Power and Handling
2013 F-150 offers a line of four powerful and efficient engines, including the innovative EcoBoost® engine. Optional towing and payload packages, axle upgrades, and other available features let you outfit your F-150 for optimum power and handling.
F-150 comes in three cab configurations: Regular Cab, SuperCab, and the 4-door Super Crew, each with seating arrangements and cargo-carrying capacities to suit your exact need. And F-150 offers an impressive list of comfort and conveniences features, including Ford SYNC® plus the newly available MyFordTouch® system for 2013.
F-150 is tough and durable from the inside out. The available integrated tailgate step and box side steps make accessing, loading and organizing your cargo easy, while available side-mirror upgrades enhance safety and convenience.
F-150 comes with AdvanceTrac® with Roll Stability Control™,Safety Canopy® System with roll-fold side curtain airbags, and high-strength safety cage structure among its many standard safety features.
We've made outfitting your F-150 easy with tailored options packages.
Key Standard and Optional Features
Airbags - Safety Canopy® side curtains
The Safety Canopy System® includes side-curtain airbags for front and rear outboard passengers, a rollover sensor and roll-fold technology.
SYNC® with MyFord®
SYNC® with MyFord® helps keep your eyes on the road and your hands on the wheel.27 - Stay in touch with hands-free calling - Voice-control your music - 911 Assist® can call even if you can’t28 - Audible text messaging - Vehicle Health Report checkups - And that’s just for starters - SYNC® is standard in XLT, available in XL and STX. - SYNC with MyFord is standard in FX2, FX4 and SVT Raptor, optional in XLT. Includes a 4.2-inch display.
AdvanceTrac® with Roll Stability Control™ (RSC®)
Corner too quickly or swerve to avoid an object and Roll Stability Control™ automatically employs its two gyroscopic sensors to measure vehicle roll and turning rates, then selectively applies individual brakes and modifies engine power to help keep all four wheels firmly planted. And it all happens instantaneously, faster than you can blink an eye.*
- * Remember, even advanced technology cannot overcome the laws of physics. It’s always possible to lose control of a vehicle due to inappropriate driver input for the conditions.
Reverse Sensing System
The available Reverse Sensing System uses an audible signal to alert you to an obstacle up to six feet behind you when you’re slowly backing up. The alert sound becomes more frequent and louder the closer the vehicle gets to the object.