Joliet area truck owners and businesses would be hard-pressed to find another truck that achieves "Best-in-Class" as often as the Ford F-Series. The light-duty pickup in the lineup, the F-150, is our favorite of the bunch. If you need to add advanced capability to your life, look no further than the Joliet area F-150 truck headquarters. 




Why do we love the F-150?
 
 
Reliability - The Ford F-150 is designed to take owners past 100,000 miles, and even 200,000 miles.
Powerful and Fuel Efficient Engine Options - Ford's line of turbocharged and direct-injected EcoBoost engines make the most of every drop of fuel.
Incredibly Versatile - Drivers can choose a configuration with the exact performance specs that they need, whether that prioritizes torque, comfort, or off-road ability. Check out available trim level configurations and available cab size info.
Safety - Whether hauling a trailer or maneuvering through a traffic jam, the F-150 is a gentle giant. Its engineering and technology work together to protect its passengers and prevent accidents.
 
 
 
Ford F-150 History
 
 
The Ford F-150 has been the best-selling vehicle in the United States for over three decades, and has been the best-selling truck for more than four. First introduced in 1948, the Ford F-Series is now in its 13th generation.
1948-1952: The first generation of the F-Series. The half-ton model was then called the F-1.
1953-1956: The second generation adopted the current naming scheme, with consumer models called the F-100.
1957-1960: The third generation offered two body styles: the traditional Flareside and the new Styleside, which integrated the fenders into the body. It also saw the introduction of four-wheel-drive models.
1961-1966: The fourth generation featured a complete redesign, with trucks lower and wider than before.
1967-1972: The fifth generation began to offer more luxurious features and introduced the Crew Cab configuration.
1973-1979: The sixth generation marked the debut of the F-150, between the half-ton F-100 and three-quarter-ton F-250. The F-150 rapidly accounted for over a third of all F-Series models sold. The SuperCab configuration was introduced.
1980-1986: The seventh generation brought about a ground-up redesign that was more aerodynamic than before. It was also the first appearance of the Ford blue oval on the grille. The F-100 was dropped from the line-up.
1987-1991: The eighth generation made several design changes to make maintenance simpler. Sport and Heavy-Duty Service packages were introduced.
1992-1997: The ninth generation added a more aerodynamic nose, safety features, and a new easier to use instrument panel.
1997-2003: The tenth generation split the F-150 off from the Super Duty line-up. The SuperCrew configuration was added.
2004-2008: The eleventh generation built every F-150 with four doors.
2009-2014: The twelfth generation introduced EcoBoost engines to the lineup.
2015-Present: The thirteenth and current generation introduced the aluminum body in use today.
 
 
 
Available F-150 Accessories
 
Our customers love the customizability of the Ford F-150. Aside from carefully choosing your bed size, cab size, engine, and trim level, Ford pickup owners can also buy a variety of accessories to add the convenience and styling that best matches their needs and personality.
 
  • Bed covers, extenders, and dividers
  • Splash guards
  • Exterior trim
  • Remote start kit
  • Security systems
  • Seat covers and floor liners
  • And much more!
 
Visit our accessories department to discuss your options with one of our parts specialists.
 
 
 
Ford F-150 Comparisons
 
Don't just take our word for it! We have a number of comparisons. The numbers don't lie and we feel you won't be disappointed in the Ford F-150 once you see how it stacks up against some of the games toughest competitors.
 
  • The 2017 Ford F-150 vs. Chevy Silverado
  • The 2017 Ford F-150 vs. 2016 Toyota Tacoma SR
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