2021 Ford F150
2021 Ford F150
2021 Ford F150
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Head of Its Class

Anyone familiar with Ford's truck lineup will understand why the F-150 has been one of America's top-selling full-size pickups year after year. It represents all the durability, performance, and dependability that we've come to expect from Ford, and it reinforces its unbeatable value with each new model.

With its variety of capable engine options and unrivaled towing capacity, you'd be hard-pressed to find a more capable work truck in Ayden or anywhere else the road may take you. The F-150's performance doesn't stop where the pavement ends, either, as the truck is equipped with some adventure-ready off-roading gear.

To truly see what makes the F-150 such an outstanding vehicle, you'll have to get behind the wheel. If you're in the market for a high-performing pickup truck, we invite you to at Doug Henry Ford of Ayden to take the Ford F150 for a test drive.

Ford F-150 Interior

What's New on the 2022 Ford F-150?

As you might expect, the 2022 version of the Ford F-150 has made some changes from the previous year's model. Perhaps the biggest news is the unveiling of the F-150's first electric model: the Lightning. This 100% electric truck has an EPA estimated mile range of 300 miles. It also has backup power to keep you going longer. It has two motors and an array of technology and safety features. Also, the Raptor R trim now has a V8 engine and 37-inch tires.

History of the Ford F-150

The beginnings of the F-150 can be traced to Ford Motor Company's F-Series in 1958. The lineup comprised three designated work trucks: the F-1, F-2, and F-3. They rolled off the assembly line as half-ton, three-quarter ton, and heavy-duty builds, respectively. Within five years, however, drivers began to demand general-purpose trucks that retained the F-Series' work-focused capabilities.

Ford went to the drawing board to design a work-ready truck with mass appeal, and officially introduced the F-150 in 1971. American drivers finally received the dynamic combination of performance and practicality that they had been calling for, and the F-150 was an instant success.

Surprisingly, Ford waited until 1982 to stamp their famous blue oval logo on the truck's fascia. By this time, the truck had already become one of the top-selling automobiles in the U.S. The F-150 shows no sign of slowing down, as generations of American drivers continue to rely on the trusted pickup.

We Have the Ford F-150 at Doug Henry Ford of Ayden

At Doug Henry Ford of Ayden, you'll receive unparalleled customer service from our dedicated team of Ford professionals. We have a diverse selection of vehicles on our lot, from coupes and sedans to SUVs and dedicated work trucks. We're sure that you'll find exactly what you need here, and you can explore our inventory at your convenience. When you see something you like, we welcome you to come by the dealership for a test drive. While you're here, we can also discuss special offers, incentives, and .

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