See How the New Ford F-150 Pickup Truck Makes Towing a Breeze

Most people who buy pickup trucks do so because they want a vehicle that can tow heavy trailers, campers, or cars. Whether you need one for pulling a horse trailer, a Winnebago, or your car, the new Ford F-150 has the muscle people in Columbus, WI want for some of their biggest tasks. No other brand can match the F-150's maximum towing capacity. When properly equipped, the F-150 can tow up to 13,200 pounds and haul a payload of up to 2,309 pounds. It also has several tech features that can make towing easier and safer.

Drivers in Beaver Dam who regularly tow large trailers will appreciate the many features the new Ford F-150 has to assist them with the task. For starters, the F-150 makes it simpler to back up with a trailer using the available Pro Trailer Backup Assist. With this feature, you can turn its dial in the direction you want the trailer to go and the Pro Trailer Backup Assist responds accordingly. Another thing that can be difficult to do is changing lanes when you're pulling a trailer on a busy highway. BLIS with Trailer Coverage helps out by alerting you when there's a vehicle in your blind spot or alongside the trailer. Other helpful available towing features in the new Ford F-150 include:

  • Dynamic hitch assist with line-of-sight guide: Aids you in directing the hitch to the trailer receiver.
  • Trailer sway control: Part of the AdvanceTrac® with RSC® (Roll Stability Control™) system, this feature helps keep your trailer stable.
  • 8-inch productivity screen: Provides useful trailer information on a screen in your cab.
  • Factory-installed trailer brake controller: Helps you synchronize truck and trailer brakes.

These are just some of the features available in the new Ford F-150 to make towing a cinch for people in Columbus and Beaver Dam. Visit Countryside Ford today for a terrific deal on a new Ford F-150 pickup truck.

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