2013 Ford F-150 receives Special Service Vehicle Package

Article by Christian A., on June 13, 2012

Fire rescue and law enforcement fleets are the target of a new F-150 Special Service Vehicle (SSV) package from Ford. Ford Government Sales Manager Tony Gratson said that the company has received requests from its fleet customers to make this option for F-Series trucks. He thinks that those in the government would like its current and updated 2013 F-150 equipped with the SSV Package, especially those with rugged jobs like in law enforcement, firefighting, and national and state park patrols.

The trucks are designed to be versatile so that they would meet the requirements of individual agencies. They’re available with a no-cost SSV option that includes a 220-amp alternator to meet heavy-duty electrical demands. Furthermore, Ford offers no option restrictions on the vehicles. The package is offered on both SuperCab and SuperCrew configurations in either rear-wheel or four-wheel drive systems.

Cloth is used to upholster the front seats while the rears use a durable vinyl, which is better for crew transport and law enforcement. It won’t have a center console so that there would be more space for equipment storage or firearms installations. Ford is making these vehicles available in either 5.0-liter V8 or 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6. However, the fact that the V6 is more powerful and efficient makes this a no-brainer.

Ford Motor Company cheers at the dispatch of the most recent 2013 Ford F-150 - incorporated into the top-selling line of trucks in the US - with the agricultural masters and leaders of the future.

Ford President of The Americas Mark Fields said that like their dedicated customers, Ford guarantees to take care of business well with their automobile industry-driving trucks. The 2013 F-150 makes sure to always enhance their trucks with new components and capacities, accounting for how effective and beneficial F-Series proprietors are.

For 2013, the Ford F-150 gets a new design at the front with innovative technologies like MyFord Touch with driver controls enacted by voice and high-force release (HID) headlights.

Ford Truck group marketing manager and FFA sponsor board member Doug Scott said that homestead families have always accounted for majority of the F-Series truck customers. For these multitasking customers, a Ford vehicle implies monetary occupation, transportation for the family, unwavering quality and durability. Like FFA, Ford trucks are an enduring farming standard. That’s why they’re eager to collaborate with them to announce the new F-150 models.

America's pickup

For 2013, the most proficient and fuel-effective light-duty truck offered to the market continues to push forward with an enhanced style and modern tech. Ford F-150 likewise gives more expansiveness to its broad roster with another Limited luxury variant and the offered EcoBoost motor, electronic-locking rear axle, solid 6.2-liter V8, and Hill Descent Control.

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