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New Ford F-150 in Lubbock TX

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About the New Ford F-150

Ford F-150: the Future of Pickup Excellence - Inventory Below

The automaker is calling the new Ford F-150 The Future of Tough and we certainly can't disagree with their views; with an aggressive and rugged exterior, tons of interior comforts, and hauling and towing capacities to make quick work of any job, this is the workhorse you've always dreamed of.

Check out our selection of new Ford F-150 trucks in the Lubbock area below. Take your time and peruse the list, compare features and specs, and find the one that really gets your engine roaring.

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On the outside, you'll see that classic Ford style amped up and improved on all fronts. The F-150 boasts a military-grade aluminum-alloy body and steel frame for more strength, a drop in nearly 700 lbs. overall in weight, and improved fuel efficiency, among other things. It's better in every way and it's calling your name.

Under the hood, you have an option of four engines, with the standard offering being the 3.5-liter V6 engine at 282 horsepower and 253 lb-ft of torque, sure to pull you through anything that your day brings. It will also afford you a massive 5,100 lbs. of towing capacity and 1,910 lbs. of payload. Any job is a breeze with the F-150 at your side.

Of course, power and looks aren't much without some comfort and features. Available features like a 360-Degree Camera with Split-View Display, a Lane-Keeping and Blind Spot Information System, Adaptive Cruise Control with Collision Warning, and Active Park Assist mean you'll be in full control no matter the situation you're in, sure to keep you and your passengers safe as can be.

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Trim Options

The base XL trim level comes in at $25,800 and has a ton of features to enjoy. The starting engine this model is the 2.7-liter V6 EcoBoost kicking out a massive 325 horsepower and 375 lb-ft of torque. Daytime running lamps, halogen headlamps, and a cargo lamp all come standard on the exterior, and inside the cabin you'll get features like a 2.3-inch productivity screen on the instrument panel and an AM/FM radio to keep the tunes jamming.

Upgrading to the XLT trim level gives you some extras you'll love. SYNC with MyFord on a 4.2-inch screen is now standard, as well as SYNC with AppLink. You'll also get the convenience of Remote Keyless Entry and a keyless entry keypad on the driver's side. One step up to the Lariat trim level adds standard dual-zone electronic climate control, ambient interior lighting, a black leather-wrapped steering wheel and steering wheel controls, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and heated and cooled front seats.

The King Ranch trim level increases luxury even further. Outside, you'll get a remote tailgate release for true convenience and quad beam LED headlamps and LED taillamps for superior visibility. Inside the cabin, a reverse sensing system puts eyes in the back of your head, a heated Mesa leather wrapped steering wheel keeps your hands comfortable, genuine wood trim accents adorn surfaces, and you'll even have navigation with SiriusXM Traffic and SiriusXM Travel Link.

Finally, the top Platinum trim level comes with nearly everything you can imagine as standard. Premium black carpet floor mats, an 8-inch productivity screen, front bucket seats with center flow-through console and unique multi-contour leather, and the 3.5-liter V6 EcoBoost engine hitting a massive 365 horsepower and 420 lb-ft of torque.

Of course, this isn't a comprehensive list of every single thing available in each trim, so come in to Reagor Dykes Auto Group today and talk with one of our experts to learn all the details on what separates each trim level.

Ford F-150 Review

Drive one and you'll know why this is the world's most popular vehicle

By Larry Printz

There are people who need pickup trucks. They haul stuff in the bed, or pull a play toy from one place to another. Maybe they need to reach a place off-road, a location that can only be reached by a rugged vehicle.

I am not one of those people.

I don't need a pickup truck; I just want one. And the one that I want is the Ford F-150.

I am not alone. In 2015, Ford sold 780,354 copies. That's 2,137 per day, or 3 per minute assuming a 12-hour workday. Of course such sales success has been this model's story for the past four decades.

So what is it about the F-Series that make it the best selling vehicle on the planet for 39 years?

For the F-150, it's advanced technology.

There was a time when the words advanced technology and pickup truck were not used in the same sentence. But the new F-150 makes extensive use of aluminum throughout its structure to save weight. After all, the less the truck weighs, the less power needed to move it. Yet this lighter weight pickup still boasts up to 12,200 pounds of towing capacity and 3,270 pounds of payload capacity. But being lighter, it doesn't need as much power to get the job done. And a smaller engine needs less fuel.

