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With Ford’s 2016 F-150 pickup getting ready for the big time, it seems like it’s time for an adventure in the big-bodied SUV.

The Ford Focus pickup has had some serious upgrades since the previous model was introduced in 2011, and now it’s got the right-hand drive option for those who prefer to pull the trigger from the back.

The new Ford F-350, however, won’t be as comfortable as the previous F-250, so if you want a pickup with a more rugged feel, you’ll have to look elsewhere.

For the first time in its history, the Ford Focus will come with a full-size cargo bed, allowing it to carry as many as six people, plus extra luggage.

There’s also a full length rear deck, with storage for up to 12 people, and a rear hatch for passengers.

For the most part, though, the new F-450 isn’t a full SUV, but it has the capability to be a fully-fledged small car.

With a starting price of $25,995 for the base F-400, the Focus gets a new 5.2-liter V8 engine that produces 635 horsepower and 668 lb-ft of torque.

Its peak torque rating is 415 lb-tw, with a maximum of 472 lb-force.

The F-300 and F-650 pickups get similar engine packages.

In the cabin, the F-F450 has a redesigned dashboard and instrument panel.

It also comes with LED daytime running lights, dual-zone climate control, and heated side mirrors.

The fenders are updated with a chrome grille, while the rear door handles have a chrome trim.

The Focus will also get upgraded leather seats, as well as a new center console and side mirror.

The F-500 is a different beast.

It’s powered by a 6.2L V8 that produces 795 horsepower and 825 lb-foot of torque, and it’s a good 10 percent more powerful than the F100 pickup.

The same engine is paired with a 4.4L turbocharged V6 that produces 450 horsepower and 425 lb-fts of torque with a boost gauge.

The standard F-550 is still available, but with a 6-speed manual gearbox.

The new F150 is the most interesting pickup on the market.

Its styling is more traditional than any other Ford, with four doors, a trunk, and an engine bay on each side.

That means you can get a standard F150 with an extra trunk or cargo area and a six-speed automatic transmission.

The Focus’ base model has an MSRP of $27,995, but Ford is also offering a new, all-wheel-drive model with the F250 and F350.

That model starts at $28,995 with the all-new 2.6-liter EcoBoost EcoBoost diesel engine.

The Ford F250 pickup has the same engine, but its MSRP is $31,995.

The next-gen F350 pickup has an all-electric engine that makes 380 horsepower and 500 lb-feet of torque at 4,400 rpm and 6,600 rpm.

The diesel is paired to a 6L V6, which produces 470 horsepower and 467 lb-tons of torque on the 6,700-rpm rev band.

The second-generation Focus pickup is the all new Focus 1500.

It gets a 6,400-horsepower 2.0-liter engine that is paired by a turbocharged 6.0L V10 that produces 425 horsepower and 450 lb-feels.

The base model is priced at $33,995 and the new Focus 150 has an engine that can get up to 600 hp.

The Fusion offers a similar interior package as the Focus, but adds an automatic transmission to the mix.

The Fusion has a base price of just $24,995 without the automatic transmission and gets the optional all-speed dual-clutch automatic.

The $29,990 Fusion is the cheapest option.

The next-generation F-600 gets a 3.6L turbo diesel engine that generates 473 horsepower and 550 lb-folds.

The engine is equipped with a six speed manual gear box and comes with a standard six-speaker audio system.

The price tag is $34,995 after a $3,000 option upgrade.

The latest F-750 gets a 2.4-liter turbo diesel that produces 470 hp and 530 lb-flops of torque that is boosted to 645 horsepower and 530 pound-feet.

The all-road F-850 gets a turbo diesel with an all new 6.3L V12 engine that delivers 560 horsepower and 535 lb-of-tq.

The cost is $37,995 to $43,995 depending on options.

The Fiesta gets a completely new chassis, front-wheel drive, and all-terrain capabilities.

The Fiesta has a four-wheel independent suspension and is equipped to be