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2013 Ford F150s in Manitowoc Wisconsin

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MANITOWOC, Wis., Sept. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ --

2013 Ford F150 price

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Are you trying to figure out the price of the 2013 Ford F150? Are you thinking about buying a Ford F150 in Manitowoc Wisconsin? Below is a list of the starting MSRP of the 2013 Ford F 150 trim levels.

2013 Ford F150 XL MSRP is $23,670
2013 Ford F150 STX MSRP is $25,935
2013 Ford F150 XLT MSRP is $28,685
2013 Ford F150 FX2 MSRP is $35,185
2013 Ford F150 Lariat MSRP is $35,835
2013 Ford F150 FX4 MSRP is $38,765
2013 Ford F150 SVT Raptor MSRP is $43,340
2013 Ford F150 King Ranch MSRP is $43,515
2013 Ford F150 Platinum MSRP is $46,100
2013 Ford F150 Limited MSRP is $52,455

These prices were taken from  http://www.ford.com on September 25, 2012. Maritime Ford can get you a great price on a 2013 Ford F150 in Manitowoc Wisconsin. If you have any additional questions about pricing on the 2013 Ford F150 or any of it's options, let us know.

2013 Ford F150 colors

The 2013 Ford F150 has a big list of amazing colors to choose from. Make the 2013 Ford F150 yours by choosing a color that fits your personality. Below is a list of available colors.

Blue Jeans
Blue Flame
Tuxedo Black
Race Red
Green Gem
Kodiak Brown
White Platinum
Sterling Grey
Pale Adobe
Vermillion Red
Ingot Silver
Oxford White
Ruby Red

If you find a color you love and want to take one for a test drive, let Maritime Ford know.

2013 Ford F150 gas mileage

The different trim levels for  the 2013 Ford F150 provide different MPG. Below is a list that each of them gets.

F150 XL - 17 MPG city / 23 MPG highway
F150 STX - 17 MPG city / 23 MPG highway
F150 XLT - 17 MPG city / 23 MPG highway
F150 FX2 - 15 MPG city / 21 MPG highway
F150 Lariat - 15 MPG city / 21 MPG highway
F150 FX4 - 14 MPG city / 19 MPG highway 
F150 SVT Raptor - 11 MPG city / 16 MPG highway
F150 King Ranch - 15 MPG city / 21 MPG highway 
F150 Platinum - 15 MPG city / 21 MPG highway
F150 Limited - 13 MPG city / 18 MPG highway

You must know that MPGs can vary depending on the engine type. Many of the 2013 Ford F150 trims can come optional with the 3.5L V6 EcoBoost engine that gets 16 MPG city and 22 MPG highway for the 4X2 version. The 4X4 version gets 16 MPG city and 21 MPG highway. If you are looking for a truck that saves gas, email Maritime Ford today.

Media Contact: Todd Williams Mike Castrucci Ford, (877) 457-5458, [email protected]

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