Pro Trailer Back Up Assist, Heated Cloth Seats, Panoramic Sunroof, Remote Start, 8-Way Power Driver Seat, Power Adjustable Pedals, Rear Under-Seat Storage, Rearview Camera, Satellite Radio, Power Sliding Rear Window, Rear Parking Sensors, LED Bed Lighting, 110-Volt Power Outlet, Sync 3 Infotainment System With An 8-Inch Touchscreen and two USB ports, Trailer Tow Package, Step bars, Box Liner, Special Edition 20″ Premium Tarnished Dark-Painted Aluminum Wheels, 5.0L V8 engine, 6-speed SelectShift Automatic Transmission w/ Tow/Haul & Sport Modes, BoxLink with 4 Premium Locking Cleats and Only 104,200 kms
Huge array of features make this a seriously capable work truck, as well as a comfortable daily driver. F-150 SuperCrews have actually achieved the highest possible ratings with the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), earning it the “Top Safety Pick” award.
The interior is humongous and nicely built. The center console is huuuuuuuuge. Climate and audio systems have nice big knobs for control, and there’s tons of storage everywhere. There’s also tons of back-seat room. In terms of cargo and passenger space, ride quality, or overall refinement, the 2016 Ford F-150 doesn’t much let on that it’s radically different in construction than the pre-2015 model. And considering the weight savings and fuel-economy boost, that’s a good thing.
On SuperCrew F-150s, the rear seats have very good leg room and a perfect degree of recline. SuperCrew seats can fold up against the bed wall, too, and in four-door body styles and there’s under-seat storage that will secure some smaller, high-priced tools when the need arises.
Between the front seats, there’s a wide, deep center console with enough capacity to hold a laptop, in addition to the spaces it reserves for cell phones, drinks, pens and business cards. The driver and passenger both get a set of controls that are simplified and scaled to operate while wearing work gloves. The infotainment functions have direct, hard-button access to most key features.
Pro Trailer Backup Assist™ for the 2016 Ford F-150 is class first technology that makes the challenge of backing up a trailer easier than ever. At a crowded job site, into a garage, or almost anywhere. Leveraging advanced camera technology with electric power-assisted steering (EPAS), Ford engineers developed this trailer backing system and tested it for almost a decade. Along the way, 5 patents have been granted and another 10 patents are pending. To operate the system once programmed, rotate the control knob to indicate how much the system should turn the trailer. Pro Trailer Backup Assist then automatically steers the truck to turn the trailer the desired amount. The system may limit vehicle speed to enhance the comfort and control over a variety of road surfaces. The result: less time to back up a trailer with improved confidence. It even helps trailer-towing experts back a trailer by reducing time lost to manoeuvring mistakes.
Work truck, play truck, tow truck and muscle truck.