2016 Ford F-150XLT - SiriusXM - $217.57 B/W
Stock No:BAT5353B
Odometer:31,542 km
Condition:Used
Exterior:White
Transmission:Automatic
Engine:282HP 3.5L V6 Cylinder Engine
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Fuel (L/100km):City 13.9Hwy 10.5
Make no mistake, every square inch is detailed to cheat the wind, to make it easier to extract every possible tenth of a mile per gallon from a classically styled pickup truck
- The Car Connection
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SiriusXM, Remote Keyless Entry, Steering Wheel Audio Controls, Cruise Control, SYNC!

We hand select every vehicle we purchase, offering our clients the best in value, and quality. All vehicles come with an additional $695 Documentation fee. Fraser Valley Pre-Owned will match or beat every one of our competitors prices!

Hot Deal! We've marked this unit down $2500 from its regular price of $35895. Canadians are on track in 2016 to buy more F150's than at any point in history. This stat alone has to get you wanting to see in person what all the hype is about. This 2016 Ford F-150 is for sale today in Abbotsford.

The F-150 features continues this year with an industry first all aluminum body. Combining high strength, military grade, aluminum alloy with high strength steel has created a lean machine that is heavy on capability. It's built for life in the hardest work environment but creates a light footprint and yet is designed to be a modern luxury daily driver.This crew cab 4X4 pickup has 31542 kms. It's white in colour. It has a 6 speed auto transmission and is powered by a 282HP 3.5L V6 Cylinder Engine. This vehicle also has the following features: Siriusxm, Remote Keyless Entry, Steering Wheel Audio Controls, Cruise Control, Sync. It has some remaining factory warranty for added peace of mind.

Our F-150's trim level is XLT. The XLT for 2016 has improved style, appearance and dependability making it one of the best trucks around. It comes standard with features power windows, power locks, remote keyless entry and SiriusXM satellite radio. Steering wheel audio controls, fog lamps, power mirrors and chrome front and rear bumpers also come on this impressive truck giving you everthing you could want and more.
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The 2016 Ford F-150 has set itself apart from the competition by rethinking the entire segment and offering an all-aluminum body on all of its models to reduce the curb weight while maintaining both the payload and the towing values associated with a full-size pickup truck. The all-aluminum body and pickup box shaves up to 700 lb. from the curb weight and the availability of four efficient gasoline engines paired to a 6-speed automatic transmission provides remarkable fuel economy.

The F-150 is available with three cab styles (regular, super and crew) with either a 4x2 or 4x4 drive train and three pickup box lengths. Six distinct trims are offered depending on the cab style and they include the XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum and the new for 2016 Limited. All of these trims offer an impressive array of standard equipment but are further enhanced by optional equipment packages. The exterior of the F-150 presents a more aggressive appearance with the arrangement of the bold grille and headlight configuration. The new exterior pays homage to the rugged Atlas concept vehicle. The four engine choices available on the F-150 include a 283-hp 3.5-liter flex-fuel V6, a 325-hp 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6, a 365-hp 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 and a 385-hp 5.0-liter flex-fuel V8. The new 2.7-liter engine includes stop/start technology and active grill shutters are available with all engine choices to further improve fuel economy. Features that are available on the various F-150 models include Active Park Assist, Blind Spot and Cross-Traffic Alert, adaptive cruise control with collision mitigation, inflatable rear safety belts, stowable loading ramps, LED headlights and pickup box lights, a revised tailgate step, a remote tailgate release and a twin panel moonroof on the SuperCrews.

For 2016, the Ford F-150 offers a new Limited model that epitomizes luxury with its impressive array of standard features. Aside from new exterior color choices for 2016, SYNC® with MyFord Touch® is replaced with SYNC® 3, a CNG/propane engine-prep package is available for the 5.0-liter engine, a segment exclusive Pro Trailer Backup Assist option is offered and two Special Edition Packages are available for the XLT and Lariat trims.

Introduction

Ford went radically lean when it redesigned the Ford F-150 for 2015, giving its ever-popular full-size pickup an aluminum-intensive body.Visual appearance didn't change much, considering the dramatic re-skinning.Though the big pickup remains upright in profile, the F-150 lost 500 pounds or more.

