2016 Ford F150 SuperCrew

Top of the class cab configuration always brings the most luxurious features. If truck lovers are not satisfied with stuff that Regular or Super cab are offering, they will be pleased by 2016 Ford F150 SuperCrew. Except XL, XLT and Lariat trims offered for other cab configurations, SuperCrew cab adds three more levels, including King Ranch, Platinum and Limited. With so many options, SuperCrew is superior pickup which probably can meet demands for all kind of truckers – these looking for higher or lower power, offering 4 engines, or these hi-tech lovers, with many features installed for different trims.

2016 Ford F150 SuperCrew front view

2016 Ford F150 SuperCrew – engines

All engines that have been prepared for new F150 truck could be found at SuperCrew cab. Entry levels are available with standard 3.5-l V6. There are also 2.7-l EcoBoost V6, huge 5.0-l V8 and finally 3.5-l EcoBoost V6. Biggest drivetrain, the V8 can deliver the most power in the lineup, with output of 385 horsepower and 387 pound-feet of torque, which is more than last year’s model. 2016 Ford F150 SuperCrew with 2.7-l can do 325 hp and 375 lb-ft of torque, while 3.5-l V6 produces 283 hp and 255 pound-feet of torque. Transmission is standard for all engines, a 6-speed automatic gearbox.

2016 Ford F150 SuperCrew rear view

2016 Ford F150 SuperCrew – towing

Transmission for this truck has tow/haul mode to set gear ratio when truck is more loaded. With this mode, 2016 Ford F150 SuperCrew can tow from just 1,700 lbs, up to 9,000 lbs. Limited edition model is not so functional as other trims, and hauling is not its duty. But, other trims are. The XL and XLT models can be loaded with 5,000 pounds. As for other cab configurations, Lariat can tow more, up to 7,600 lbs. This is not top performer, since Platinum and King Ranch trims can do better with 5.0-l V8. Total load limit for them is 9,100 pounds. The 2016 Ford F150 SuperCrew cab has four doors on its extended cabin. But, that causes shorter bed. This configuration is offered with short 5-1/2 feet and mid-size 6-1/2 feet bed. However, shorter cabs have extended, 8 feet bed.

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