Ford F-150: A Truck to be Reckoned With

When drivers from Arcadia, Ruston, Minden, Bienville and Homer visit JPS Ford in search of a pickup that can accomplish all their goals for work and play, the answer is simple. The latest Ford F-150 build is carrying on the brand's legacy for strength, performance efficiency and incredible on-board technology. That's why America's best-selling truck is also the choice of families and professionals across the region.



Vehicle Overview

Thanks' to F-150's 2.7L EcoBoost V6, you'll harness a class-best gas EPA-estimated highway fuel economy rating of 26 MPG, giving you pickup power that doesn't guzzle gas.  In addition, the truck's high-output, direct-injection twin-turbo "Pocket Hercules" pumps out 325-horsepower, so you'll have up to 8,500-lb. max towing capacity that will give you command over any boat, trailer or camper.

But what good is all that towing power without complete control? In the all-new Ford F-150, you'll have it. For enhanced performance going into turns, F-150's standard Curve Control senses oversteer, and can slow the truck's speed by as much as 10 mph in about a second to help you maintain control of both the truck and your cargo.

Drivers who want to stay connected with family and work will revel in F-150's array of tech features. Ford SYNC with 911 Assist delivers hands-free calls, Bluetooth-streaming music and more with simple voice commands. Once paired, it can download contacts and play music from your smartphone. It can also access your MP3 player, USB or iPod.

Ready to see how the new Ford F-150's innovations can become your ally on the road? Visit JPS Ford today to explore exceptional finance options on America's most popular truck, and to peruse our impressive inventory of new and pre-owned Ford cars, trucks and SUVs.


Sizing up Ford F-150 and Chevrolet Silverado

Choosing the right pickup no longer means simply choosing a mode of transportation. Enter the all-new Ford F-150. When it comes to power, connectivity and value, class rivals like the Chevrolet Silverado simply can't compete.

Ford F-150 vs. Chevrolet Silverado

  • Looking for the safety features you need to protect your truck, it's cargo and your passengers? Ford F-150 features Blind Spot Monitoring that acts as an extra set of eyes on the road - a feature you won't find on Chevy Silverado. It's just one of the numerous active and passive safety features that put Ford F-150 ahead of the competition.

  • Ford F-150 also comes available with your choice of a panorama sunroof or standard moonroof, which makes stargazing an option for when your kiddos come along for the ride. It's an option your passengers won't have when you choose the Chevrolet Silverado, which doesn't offer such features.

  • With second row leg room that bests Chevrolet Silverado by nearly one foot, you'll have plenty of room for extra gear, coworkers and supplies for the jobsite. It's the extra versatility that makes Ford F-150 stand apart from other trucks in its class

  • In Ford F-150, you'll be able to haul more too. That's because Ford F-150's 11,600-pound towing capacity bests Chevrolet Silverado by nearly 3,000 pounds.

Comparing the Latest Ford F-150 Against Toyota Tundra

The JPS Ford team knows pickup drivers never let anything stand in their way. So why would they choose a truck that's second fiddle? In terms of efficiency, long-term value and towing power, no truck tops the all-new Ford F-150. But you don't have to take our word for it. Read on to see how the latest F-150 build stacks up to the class-similar Toyota Tundra.

Ford F-150 vs. Toyota Tundra

  • Driving a Ford-150 means never having to leave anyone behind, thanks to passenger room for six. In Toyota Tundra, someone will have hurt feelings - since only five passengers can fit.

  • Looking to spend more time in the woods and less time at the fuel pump? In Ford F-150 you can. That's because Ford F-150 has a combined gas mileage of 21 MPG - nearly 10 MPG more than class-similar Toyota Tundra's.
  • F-150 is also packed with incredible interior features like a rearview camera, navigation system and Bluetooth compatibility. You're stuck on the AM dial in Toyota Tundra - which lacks each one of these features in standard models.

  • You'll find all these features and more in Ford F-150 at an exceptional value, too. That's because F-150's starting MSRP is around $34K. If you want a less roomier, less efficient, less tech savvy truck, Toyota Tundra is an option, but it'll cost you $41K.

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