Find Out Which New Ford Truck is Best for You

Ford is known throughout Netcong and Hackettstown for its capable, durable trucks. With several models available, Ford caters to a wide variety of style and capability preferences. So, which one is the right pick for you?

Ford Ranger

Design: The Ranger is the smallest of Ford's trucks, but it's a sturdy one. It's a return to form for Ford with a strong contender in the midsize truck segment. If you need a pickup with maneuverable size and versatile capability. This is for you.

Performance: The new Ranger uses a unique powerplant among midsize trucks. Its 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder defies expectations for a larger V6. It uses turbocharging to produce 270 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque. At the same time, it's able to yield impressive efficiency numbers. You can even get the Ranger with four-wheel drive another off-road goodies to enhance all-terrain performance.

Technology: The new Ranger comes with SYNC 3 -- Ford's own infotainment system. This system is compatible with both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, so you'll be able to hook up your smartphone and browse helpful apps. The new Ranger is also available with several convenient driver-assistance features.

Ford F-150

Design: Setting a bench mark for many decades, the F-150 is the definition of a full-size truck. A sturdy boxed ladder frame, solid rear axle, and potent engines under the hood help this half-ton pickup deliver the kind of robust capability that Americans expect. It's available in multiple configurations to accommodate a wide variety of needs, from work-site pragmatism to family-friendly comfort.

Performance: Whether you choose the 5.0-liter V8 or one of the available EcoBoost V6 engines, you'll get plenty of power in the new F-150. In total, the F-150 has six engines to choose from. Each one offers excellent power and capability. With the proper configuration, the F-150 is rated for heavy towing and payload. Plus, you can get it with four-wheel drive for added off-road prowess.

Technology: Much of the technology in the new F-150 is aimed at improving capability. Its smart towing features include Pro Trailer Backup Assist, Dynamic Hitch Assist, and Blind Spot Information System with trailer coverage.

Ford Super Duty

Ford Super Duty trucks are built for the most demanding tasks near Hopatcong and Newton. With more robust chassis components and larger engines, these trucks are ready for intense towing and payload demands.

Design: New Super Duty trucks use a steel ladder frame with ten cross members. That's a sturdy foundation that allows for impressive capability. On top, these trucks use an aluminum alloy body that reduces weight while retaining strength. The F-350 Super Duty model is available with dual rear wheels for enhanced towing and payload capability.

Performance: Whether you choose the 6.2-liter gasoline engine or the 6.7-liter Power Stroke turbo diesel engine, you'll get exceptional power and performance from your Super Duty truck. Properly outfitted trucks are ready for up to 21,000 pounds of conventional towing. That capacity moves up to 35,000 pounds in gooseneck applications.

Technology: One advantage in the new Super Duty is that it's available with up to seven camera views. This can help you stay much more aware of your surroundings while towing large trailers. Blind Spot Information System improves awareness even more.