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 utility, the competition is always scrambling to follow the leader, the Ford F-150.
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.