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When you buy a Ford, you expect to get something tough, something capable of moving mountains. While technology may not get us that far yet, the Ford F-150 comes pretty close with a max towing capacity of 8,500 lbs. GVWR. Maybe not a mountain, but it can move whatever you may need it to. If you're looking for a truck that has the power to work hard and play harder, at Southern California Ford Dealers, we have the perfect F-150 for you.


"Built Ford Tough®" isn't just a logo; it's a promise. And the Ford F-150 fulfills it. The F-150 features a military-grade aluminum-alloy body that looks as good as it is strong with a high-strength steel frame. This truck can take a beating if you need it to, and keep on driving like nothing happened. Add the Pro Power Onboard, extra tie-downs, and tailgate work surface; no job is rough for the F-150 to handle.

The F-150 isn't just about looks. The 3.5L PowerBoost™ full hybrid V6 engine has the power to back you up in any situation. Ford is all about teamwork, and this groundbreaking technology utilizes the best of both gas and electric power to get you going where you need to. The F-150 offers the most maximum horsepower (430) and torque (570 lb.-ft) from the lineup. And the best part? You can get up to 700 miles on a full tank of gas, saving time and money.

Technology and Safety

The F-150 is fully equipped with the latest in smart technology. Everything from towing, changing lanes, or sitting in traffic is looked after, keeping you aware of your surroundings and out of trouble. With a larger touchscreen, you'll spend less time squinting at your console and more time driving.

The Ford F-150 is dedicated to keeping you and your family safe; that's why all models come standard with the following safety devices:

    • Automatic High-Beams

    • Auto Hold

    • Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking

    • Post-Collision Braking

    • Hill Start Assist

    • Rear View Camera with Dynamic Hitch Assist

The Ford F-150 also has the following optional features if you're looking for some extra peace of mind:

    • Lane-Keeping System

    • Pro Trailer Backup Assist™

    • Trailer Reverse Guidance

    • Reverse Sensing System

    • Ford Co-Pilot360™ 2.0

    • Hill Descent Control™

    • BLIS® with Cross-Traffic Alert

    • BLIS® with Cross-Traffic Alert and Trailer Tow Coverage

With the power of the newest generation of SYNC® on its side, the F-150 has even more ways to keep you in control and your eyes on the road. Your car's technology delivers cloud-based connectivity (with free Over-The-Air Updates that automatically keep you up to date), voice recognition, and more. You can even get your owner's manual digitally on your center touchscreen, with video guides included.

Work and Play in One

There's so much to love about the F-150 that it even has its own term – workreation! Built to be capable, tough, and versatile, the Ford F-150 has all the parts you'll need for whatever you'll need them for. You can hitch a trailer, drive up a mountain, and work until the sun goes down, then load up your gear and head out for a night of camping under the stars. With the F-150 you'll never need a second car.

In Comparison

When shopping for a vehicle, we know you don't just pick the first one you see. Comparing it to other models is how you get the best car for your needs. And let's face it, it's fun. But it can also be a lengthy process, especially if you don't know what you're looking for. Here's a handy comparison guide to help you reach the same conclusion we have: the F-150 is the best.

The Ford F-150 has an average of 395 horsepower and 440 Torque. The Toyota Tundra 4WD, however, has only 381 horsepower and 401 Torque. Compared to all the other trucks in its class, the Ford F-150 is the only model to offer a full hybrid engine, saving time, money, and the environment.

The F-150 comes standard with leather seats, a sunroof, lane departure warning, and extra storage and seating space, while other trucks require additional add-ons for these services. You may think that with all these extras, the Ford F-150 would be more expensive than the rest, but the truth is quite the opposite. On average, the F-150 costs $4000 less than its competitors.


The F-150 also has a variety of customization options; whether you're looking for a rough and tough work truck or a family-friendly camping truck, the F-150 has a model for you. If you have a big family, you can get up to 6 seating capacity. If you're more work-oriented, you can save on the extra seating and increase your storage availability.

If you're expecting to travel long-distance in your Ford, you can get a model with cruise control, traffic assistance, and dual-zone electronic automatic temperature control. If you're traveling off-road most of the time, you can upgrade your engine power and gear set, add on a two-speed automatic four-wheel-drive system with neutral towing capability, and opt for 18-inch aluminum wheels for extra strength.

If you're buying a Ford, you're purchasing a tough work companion and helpful traveling mate. The F-150 is all of that and more. So come on down to your local Southern California Ford Dealer and test-drive a Ford F-150 today. We know you'll love it.

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