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2022 Ford F-150

2022 Ford F-150 - Still on track

After more than 55 years as Canada's best-selling large pickup truck, it's safe to say that the Ford F-150 is a pleasure to own. With a heritage dating back to 1948, Ford constantly updated F- Series trucks to keep their owners happy. 2022 will be no exception, even though 2021 was a year of significant changes for the Ford F-150.

Equipped for the job

Work comes easily with the 2022 Ford F-150. There's no doubt that with best-in-class towing and payload capacity, the capabilities are limitless. Imagine: with the right equipment, the F-150 can tow up to 14,000 pounds. And to safely tow that load, Ford designed the Continuously Controlled Damping (CCD) system to monitor and adjust a host of parameters such as suspension position, speed and road conditions.

A full-size pickup truck can carry a lot of stuff in its cargo box. That's why the Ford F-150 offers a class-first, optional scale and weight-adding feature. It would be easy to exceed the F-150's payload, but this way, you know what load you have in the cargo box at all times, thanks to the Ford SYNC4 display.

Equipped to handle the job

Working with your truck also means spending a lot of time in it. The Ford SYNC4 system, included in all 2022 F-150 pickups, gives you easy access to a host of functions by integrating your mobile device. In addition to the usual phone, navigation and entertainment features, SYNC4 now offers cloud-based software updates, so you're always on the cutting edge of technology.

Your Ford F-150 can also be used as a mobile office, as the shifter can be stored in the console to create a work surface where you can prop up your laptop or simply drop off your lunch for a break.

While we're on the subject of management, don't forget about the FordPass application that allows you to control several functions remotely, such as locking/unlocking, fuel level and oil life. You can also schedule a start or simply find out where your truck is.