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Where Are Ford Trucks Made

Sometimes we all sit and think of questions that perhaps garner interesting answers. If you’re a Ford truck owner, perhaps you have thought about where your Ford truck is made. So, where are Ford trucks made? Well, we have the answer and information you need! 

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the Ford Motor Company is a Detroit, Michigan- based automotive company, with a rich and long legacy of building trucks, sedans, SUVs and more. Ford manufactures its Ranger and F-Series trucks all over the world. Ford also has other truck versions that are rebranded and redesigned for international sales.  You can find the origin of your Ford truck by the VIN (Vehicle Identification Number) located on the driver’s side door jamb. The Ford truck will feature a code letter that identifies which assembly plant the truck was built. 

The following are just some of the places where Ford trucks are built: 

  1. Dearborn Michigan (just right outside of Detroit, MI) 
  2. Oakville, Ontario 
  3. St. Paul, Minnesota 
  4. Claycomo, Missouri
  5. Louisville, Kentucky
  6. Edison, New Jersey 
  7. England 
  8. Vietnam
  9. Mexico
  10. Malaysia 
  11. Argentina 
  12. England

North America Ford Plants 

The Wayne, Michigan plant manufactured the Ford F-Series truck for 50 years – and stopped in 2007. In 2004, the Ford plant located in Claycomo, Missouri, manufactured 490,000 trucks. Ford endured a decrease in the manufacturing of the F-Series truck. What was 869,001 trucks sold back in 1999 diminished to 515,513 trucks in 2008. In 2010, Ford even contemplated closing its St. Paul, Minnesota, assembly plant and also getting rid of the Ranger. But executives decided to extend the production of the vehicle due to sales being better than expected and sales outpacing the rest of the market. 


South Africa and a Shirking Work Force 

There was a time that Ford thought about keeping the production of the Ranger afloat by moving a plant to Thailand for its production. But Ford later decided against the idea, because of high tariffs. In 2009, Ford also thought about building an assembly plant in South Africa. 


As time progressed, Ford made the hard decision to lay off 20% of its work force, due to lackluster sales. So, in 2006, they announced that plants in Mexico, Canada and the U.S. would be closing. 

Where Is The Ford F 150 Manufactured?

Every Ford F-150 is manufactured in Dearborn, Michigan (just minutes away from Detroit) at Ford's Dearborn Truck Plant. The Kansas City Assembly Plant in Claycomo, Missouri is also home to Ford’s production of the F-150.  


Where Are Ford Trucks Made 2020?

The year 2020 has been a difficult year for just about every person on the planet. The COVID-19 pandemic has shifted so much of our daily lives and such is true for Ford (and all vehicle manufacturers.) But in May of 2020, Ford announced that the Kentucky and Dearborn plants would once again be back up and running after being shut down, due to COVID-19. With a band new lease on production, consumers can count on the 2021 F-150 manufactured in 2020 and available in the autumn season of 2020. Click here to learn more about the North American plants that are ready to produce Ford trucks! 

Is Ford More American Than Chevy?

The top four popular 2009 model trucks that can be designated as “most American” include the: 

  1. The Chevy Silverado 
  2. The Dodge Ram 
  3. The Ford F-250 
  4. Toyota Tundra 

So, as you can see, the Ford-250 can be found on the list as an “American truck”! 

The 2020 Ford F-250 offers: 

  • a Diesel V8 engine that generates tremendous torque and power and torque
  • Lots of payload and tow capacity
  • An aluminum body that helps to reduce overall weight for enhanced efficiency
  • Expansive cab space
  • Convenient amenities and an array technology options for drivers and more! 

Where Is The 2020 Ford F 150 Built?

Ford manufactures the 2020 F-150 in both Missouri and Michigan. Brand new for 2002, the Ford-150 offers an extensive engine that is available in lower trims. Ford also added a 10-speed automatic transmission- which comes standard with all Ford engines. Truck can also seat up to six people comfortably and has up to 450 horsepower. 


Cool Facts About The Ford Assembly Plants 

Have you ever wondered about goes on in some of the Ford plants world-wide? Check out some of the most interesting facts about the signature Ford assembly plants! 

Ford Argentina – Pacheco Stamping and Assembly

  1. The plant employs just a bit over 3,000 people. 
  2. The faciltiy opened its doors back in 1961. 
  3. Its current Ford vehicle products include the Ford Ranger and the Ford Focus. 

