The latest entry in the new F150 family was launched in late 2016.
It is a three-door hatchback with a 1.7L turbocharged four-cylinder engine and a seven-speed automatic transmission.
It offers a very solid performance package, and it will also get a host of other features, including a 6.4-inch touchscreen, dual-LED daytime running lights, and adaptive cruise control.
The F150 will be offered in three models, with a base price of $37,995 and an option to upgrade the package to $44,995.
Those prices are higher than many of its competitors, but it will still be priced to get more performance and features out of the car than most competitors can.
In the price range, the base F150 has a base EPA rating of 29 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway, according to Edmunds.
It comes standard with a 17-inch alloy wheelset with 245/40-19 Bridgestone Potenza P315R tires.
Weighing in at 870 pounds and with a combined curb weight of 6,400 pounds, it’s a little bit more expensive than some other cars in the F150 line, but not as much as the likes of the BMW X5, Cadillac CT6, or Mercedes-Benz S-Class.
At $38,795, the F-150T has the best of both worlds when it comes to price, performance, and the ability to offer more performance than most other F150 models.
The F-T comes with a five-speed manual transmission, and we tested it with a six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and found the car to be responsive and enjoyable to drive.
While it’s not the most comfortable, the cabin is well-equipped.
The seats are large, comfortable, and offer good legroom.
The instrument panel has a nice layout, and there’s plenty of room for a driver to rest their head, hands, and feet on the seat.
Compared to the other F-series models, the driver’s seat is a bit larger, and has a larger armrest.
There are also plenty of adjustment buttons on the steering wheel, and even a button to change the music system from stereo to AM/FM.
The door panels are also made of vinyl, and a small plastic flap on the left side of the steering column allows you to open and close the door.
When it comes time to test out the F100, the standard F150T will set you back $42,995, and if you buy the package for $43,995 you’ll get a six pack of seats, and an 18-inch wheelset.
If you want to add in a second seat, the $55,995 package will get you four seats, a six wheel-adjustable steering wheel with adjustable tilt and telescopic adjustability, and 18- and 20-inch front and rear bumpers.