Industry firsts on SuperCrew are rear child-seat tethers, a rear-seat power point and power-adjustable brake and accelerator pedals, all standard. Other standard SuperCrew features include privacy glass for the rear doors and backlight, four-wheel anti-lock brakes, air conditioning, power windows and locks, aluminum wheels, and on the 4x4 model, electronic shift on the fly. Major attributes of the new F-150 SuperCrew include a cab that is 12 inches longer than the F-150 SuperCab, providing best-in-class rear-seat roominess; four conventional doors for the easiest entry and egress of all the pickups available in the U. A unique evolution of the Ford 150 pickup, the F-150 SuperCrew provides the comfort and interior package of a heavy-duty CrewCab truck with the versatility, ride, handling and garageability of the light-duty SuperCab pickup. F-Series trucks are built at Ford assembly plants in Kansas City, Missouri, Norfolk, Virginia, Oakville, and Ontario; and for Super Duty only, Lousville, Kentucky. .
Sales and Manufacturing Ford sold 836,629 F-Series pickups in the United States in 1998 making F-Series the No. The F-150's 2,385-pound maximum payload rating also is best-in-class for a half-ton pickup and the 4x2 regular cab model's 8,500-pound maximum tow rating is tops in its class. The Triton V-8 engine line features 100,000-mile tune-up intervals and a fail-safe cooling strategy to protect engines from seizing in the event of coolant loss. For improved functionality of the pickup bed, a Bed Extender will be introduced soon after the vehicle launch. Standard engine for the F-150 SuperCrew is Ford's highly dependable, smooth and powerful 4. F-150 natural gas, bi-fuel natural gas and bi-fuel propane vehicles will continue to be available.
An optional power glass moonroof with a unique overhead console is also available. . . . . . .
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