Future Trucks of Ford


If you are in the market for a new truck, but you want one of the newer trucks that are coming out, you don’t have long to wait. Johnson Brothers Ford will have several new models starting in the fall of 2016 including the 2017 Raptor, 2017 Super Duty and the 2017 Chassis Cab.

2017 Ford Raptor

If you have been drooling over the 2017 Ford Raptor, you don’t have long to wait. This new model will be available in the fall of 2016. The new model will feature a body made from high-strength military-grade aluminum alloy, which makes the Raptor about 500 pounds lighter. The Raptor features a 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine backed by a 10-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel drive.

2017 Super Duty

The 2017 Super Duty will be available in late 2016. This model was first introduced at the 2015 Texas State Fair. This model also uses high-strength military-grade aluminum alloy; and it features a fully boxed frame with through-welded cross members. Because this truck was made for extremes, it has six times more high-strength steel and is up to 24 times stiffer than other trucks. The 2017 Super Duty also has stronger axles, upgraded steering and suspension and upgraded powertrains. With the stronger engines comes stronger brakes and bigger hitches so you can do what you need to do without worrying about running out of power.

2017 Chassis Cab

Also available in late 2016 will be the 2017 Chassis Cab. This model was also introduced at the 2015 Texas State Fair. Choose from many configurations, plus enjoy more towing and payload capabilities. This sturdy truck features a fully boxed frame and C-channel behind the cab. The 2017 Chassis Cab is easily upfitted to meet your specific needs.

Visit Johnson Brothers Ford

Stop by Johnson Brothers Ford to learn more about the 2017 Raptor, 2017 Super Duty and the 2017 Chassis Cab and to figure out which truck is the best choice for you.

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