2014 Ford F-150 king ranch review
For those who love the powerful F-150 Ford series, the new refreshed King Ranch is going to make you instantly fall in love with him. So it is not a surprise that this vehicle has been updated with some equipment improvement. This is all done to make this big guy a main face of the F-150 series for 2014 year. It seems like that mighty King Ranch is going to have both a larger engine displacement 5.0L Ti-VCT V8 FFV 4-valve V8 that will develop 360HP the 5.500rpm, with fuel economy 15L / 100km in the city and 10.6 / 100km on the highway and the second engine with less volume of 3.5L EcoBoost Ti-VCT engine motor will develop 365HP the 5.000rpm, having fuel economy will be 14L / 100km in the city and 9.6 / 100 km on the highway. To ad only that 6-speed automatic transmission will transfer this great engine power to the wheels.
As oppose to its predecessor that ruled 2013 year, the new 2014 King Ranch will have some style refreshments in order to get the largest number of customers. Now, when we said changes, we meant changes, starting with the 4-way adjustable front head restraints, also 10-way power driver and right-front-passenger seat with natural leather that can be heated and cooled, same as back seats. For the special pleasure there is Ford’s SYNC media controller, with real-time traffic information, and even with features like a Sony sound system. Center console of 2014 King Ranch has a large LCD touch-8 “that is connected to the audio system and Sony CD player clean USB port and SD card for maximum pleasure. For those who love the assist of navigation System this guy has great one. There is plenty more of improvements like fog lights, door grab handles in body color with chrome strips on them, automatic on/off headlamps body-color grill surrounded with chrome 3-bar insert and pale adobe mesh. They even did some special effect with the KING RANCH logo on the center caps and carpet floor mats.
Aside of the remarkable interior and exterior changes, these guys paid a lot of attention to safety. So they provided their customers with advance track with RSC (Roll Stability Control), automatic turns off the fuel pump, ABS brakes, Latch-Lower anchors and teater anchors for children and SOS Post-Crash alert system. If that didn’t make you feel safer, believe us that they incorporated airbag system for all seats and safety belts usage and crash sensitivity sensors. Great vehicle in general we all hope to see soon.