2019 Ford F-150 vs 2018 Ford F-150 

2019 Ford F-150 vs 2018 Ford F-150

With each iteration, the F-series gets more menacing as Ford stacks the pickup with more power, more tech and more options. Despite getting a mid-cycle refresh last year, the F-150 continues to evolve with a list of refinements as we carry through 2019. See how Ford has changed things up for the pickup this time in this comparison of the 2019 Ford F-150 and its predecessor, the 2018 Ford F-150.

This year in the F-150 history book, Ford gears in on the Raptor and Limited trims with a handful of feature enhancements. A new 3.0L Power Stroke V6 also enters the mix and is available on XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch and Platinum models. Keep scrolling to learn more!



2019 Ford F-150 

vs

2018 Ford F-150 

$28,155 Starting MSRP      $27,705 

3.3L Ti-VCT V6, 2.7L EcoBoost, 5.0L Ti-VCT V8, 3.5L EcoBoost, 3.5L High-Output EcoBoost, 3.0L Power Stroke V6 Turbodiesel

Engine Options 

3.3L Ti-VCT V6, 2.7L EcoBoost, 5.0L Ti-VCT V8, 3.5L EcoBoost, 3.5L High-Output EcoBoost

3.5L High-Output EcoBoost  Limited Trim Engine  3.5L EcoBoost 
Standard  Forward Collision Warning with Emergency Braking  Available 

What’s New in the 2019 Ford F-150? 

New 3.0L Power Stroke V6 Turbodiesel

The powertrain selection gets bumped from five engines to six with the addition of the 3.0-liter Power Stroke turbodiesel V6. The new V6 cranks out 250 horsepower, plus a best-in-class diesel torque rating of 440 lb-ft. It matches up with the 10-speed automatic transmission with SelectShift capability, putting that low-end engine torque to good use.

Ford tops it all off with best-in-class ratings for max payload at 1,980 lbs. and max towing at 11,300 lbs. And though fuel efficiency often takes a back seat when we’re talking pickups, it’s worth mentioning the new Power Stroke earns a best-in-class EPA-estimated rating of 30 mpg highway. That’s one heck of a report card if you ask us.

Limited and Raptor Trim Updates

Ford has a way of taking a good thing and making it even better. The F-150 Raptor gets a new set of Fox Internal Bypass off-road shocks along with a Trail Control system, a low-speed off-road cruise control. The system automatically adjusts to the terrain, providing the ideal amount of power to each wheel so you can focus on steering.

The F-150 Limited then inherits the Raptor’s 450-horsepower V6, replacing the 375-horsepower V6 on the 2018 model. A 36-gallon fuel tank has been standardized on the Limited and Raptor trims, leaving more road to tread between fill-ups.