There are several different options when it comes to a 2006 ford f-150, six to be exact, depending on what you are looking for. There is the XL, STX, XLT, FX4, Lariat, and King Ranch, which each has their own interior style and features. Engines, suspensions and cab configurations can be combined to create the ideal truck for any buyer, whatever their needs may be. There is even a deluxe Harley Davidson edition available for those with enough cash. The choices of engines include a 4.2-liter V6, a 4.6-liter V8, and a 5.4-liter V8. With the V6 engine, you can choose between a four-speed automatic or five-speed manual transmission, but these are only in the most basic models of the 2006 ford f-150 and will not be among the most popular sold to Americans. The V8 engine is by far the more popular choice in the United States for obvious reasons, if equipped correctly it has the potential to tow up to 9,900 pounds.
It is amazing to think of how successful the 2006 ford f-150 will be as the 2005 ford f-150 was certainly able to maintain the tradition of being America’s number one selling full-size pick-up truck. In fact, someone I knew owned a 2005 ford f-150 for her horses that she had to transport from her barn to shows that her children did. She said she would never own another truck because the 2005 ford f-150she bought was the best she had ever driven. Of course, someday she will have to replace it with a new vehicle but you can be sure that it is going to be another Ford F-150. Apparently, it is the choice of trucks for the entire horse circuit she travels with. She told me that probably four out of every five of the people who have horses and horse trailers use the Ford F-150 truck to tow them around. Her neighbor just bought a 2006 ford f-150 and she was a little jealous because he got the color that she had wanted originally when she bought hers last year. Unfortunately, the truth was that no matter what color the truck was it always ended up covered in dust after driving it from horse show to horse show.
Therefore, when you see the commercials advertising those trucks as “Built Ford Tough” they really do mean it, after all everyone would not keep buying them if they were not the best. Now we will wait and see if they are able to make it the number one selling truck for twenty-nine years. It is a long time but after-all if anyone can do it then Ford can. They have the capabilities to do it and also the manpower to cover production.