2010 Harley-Davidson Ford F-150 Truck

harleyf150-1harleyf150-2Each time I published about the Harley Ford F-150, some of you took a shot at it qualifying it as not biker truck, just a vehicle for yuppies who just want to show off. So, as an introduction to the description of the new 2010 model, let me say first that 1- This signature truck is built at the Dearborn, Michigan plant and that its manufacturing supports the US automobile industry. 2- This is the 14th year of collaboration between Ford and Harley-Davidson and none of them would continue releasing new series if the vehicle would not sell well.

This being said, the 2010 model doesn’t have extended modifications like the ones it received in 2009. It is only available as a four-door Super Crew configuration with a 5.5-foot bed. Offered in Tuxedo Black or Lava Metallic the cosmetic changes are a new bold front fascia and grille along with a new premium interior and model specific ornamentation. It is powered by a responsive 320 horsepower, 5.4 liter 3-valve V8 engine with a port tuned exhaust, and is equipped with a 6-speed automatic transmission. Top speed is stated by Ford at 115 mph. It rolls on 22″ polished forged aluminum wheels with painted accent and Harley logo. EPA city/highway driving: 14/18 mpg. Starting at MSRP $42,690

17 Responses to “2010 Harley-Davidson Ford F-150 Truck”

  1. 1 just my opinion Dec 24th, 2009 at 11:22 am

    Well said Cyril. You are right if these trucks did not sell they would not be made. This is a deal that is good for both Ford and HD. I hope that Ford sells all they make and then some after all, both of these companies are American companies that supply Americans with work. By the way I told your readers one year ago they should buy Ford stock. At that time the stock was 1.50 per share today it is at 10.18 per share hope you all bought some. There are reports out now that say it should climb to 12.00 per share. I personally believe it will do even better. Ford is making profits again and last time that happened their stock went to 24.00 per share.
    Happy Holiday’s everyone. God bless America

  2. 2 Woody Dec 24th, 2009 at 1:35 pm

    +1 Well said. No different to me than a special edition watch or pocket knife. it’s meant to be special and it is 🙂

  3. 3 Brett Dec 24th, 2009 at 1:47 pm

    Seriously though. I must really be missing out on the employment end of things because a truck for basically $43,000??? Indians for $30,000??? If I had 2 Indians & 1 of these trucks & sold them, I could pay off my house.

  4. 4 Jeff Nicklus Dec 24th, 2009 at 10:00 pm


    Now you are sounding like a Democrat!

    Over & Out,


  5. 5 ROCKSTAR Dec 24th, 2009 at 10:18 pm

    announce to the world your special level of “tool” by owning the 2010 Harley Davidson F-150… TapouT window decal sold separately.

  6. 6 BikerMarc Dec 25th, 2009 at 10:04 am

    This a looker for sure. Would make a hell of a Christmas present.

  7. 7 Asa Dec 25th, 2009 at 10:52 am

    killer interior man I have a denali gmc and I love it but the seats in this Ford are a lot nicer . Asa

  8. 8 Knucklehead Dec 25th, 2009 at 12:25 pm

    It would be a great gift……PAULA!

  9. 9 Buell_guy Dec 26th, 2009 at 5:11 pm

    Just a thought as A factory H-D tech I have seen the guts of alot of harleys and the one thing that really bugs me about the Ford F-150 is that all Harleys use a number of GM based parts. Some even come with GM part numbers stamped next to the HD number. funny how that works. Thats my 2cents………..also most that own them dont own a harley and they are very much a tool.

  10. 10 Woody Dec 26th, 2009 at 6:55 pm

    Really don’t see why folks dislike ’em so much. How is it any different from buying a Harley itself? It’s an image over function thing and if it makes one happy and spurs a few vehicle sales, how can it be a bad thing?

  11. 11 Rock Dec 28th, 2009 at 9:45 am

    Great, another big Ford truck so all the Harley posers can drag their bikes all over the country.
    Try riding them numb nuts.

  12. 12 Grip Ace Dec 28th, 2009 at 10:37 am

    We all must understand that everyone is not broke. Some people still have funny money and they buy what they desire. It’s not about cost. I don’t go to the bar looking to buy the cheapest drink, even though it all will get me there. I buy what I want. I love America

  13. 13 Walt Lumpkin Dec 28th, 2009 at 12:56 pm

    Well said Grip Ace. I have a friend that just took delivery of his new jet and new Harley. I also have friends that ride older Sportsters held together with baling wire and zip ties. Takes all kinds to make the world revolve and support the economy.

  14. 14 Woody Dec 28th, 2009 at 1:00 pm

    Hey rock, any good bike riding suggestions for all of us who just finished shoveling and snowblowing? Or maybe a good way to bring 4’x8′ plywood home from the lumberyard on my bike? That truck is way out of my price range for a work truck, but why is it so wrong for somebody else to buy a cool-looking toy? Lots of peeps still have fat wallets, and I’m happy for them.

  15. 15 mike corbin Dec 28th, 2009 at 1:05 pm

    I wish tey would make a two door !!

  16. 16 just my opinion Dec 28th, 2009 at 7:39 pm

    I know a guy that owns a HD truck and your wrong because he does own a Harley and he also owns seven customs motorcycles and he is not a tool by a long shot. I think those calling others tools are just jealous that some have more than they do. Maybe it is the HD symbol on the side that is bothering you guys. If so jump on your rice burners and be cool. Nobody said you had to like this truck after all why would you? It’s made in America and sold to Americans. You guys should become communist then you can tell others what to buy and what they should and should not like. And the guy that works at the HD plant and bad mouths their products should go work somewere else if he is unhappy making products for tools. These stupid trucks help pay his wage while he is at that plant making bikes for the tools that ride them.

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