Ford has released some of its largest service trucks to date, and the company is offering them for sale at a discount.
The Ford F-150, for example, is the company’s largest truck ever built, weighing 3,600 pounds and measuring 11 feet long and 4 feet wide.
Its 4,200-pound gross vehicle weight rating is more than twice that of the GMC Sierra pickup, but it also has better acceleration and more fuel economy than the Chevy Silverado.
Its 2.8-liter EcoBoost engine can reach a top speed of 125 mph.
The F-Series also is Ford’s biggest pickup ever, with a total length of 6.9 feet and a total width of 4.6 feet.
The truck’s 1.8 axle and 6-speed automatic transmission is more powerful than that of its competitors.
Ford says its F-series trucks have been in service since 2010.
They are the first trucks Ford has made available to buyers with a new 3.0-liter V6 EcoBoost diesel engine that can reach speeds up to 180 mph.
Ford says the F-100 pickup is the first in its family to have a turbocharged engine.
Ford has also released two smaller F-450 trucks, the F250 pickup and the F350.
The new F-250 pickup is priced at $24,999.99, which is $8,995 less than the standard F-50.
It is also cheaper than the F100 pickup and GMC Silverado pickup.
Ford’s F-350 is priced slightly more expensive, at $28,499.99.
The F350 pickup is also available for $34,999 with a 3.5-liter diesel engine.
The newest F-200 pickup, which sells for $32,999, is also the first of its family with a turbocharger.
It can reach top speeds of more than 210 mph.