Are you starting to see a trend here?

Unlike pickups of yore, the engines you'll find in the 2016 F-150 do not necessarily have eight cylinders, although you can get one. You're more likely to find one with six cylinders and boasting the name EcoBoost, Ford's name for its line of advanced engines that feature the latest tricks in balancing power output and fuel efficiency.

So imagine my surprise when I discovered that the EcoBoost in my recent test vehicle had a twin-turbocharged 2.7-liter V6. I looked again to check that I had read that correctly. I mean, 2.7 litres for a full-size pickup truck? Really? As it turns out, it's more than enough, since it carries a rating of 325 horsepower and 375 pound-feet of torque, just 12 pound-feet of torque less than the 385-horsepower 5.0-lifer V8.

And it delivers more than enough moxie to move the metal, and all of the squishy organisms riding inside of it. There's no discernible turbo lag as the truck launches from a stop, so you could be excused for thinking that there were more cylinders under the hood. Unless you need ultimate towing ability, in which case I'd recommend the 3.5-liter EcoBoost, the 2.7 is the engine to opt for. Its muscular performance is impressive.

But there are two other engine options, both 3.5-liter V6s. The base engine is a normally aspirated engine rated at 282 horsepower and 253 pound-feet of torque. The other is an EcoBoost engine, with 365 horsepower and 420 pound-feet of torque.

A six-speed automatic transmission is standard, so too is rear-wheel drive; all-wheel drive is optional.

Fuel economy ratings ranges from 15 mpg city, 21 mpg highway with the 5.0-liter V8, to 19 mpg city, 26 mpg highway with the 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6. Of course, those figures depend on how much boost you use.

Of course, if you tow a trailer, most likely you've had to launch a boat or park in a driveway. The you'll want to opt for the F-150's slick new Pro Trailer Backup Assist system. This option uses a knob mounted on the instrument panel to steer your trailer. Turn the knob left or right to indicate direction you want the trailer to go, and the truck controls its steering and limits vehicle speed. Just apply the throttle and brake; no steering is needed.

And the new truck also comes with Sync 3, the newest version of Ford's infotainment system.

As you'd expect, the F-150 is available with regular, SuperCab and SuperCrew cabs; boxes are 5.5, 6.5, or 8 feet.

Cruising around in a SuperCrew proved it to be spacious, comfortable and remarkably quiet. Storage space abounds; pickups have the large Center consoles, with incredibly sized cupholder said and spots to stash just about anything.

And that's what makes pickups so impressive, and especially this one. With plenty of power to haul everything imaginable, not to mention large, spacious cabins that boast all of the creature comforts, and an ability to go anywhere on road or off in all kinds of weather, the 2016 F-150 pickup is very much the handiest vehicle you could possibly own.

And you'll look good while doing it.

That's why I want one.


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F0rd F-150 Specialized Trims: Black Ops and FTX

For those F-150 owners looking for a truly unique rig, a specialized trim such as the Tuscany Black Ops or FTX design is a surefire way to establish your place at the top of the pickup truck totem pole. The undisputed leader in styling and quality, Tuscany modifies Ford vehicles in such a way that their bold fa�ade is matched only by the upscale luxury there is to be had when the doors are opened.

Black Ops

With the Black Ops modified F-150, you get much more than just an incredibly audacious road presence--it is a tribute designed to honor the brave men and women of the United States who have fought for our freedom. In addition to the incredibly assertive stance of this particular F-150, accentuated by inclusions such as the exclusive 20-inch stealth black alloy wheel with BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A LT325/60R20 tires, blacked out factory badging across the board, Black Ops patch exterior badges mounted on its front fenders, and a black powder coated stainless steel bull bar with vision V off-road lights to provide an aggressive front stance, you can also feel good knowing that for every Black Ops truck produced, a $200 donation is made to the Wounded Warrior Project.


Blending Ford's incredible off-road technology and decidedly aggressive stance with a sophisticated flair and luxury finishes throughout, the FTX packs a high impact punch in both style and substance. Take, for example, the integrated stainless steel billet complete with the raised FTX logo for a subtle, yet distinctly unique appeal. The dual intake Ram Air hood combines both form and function with its finished three-bar painted replacement grille with billet inserts, as do the rugged stainless steel step bars which are branded with the FTX logo.

You can also find out how the new Ford F-150 stands up to its competitors by visiting our F-150 comparison page.