The 2012 Ford and Harley-Davidson F-150 deliver a high-performance 6.2-liter V8 engine that is capable of 411 horsepower and 434 lb-ft of torque. The Ford Harley truck lineup continues to satisfy the entire community for more than a decade.
The unwavering partnership between Ford and Harley-Davidson brings the new generation of super duty truck models. The new F-150 provides the most excellent truck styling with the same ensemble from last year. On the other hand, the F-150 welcomes a new 4-wheel drive transfer case with a little bit of detailed enhancements. As a result, the new F-150 drives a whole new level of facade for this year.
The Harley F-150 features a 36-gallon fuel tank where it is capable of running up to 600 miles for every tank of petroleum. Based on the recent test drive, the F-150 runs about 65 mph and consumes an average of 14 mpg overall in the city fuel economy. At some point, the EPA fuel economy numbers are not as good with the F-150 V-8 engine. The new F-150 offers a 6R80 6-speed transmission mated with the twin spark-plug engine. The new transfer case is probably the only major update for the new Harley F-150. It is capable of lasting all-wheel drive and low-range at some point.
The general exterior graphics of the all-new F-150 are extremely aggressive. In addition, a snakeskin design can be noticed in the truck graphics as well. It is fully-equipped with 45R22 high-profile tires, which brings a very unique character for the pickup truck. Meanwhile, the new rims are somewhat different from what is expected. Ford and Harley-Davidson F-150’s overall payload weight is about 1,000 pounds as per the record or a bed capacity of at least 700lbs. You may check out the new productivity LCD screens to learn about the fuel economy and the current performance of the new Harley F-150.
There are several customary features of the new Harley F-150 including power inverter, back heated seats, a back-view camera, elegant lighting, the touch screen navigation system, and a whole lot more. The impressive features are indeed worth the value of the new F-150 model. According to reports, the base price is around $53,000 with an option of a tailgate step and a bed extender. There might be some minor setbacks with the F-150, but overall, it is one of the best pickup truck that came out this year.