What features are different with the 2016 Ford F150 vs the 2015 Ford F150

2015 Ford F150 vs 2016 Ford F150

The 2016 Ford F-150 is made to easily pull a boat or trailer.

2016 Ford F150 vs 2015 Ford F150

The Ford F-series trucks have been and always will be some of the best, most capable, most reliable vehicles around, and for the new 2015 model year F150 models, drivers may have noticed an interesting change in terms of its body construction: it is made of aluminum.

Not just any kind of aluminum, but military-grade aluminum alloy, which reduces the vehicle’s overall weight by 700 pounds and increases efficiency and affordability.

2016 Ford F150 vs 2015 Ford F150 features, price

Simply turn a knob to steer your boat or trailer behind your vehicle.

Because the 2015 F150 was such a big hit, the 2016 F150 will be similar in terms of construction and design, but there will also be some differences that we already know of. When comparing the 2016 Ford F150 vs 2015 Ford F150, it is important to note that while the overall body construction will be made of the same aluminum materials, the 2016 Ford F150 will include more advanced technology and will be even further specially created for drivers who use the vehicle for work in the field.

For example, the 2016 Ford F150 comes with available strobe warning LED lights that enhance vehicle visibility wherever it is, which comes in handy especially for those in construction, utility work or municipal crews. These lights are visible up to 1,000 feet in the daylight and up to a mile away at night.

Another feature of the 2016 Ford F150 vs 2015 Ford F150 is the availability of propane fuel. the 2016 Ford F150 will now take natural gas or propane, making it the only light-duty pickup with this option.

The other new feature available with the 2016 Ford F150 that we love is the all-new pro trailer backup assist monitor that makes it easier for drivers to back up a trailer or a boat to a launch site or to park! This feature uses segment-first technology that gives customers the option to steer a trailer by simply turning a knob.

Find out more about the 2016 Ford F150 official release date in our blog!

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