For 2016, Ford F-150 gets a new SYNC 3 infotainment to replace the much-criticized MyFordTouch.Formerly a separate model, the off-road-focused FX4 is now an option package.Otherwise, little has changed for 2016.

The F-150 has been the top-selling vehicle in the U.S.for ages, up against its perennial rivals: Chevrolet Silverado, GMC Sierra, Ram 1500, plus Toyota Tundra and Nissan Titan.

Nothing appears to have been diminished by going light, and Ford's 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 is especially impressive.However, some voice concern about the cost of repairing the aluminum body.

In the aluminum generation, Ford is focusing on turbocharged EcoBoost engines.One V8 remains, plus three V6 engines (two of them twin-turbo).Making 283 horsepower, the basic 3.5-liter V6 permits towing up to 7,600 pounds.The optional 2.7-liter turbo V6 produces 325 horsepower and 375 pound-feet of torque, for an 8,500-pound towing capacity.

Stepping up a big notch, a 365-horsepower, 3.5-liter EcoBoost twin-turbo V6, eking out 420 pound-feet, raises the peak towing figure to 12,200 pounds.Ford's familiar 5.0-liter V8 delivers 385 horsepower and 387 pound-feet of torque.

All engines mate with a 6-speed automatic transmission.F-150 pickups come with either rear-drive or four-wheel drive.

Nearly all F-150 buyers opt for a SuperCab or a SuperCrew, with four full-size front-hinged doors.Regular-cab models remain, but are mainly aimed at fleet duty.

Plenty of safety technology is available, including a second-row inflatable seatbelt and Curve Control for braking assistance.An F-150 can be equipped with blind-spot monitoring and adaptive cruise control.A lane-keeping system nudges the truck back into its lane when sensors detect crossing of the double-yellow line.New optional Pro Trailer Backup Assist simplifies backing into a driveway or boat launch.That system performs the actual steering.

Ford's Super Crew earned a five-star overall crash-test rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).An optional camera set provides a 360-degree view around the truck, helpful for parking or easing into a garage.

Lineup

The 2016 Ford F-150 lineup has been scaled down to XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, and Platinum.

F-150 XL is available with any cargo bed or cab, and the base V6 is available for SuperCrew.Standard equipment includes 17-inch wheels, manual windows and locks, AM/FM stereo, vinyl floor, manual air conditioning, and tilt/telescopic steering wheel.F-150 XLT adds CD player, cruise control, power windows and locks, cloth front seats, and SYNC.

F-150 Lariat comes with turbocharged 2.7-liter V6 or 5.0-liter V8 engine.Standard are leather-trimmed and heated front seats, satellite radio, rearview camera, pushbutton start, power-adjustable pedals.

F-150 King Ranch is Crew Cab only, with a shorter bed and V8, or with 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 optional.Features posh leather, heated/cooled front seats, inflatable rear seatbelts, Sony audio, navigation, rear parking sensors, and remote tailgate release.

Platinum edition has LED headlights, blind-spot monitors, power running boards, remote start, remote tailgate release, rear parking sensors, and 20-inch wheels.

Walkaround

When the F-150 was redesigned for 2015, Ford downplayed the dramatic aluminum body by retaining an angular look and deleting the prior F-150's curves.The body and cargo bed are made of aluminum panels glued and riveted together.All that aluminum sits atop a ladder frame, made mostly of high-strength steel.

Led by its tall grille and faired-back headlights, the F-150 continues to convey a definitively tough-truck character.Rectangular headlight inserts recall early F-Series pickups.A beveled hood helps send air across the roof.

SuperCab and SuperCrew body styles come with a five-foot-six, six-foot-six, or eight-foot cargo bed.Helpful features are available, led by loading ramps that lock into bedsides, and a BoxLink system to divide and anchor cargo, and a slide-out tailgate.

Interior

Roomy up front, the F-150 benefits from two extra inches of width compared to previous models.Regular-cab pickups provide scant space behind the front seats.SuperCabs are basically for younger folks; but rear seats flip up against the back wall, yielding helpful cargo storage space on the flat floor.Legroom is ample and the recline is satisfying in the back seat of a SuperCrew, but seat cushions are a bit low.

