The Ford F-Series is a progression of light-duty trucks and medium-duty trucks (Class 2-7) that have been showcased and produced by Ford Motor Organization since 1948. While most variations of the F-Series trucks are full-measure pickup trucks, the F-Arrangement additionally incorporates suspension taxicab trucks and business vehicles.
The Passage F-Arrangement has been the top of the line vehicle in the United States since 1981 and the top rated pickup since 1977. It is additionally the smash hit vehicle in Canada.
In 1999, to overcome any issues between the pickup line and the medium-obligation trucks, the F-250 and F-350 turned into the Passage Super Obligation vehicles; thought about a development of the F-Arrangement, the Super Obligation trucks are based on an unmistakable skeleton with heavier-obligation segments.
As of the 2017 model year, the F-Series incorporates the F-150. The most prominent adaptation of the F-Series is the F-150, now in its thirteenth era.
The twelfth age F-150 was presented for the 2009 model year as a refresh of the Ford full-measure truck stage. Like its antecedent, these trucks are recognized by their Super Obligation style grilles and head lights; standard taxicab models again have two-entryways rather than four.
The FlareSide bed was preceded until 2010, dropped alongside the manual gearbox; outside of Mexico, the Lincoln Stamp LT was supplanted by the F-150 Platinum. Another model for 2010 incorporated the SVT Raptor, a committed rough terrain pickup.