For just under a quarter of a century, the 2002 Ford F-150
has been the top-selling truck in North America with its
tough, hard-working ethic, quality, and durability. Fans
of this sturdy truck will be pleased to learn that the 2002
Ford F-150 not only brings about an array of improvements,
but also a brand new model is introduced into the line up.
An extensive 2002 line up offers you plenty of
choice. Cab configurations include Regular Cab and SuperCab
in both Styleside and Flareside versions, plus the roomy
SuperCrew. The 2002 Ford F-150 Regular Cab and SuperCab
come in short- and long-wheelbase models, and all models
are available with either 2WD or 4WD systems.
Three trim levels are available for the 2002 Ford F-150
Regular Cab and SupCab models - the XL, XLT, and the Lariat.
The SuperCrew is offered up in the XLT, Lariat, and King
Among the myriad of comforts and conveniences
offered in the F-150 range of pickup trucks are power windows,
power door locks, air conditioning, tilt steering wheel,
power moonroof, and speed control. Standard on the SuperCrew
and Lariat models are power adjustable accelerator and brake
pedals (optional on XL and XLT). Electronic automatic temperature
control is basic on the SuperCrew, Lariat, and King Ranch.
The XL sports an AM/FM stereo, while the XLT and Lariat
trucks add to this a CD player. Pushing the limits, the
SuperCrew has the option of a rear seat entertainment package
with VHS player and game outlets.
The 2002 Ford F-150 SuperCrew comes equipped
with a functional bed extender that increases box length,
and all trucks come with tie-down hooks in each corner to
keep cargo in place. A cargo light located on the back of
the cab allows you to see cargo easily at night, and a rear
step bumper enables quick and easy access to the box. The
tailgate on the XLT and Lariat is lockable, and is removable
on all models.
Overall, the 2002 Ford F-150's engines are quieter
due to the latest improvements. The standard Regular Cab
and SuperCab are equipped with a 4.2-litre, OHV, V6 engine
with an output of 202 horsepower and 252 lbs-ft of torque.
SuperCrew models sport a 4.6-litre, SOHC, Triton V8 that
cranks out 231 horsepower and 293 lbs-ft of torque (optional
on Regular Cab and SuperCab).
All of the 2002 Ford F-150 models offer the option of an
impressive 5.4-litre, SOHC, Triton V8 engine that pumps
out a stellar 260 horsepower and an amazing 350 lbs-ft of
torque. The standard transmission is a five-speed manual
with overdrive on Regular Cab and SuperCab, while four-speed
automatic is the norm on SuperCrew.
Towing packages can be added that allow this remarkable
pickup truck to tow from 4,150 lbs all the way up to 7,700
Safety and Security
Each Ford F-150 Pickup Truck is equipped with
four-wheel anti-lock brakes. Inside the cabin, passengers
are protected with driver side air bag, passenger side air
bag, three-point seatbelts, and head restraints. Side impact
door beams bolster the frame. Child seat tethers and anchors
enable youngsters to come along for the ride.
Additionally, each truck comes with a remote keyless entry
system and the SecruriLock theft deterrent system that only
allows the engine to be started with the appropriate key.
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