The new 2015 Ford F-150 XL comes with a quite a lot of surprising features and facilities. Ford F-150 is the best-sold still shaped domestic car in the US and deserves special attention while this market is concerned.
Exterior and Interior
Accessible in the new 2015 Ford F-150 XL is a twin pane power moon roof that now extends in excess of back seats. The 60/40 back seat now folds to disclose a storage bin under back seats, with a pull-out bin under the mid front seat of the 40/20/40 pattern for more storage option. The Super Crew currently offers accessible seating for 6 with power control and storage ability as well. The interior is line with accessible 110V/400W outlet that aids the truck present power for charging tools as well as battery chargers. How suitable!
Resembling past models, the 2015 Ford F-150 XL offers a big selection of body style and bed length so each owner could match their F-150 to their daily life. New trucks are accessible in Regular, SuperCab, as well as SuperCrew cab configuration, with more seat admittance in the SuperCrew while the SuperCab features a reverse-hinged back door design for simple loading.
Engine and Mileage of 2015 Ford F-150 XL
Stick with that fuel-economy-focused subject, the 3.7-liter V-6 engine from the preceding generation get replaced with a lesser 3.5-liter base engine while offering alike power figures because of the light weight body. Slotted beyond that base engine is a 2.7-liter Eco Boost V-6 engine, which we anticipate will tow plus haul more, however perhaps be less competent than the base V-6. The 3.5-liter Eco Boost V-6 from the preceding generation as well carries over from the 2014 model.
Price and Release Date of 2015 Ford F-150 XL
Prices should not change much and all models would be accessible for among $25,000 and $51,000. Though, prices could be adjusted because of the big number of power trains, cabin option and accessible equipment. However, this is simply rumor and gossip, while we talk regarding price particulars. When first particulars appear, we would publish.
The F-150 answers the majority of the short-term question concerning how aluminum could make a huge difference in truck as it is doing in cars. It outpaces the precedent Ford trucks on approximately each specification–it’s quieter, it could tow more, as well as it promises to be added fuel-competent. The long-term riddles–repair cost, insurance rate, real-world fuel economy–are one we will keep revisiting as the 2015 Ford F-150 XL roll out to showroom late this year.