What's New for 2010

In just its second year, the current-generation F-150 will be receiving some light enhancements to improve its standing among potential truck buyers. All rear-drive models equipped with the 4.6-liter, three-valve V-8 engine will sport fuel economies of 15 city/21 highway, while the topline King Ranch and Platinum trims will receive heated second-row seats, a power-sliding rear window with defrost, and a Sony in-dash six-CD player. A six-bar billet-style front grille will be available on the XLT trim as part of the new XLT Chrome Package, and the three-bar chrome grille remains standard for 2010. MyKey, an improve braking system, and the return of the FX2 Sport trim are also on the board. Other changes include:

  • New wheels for entry-level XL model
  • Vinyl flooring available in four-door XL SuperCrew work truck, with carpet optional
  • Front headrests have been redesigned based on customer feedback: They now sit about a half-inch farther back and use a new foam material
  • Flareside box no longer available
  • The 133-inch wheelbase SuperCab configuration with 5.5-foot box is now exclusive to the SVT Raptor
  • New colors include: Ingot Silver, Lava (Harley only), Molten Orange Tri-Coat (Raptor only), Tuxedo Black, White Platinum Tri-Coat
  • Colors dropped: Amber Gold, Black, Brilliant Silver, Stone Green, and White Sand Tri-Coat

Source: Ford