No one considers buying a truck without first looking at a Ford F-150

Today's F-150 represents a long history of quality that dates back to 1948. The F-150 is a full-size pickup truck that comes with different options and upgrades for any driver. The F-150 offers a variety of seating options that range from Single Cab to Super Cab. Ford also offers different trims and styles like the XLT, Lariat, and Platinum. Don't forget the F-150 Raptor which pushes the boundaries of technology and engineering.

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The Ford F-150: America's Bestselling Truck for 40 Years

The Ford F-150 has been recognized as America's bestselling truck for 40 years. Though, there's a reason for that. Available with three cab styles, three bed lengths and offering 13 exterior colors to choose from, the F-150 is the kind of truck that can be had any way you want it. Whether you're a plumber, electrician, or really any type of contractor, the F-150 makes for the ideal pick among this crowded segment.

Your Choice of Engine Under the Hood

Pop the hood and you'll find that this year's F-150 comes powered by a base 3.5-liter V-6. Rated at 282-horsepower and 253 pound-feet of torque, this engine comes ready to tow up to 7,600-pounds, and for those with their heart set on a V8? There's Ford's tried and true 5.0-liter. Churning out a full 385-horsepower, this engine is able to tow up to 10,100-pounds. For the ultimate in power and towing capabilities, choose the 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6. Rated at 375-horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque, this engine boasts a whopping 12,200-pounds of towing ability.

Driver Assist Features that Aim to Please

When owning a pickup, parking can often feel like an impossible task, especially when you've got a trailer in tow. Opt for Ford's new Pro Trailer Backup Assist though and you'll find that you can turn a knob in the direction you want the trailer to move. Sounds simple, right? Meanwhile, utilize the F-150's four exterior cameras, providing a 360-degree view around the vehicle, and you'll find that parking this full-size pickup is easier than you could have ever thought possible.

On the road, you'll find the F-150's adaptive cruise control system will intuitively maintain distance between your vehicle and the vehicle in front of you. This system will even warn if you're in danger of a collision and will automatically apply the vehicle's brakes to help prevent any imminent collisions. Other safety features worth opting for include Curve Control, a blind spot information system and a handy lane keeping assist system.

Visit our Showroom and Take the New Ford F-150 out for a Spin

Given the Ford F-150's many driver assist features and capabilities, no one could blame you for thinking of this year's model as a modern day Model T. After all, Henry Ford did sell the first iteration of this brawny pickup alongside the Model T. And like Ford's iconic Model T, the F-150 is able to perform a variety of different roles. Don't just take our team's word for it though. If you're interested in putting this pickup to the test for yourself, we invite you to visit our showroom in Provo, UT for a test drive.

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Larry H. Miller Ford Provo

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