In most versions, a wide, deep console sits between the front seats.It's big enough to hold a laptop.More hard buttons than in past F-Series pickups operate the F-150's infotainment functions.Controls seem intended for drivers with big hands, which makes sense for a practical pickup.Platinum models can now have genuine wood trim.

Driving Impression

Ride quality and handling prowess haven't changed substantially with the new aluminum body, but the reduced weight clearly helps isolation from the road surface.

F-150 occupants can expect excellent ride comfort and a substantial feel.A 2016 F-150 Platinum model we drove smoothed out bumpy neighborhood roads, delivering a ride that Super Duty owners can only dream about.Electric power steering is quick and light, handily complementing this truck's admirable road manners.

A V6 F-150 is quiet while cruising.One oddity: simulated V8 noise is sent into the cab, to satisfy owners who simply can't bear to be without the sound of eight cylinders.

Despite its traditional separate body, an F-150 exhibits excellent composure.In fact, even though an F-150 looks tough, it's among the best-handling big pickups.Ride control suggests a capable sedan, at least when rolling at moderate speeds.Pushed harder, not quite so much.

The 2.7-liter V6 engine works well with Ford's 6-speed automatic.Acceleration is energetic and smooth, the turbocharger heard faintly under acceleration.Ford's Stop/Start setup is among the best, practically seamless when it's time for the engine to restart.EPA-estimated fuel economy is a comparatively thrifty 19/26 mpg City/Highway (22 mpg Combined) with that engine and two-wheel drive.

Quite a difference from the V8 version, EPA-estimated at only 15/21 mpg.

Summary

Five trims, three body styles, three bed lengths, four engines.Plus a host of available options give the Ford F-150 a lot to choose from.Prudent purchasing suggests considering one of the lesser trim levels, such as an XLT or Lariat, since a King Ranch and Platinum can easily top $60,000.In our view, the 2.7-liter twin-turbo is worth the additional cost.

Driving impressions by Bengt Halvorson, The Car Connection.James M.Flammang contributed to this report.

Introduction

Ford went radically lean when it redesigned the Ford F-150 for 2015, giving its ever-popular full-size pickup an aluminum-intensive body.Visual appearance didn't change much, considering the dramatic re-skinning.Though the big pickup remains upright in profile, the F-150 lost 500 pounds or more.

For 2016, Ford F-150 gets a new SYNC 3 infotainment to replace the much-criticized MyFordTouch.Formerly a separate model, the off-road-focused FX4 is now an option package.Otherwise, little has changed for 2016.

The F-150 has been the top-selling vehicle in the U.S.for ages, up against its perennial rivals: Chevrolet Silverado, GMC Sierra, Ram 1500, plus Toyota Tundra and Nissan Titan.

Nothing appears to have been diminished by going light, and Ford's 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 is especially impressive.However, some voice concern about the cost of repairing the aluminum body.

In the aluminum generation, Ford is focusing on turbocharged EcoBoost engines.One V8 remains, plus three V6 engines (two of them twin-turbo).Making 283 horsepower, the basic 3.5-liter V6 permits towing up to 7,600 pounds.The optional 2.7-liter turbo V6 produces 325 horsepower and 375 pound-feet of torque, for an 8,500-pound towing capacity.

Stepping up a big notch, a 365-horsepower, 3.5-liter EcoBoost twin-turbo V6, eking out 420 pound-feet, raises the peak towing figure to 12,200 pounds.Ford's familiar 5.0-liter V8 delivers 385 horsepower and 387 pound-feet of torque.

All engines mate with a 6-speed automatic transmission.F-150 pickups come with either rear-drive or four-wheel drive.

Nearly all F-150 buyers opt for a SuperCab or a SuperCrew, with four full-size front-hinged doors.Regular-cab models remain, but are mainly aimed at fleet duty.

Plenty of safety technology is available, including a second-row inflatable seatbelt and Curve Control for braking assistance.An F-150 can be equipped with blind-spot monitoring and adaptive cruise control.A lane-keeping system nudges the truck back into its lane when sensors detect crossing of the double-yellow line.New optional Pro Trailer Backup Assist simplifies backing into a driveway or boat launch.That system performs the actual steering.

Ford's Super Crew earned a five-star overall crash-test rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).An optional camera set provides a 360-degree view around the truck, helpful for parking or easing into a garage.

