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While the cab and box are aluminum, the F-150 is still one tough truck. The frame is made from high-strength steel for durability, enabling towing of up to 12,200 lb and a max payload of 3270 lb. Cab styles include regular, SuperCab and SuperCrew; boxes are 5.5, 6.5, or 8 ft. The base engine is a 3.5-liter V-6; optional engines are a 2.7-liter EcoBoost V-6 or 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6, and a 5.0-liter V-8. A six-speed automatic is standard on all, as is rear-drive; all-wheel drive is optional.
The lack of full rear doors reminded us why the larger trucks have become so popular: We had to move the passenger seat up to comfortably fit an adult in the back seat. It’s not as tight as we remember extended cabs to be, but still no comparison to the limolike splendor of having four real doors.
Taking mass out of any truck while maintaining its payload capacity poses a challenge for chassis engineers. This F-150 carries up to 1626 pounds of people and stuff, which represents a 36-percent increase in mass over its unladen self. The rated payload capacity is 1740 pounds, with a gross vehicle weight rating of 6500 pounds. With such a large loaded-to-unloaded ratio, we expected the ride to be compromised, but it isn’t. Potholes and speed bumps induce no head toss, and the steering is uncharacteristically accurate for a truck. In fact, all of this F-150’s on-road behavior is carlike by truck standards.