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The Ford F-150 has been the best selling vehicle in the U.

S. for 32 years and the best selling truck for 42 years! While the design has changed over the course of half a decade, the American automaker remains true to the F-150′s legacy of offering power, style and affordability. It’s this unique combination that keeps drivers coming back for their new truck purchases.

But there’s a dark side to the company’s upcoming 2015 F-150 model: according industry analysts, drivers can expect a 10% hike in their insurance premiums when driving this vehicle. 10% may not seem like a huge amount, but that comes to roughly $150/year on a $1,500/year premium. So, why is the 2015 Ford F-150 causing such a fuss among insurance companies?

 



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