Ford F150 is available in more sizes than you can shake a rather big stick at it looks the part and has a stupidly large engine to haul its huge weight around. The lineup includes the Regular Cab, (a single row of occupant seating and rearward-swinging access doors that reveal a behind-seat storage area up to 13 inches wide), the Super Cab (a two-door extended cab version featuring a second row of seating accessed by two rearward-swinging doors), and the Super Crew (a crew cab that features two rows of seating and four forward-swinging full-size doors). All models offer an optional 5.4-liter SOHC Triton V-8 engine that puts out 260 horsepower and 350 lb.-ft. of torque. Manufacturers don't bring out performance figures for trucks, but if on-the-road experience counts for anything, you don't have to hide from anyone in this thing. Four-wheel Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) is standard on all F-150 models.
Those are just few of the Ford F150 parts that contribute to the overall performance of the Ford F150. Some surprising options are also available, making the F-150 suitable for a far greater range of people and yes, even city dwellers. These include adjustable foot pedals (a plus for smaller drivers) and a keyless entry keypad that allows you to easily lock or unlock the vehicle if you don't have your keys or electronic key fob. A reverse sensing system, which is especially useful if you opt to mount a camper shell on the truck, is also available. So is a very worthwhile mirror package that contains heated exterior mirrors with integrated turn signals, plus a neat auto-dimming interior rearview mirror.
Ford F150 provides an entirely unique driving experience in a full-size pickup. The steering is crisp and direct, the ride is plush yet controlled, and the braking is strong and assured. Ford has applied its expertise in driving dynamics to the best-selling automobile in the world, and the result is a pickup truck that is responsive, confident while towing and tough and capable off-road.