Both feature 3.5-liter EcoBoost engines mated to 10-speed transmissions, with auto start-stop and upgraded alternators to run plenty of electronic gear.
Ford has added the latest F-150 and Expedition to its Special Service Vehicle fleet for law enforcement customers.
Both benefit from lightweight aluminum bodies, 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 engines and 10-speed automatic transmissions. Automatic start-stop tech and upgraded alternators also come standard, helping conserve fuel and operate plenty of extra electronic gear.
F-150 SSV buyers can opt for a newly upgraded 5.0-liter V8 engine, available in either XL SuperCab or SuperCrew configurations. All feature easy-clean vinyl seating and column-mounted shifters.
"While our Police Interceptor Utility remains the best-selling law enforcement vehicle in the country by a large margin, some agencies need to haul five people with higher equipment-carrying capacity, or off-road capabilities are required," says Ford police marketing manager Stephen Tyler. "That's where the F-150 SSV and Expedition SSV come in."