Are you ready to get a new-to-you pickup? There is a wide variety of used Ford trucks for sale, and here at Kings Ford, we have seen them all. You can find just about any type of pickup the Ford has ever made right here on our lot. Our knowledgeable team of experts makes it easy to find exactly what you're looking for too. From compact trucks to commercial vehicles, we’ve got it all!
Family fun, adventures with friends, and hard work can all be achieved with a used Ford truck. Want a compact pickup for playing around town and light off-roading? Try a used Ford Ranger! Want a tougher than nails truck that can handle construction work? We recommend one of the Super Duty models. Looking to expand your business? How about a Ford F-Series commercial vehicle? If you want to own an American icon, we suggest the coveted F-150. Whichever model you decide on, you won’t be disappointed.
After more than 100 years of production, the lineup of Ford trucks has evolved into something magnificent. Although there are a lot of different pickups on the market today, none have the extensive history that Ford does. Ford has earned its status as a household name through years of innovation and dedication to the craft of vehicle production.
The roots of the Ford truck go deep. About nine years after creating the very first Model T automobile, the Ford Motor Company came up with its very first truck. Known as the Model TT, this pickup was released in 1917 and boasted the cab of the groundbreaking Model T. The main style difference was that it also came with a bed. Over the next 10 years, around 1.3 million Model TT trucks were sold.
In 1928, the Model AA was released, and the Model BB came out in 1933. Many of these trucks were converted into military vehicles and ambulances, but the most significant change came in 1935 with the unveiling of the Model 50. Powered by the exclusive Ford Flathead engine, the Model 50 was the most powerful truck ever created at the time.
After World War II, the first F-Series models came into being. The first models of the F-Series covered vehicle classes 2-7, with the F-1 being a half-ton truck and the F-8 being a cab-over truck. In the second generation, the F-1 became the F-100, the F-2 and F-3 were merged into the F-250, and the F-4 became the new F-350. Meanwhile, the F-8 trucks became the start of the Ford C-Series of commercial trucks. Ever since then, Ford has kept the naming and classification system of their trucks relatively the same.
The Ford Ranger was first introduced to the United States in 1983. In production until 2012, the truck was briefly retired until it was revived in 2019. Now available in two cab styles (Super and Crew Cabs), it can carry four to five people no matter which version you pick. Powered by a turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, it has one of the highest tow ratings in its class. As the most affordable used Ford truck for sale, you can satisfy your need for power and adventure without breaking your bank. Typically, it is available in a trio of trims, including the XL, XLT, and Lariat models. The Ranger is the perfect starter truck for those who don't need or want the size and capability of the full-size options.
As America’s best-selling pickup truck, the Ford F-150 has become a household name over the years. Originally known as the F-1 and later as the F-100, the older versions of this model were very different from the current ones. With numerous gasoline and diesel engines to choose from, it’s easy to find the perfect match to suit your daily driving needs. Offering an unbeatable performance, the F-150 can be found in an array of unique trims, including the XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited. It can carry up to 6 people depending on which cab configuration you go with. Plus, everyone will know it’s a Ford whenever you drive around town.
Similar to the F-150, the Super Duty Series consists of F-250 models all the way up to F-450 models. As we touched on briefly before, these trucks originally started in the middle of the last century as F-2, F-3, and F-4 trucks. However, today’s versions are completely different from their starting points. Able to handle some of the toughest jobs out there, you can use any of the Super Duty pickups for construction or agriculture work. Boasting unmatched towing capability, these trucks make the job so much quicker and easier.
If you are hunting for a used Ford truck for sale, then you will be looking at the following possible trims: XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited. The XL is an affordable base model that has all of the necessities without all the bells and whistles. The mid-level Lariat is the most popular trim due to its balance of comfort, conveniences, and tech features, as well as its reasonable price tag. Due to its popularity, you'll be most likely to find one of these models on the lot.
The King Ranch and the Platinum trims are very similar as far as useful features go. The main difference between them is stylistic. The King Ranch offers more of a cowboy aesthetic, and the Platinum is more luxurious and sleek. If you want the cream of the crop, we recommend inquiring about a used Limited model.
The most powerful used Ford trucks for sale hail from the commercial-grade F-Series. Classified as medium-duty work trucks, these specific models are now known as the F-650 and the F-750, previously the F-8. All of these are cutaway models, also sometimes referred to as chassis cabs. You can find F-650 models like the Gas Pro Loader, Diesel Pro Loader, SD Diesel straight Frame, SD Diesel Tractor, and SD Gas Straight Frame. You can also find F-750 trucks such as the SD Gas Straight Frame, Diesel Straight Frame, and SD Diesel Tractor. Built in Ohio, these vehicles provide incredible performance for getting the job done right the first time.
Driver-assist technology features may include hill-start assist, automatic high beams, lane-keeping alert, pre-collision assist, and automatic emergency braking. Designed to keep you and others safe, these beasts boast a quiet cabin with a sleek design. Once you slip behind the wheel, you will notice just how professional the interior really looks. Used commercial trucks can be a little harder to track down due to their often specialized nature, but get in contact with your used dealer and see how we can help you find the truck you need.