Each 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