1995 Ford F-150 Review
Fordís F-Series is still king of the road
There are more Ford F-Series pickups sold every year than any other car or truck on the market, and it has been that way for more than a decade. Such is the popularity of Fordís full-size pickup, which has long offered a powerful one-two punch of enduring performance and rugged overall appeal.
To keep up with demand for the F-Series trucks, Ford now has five plants scattered across the country with a total manufacturing capacity of nearly 700,000 units per year.
Like the Chevrolet C/K trucks and the Dodge Ram - the Fordís only true competitors - the F-Series comes in a huge array of short-and long-wheelbase body styles. And so that the specific needs of all commercial or personal-use customers are met, there are style and performance choices galore: 2- and 4-wheel drive; Regular Cab, SuperCab and Crew Cab body styles; Styleside and Flareside designs in trim models of Special, XL, XLT and a brand-new 1995 Eddie Bauer version; quarter-, half- and three-quarter-ton load ratings; and a range of five gasoline and diesel engines and three transmissions.
In its knack for delivering quality and consistency to a wide market, the Ford F-Series is pretty much a monument to a product that always seems to deliver a cut above the pack.
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