Toughness isn’t the only feature that has made the Ford F-150 part of Canada’s best selling line of trucks for the last 53 years. Out on the road, every F-150 stands out from the competition with its unique rugged style, which you can enhance with a custom appearance package.
Whether you drive an F-150 for work or recreation, F-150 offers a six-engine lineup with the performance you need. Naturally aspirated V8 gas powerplants with advanced twin-independent variable cam timing. Turbocharged and port-fuel/direct-injected (PFDI) gas EcoBoost® V6 engines. And the 3.0L Power Stroke® Turbo Diesel.
The available 360-Degree Camera with split-view display uses four cameras — one in the grille, tailgate and under each of the side-view mirrors. The system lets you see all sides of the truck by stitching the images together and displaying them on a centre stack screen. It’s useful when manoeuvring in tight spaces and on trails. Also helpful is dynamic hitch assist that provides a dynamic sight line to help direct your hitch ball to the trailer coupler.
The Ford F-150 makes tough tasks look easy, whether you’re on the job or heading out on a weekend of recreation. F-150 outperforms every other truck in its class when hauling cargo in the bed*, and has up to 13,200 lbs. of available towing. F-150 is ahead when making your life easy as well, with features available on no other half-ton pickup*. Among them: the innovative available Pro Trailer Backup Assist™ and BoxLink.™ It’s no wonder that, when it comes to capability and
F-150 offers standard trailer sway control, part of AdvanceTrac® with Roll Stability Control™ (RSC)® . Plus available features, including Pro Trailer Backup Assist™ , which synchronizes truck and trailer while backing up; dynamic hitch assist with a line-of-sight guide that directs the hitch ball to the trailer receiver; Smart Trailer Tow Connector with alerts to trailer connectivity issues and lighting problems; 8" productivity screen that displays trailer information; factory-installed trailer brake controller that synchronizes truck and trailer brakes; and BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System) with trailer coverage that alerts when a vehicle is in your blind spot or alongside the trailer.
Backing up a trailer involves navigating two vehicles at the same time — the truck going one way and the trailer going another. Whether you’re a novice or a seasoned pro at this often-tricky manoeuvre, the class-exclusive* available Pro Trailer Backup Assist™ makes it as easy as turning a knob. Simply rotate the knob left or right in the direction you want the trailer to go. F-150 is the first pickup truck to offer this breakthrough feature.