The new F-150 comes with a better ride for your money

Auto care expert Michael D. Gartner of the F-Dollar Group, a real estate services company, said the 2017 F-Series is designed to meet the growing demand for affordable fuel economy and safety.

The automaker is expanding the fuel economy standard on the 2016 model year to 30 miles per gallon.

That means the F150 will now average 38 miles per hour in city driving.

The new version has been designed to be a safe and efficient option for everyday drivers, Gartners said. 

“If you’re an everyday driver, you’ll want a fuel-efficient vehicle to go everywhere,” he said.

“The 2016 F-series will be able to drive a family to and from a grocery store, go to the grocery store and have a few beers in the car.”

The automaker has also rolled out an optional third-row option, which Garteners says is a much safer and more fuel efficient option. 

The 2016 model years F-100 and F-250 models have a rear seat safety system that includes a second camera that captures video of you.

The company is also expanding the use of an automated safety belt, which can be programmed to keep your vehicle upright when not in use.

The new F150 comes standard with a 15-inch screen, which allows for better graphics, navigation and entertainment.

The rear seat has been given a new “glue” finish, making it more comfortable for passengers to sit down and relax. 

Gartners says the new F100 and its smaller brother, the F250, are more reliable, more fuel-saving, and more reliable. 

For the most up-to-date news on the F100, F-50, F250 and F150, visit our F-1, F100 news section.