The 2019 F-150’s available diesel engine is by Ford, for Ford.
While Ford prepares to roll out a new diesel F-150, Chevrolet is working on an oil-burning full-size truck of its own.
Ford’s President and CEO had a chat about all the latest with Roadshow at this week’s Detroit Auto Show.
The latest iteration of the best selling truck of 40 years has shown face, and more.
What’s in a name? That which we call a “diesel” by any other name would smell as… erm, diesely.
This F-150 with dual exhaust tips could be a diesel test mule, or it could be something else altogether.
Looks like the rumored F-150 diesel will be powered by a 3.0-liter mill after all, and not the 3.2L I5 found in the Transit.
By January 2018, an all-new Ram will be on the scene, vying for some of the F-150’s commanding market share.
A camouflage-clad F-150 pickup was recently photographed running about on public roads.
The Ford F-150 is knock-knock-knockin’ on diesel’s door.