1. Aluminum Body You used to need a luxury car to get this level of material construction. The new aluminum body lowers weight and adds strength to the F150. Ford durability and crash rating tests have great results because of this foundation of 2015, 2016, 2017 Xl, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch and Platinum models. Corrosion resistance is also high. In southern mississippi, you tend to see more salinity in the air due to the gulf coast air. For drivers in Gulfport MS and Picayune MS all the way up to Waynesboro MS and Richton MS, this aluminum body will handle that much better than some other metals.
2. EcoBoost Engines More fuel efficient engines lead to low gas mileage and a longer drive on a single tank of gas!
3. Electronic Display An easy to read and highly configurable display will light up your dashboard with the information you need for a safe and enjoyable ride in the F150.
4. Exterior Cameras In Meridian MS, Philadelphia MS, Jackson MS, and Laurel MS, there are plenty of obstacles along the road. There are plenty in your driveway as well! Exterior cameras used to be rare in the full-size truck segment. Ford offers new cameras in the FSeries. The F-Series introduced birds-eye-view, 360-degree camera technology on the new F-150. When your F150 is in close quarters, you can rely on visibility with this technology. You can be your own spotter when backing up to a trailer hitch with the guidelines available on F Series cameras.
5. Driver Assist The new F-150 offers blind-spot detection, lane-keeping assist, curve control, forward collision warning, radar cruise control, hill descent control and Ford's patented Active Park Assist system. Ford is first in equipping this kind of technology in trucks. If you’re exhausted with busy commutes in Kosciusko MS or Hattiesburg MS, this kind of tech can help eliminate some stress. Using the available Active Park Assist allows your F150 to arrive in a Jackson MS or Starkville MS parking space without apprehension.
6. LED Lighting Premier Ford LED headlights and taillights are now on the F150, meaning you can see what’s along the Columbus MS roads at night.
7. 170-Degree Doors Extended cabs have often been set in a class for the work truck on a budget. With wide opening doors, you can fit a crew in your truck and have your equipment loaded up with little frustration.
8. Cargo Flexibility The new F-150's cargo box will secure your equipment with a great feature in heavily-reinfoced inner panels. There are a variety of mounting/tie-down points for stowing your tailgate gear on the way to a Bulldogs, Golden Eagles or Rebels game.
9. Box Steps With Box Steps you can step up into your truck bed much easier than previous F150 models
10. Remote Tailgate And speaking of tailgating, why not just click your remote and automatically open that gate before you load up the grill into your F-150?