Ford Vehicles Travel Rough Roads So You Can Have a Smooth Ride
Ford puts a lot of time, money, and effort into developing chassis systems and innovations that can help its vehicles better handle rough road conditions.
If you’re on this site, you’ve probably looked at your Ford F-150 a thousand times and thought, Boy, do I have a handsome truck. If you’re like almost every pickup owner who’s ever lived, you’ve probably also looked at it at least once and thought, Its tires could be a little bigger, though.
Right now, the floor of the NRG Center in Houston is full of more than 700 vehicles that range from performance cars to pickup trucks. In between those two extremes at the Houston Auto Show stands the 2016 Shelby American F-150.
Your Ford F-150 or F-250 can take a lot: hundreds of thousands of miles of daily driving, off-roading through rough terrain, hauling heavy loads, and pulling big trailers. However, all of that hard work occasionally makes it necessary for you to change its rear shocks.