Cargo and Towing

The Ford F-150 is one of the most popular pickup trucks on the market and is known for its impressive cargo and towing capacity. This impressive performance is one of the primary reasons why the F-150 has been a favorite among both workers and individuals for many years.

Pro Trailer Backup Assist

There is no getting away from the fact that reversing with a trailer quickly becomes a challenge. But with the F-150, thanks to Ford's Pro Trailer Backup Assist technology, it's no more difficult than turning a knob on the dashboard. Just enter information about your trailer in the car and the rear camera will track the trailer's position, and you just need to turn the knob in the direction you want the trailer to go. The Ford F-150 itself will steer you right.

Onboard scales

The F-150 is the first pickup truck with built-in sensors that calculate how heavy a load you have on the truck bed. You can see the weight on the large screen inside the passenger compartment, or through LED lights on the taillights that show the weight while you are loading the car. This way you always know that your load is evenly distributed and that you do not have more on the bed than your car can handle.

Electrically controlled tailgate

The tailgate of the F-150 folds up and down with a button on the key, with the button on the tailgate or from inside the cabin. Inside the tailgate there is also an extra step that folds out so you can easily get on the bed. Because even at work in a pickup, it's actually okay to be comfortable sometimes, too.

Smart Hitch

Can a towbar really be smart? We would say that it can. Thanks to the Smart Hitch system, the towbar on the F-150 has sensors that read the ball pressure from the glove on the trailer and calculate whether you have loaded the trailer with the correct weight distribution. A properly loaded trailer is very important for safety while driving, and the Ford F-150 helps you load correctly.