2010 Ford F150 Truck
Benefits of Driving a 2010 Ford F150 Truck
Named Motor Trend's 2009 Truck of the Year, the F-150 is Ford's long-time best-selling workhorse. It features a rugged exterior that is highlighted by a dramatic 6-bar grille and a spacious, flexible and refined interior. The 2010 F-150s feature a fully-boxed frame constructed with high-strength steel side rails for increased durability and safety. While the new F-150 is more capable, more passenger-friendly and safer than ever, it is still offered in one of the widest equipment ranges of any vehicle. The 2010 Super Crew, for example, has up to 57.6 total cubic feet of space behind the front seats and can accommodate items up to 47.9 inches tall, like a flat-screen TV.
What's new for 2010?
For 2010, the F-150 is reworked to be one of the most technologically advanced trucks on the road. It will also be available in a new variant: the Raptor SVT, a high-performance truck with unique sheet metal and an aggressive look.
- A legendary name of a legendary workhorse
- the power of a V8 engine
- interior versatility
- comfort and refinement
- hauling and towing capability
- high marks in crash tests, luxury and designer styles available
The newly redesigned F-150 has a new look as well as extensive mechanical changes. All trims now have a larger, more imposing front end, modeled after Ford's Super Duty Trucks, and a taller, chunkier appearance throughout. The F-150's interior has been rounded out a bit but is still as durable as the exterior. Three different cab configurations (Regular Cab, Super Cab and Super Crew), three box options (67 inches, 78.8 inches and 97.4 inches) and seven different trims are available to fit the specific needs of pickup users.