Monday, July 11, 2016

2017 Ford F-Series Super Duty Comes Standard with Adaptive Cruise Control

2017 Ford F-Series Super Duty Comes Standard with Adaptive Cruise Control

WESTLAND, Mich.––If towing your boat, RV, trailer, etc. seems like a chore, the new Ford F-Series Super Duty is about to change your entire outlook. The 2017 Ford F-Series Super Duty comes standard with adaptive cruise control able to handle a tow of 31,500 pounds or more! Imagine for a moment, with the touch of a few buttons that you would be able to drive with cruise control down an open road, rolling hills, and even flowing traffic, without putting your foot on either pedal. Now imagine doing that with a large tow? Sound pretty amazing? It is. Let's go over the details.

Thanks to the adaptive cruise control your 2017 Super Duty will be able to automatically speed up and slow down to keep pace in any traffic condition. The incredible F-Series Super Duty also comes with adaptive steering and Blind Spot Information System and trailer coverage. These technologies are a class exclusive available to pickup truck drivers for the first time. The Series actually comes with a giant list of driver assist features that any driver would love including:

-Adaptive cruise control
-Adaptive steerings
-Blind Spot Information System with trailer coverage
-Trailer Reverse Guidance
-Trailer tire pressure monitoring system
-Utility LED lighting system
-BoxLink with premium locking cleats
-Customer-placed trailer camera (Factory-installed)
-PowerScope power-telescoping and power-folding trailer tow mirrors
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The adaptive cruise control, able to tow over 31,500 pounds, is the newest and most convenient driver assist feature included in all 2017 F-Series trucks. But how does it work? First you'll set the speed like you would with regular cruise control, then set a comfortable driving distance that lets the truck know how far to stay behind the vehicle in front of you. The truck uses a radar to sense the distance and speed of the vehicle ahead to then slow down or speed up accordingly. The feature will maintain the preset distance and speed above 20 mph until you turn the feature off.

Towing is serious business and drivers of the F-Series will have confidence in Ford's latest technology to make towing much easier. The 2017 Ford F-Series Super Duty comes standard with adaptive cruise control, although it is optional on the King Ranch, Lariat, and Platinum Super Duty pickups including the F-450. The 2017 F-Series will be available late this year, and built right in the U.S. If you'd like to check out all the stunning options Ford has to offer for your towing needs before the release of the adaptive cruise enabled F-Series, you can stop by our Ford dealership in Westland! Whether it's a new truck, or a more efficient smaller vehicle that you're looking for, we'd love to help you find it.

We'd also love to help you maintain your current vehicle to ensure it runs its best for years to come. We provide seasonal maintenance advice and tips on our website. This season is all about Summer Car Care. You can read up on tips to best maintain your fuel system, cooling system, and  exterior lights. We also have pages that outline how to keep your car cool during the summer, and why summer is the best time to take care of cosmetic repairs. Keep in mind you can conveniently schedule an auto service or collision repair service on our website to save time.

North Brothers Ford is located at 33300 Ford Rd Westland, MI 48185 and proudly serves as one of the premier dealerships in Metro Detroit, and is committed to exceptional customer service! Stop by or give us a call at 888-806-7163, our knowledgeable and helpful sales team will be more than happy to assist you!

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