How Much can the New Ford F-150 Tow?

Driving a powerful truck is just part of living in Texas. A driver takes pride in their trucks and their ability to put them to work. So when you need to get the most out of your pickup, you need to get behind the wheel of the new Ford F-150 from Lawrence Hall Ford in Anson, TX. It gives you the power to get the job done.

So what is the 2020 Ford F-150 capable of? Six potent engines give you a great range to choose from. But there is no doubt about it when it comes to towing all are more than able to pull their weight around the ranch, job site or weekend trip to your favorite getaway.

  • 3.5L EcoBoost: offers 375-horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque. It isn't unusual to see this engine-level pulling as much as 13,200 pounds behind it, making it the powertrain of choice for those who need and appreciate a powerful pickup. From concrete, rebar or front loaders, there is nothing this powertrain can't tow.
  • 3.0L Power Stroke Turbo Diesel V6: This is everything a diesel engine strives to be. Cranks out 250 horsepower and 440 pound-feet of torque and can pull 11,500 pounds. Towing your equipment or livestock is even easier when you have this Turbo Diesel in your corner.
  • High-Output 3.5L EcoBoost V6: When you are driving the intimidating Raptor and top-flight F-150 Limited, you get this muscular powertrain. Boasting 450 horsepower with 510 pound-feet of torque, this engine will tow as much as 8,000 pounds for the Raptor and 11,000 on the Limited, which makes it a great option when getting your boat to Anson South Lake or pulling out the side-by-side for the afternoon.
  • 2.7L Turbocharged EcoBoost V6: The base engine provides 325-horsepower of excitement while towing up to 9,000 pounds. Take it to work or out for the family vacation. It even fits right in when you need to tow the grill out to your favorite tailgate spot.
  • 5.0L Ti-VCT V8: a hefty 395 horsepower awaits the driver of this workhorse. The 3,270-pound payload ranks among the best-in-class. You'll have the power to pull along 11,500 pounds of equipment on your hitch.
  • 3.3L TI-VCT V6: The base engine still provides the type of power you hope to get from a reliable and sturdy work truck. 290 horsepower backed by 265 pound-feet of torque will get you around the rugged terrain of your farm, ranch or even the city streets of Abilene with confidence, all the while pulling 7,000 pounds of gear.
  • When you drive a Ford F-150, you know you can put it to work with no worries. When properly equipped, the Ford F-150 will tackle any task with confidence. Discover the power of the Ford F-150 at Lawrence Hall Ford and get to work.

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