How much can the 2016 Ford F-150 tow?
Power and capability is one of the 2016 Ford F-150’s biggest selling points. When you’ve got a heavy-duty job that needs to get done, you can be confident that the F-150 is ready to take it on. But if you’re wondering how much can the 2016 Ford F-150 tow, we’ve got the answers here.
Now, it’s important to note that the build you go with for your 2016 Ford F-150 will affect its towing capability and payload capacity. That being said, any model of the F-150 is going to deliver a pretty impressive performance. The main factors that can affect its capability include its engine size, bed size, wheel base, etc.
So depending on the model you choose, you can get a maximum towing capacity of anywhere between 5,000 and a major leap to 12,200 lbs. Remember when we said that the F-150 can handle all of your heavy-duty projects? Yeah, we weren’t lying! In fact, the F-150 leads its segment (full-sized pickups under 8,500 lbs.) in towing capacity – it really doesn’t get much better!
2016 F-150 maximum payload
While towing capability is definitely important, what drivers most often utilize is a truck’s payload. That’s why the 2016 F-150 offers an impressive maximum payload capacity. As the model offers three different bed sizes, a 5.5-ft option, a 6.5-ft option and an 8-ft option, the maximum payload can vary from model to model. But depending on which build you choose the F-150 offers a maximum payload between 1,514 and 2,320 lbs.
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Get the 2016 Ford F-150 at Wade Ford
Here at Wade Ford, we have one of the widest selections of 2016 Ford F-150 models in the Smyrna, GA area, so you know that you’ll have no trouble finding the right build, trim and even color F-150 for you. Just take a look at our inventory to see if we have the one you’re looking for.
From there, feel free to contact us here at Wade Ford by giving us a call or filling out the form here on our site to schedule a test drive. We’re sure once you experience the raw power and capability of the F-150 for yourself, you won’t want to settle for any other pickup.
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