There is hardly an automaker out there more famous for their lineup of trucks than Ford. The legendary F-series ranges from large to major commercial size trucks, but the F-series didn’t start out that way. Long ago, when the pickup truck we know today was just starting to make a name for itself, the F-150 was called the F-1.
Decades later, the F-150 has become one of the best-selling pickup truck models in any category, continuously beating or matching the competition. In fact, as one of the best-selling consumer vehicles of all time, plenty of Ford F-150 pickup trucks are still on the road. If you are interested in buying a used pickup truck, there are still so many out there to buy. Use the chart below to learn some basic facts about some of the Ford F-150 models you may still find on pre-owned vehicle dealership lots. The chart below only refers to the ninth generation and on, as earlier generations may be too old to be sold or are no longer functional.
Most Powerful Engine (By Horsepower)
|Ninth Generation||1992-1997||5.8L V8|
|Tenth Generation||1997-2004||5.4L Supercharged Triton V8|
|Eleventh Generation||2004-2008||5.4L V8|
|Twelfth Generation||2009-2014||6.2L 2V V8|
|Thirteenth Generation||2015-Present||3.5L EcoBoost V6|
With almost a hundred years of pickup truck innovation and design under their belt, Ford has built the thirteenth generation to prepare it for the demand of the technology-hungry future. The features listed below refer to features available on the 2020 F-150.