2018 Ford F-150: Five Little-Known Facts
Think you know everything there is to know about the 2018 F-150? Here are some very important (and clever) changes!
If you’re like us, you’ve poured over every little detail surrounding the refreshed 2018 Ford F-150. You’ve read the powertrain specs, lulled over the diesel leaks, and maybe even driven one. You might even consider yourself an expert of sorts at this point, but there’s a lot more to the new half-ton than tweaked styling and drivetrain updates.
The good guys at Town and Country TV are here to help. It makes sense that the guys who sell the 2018 Ford F-150 would know everything about them, and they do. They’ve compiled a list of five things you might not know about the new F-150, and slapped together a handy little video covering them all.
Everybody knows that the F-150 comes with automatic start/stop, but those of you who hate this feature will be happy to know that when the truck is in Sport mode, the function is disabled.
While everyone thinks that the side panels of the 2018 F-150 match the 2017’s, they don’t. The new front fascia blends in a little differently, which means older fender flares won’t fit the new model.
The final drive ratio of the new 10-speed automatic is rather aggressive. This means you can get the same kind of acceleration and towing capacity with a lower gear ratio than usual.
Should you choose to drive on Sport mode to turn out auto start/stop, you’ll be forced into Eco mode if your low-fuel light is on and have less than a 25-mile driving range.
Unlike before, when you turn the truck off and then restart it, the heated seats come back on automatically. We know this one will make lots of folks happy!