Today, the Ford Motor Company, announced that it has sold more than 700,000 F-Series trucks in 2023, making it the best-selling truck in the United States for the 47th consecutive year. Moreover, the F-Series truck remains the best-selling vehicle in the nation for the 42nd year in a row.
“The F-Series is a testament to our commitment to excellence, innovation, and understanding the needs of our customers” said Robert Kaffl, Ford’s Director of U.S. Sales. “Our trucks are Built Ford Tough, and they embody the strength, reliability, and versatility that our customers have come to rely on for nearly half a century. And F-Series represents the best of Ford and how we’re creating new digital experiences: it features available technologies like Pro Power Onboard, which helps customers power work sites or even their home in the event of a power outage; features that makes it easier to hitch and tow a trailer, and even BlueCruise hands-free highway driving.”
One key to Ford’s success, is the company’s diversity of powertrain offerings. The company understands that customers have unique needs, whether they’re on the job site, the farm, or embarking on a weekend adventure in a truck camper. Ford’s truck’s offered a wide variety of engines, including the popular Godzilla 7.3L gasoline engine, the Power Stroke 6.7L turbo diesel, an the Ford F-150 PowerBoost Hybrid.
Ford continues to push the envelope of electrical vehicle development as well with the F-150 Lightning leading the charge as the best-selling full-size electric pickup truck in the U.S., completing the U.S. truck leadership triple crown.
For those looking to haul a truck camper, Ford’s F-Series GVWR/payload ratings lead or are comparable with the competition with the Ford F-150, F-250, and F-350, F-450, and F-550, achieving excellent ratings in their respective weight classes.
“The enduring legacy of the F-Series is not just a result of our relentless pursuit of improvement, but also a reflection of the trust between our company and customers. We are deeply grateful for the opportunity to serve our customers and are committed to continuing to earn their business every single day,” Kaffl said.