Hybrid and Electric Ford Trucks for Sale
If you’re tired of paying through the nose every time you fill up your truck, it’s probably time for a new ride. The great news is that there are now different Ford trucks for sale that don’t rely entirely on gas or run wholly on green energy.
Power, Towing, and Hauling
The hybrid Ford Maverick has a 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine and a 94-kW battery pack that combine to produce 191 horsepower and 155 lb-ft of torque.
A continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) comes standard, as does front-wheel drive. You’ll be able to tow up to 2,000 pounds with the hybrid setup, and the maximum payload is 1,500 pounds.
Up to five people will fit comfortably in the Ford Maverick, and there is ample head- and legroom. Tech features include an infotainment system with an eight-inch touchscreen, Android Auto™, and Apple CarPlay®.
This truck also comes with many advanced safety features, including automatic high-beam headlights, forward collision warning, and automatic emergency braking.
Ford F-150 Lightning
The fully electric Ford F-150 Lightning comes with two electric motors and either a Standard-Range or Extended-Range battery. With the Standard-Range, you will get 426 horsepower, and that increases to 563 with the Extended-Range.
Both versions offer 775 lb-ft of torque. With the Standard-Range battery, the Ford Lightning has a tow rating of 7,700 pounds. The Extended-Range hikes that to 10,000 pounds. Both have a maximum payload of 2,000 pounds.
Driving Range and Charging
You’ll be able to travel up to 230 miles with the Standard-Range battery. With the Extended-Range battery that goes up to 300 miles. Plus, a DC Fast Charging station can charge either battery up to 80 percent in just 44 minutes.
Tech and Safety
Every Ford F-150 Lightning is outfitted with the latest tech features, including a Wi-Fi hot spot, navigation, and smartphone connectivity. You’ll also get several safety systems, such as lane departure warning, lane keep assist, and pedestrian detection.
To check out either of these trucks, come down to Woodhouse Ford of Blair.