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You can find 87 different trims for the Ford F-150 and their corresponding recommended coolant type.
The years available stretch from 1997 through to 2022 and to view the coolant type and capacity you just click to expand.
The Ford F-150 is the best-selling car in the United States and has held that title for many years.
For many years it has battled hard against the Chevrolet Silverado for that position as both cars are very similar.
It is classed as a full-size pickup truck with applications both in the commercial space as well as the domestic one.
You can also find larger versions of the same pickup truck on sale that feature larger engine choices and the ability to carry heavier loads.
The first F-150s came onto the market in the 1940s and it is now in its fourteenth generation of design.
A new 2021 model of the truck saw a major overhaul when compared to the previous version with almost every part upgraded.
The 6-speed automatic transmission included as standard with the F-150 has been changed to a high-tech 10-speed version.
Alongside this the engine range has been refined to now be much more economical than before, an important factor buyers consider when shopping around.
Inside the cab, you can find a bigger touchscreen infotainment system with more features of the car built into it.
Much like the rest of the automobile market, the new Ford F-150 is packed with more autonomous driver-aids powered by the company’s Active Drive Assist system.