The Ford F-Series, including the workaday F-150, available in ten different models was the leading vehicle sold in 2012, with 645,316 units sold. Prices range from $23,670 for the XL to $36,275 for the Lariat to $$52,895 for the Limited. There is a model to fit almost any price range. EPA estimated mpg ranges from 17/23 city/highway on the V-6 engine models to 15/21 mpg city/highway on the V-8 engine models. As a full-size pickup, the F-150 can tow up to 11,300 lbs, and haul a maximum cargo payload of 3,120 lbs. When looking at the tough exterior and capabilities of the F-Series, it’s easy to forget about the comfortable interior and technology in the interior. Now available with SYNC with MyFord and MyFord Touch, this truck is there to help with more than just hauling and holding cargo; its technological innovation helps to be more productive and convenient.
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