2013 Ford F-150 Limited trim review and pictures

Posted on Wednesday, 30 January 2013 , 00:01:04 byAlina

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Ford F-150 Limited trim

We will now turn our attention towards the new Ford F-150. Actually towards a new model offered for the 2013 models year, the Limited Trim. The carmaker offers a lot of variants to suit any need and the Limited trim stands above the already well-known Platinum model.

The Americans have established a starting price of $52.895 for the Ford F-150 Limited and this price makes it the most expensive half-ton Ford truck available on the market now. The engineers have focused their attention towards the options available as optional. Here we have to mention White Platinum Metallic Tri-Coat paint priced at $495, a pickup bed extender priced at $250 and a tailgate step priced at $375. The list continues with spray-in bed liner that will cost the buyer $475 and ends with the delivery charge, priced at $995. The final price reaches not less than $55.045.

To transfer the output to the road, the engineers have offered polished 22-inch aluminum wheels. These are 2-inches larger than the ones fitted on the Platinum model. Moving on, we can also see the single-tip chrome exhaust, the bold three-bar grille and body-colored everything.

While the Platinum models is available with three engine choices and two bed lengths, the Limited can only be found fitted with the twin-turbocharged EcoBoost 3.5-liter V6 engine and 5.5-foot box. Both trims are available only for the 4-door SuperCrew cab style. There is no way of knowing why Ford used the EcoBoost only for the Limited, but it is not important. The engine is capable of generating 365 horsepower and 420 lb. ft. of torque. The EPA estimates indicate a fuel consumption of 17 mpg in the city and 21 mpg on the highway. The headlights on the model are segment-first HID lamps which are very powerful. You should also know the level of luxury is very high on the Ford F-150 Limited trim.
Source: autoblog