Ford F-150 Police Responder | Model Details | Ford.com

Extreme Cop Capability

For moving officers and equipment to remote locations, or while on daily patrol… the Ford F-150 Police ResponderTM  is a uniquely capable machine. It offers pursuit-rated performance on the road, along with impressive off-road capability.

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The F-Series legacy of quality, durability and strength confidently lends itself to the demands of police use. The 2018 Ford F-150 Police ResponderTM  is the first-ever pursuit-rated pickup truck to market, harnessing a revolutionary body-on-frame construction using high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloy in its body and bed… bolted to a fully boxed high-strength steel frame. The result? A truck that’s purpose-built for police operations in demanding conditions.
Specifications

Exterior Dimensions (in.)

Length
231.9
Wheelbase
145.0
Height
77.2
Width (Mirrors Folded)
79.9
Approach Angle
25.5°
Departure Angle
26.0°
Ground Clearance
9.4

Interior Dimensions (in.)

Front
Rear
Head Room
40.8
40.4
Shoulder Room
66.7
65.9
Hip Room
62.5
64.7
Leg Room
43.9
43.6

Capacities

Interior Passenger Volume (cu. ft.)
131.8
Cargo Volume – Maximum (cu. ft.)
52.8
Seating Capacity
5
Payload (lbs.)
2,030
Towing (lbs.)
7,000 (Standard)
10,700 (Optional)
GVWR (lbs.)
7,000

Engines

3.5L EcoBoost®
Horsepower (hp @ rpm)
375 @ 5,000
Torque (lb.-ft. @ rpm)
470 @ 3,500

Bold Exterior Options

The Ford F-150 Police ResponderTM comes in eight different exterior colors direct from the factory. 
Paint swatches of available ford f one fifty police responder colors

 

 



Disclaimers

Non-original equipment can adversely impact vehicle crash performance. For example, push-bars could adversely affect airbag deployment in frontal impacts and prisoner barricades could result in head and neck trauma in high-speed rear impacts. Due to the variability of equipment installed, based on individual law-enforcement agency requirements, Ford does not test aftermarket equipment for functionality with Ford components. Law enforcement must balance needs for function and other officer safety concerns when equipping police vehicles with non-original equipment.