Take a look at rival trucks like the 2017 Ram 1500 and the 2017 Toyota Tundra to find 4-star ratings instead of the 2017 Ford F-150’s 5-Star Overall Safety Score from the NHTSA. It’s a dominance that owes much to the incredibly protective architecture of the Ford F-150’s revolutionary new body, and that reassuring sense of overall protection will be complemented by the confidence that comes with knowing sophisticated control systems are tirelessly working on your behalf.
AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability Control (RSC) and Curve Control come standard across all trim levels to sharpen up steering response and maintain pitch-perfect control. Moving up the Ford F-150’s seven trim levels grants widening access to a strong selection of driver-assistance safety technologies, including:
Whether you’re transporting construction supplies from Hayward to Cumberland or taking your Ford F-150 out from Rice Lake into the backcountry, count on feeling perfectly protected during every twist and turn life can throw at you. It might be known for brazen performance, but it brings the dependability you’d expect from any other new Ford vehicle.