2020 Ford F-150 Raptor: News, Performance, Rumors

2020 Ford F-150 Raptor

,While Ford recently disappointed the public with the statement that the mid-size Ranger Raptor isn’t in the plan for the US market, the Raptor version of the best-selling F-150 received the significant upgrades for the 2019 model year. The Raptor’s update followed the refresh of the F-150 range for the 2018 version while Ford offers now the twin-turbo V-6 engine with the Limited trim as well.

The Blue Oval Brand hasn’t changed the performance of the mighty bi-turbo V-6 for the 2019 version but the mode benefits from the Track Control system combined with the Recaro seats, new colors and wheel options and electronically adjustable Fox shocks.

On the other hand, Ford will bring the hybrid version of the F-150 for the 2020 model year while the company hasn’t promised more updates for the rock-climbing 2020 Ford F-150 Raptor version. After the significant updated for the 2019 version, big modifications are not expected. However, the rumors in the industry are speculating about the new V8 engine option for some time. But, based on the reliable sources, it seems that Ford hasn’t that option in the mind.

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2020 Ford F-250: Update, Design, Engines, Release

2020 Ford F-250

While the trio of the redesigned light-duty trucks marked the 2019 model year the focus changes to the heavy-duty models with the closing of the 2020 model year. General Motors will introduce the new generation of its heavy-towing range and Ram will also follow with the all-new 2500 and 3500 models. But that won’t stay unanswered by the leading truck brand as the heavy-duty models with the Blue Oval Badge were spotted several times and in different configurations, while testing before the debut early next year.

Ford redesigned the Super Duty Series for the 2017 model year and the refreshed half-ton F-150 arrived as the 2018 version. Now Ford is working on the mid-update of the Super Duty models based on the latest reports and spy photos. Ford is, of course, quiet about the details and the testing models wearing tick camo covering all sections of the model.

Based on the latest reports, the 2020 Ford F-250 and other heavy-duty versions will bring styling and equipment upgrades. The powertrain range is also expected to get upgraded with the possibility of the inclusion of the new engine version for the fleet buyers. The new 10-speed automatic transmission should also appear as the part of the mid-update.

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2019 Ford F-250 Diesel: Specs, Equipment, Price

2019 Ford F-250 Diesel

The recently redesigned Ford Super Series doesn’t have the bad side and Ford also offers an almost uncountable number of versions that will certainly suit everyone’s need. And despite the Ford F-Series outsells everything that moves on the road, Ford’s trucks are also most-up-to-date. Ford, however, introduces upgrades annually and after the 2017 redesign, the heavy-work models get new equipment and options while the next substantial upgrade should be the heavy-duty 10-speed automatic transmission expected for the 2020 model year.

So, now if someone needs better towing and load capability than the best-selling F-150 can deliver the next station should be the three-quarter ton F-250 model. And if one wants to get the most of towing and efficiency from this version, the 2019 Ford F-250 Diesel will deliver.

2019 updates:

For the 2019 model year, Ford brings just a few updates. The late in the year arability will be the Lariat Sport package with 20-inch wheels, black accents, a spray-in bedliner among others. The new B&O sound system will also appear in some versions.

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2019 Ford F-350: Specs, Changes, Trims, Price

2019 Ford F-350

When the best-selling Ford F-150 is not just enough for the towing job to be done, the Super Duty Series comes in with the equal interior refinement and availability of modern convenience and tech options but with the greater towing and payload capability. The Super Duty Series was all-new for the 2017 model year with the improved structure and lightweight body plus with the modernized styling and more comfortable interior. Loads of the new tech and cameras also become available and there are, of course, a number of styles and trim options.

The 2019 Ford F-350 is the one-ton version and first in the Super Duty range available with the dual rear-wheel setup. The model comes with a few changes for the new model year. Ford brings the new Lariat Sport package with tweaked exterior pieces and also offers the new sound system. Aside from that, the heavy-duty Ford is the same truck as the previous version. Two V-8 engines are again here while the new heavy-duty 10-speed automatic transmission will arrive with the 2020 version.

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2019 Ford F-250: News, Changes, Equipment

2019 Ford F-250

Ford continues its perennial domination in the truck industry. The mid-size Ranger returned and the F-150 Raptor also receives some upgrades for the 2019 model year. However, the light-duty RAM 1500 and GM twins are also all-new and heavy-sizers are in the progress. Ford upgraded its Super Duty Series for the 2017 model year and now has the freshest heavy-duty models on the market.

