Used Ford F-150

Used Ford F-150

The Ford F-150 is a full-size truck that's hardwired to give you premium interior space, top-notch safety features, and generous towing and hauling capabilities. Over the years, this pickup truck has evolved to deliver greater power, luxurious cabin accommodations, and high-end features, much like an upscale SUV. The F-150 has been America's bestselling vehicle for a generation, and it's easy to see why. Take the F-150 for a test drive today!

Used Ford F-150

2015-2016

13th Gen F-150

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The used Ford F-150 is a great choice for a hardworking truck. The truck's new military-grade aluminum body design leaves it so much lighter that you're going to see optimal fuel economy, handling, and towing and hauling capabilities. The line's turbocharged, 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 engine offers range-topping power and best-in-class towing capabilities. With it, you'll enjoy 365 horsepower and 420 pound-feet of torque. Properly equipped, the thirteenth-gen F-150 tows up to 12,200 pounds.

2009-2014

12th Gen F-150

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This used Ford F-150 truck had more options available than ever before, with nine trim models that ranged from Spartan to utterly upscale. The Western-themed King Ranch model, for example, featured exclusive design details and upgraded leather upholstery.

The twin-turbo EcoBoost V6 introduced a new level of power and fuel economy, generating up to 365 horses. Shoppers could also opt for traditional V8 power, with a 6.1-liter V8 rated for 411 horses. All models were available with four-wheel drive to amplify performance over rugged trails.

2004-2008

11th Gen F-150

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Used Ford F-150 truck buyers can find a lot to like about the eleventh-generation Ford F-150. New, more luxurious trim models became available, treating drivers to supreme comfort and convenience. The off-road-ready FX4 delivered impressive performance over rugged terrain. More engine options were available, including a 5.4-liter V8 that produced 300 horsepower.

1997-2003

10th Gen F-150

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For the tenth generation, "dependable" was the Ford F-150's middle name. As with the previous generation, shoppers could choose from two V8 engines and a V6 for abundant hauling power. The cabin introduced new levels of interior comfort and passenger space.

1992-1997

9th Gen F-150

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Ninth-generation used Ford F-150s were big on utility, making your job easier at every turn. Shoppers could also choose from a long list of trim models and body styles to create the experience that suited their needs. Two V8 engines were available to tow and haul heavy loads.

1987-1991

8th Gen F-150

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These models adopted the previous-gen body style, but offered a restyled front clip to further enhance aerodynamics. Inside, the F-150 was completely redesigned, treating passengers to impressive comfort and modern convenience features.

1980-1986

7th Gen F-150

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Modern drivers will recognize some of the sixth generation's new features. The F-150 could now be had with front disc brakes and a gas tank located outside the cab and under the bed. Ford also rolled out the SuperCab for this generation, creating roomy backseat space.

1973-1979

6th Gen F-150

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Modern drivers will recognize some of the sixth generation's new features. The F-150 could now be had with front disc brakes and a gas tank located outside the cab and under the bed. Ford also rolled out the SuperCab for this generation, creating roomy backseat space.

1967-1972

5th Gen F-150

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The fifth-generation F-Series borrowed its platform from the previous one, capitalizing on its long, low design. With these models, buyers had even more engine options to tailor performance to suit their needs.

1961-1966

4th Gen F-150

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These models were longer and lower than the ones that came before them. Shoppers could choose from a range of new engine and gearbox options for improved performance.

1957-1960

3rd Gen F-150

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Ford redesigned the third-generation F-Series to provide modern powertrains and interior comfort. Mid-cycle, Ford began producing its four-wheel-drive F-Series models in-house.

1953-1956

2nd Gen F-150

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In the second generation, the modern F-Series naming rules were born. The half-ton F-1 became the F-100. The F-2 and F-3 combined forces to become the F-250. The F-4 became the F-350. These models also offered larger frames and updated engine performance.

1948-1952

1st Gen F-150

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These days, used buyers probably won't come across the original F-Series, which was known as the Ford Bonus-Built. When they debuted, these models were available in eight different weight ratings, including conventional truck and cab-over-engine styles.

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