Base XLT includes the new 3.5-liter Ecoboost V6, a six-speed automatic and rear-wheel drive. Other standard equipment includes SYNC, rear parking sensors, rear air conditioning, 4.2-inch center display, USB input, satellite radio, power-adjustable pedals, steering wheel audio controls, LED front fog lights, running boards and 18-inch alloy wheels. Equipment Group 201A adds leather upholstery, power front seats, power liftgate, power folding third-row seat and heated side mirrors. Group 202A ups the ante with heated and cooled front seats, MyFord Touch, power tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, memory settings for the driver's seat, pedal and mirrors, dual-zone automatic climate control and the heavy-duty trailering package. Also optional is a backup camera, blind-spot warning system, navigation with Sirius TravelLink, rear-seat DVD entertainment system, second-row bucket seats, power sunroof and four-wheel drive.
Limited models receive the heavy-duty towing package, leather seats, HD radio, power-folding third row, MyFord Touch, heated first-and-second rows, cooled front seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, backup camera, woodgrain trim, forward sensing system, power steering wheel adjustment, a 110-volt power outlet, driver memory settings, rain-sensing wipers, power liftgate, chrome trim and 20-inch wheels. Equipment Group 301A adds a power moonroof, power running boards and navigation. Options include the four-wheel drive system, active dampening system for the suspension, blind-spot monitoring and second-row bucket seats.
King Ranch versions boast Mesa Brown leather seats, special brown exterior trim, navigation with HD radio, blind-spot monitoring, keyless entry and start and special 20-inch alloy wheels. Four-wheel drive, active dampening system for the suspension, second-row bucket seats and a power moonroof are options.
The new Platinum trim adds a 12-speaker Sony audio system, blind-spot monitoring, power moonroof, higher-quality leather trim and bright-finish 20-inch alloy wheels. Options include four-wheel drive, second-row bucket seats and an active dampening system for the suspension.
XLT models represent the best value, but Limited could be worth it so you can option in the continuously adaptive suspension if this is primarily going to haul passengers.
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