2018 Ford F-150 near Savannah, GA
The Ford F-150 has reigned atop the full-size pickup truck market for nearly four decades. In that time, the automaker and its top model have been responsible for several innovations. Ford engineers have ensured that the 2018 Ford F-150 near Savannah, GA continues that streak with its wealth of improvements for the new model year. O.C. Welch Ford Lincoln sales professionals will be able to start taking customers on test drives with the new truck when it arrives at the dealership in the fall of 2017. The automaker's design team gave the truck a bolder look for 2018 and continues to make use of high-strength, military-grade aluminum alloy for the body.
In addition to offering a truck frame built from cutting-edge materials, the 2018 Ford F-150 near Savannah, GA is smarter, safer and more capable than any previous version. Future buyers of the 2018 F-150 will be getting the segment's first pickup with a Pre-Collision Assist system that was designed to also keep an eye out for the unpredictable movements by pedestrians. Under the expanded capability category, 2018 F-150 owners are also getting a new turbocharged diesel engine which will push the towing capacity of the truck higher than ever. A high-speed mobile internet connection has been embedded in the truck. It can be used from 50 feet from the cab.
The 2018 Ford F-150 will be arriving to O.C. Welch Ford Lincoln with a nearly all-new engine lineup. Fuel economy scores have been improved by the addition of Engine Start/Stop technology and a segment-first 10-speed automatic transmission.
Remaining connected to the world while on the move is more important than ever. The embedded 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot can be used by 10 devices at the same time. Owners of today's most popular smartphones can pair them with the new infotainment system.
Built for towing
Many of the new features of the 2018 Ford F-150 are built around making towing easier and safer. Aiding drivers in towing is an available 360-degree camera which improves situational awareness. Drivers will be able to focus more closely on specific trailering tasks.