Hmmm 🤔, I wonder why Ford didn’t just use TomTom Navigation as well.
I guess the only explanation is the cost hence the reason Ford is still using it’s navigation which is provided by an outside vendor.
Hopefully the maps will be updated more frequently with SYNC4.
Go with OEM LED headlights and call it a day.
No aftermarket LED bulb replacement can compare to the OEM LED headlight assembly.
The next best option would be the Morimoto assemblies and many owners replace their OEM “halogen” assemblies for these.
The first thing you need to ask yourself...
Just like previous versions, the Raptor will come a year or a bit less after the new F150 has hit the market.
I really doubt that Ford was concerned about being upstaged by RAM and the TRX because it’s obvious who’s trying to copy who.
The F150 is what’s most important.
Old engine tech, vehicle weight,
Ask yourself this, would you really be interested in the TRX if it didn’t have that huge, and heavy engine.
Do you remember the Dodge truck with the Viper V10 engine from over a decade ago?
Same concept and a failure for Chrysler.
A Lariat with the 502A pac will have everything a Platinum has except the Platinum will come standard with power running boards, massaging seats, and different leather and trI’m.
No Platinum will cost $80K.
Why would you have to sell your house to buy a new truck.
I’d be interested but only after the 4th or 5th year of production and only if it had a range of 350-400 miles on a single charge.
I don’t do any towing, heavy hauling, nor do I go off road so an IRS would also be a must.
Since Ford invested heavily in Rivian, I wouldn’t be surprised if...
Yes, I tested it this past weekend on my 2016 F150 and I’ve been using it the past three days.
I really don’t know if Android Auto will follow what Apple has done with Apple CarPlay.
I’m an Apple man so I really don’t know much about the Android Auto interface or what Google might have planned...
I’m sure that’ll be the case just like the current generation.
It’s already six inches wider so the exterior will be more aggressive looking and there won’t be any mistaking a regular F150 for a Raptor.
Sadly, I’m with you on this but man, it would be nice and it would definitely be expensive.
However, I really don’t think it’s needed.
The 5.0 with it’s own supercharger would be perfect and Hennessy has already shown that it can be done.