Here's How Technology Features in the 2017 F-150 Can Make Towing Easier

North Carolina truck drivers want their pickups to be well-rounded. From hauling cargo in the bed to charging through difficult terrain in four-wheel drive, they expect their trucks to be up to any challenge. Ford's 2017 F-150 is one such well-rounded truck. It uses modern technology to enhance its capabilities for one of the most common tasks in the world or trucks: towing.

Aside from four powerful engine options, the 2017 is full of available towing features. Each one makes a step in the towing process that much easier:

Blind Spot Information System (BLIS):When you're towing, it's important to be aware of your surroundings. BLIS monitors what's happening in places you can't easily see and alerts you to potential collisions.

Towing Data on Instrument Cluster: You can keep an eye on data and diagnostics to make sure your trailer and truck are working together effectively.

Trailer Brake Control: This system helps keep braking for both the truck and trailer in sync for effective stopping power.

Dynamic Hitch Assist:Ever had trouble lining up your trailer hitch? This system makes it easy with a simple guide on the rearview display. You can line up your hitch right the first time.

These are only a few of the features that make the 2017 F-150  a great truck for towing and more. If you have any questions about the F-150's capability features, give us a call or visit us in Belmont.

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