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You can find 749 different trims/engines for the Ford F-150 and their corresponding recommended towing capacity.

The years available stretch from 2001 through to 2022 and to view the towing capacity you just click to expand.

The Ford F-150 has been a part of the F-Series product lineup since its debut in 1975, making it one of the oldest pickup truck models on the market today.

The F-Series has also been the best-selling pickup truck range in the United States since 1977.

Unlike the larger vehicles in the F-Series like the F-250 and F-350, the F-150 does not fall into the Ford Super Duty Series. This resulted in the F-150 being more focused on personal use, rather than commercial applications.

The F-150 has come with options for 2-door, 2+2 SuperCab, and 4-door configurations.

These F-Series are also used as a base for the majority of the SUVs produced by Ford. This includes other similar lines from the same automaker like the Bronco, Expedition, and Excursion.

The F-150 itself is currently in its ninth generation as of 2021, while the F-Series is technically currently in its fourteenth generation.

Because of the extensive history of the F-Series, there have been a vast array of powertrain options. These have been options ranging from the smallest 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 to the largest diesel V8 engines that came in excess of 6-liter.

The current generation has options for a 3.3-liter V6, twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6s, and a 5-liter V8. There is also the option for a 3-liter turbocharged diesel.

Depending on the model, the F-150 has a higher-performance version under the names of SVT Raptor and Raptor. The current high-performance F-150 Raptors have been in production since 2017.

Only the cab is the same as the one found on the original model F-150. Everything else has been upgraded to be better for increased off-road capabilities and performance.

In 2019, Ford announced their plans to release a fully electric version of the F-150 called the F-150 Lightning. This variant was later released in mid-2021.