Ford F-150 Earns High Ratings in IIHS Crash Tests

Pickup trucks are first and foremost tools. They are the vehicle of choice for drivers who intend to tackle hard work because of their stronger powertrain and durable composition. However, not all models are built to the same standard, as can be seen by the results of crash tests administered by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. According to the ratings achieved, the Ford F-150 ranked higher than numerous competitors.

Built Ford Tough® for Your Safety Out on the Road

The new Ford F-150 shed a lot of weight due to the change in its composition, and its lightweight body enables it to move with less effort and increased efficiency. Despite the modification, its architecture—comprised mostly of high-strength steel as well as military-grade aluminum alloys—can resist wear and tear. This is evidenced not only by its exceptional scores in IIHS tests. To make sure it can endure user demands, engineers have even put it to ten million miles of testing. In other words, drivers can expect this new Ford truck to live up to their expectations.

Offered with Driver-Assist Tech as Added Reinforcement

As an added precaution, the new Ford F-150 is offered with advanced technologies. AdvanceTrac® with Roll Stability Control™ is incorporated as a standard, for instance, and it ensures your model maintains its grip so you can maneuver it with ease. Combined with available driver-assist technologies like the Lane-Keeping System which prevents unintended drift by monitoring your position on the road, your likelihood of getting in an accident is reduced. These systems will present more peace of mind in turn.

Contact Mangold Ford for More Details on the New Ford F-150

To find out other characteristics that make the new Ford F-150 worth driving, we invite you to take a test drive in one of our models. Just contact or visit us at Mangold Ford! Before you know it, you will be asking our representatives how you can buy or lease one of your own.

Categories: New Inventory, News
AdChoices
; ;