When you have a job that you can't back down from, a truck is normally the vehicle you need to conquer it, and when the most capable pickup is what you need, the Ford F-150 is the model to start with. Every model year of the Ford F-150 has been impressive, but the new editions of the truck on our lot are the best yet. It leads the full-size truck class in towing and payload capacities, so if you have a business or weekend project where that would help, read below on what the new F-150 offers and check out the video above!

What Are the Heavy-Duty Capabilities of the Ford F-150?

The Ford F-150 offers several engine options, from a turbo-diesel to a V8, but when you need the most out of your truck, the 3.5-liter EcoBoost® V6 is the one to go with. It boasts 375 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque while coming with a 10-speed automatic transmission to aid smoothness when you have heavy equipment or trailers hitched on. Drivers will have a conventional tow capacity of 13,200 pounds with this engine and the ability to haul payloads up to 3,230 pounds, which falls a little behind the max 3,270 payload capacity you get with the V8 engine.

Power is, of course, the biggest part of what makes the Ford F-150 the most capable truck in its class, but it’s the technology to help you that makes it the smartest. Some of the most well-loved systems on the new F-150 include Pro Trailer Backup Assist™, which helps you back a trailer up without having to think about which way to turn the wheel, and the Blind Spot Information System with Trailer Coverage, which monitors your extended blind spot. When you need more confidence on your jobs, the Ford F-150 has the features to help!