The aluminum-bodied, high-tensile steel underpinned Ford Super Duty Series starts with the three-quarter ton F-250 model which provides the next level of the towing and payload capability after the best-selling, light-duty F-150 model. This version and other Ford’s heavy-work trucks won’t bring substantial changes to the play for the 2019 model year. Ford added the top-tier Limited trim to the range for the 2018 model and also upgraded the torque of the diesel engine. Now Ford has the heavy-duty version of the 10-speed automatic transmission in the progress but reports claim it won’t come in time for the 2019 version. There are also reports about the new engine option for the Super Duty Series and it’s a 7.0-liter V-8 unit.

However, all mentioned upgrades are in the prospect for the 2020 version while the 2019 Ford F-250 will likely limit to equipment mixing and few new options.

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2019 Ford Super Duty: News, Changes, Specs

2019 Ford Super Duty

In the hardworking, heavy-duty class, Ford has the most up-to-date trucks. Ford’s Super Duty trio, the F-250, F-350 and F-450 came as the all-new models for the 2017 model year with sturdier, hard-tensile steel chassis and lighter aluminum-based body. More capable chassis helped with improved engines provide class-leading performance and towing capability. But the Super Duty Series also comes with latest tech and safety systems combined also with modern interiors and nice exteriors available in diverse options.

For the 2018 model year, Ford added the new Limited trim with the premium interior, unique exterior and top-notch tech and convenience features. The turbodiesel engine is also tuned to deliver 935 lb-ft of torque.

The 2019 Ford Super Duty will the next iteration of the heavy-duty models and big changes are not expected. Bigger upgrades will likely come in late 2019 for the 2020 model year when models should get the heavy-duty version of the 10-speed automatic transmission which should bring better performance and even greater torque.

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2018 Ford Super Duty continues largely unchanged

2018 Ford Super Duty

Ford redesigned its Super Duty lineup of trucks for the 2017 model year and the recipe is familiar. Like the best-selling, light-duty F-150, heavy-duty models have got the high-tensile chassis and aluminum made body. The Super-League models have also the same cabin as the F-150 and the styling is somewhat more aggressive. The redesigned trucks are also smarter and better-connected thanks to the new tech features but the safety is also guaranteed with many cameras and active driver aids. So, after such thorough redesign, the 2018 Ford Super Duty is not expected to bring any significant change. Ford could make some changes in the equipment organization but mechanically and design wise, the model will continue unchanged.

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2018 Ford F-450: Specs, Trims, Performance, Price

2018 Ford F-450

Ford has done an impressive job on its Super Duty series of trucks for the 2017 model year. With improvements in all aspects, the redesign has brought substantial upgrade over the previous generation of these trucks. New models are tougher, more powerful and refined and thanks to newly installed technology smarter than ever. Much improved chassis and underpinning combined with more powerful engines guarantee impressive towing capabilities unmatched by the rivals and in the case, that you need to handle absolutely massive towing the Ford F-450 should be your choice. This one and a half truck version will come soon as the 2018 Ford F-450 but mostly unchanged.

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2018 Ford F-350: Changes, Performance, Price

2018 Ford F-350

The buyers can be loyal to their truck brands when choosing the heavy-duty models but if they want the best from the offer, Ford’s trucks are the right solution. Ford redesigned its Super-Duty Series for the 2017 model year including the one-tone F-350 model. These models are now the class leaders in all important aspects including the payload and towing capabilities while Ford also beats the competition with the leading torque ratings.

You can also configure your machine with the top-notch tech and safety features as Ford offers the almost unlimited level of customization. If you are, however, asking yourself should you wait for the new 2018 Ford F-350, you probably shouldn’t as this model will continue largely unchanged.

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2018 Ford F-250: Changes, Specs, Options, Price

2018 Ford F-250

The all-new Super Duty Series of Ford’s trucks has been on sale since late 2016. Like their smaller, best-selling companion F-150, the redesigned Super Duty trucks use the aluminum-made body panels. The models also have beefed-up underpinning, new interiors, plenty of tech and convenience features and upgraded engines. The smallest in the Super Duty Series, Ford F-250 can tow up to 18, 600 pounds and like other models offer a wide range of customization options. The new version of this truck will be the 2018 Ford F-250 but this model will continue to the new model year almost unchanged.

New for 2018:

After such thorough redesign, which is rare in such scope in the whole auto industry, the new F-250 won’t change much for the new model year. Ford will likely make some changes in features organization and availability and new exterior or interior package can be introduced but other deeper changes are not expected.

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