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Ford is reviving the Limited trim for the 2016 F-150, and it becomes the luxury-oriented, top-of-the-line F-150. The Limited bristles with safety and luxury features including LED headlights, a panoramic sunroof, power running boards, remote start and tailgate release.
The Ford F-150 has been the most popular full-size pickup in these parts since the late 1970s, and the 2016 edition looks to continue the trend. This value-laden pack mule handles a number of tasks well, looking good at the construction site and outside the theatre, hauling stuff hither and yon, offering a quartet of capable power plants, and toting from 3 to 6 folks in an upscale and very un-truck-like cabin.
The new 2016 F-150 Limited also offers a Technology package, which includes a lane-keeping system, a 360-degree camera and dynamic trailer-hitch assist. Most innovative might be the optional Pro Trailer Backup Assist, which is a pickup-segment-first feature meant to ease the chore of accurately backing up with a trailer. Ford says Pro Trailer Backup Assist enables customers to reverse a trailer instinctively by turning a knob left or right while the truck automatically steers and controls speed.