While most auto manufacturers are busy pushing the top end line of the trucks, the 2017 Ford F-150 is focusing on the lower bracket and has launched the new STX trimline for the model.
Super duty trucks are versatile and are capable of performing a wide range of trucks. Getting you from one place to another is just the beginning. They pack of a lot of punch allowing the best towing capacity and can even be used to carry heavy items. They are usually favored by professionals and people in the moving industry. Ford is busy focusing on its average buyer segment but it’s good to see them focusing on the professional segment at the same time.
The STX trimline is now available on all variants irrespective of the body you pick. You can choose to have the trim on a super crew or the super cab. The models are powered by a 5.0-liter V8 engine, with options including 2.7-liter or 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 engine. The new trim level offered by Ford is designed to fill the gap between XLT and the XL trim levels. According to the company, the truck is being built with the motto to meet every purse and purpose. It is obviously priced on the affordable side yet is filled to the brim with features which are not usually found in the base model trucks.
When the 2017 Ford F-150 is upgraded with the STX trim, it will receive 20-inch machined aluminum wheels. The pockets are all painted dark gray while the front has a black billet look. Black mesh inserts are used throughout the car which efficiently contrasts the body color of the truck. The model uses black finish on the fog lights, rear bumpers and in the front fascia.
A powerful infotainment system is used in the model. The large 8-inch touchscreen display allows one to easily navigate through music, video among other functions. The vehicle supports both Apple Car Play and Android Auto. The side glasses are totally dark providing perfect privacy to those on board. The seats have lumbar support for right positioning and uses sporty black cloth to give it an exquisite finish.
Pricing for the STX trimline for 2017 Ford F-150 starts at $1,250. The pricing is slightly higher than the XL variant but has so many features added to it making the package a worthwhile purchase. Buyers can also experience exclusivity
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