2007 Ford F150 Truck
Benefits of Driving a 2007 Ford F150 Truck
Depending on equipment, Ford's F-150 spans a range from basic V6 work truck to luxurious tow rig to hefty hauler, with the industry's widest variety of body configurations--more than 60. The F-150 already has a reputation for being one of the best built, most desirable trucks, and with prices cut and upgraded capability, it's especially competitive.
What's new for 2007?
The Ford F-150 carries over into 2007 with a number of new packages and options, some interior improvements, more power for the popular 4.6L V8, and lower prices across the model line, with price reductions of up to $1,400. The F-150 also gets an upgraded maximum towing capacity of 11,000 when properly equipped, which maintains best-in-class rankings for both towing and payload. For 2007, some of the audio systems get an auxiliary input jack, and the optional navigation is now improved and DVD-based.
- Price reduction
- best-in-class payload and tow capacity
- interior quality
- a variant for every need
Three different engines are offered on the F-150: a 202-horsepower, 4.2L V6; a 248-horsepower (up from 231), 4.6L V8; and a 300-horsepower, 5.4L V8. Part-time four-wheel drive is available with each. The top 5.4L engine has three valves per cylinder, along with variable valve timing, for improvements in power and efficiency, and makes 365 lb-ft of torque. A flex-fuel version of this engine, compatible with E85, is optional.