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2017 marked the 40th year that Ford’s iconic F-150 has ranked as the best-selling truck in the U.S., outselling the Chevy Silverado, GMC Sierra, and Toyota Tundra combined as of midyear. But as many people do when confronting a midlife-ish milestone, the Ford F-150 is pumping up and getting a little work done so that by this fall it’ll look as fresh and perform as well as (OK, way better than) it did when it had only been outselling everybody for 20 years. It’ll even take on the Ram 1500 EcoDiesel with a new V-6 turbodiesel.

The truck’s entire face has gone under the knife. The lamps, fascia panel, bumper, and grille are all new. Make

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