|2015 Ford F-150 XL||VS||2015 Ford F-150 XLT|
|Regular, SuperCab, SuperCrew||Cab Styles||Regular, SuperCab, SuperCrew|
|Not Available||Remote Vehicle Start||Optional|
There’s a myriad reasons for wanting a pickup truck. You can use them as everyday vehicles to commute, as a work machine, or for towing and loading up camping or sporting equipment. Honestly, there’s just too many reasons to list. We believe that the Ford F-150 is the best truck for all of these, though, and many of our customers agree! The most difficult part is not picking which model and make, but the trim level. That’s why we put together this 2015 Ford F-150 vs XLT Trim page.
The one thing you don’t have to worry about when picking among the various trims is the 2015 Ford F-150’s capabilities. You’ll still be able to pick from four powerful, yet efficient, engines that allow you to tow up to a maximum of 12,200 lbs. Every trim of the F-150 also uses an aluminum body that drastically reduces its weight. This combined with its power means that you’ll also have a great payload rating for hauling things in the available bed sizes of 5.5’, 6.5’ and 8’.
One notable advantage of going with the XLT trim is the greater amount of options available to you, especially things like the bed extender. This can give you some extra length to your truck’s bed, and ends up being highly useful if you tend to haul a lot of things to take advantage of your payload.
The XL is also tempting because it comes at a cheaper price, and lets you be picky with options instead of getting them by default. Is Bluetooth something you’ll never use? The XL trim on the F-150 doesn’t come with it as a standard feature, meaning you don’t have to pay for it, essentially.
There’s no wrong choice when selecting a trim in the 2015 Ford F-150 lineup of trucks -- only the choice that fits you best. The best way to choose is by giving them a test drive, and checking out the features for yourself at Sanders Ford in Jacksonville, NC!