A forklift loading a pallet of stones into the bed of a red 2022 Ford F-150 at a dusty work site.

Drivers in Sacramento know the value of having a dependable truck. The California capital represents a wonderful mix of urban and suburban roads with nearby parks and trails that are fantastic for off-road enthusiasts. No automaker has been making pickup trucks longer than Ford, and no truck has been in continuous production longer than the F-150, dating back to the years just after World War II. This is why you need to get over to Future Ford of Sacramento, your Sacramento Ford F-150 Dealership, for a great deal on your next truck.

As an authorized Ford dealer, we can help you find a new or used Ford F-150 pickup truck that suits all your purposes to a tee. This includes some of the harder-to-find models like the off-road Raptor and the top trims like the King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited. Whether you want a truck for work, want to use your F-150 as a family vehicle, or even if you want one that can do a little of both, no other truck available today can match the combination of ruggedness, dependability, and performance that you will find in a Ford F-150. What’s more, the F-150 gives you an incredible choice of many different engines, allowing you to choose which one works best for you. If you are looking for your next truck, make it a Ford F-150 at Future Ford of Sacramento.


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Overview and History of the Ford F-150

When folks say that Henry Ford pretty much invented the pickup truck, they aren’t joking. Ford has been building trucks for over 100 years, dating back to Model TT, which first hit the road back in 1917. Since then, Ford has been a leader in innovation for the pickup truck, focusing on making trucks as durable and capable as ever. This was shown to great effect in 1948 when Ford rolled out the first F-Series pickup, the Bonus-Built, which greeted returning GIs who wanted a truck that could look great doing all the jobs a working person needed to get done. The most popular proved to be the F-1, a half-ton model that would eventually grow into today’s F-150.

By 1953, the F-1 had been re-designated the F-100, featuring such features as an automatic transmission, armrests, dome lights, sun visors, and improved heaters and radios that were revolutionary for a pickup truck at the time. Ford continued these innovations in creature comforts throughout the ’50s and ’60s, culminating in the 1975 model–the first Ford truck given the F-150 designation. This had a higher capacity than the F-100, with better emissions performance as well to meet new industry standards. Ford also introduced a Club Cab that was the first truck in the line to have two rows of seats, which would eventually become today’s SuperCab and SuperCrew. Today, you can choose between these two cab designs as well as the original two-door single row Regular Cab.

At this point, the Ford F-Series was already in its sixth generation, having produced trucks for over 58 years. When 1977 rolled around, the Ford F-150 became the biggest-selling truck in the United States, helped in part by a new advertising campaign that featured the slogan Built Ford Tough. These three words would reflect the mindset of all Ford trucks ever since.

The seventh generation of the F-Series would start as 1980 rolled around, marking the first time the F-150 would be part of a new generation of Ford trucks. Throughout the ’80s and ’90s, Ford would constantly improve the F-150 with bigger and more capable engines, all the way up to a 5.8L V8. This would result in increased towing and payload capabilities on the truck. The automaker would also improve safety and handling on the F-150 through such innovations as improved aerodynamics, power steering, and anti-lock brakes.

As the new century rolled around, Ford continued to improve the technology of the F-150. This included the SYNC system that integrated the truck’s information, entertainment, and phone connectivity features. The days of the utilitarian truck were long gone. In its place was an F-150 built with high-strength, military-grade aluminum alloy that was light, strong, and durable, offering drivers a plush interior similar to those found on luxury sedans and SUVs. In addition, Ford began installing an increasing number of advanced safety equipment into the F-150. As a result, the thirteenth-generation F-150 introduced in 2015 became the first pickup truck to earn a five-star safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

The fourteenth generation of the Ford F-150 was introduced for the 2021 model year, representing the most advanced and capable full-size pickup truck built by Ford to date. No wonder the Ford F-150 is the best-selling vehicle in the United States.

Overhead view of the front seats' footwell lighting and dash in a 2022 Ford F-150 Limited.

2022 Ford F-150

The 2022 F-150 gives you an amazing choice of engines, cab designs, drivetrains, and trims. The five engines include a 3.6-liter V6 gas engine, a 2.7-liter EcoBoost turbo V6, a 5.0-liter V8, a 3.5-liter EcoBoost turbo V6, and a 3.5-liter PowerBoost Turbo V6 Hybrid. If you hear “hybrid” and think “weak,” don’t–that engine offers 430 horsepower and 570 lb-ft of torque, the most of both on any 2022 F-150 model. As a result, the 2022 Ford F-150 can tow up to 14,000 pounds and carry up to 3,325 pounds of payload, depending on which trim, engine, cab design, and drivetrain you choose.

Ford offers the F-150 with your choice of rear-wheel drive and four-wheel drive, so you can decide whether you want the better fuel economy and trailering capability offered by rear-wheel drive or the improved traction of a 4X4 system. You also get a choice of Regular Cab, SuperCab, and SuperCrew configurations, so you can have the option of carrying up to six passengers in your F-150.

The 2022 F-150 includes some new available equipment, like onboard payload scales, an integrated 7.2 kW generator, and a continuously controlled damping suspension system. In addition, Ford has made the really cool Black Appearance package available on the XL, XLT, and Platinum models, helping you make your F-150 stand out in a crowd. This is why the 2022 F-150 represents the most advanced and versatile model ever produced by Ford.

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Welcome to Our Dealership

If you are in the market for a new, used, or certified pre-owned Ford truck or SUV, then Future Ford of Sacramento is the best choice for you. We are located in the heart of Sacramento and have the pulse of this town when it comes to your automotive needs. Our dealership prides itself on our customers first, which is why we received the President’s Award from Ford for being a leader in customer service. You will see this throughout your car buying experience with us.

Our friendly sales staff is knowledgeable about all Ford models and will be happy to answer all your questions. They will also take the time to show you all the great Ford models we have available here at Future Ford of Sacramento, so you can feel free to test drive as many vehicles as you need. When it comes time to purchase your vehicle, we offer a wide variety of lease and loan options if you would like to finance your next Ford. Our finance team will work with you to find the best option on competitive terms that works for your personal budget.

When it comes time to service your Ford, head over to our service department, where our trained technicians will work to get your Ford vehicle back on the road, whether it needs routine maintenance like an oil change or tire rotation or if it requires more extensive repairs. At Future Ford of Sacramento, we are committed to giving you the best experience you have ever had, whether you are buying your next Ford vehicle, getting your current vehicle serviced, or just stopping in to ask questions.

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Make Us Your Sacramento Ford F-150 Dealership

When you are in the market for your next Ford F-150, the best option for you is to head over to our dealership at Future Ford of Sacramento. The members of our sales team are experts on the F-150 and can tell you all you need to know so that you can pick the trim, engine, and other options that will meet all your needs and exceed all your expectations.

Buying a truck is a specialized process, and we understand that here at Future Ford of Sacramento. No two drivers have exactly the same requirements, which is why you need a dealer you can rely on to help you locate the Ford F-150 that is right for you. Furthermore, most other dealers do not have the extensive inventory of new and used Ford F-150 models as we do. As a result, we are sure to have the exact Ford F-150 truck that you are looking to buy or can help you order it. Stop in today and see why you will find your future Ford F-150 truck at Future Ford of Sacramento.