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New 2014 Ford F-150 STX SuperCrew Delivers Extra Space and Value

August 29, 2013

By adding the 2014 Ford F-150 STX SuperCrew to its lineup, Ford offers entry-level truck customers capable, roomy and stylish new options.

“With the rapidly expanding full-size pickup market continuing to benefit from economic growth and replacement demand, price-conscious buyers are returning looking for an affordable truck with space, capability and style,” said Doug Scott, Ford truck group marketing manager. “Adding the Ford F-150 STX SuperCrew to our 2014 lineup gives these truck shoppers more value-oriented F-150 models to consider.”

The F-150 STX SuperCrew meets the needs of first-time and returning pickup truck customers, especially those who need to transport a crew to a job site or take the family on a trip, says Ford. Positioned between the work-ready XL and popular XLT models, STX offers upgraded exterior and interior features beyond what’s usually available for entry-level crew cab pickups.

2014 Ford F-150 STX SuperCrew. Photo courtesy of Ford.
2014 Ford F-150 STX SuperCrew. Photo courtesy of Ford.

According to Ford, some of these features include body-color front bumper fascia, grille surrounds and front and rear step bumpers; power equipment group (power lock doors, integrated keyhead transmitter remotes, Illuminated Entry System); 17-inch machined aluminum wheels; audio input jack; customer information display; MyKey (a feature to set speed-alert chimes to encourage safer driving); front-row 40/20/40 premium cloth bench seat and AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability Control.

The Ford F-150 STX comes standard with a 302-horsepower, 278-lb.-ft.-of-torque 3.7-liter V6 engine, delivering an EPA-estimated 17 mpg city and 23 mpg highway, says Ford. A 5-liter V8 rated at 360 horsepower and 380 lb.-ft. of torque is also available, enabling STX SuperCrew to tow up to 9,500 pounds when properly equipped.

Manufacturer’s suggested retail price for STX SuperCrew starts at $33,145 for the 4x2 version with 3.7-liter V6 and $37,570 for the 4x4 with 5-liter V8.

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  1. 1. Ron Wagner [ August 29, 2013 @ 07:26PM ]

    Hoping to see a lot of natural gas bifuel pickups on the roads. Ford is offering a CNG ready package for their trucks.

  2. 2. Mark Bouquet [ September 21, 2013 @ 06:07PM ]

    May end up buying a GMC even though I currently own 6 Fords. All because gMC will give me EVERY option I WANT in my new truck I will be purchasing by December. Right now I can get a Crew Cab [4-door] which is imperative in the f-150 but I am being told I cannot get GPS, and all the luxury items I WON'T SETTLE FOR NOT HAVING and I can only get it in a two-wheel drive! Two-wheel drive in a Chicago winter in a pick up is insanity. I never thought I would ever contemplate a GMC or a Chevy, but if Ford is only going to offer the bare minimums in a bi-fuel or in their case a tri-fuel vehicle, they shot themselves in the foot. I have been waiting for my ford salesman to find out what is and isn't available. Today, I decide just for kicks to check out GMC. Low and behold, I can get a 2500 Denali with every option my Expedition had and then some

 

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