Ford Canada – Oakville Assembly Plant

  1. This plant opened in 1953. 
  2. The current work force is about 3,600. 
  3. Its size in acres is about 487. 
  4. Current products in production here include the Ford Nautilus and the Ford Edge. 

Ford China – JMC Xiaolan Assembly Plant

  1. Current products produced here include the Transit Classic & the Transit 
  2. This plant opened its doors back in 2013 
  3. The size of this plant in acreage is about 320 
  4. There are currently 1,660 employees who work in this plant. 

North American Plants 

Ford Dearborn Truck Plant

  1. This plant is located in Dearborn, Michigan, which is a city just minutes away from Detroit. 
  2. The approximate number of current employees is approximately 4,400 
  3. Roughly 4,200 of these employees are hourly. 
  4. The plant opened back in 2004. 
  5. Current vehicles in production include the Ford F150 and the Ford Raptor 

Ford Kansas City Assembly Plant

  1. This plant opened its doors back in 1951. 
  2. The plant is located in Claycomo, Missouri.
  3. The approximate current number of employees is about 7,250. 
  4. Roughly 6,900 of these employees are hourly employees. 
  5. Current Ford products being manufactured include the Ford Transit and the Ford F-150. 

Ford Kentucky Truck Plant

  1. The assembly plant is located in Louisville, KY. 
  2. There are about 8,920 employees with about 8,620 being hourly. 
  3. Current Ford vehicles manufactured there include the Lincoln Navigator, the Ford Expedition & the Ford F-250–F-550 Super Duty Trucks.  
  4. The plant opened its doors back in 1969. 

Click here to read more about the global Ford plants! 

Where Is The Largest Ford Plant?

Ford's biggest plant is the Kansas City Assembly Plant- which was originally, a military production plant back in 1951. The Ford Motor Company manufactures more out of the Kansas City plant than any other car manufacturing plant in the U.S.! 

Where Is Ford’s Main Headquarters?

You can find Ford’s main global headquarters in Dearborn, Michigan.  The headquarters was built back in the 50s during the height of U.S. automotive optimism- and the world had a “need for speed.” If you ever come to Dearborn, be sure that you take the time to visit the historic Henry Ford Museum, Fair Lane’s Henry Ford personal estate and the Henry Ford Centennial Library


Ford Prepares Manufacturing of the 2021 F-150 – Buyers Are Placing Orders 

Ford ended its 2020 manufacturing year rolling out the final 2020 Ford F-150 trucks- and begin a shift to building the 2021 models. In late 2020, Ford executives flew from Detroit to Kansas City for the preparation of the 2021 trucks. Ford autoworkers began the end of the 2020 models and started their retooling for the 2021 trucks. 


Gerald Kariem who serves as vice president and director of the UAW Ford Department was quoted by the Detroit Free Press as stating: “The F-150 is not just a launch — it will be a dominant part of American culture. And we are proud to be building it.” 


As a signature vehicle for Ford, reports add that customers who leased the Ford-150, are extending those leases with the hopes of seeing the all new 2021 F-150. According to Mohamad “Catfish” Baidoun a Detroit-area Ford salesman, “Customers are extending their leases and waiting for the new F-150.” 


As excitement builds around the 2021 Ford F-150 prototypes of the vehicle were produced in late September of 2020. Additional reports indicate that the Ford plant in Claycomo, Missouri, will begin its work in late October.  Ford plants to make early builds of the 2021 Ford F-150 will evaluate durability and quality. Consumers can expect to pay anywhere between about $30,000 and $75,000 (give or take a few hundred dollars “here and there”) for the all new 2021 F-150. Consumers can also expect to see the 2021 Ford F 150 in dealerships by the end of 2020. 


When Will The Electric Ford F-150 Pickup Go On Sale? 

The electric vehicle counterpart to the Ford F150 is creating excitement for consumers as well. The vehicle will have a price tag of about $55,00 and offer the following: 

  • Stellar torque acceleration and horsepower, that outpaces any F-150 before. 
  • An ability to haul heavy trailers. 
  • A production date set for mid-2022. 
  • Repair and maintenance costs that are anticipated to be over 40% lower, due to the vehicle’s electric powertrain & more! 

Where Will The Electric Ford F-150 Be Manufactured? 

In a statement by Ford, manufacturing for the completely electric F-150 will begin in the middle of 2022. And the vehicle will be manufactured at the Ford Rouge plant located in Dearborn, Michigan. Consumers can expect it to hit dealerships soon afterwards. 

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