Walkaround

When the F-150 was redesigned for 2015, Ford downplayed the dramatic aluminum body by retaining an angular look and deleting the prior F-150's curves.The body and cargo bed are made of aluminum panels glued and riveted together.All that aluminum sits atop a ladder frame, made mostly of high-strength steel.

Led by its tall grille and faired-back headlights, the F-150 continues to convey a definitively tough-truck character.Rectangular headlight inserts recall early F-Series pickups.A beveled hood helps send air across the roof.

SuperCab and SuperCrew body styles come with a five-foot-six, six-foot-six, or eight-foot cargo bed.Helpful features are available, led by loading ramps that lock into bedsides, and a BoxLink system to divide and anchor cargo, and a slide-out tailgate.

Interior

Roomy up front, the F-150 benefits from two extra inches of width compared to previous models.Regular-cab pickups provide scant space behind the front seats.SuperCabs are basically for younger folks; but rear seats flip up against the back wall, yielding helpful cargo storage space on the flat floor.Legroom is ample and the recline is satisfying in the back seat of a SuperCrew, but seat cushions are a bit low.

In most versions, a wide, deep console sits between the front seats.It's big enough to hold a laptop.More hard buttons than in past F-Series pickups operate the F-150's infotainment functions.Controls seem intended for drivers with big hands, which makes sense for a practical pickup.Platinum models can now have genuine wood trim.

Driving Impression

Ride quality and handling prowess haven't changed substantially with the new aluminum body, but the reduced weight clearly helps isolation from the road surface.

F-150 occupants can expect excellent ride comfort and a substantial feel.A 2016 F-150 Platinum model we drove smoothed out bumpy neighborhood roads, delivering a ride that Super Duty owners can only dream about.Electric power steering is quick and light, handily complementing this truck's admirable road manners.

A V6 F-150 is quiet while cruising.One oddity: simulated V8 noise is sent into the cab, to satisfy owners who simply can't bear to be without the sound of eight cylinders.

Despite its traditional separate body, an F-150 exhibits excellent composure.In fact, even though an F-150 looks tough, it's among the best-handling big pickups.Ride control suggests a capable sedan, at least when rolling at moderate speeds.Pushed harder, not quite so much.

The 2.7-liter V6 engine works well with Ford's 6-speed automatic.Acceleration is energetic and smooth, the turbocharger heard faintly under acceleration.Ford's Stop/Start setup is among the best, practically seamless when it's time for the engine to restart.EPA-estimated fuel economy is a comparatively thrifty 19/26 mpg City/Highway (22 mpg Combined) with that engine and two-wheel drive.

Quite a difference from the V8 version, EPA-estimated at only 15/21 mpg.

Summary

Five trims, three body styles, three bed lengths, four engines.Plus a host of available options give the Ford F-150 a lot to choose from.Prudent purchasing suggests considering one of the lesser trim levels, such as an XLT or Lariat, since a King Ranch and Platinum can easily top $60,000.In our view, the 2.7-liter twin-turbo is worth the additional cost.

Driving impressions by Bengt Halvorson, The Car Connection.James M.Flammang contributed to this report.

Lineup

The 2016 Ford F-150 lineup has been scaled down to XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, and Platinum.

F-150 XL is available with any cargo bed or cab, and the base V6 is available for SuperCrew.Standard equipment includes 17-inch wheels, manual windows and locks, AM/FM stereo, vinyl floor, manual air conditioning, and tilt/telescopic steering wheel.F-150 XLT adds CD player, cruise control, power windows and locks, cloth front seats, and SYNC.

F-150 Lariat comes with turbocharged 2.7-liter V6 or 5.0-liter V8 engine.Standard are leather-trimmed and heated front seats, satellite radio, rearview camera, pushbutton start, power-adjustable pedals.

F-150 King Ranch is Crew Cab only, with a shorter bed and V8, or with 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 optional.Features posh leather, heated/cooled front seats, inflatable rear seatbelts, Sony audio, navigation, rear parking sensors, and remote tailgate release.

Platinum edition has LED headlights, blind-spot monitors, power running boards, remote start, remote tailgate release, rear parking sensors, and 20-inch wheels.
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