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Ford Introduces Double-Ended F-150 For Idiots Who Can’t Reverse

Vukasin Herbez April 1, 2017

Wow! The 2018 F-150 is going to the next level…

Ford has always been known for taking their customers seriously, said nobody ever! At least this time, someone over at the world’s oldest car company has listened to a complaint or two.

Apparently, customers who can’t reverse are being given an option on the new 2018 Ford F-150, and it’s one like never before. Double-ended cars could be a thing of the future, with the new innovative… APRIL FOOL!

Yes, You’ve Been Had!

Just so you don’t feel completely abused by our sinister plot, we’ll share with you the previews of the 2018 truck offering from both Ford. The 2018 Ford F-150 (single-ended version of course) as per the official Ford website:


Based on your need, the 2018 F-150 provides more engine alternatives. First, there’s an all-new standard 3.3L Ti-VCT V6. Next up, a 2.7L EcoBoost, a 5.0L Ti-VCT V8 and a 3.5L EcoBoost are all paired with a 10-speed transmission to deliver improved acceleration and performance. Of course, the F-150 Raptor gets its own unique high-output 3.5L EcoBoost. Also look for yet another powerful new option … with a new 3.0L Power Stroke Diesel engine.


Now standard across the full F-150 lineup, Auto Start-Stop Technology can help reduce fuel consumption and vehicle emissions during city driving. When F-150 comes to a stop and is idle, the engine automatically shuts off. Then, it seamlessly restarts when you step on the accelerator or when your foot leaves the brake pedal.


True to form, F-150 once again delivers Herculean towing capability. We’re talking about the kind of pulling power that, up until now, has been limited to three-quarter-ton trucks. So if it’s got a hitch, you’ll be ready to haul it. Standard Dynamic Hitch Assist provides a visible sight line on the instrument panel display, to help direct your hitch ball to the trailer receiver. It turns the complicated task of hitching a trailer into a simple, one-person job.

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