22″ polished forged-aluminum wheels are standard on the F-150 Lariat Limited. The starting MSRP is $47,195. The 6.2L V8 features a single overhead cam valvetrain with dual-equal variable cam timing. The large bore (4.105”) allows for larger intake and exhaust valves for improved engine breathing, while the short stroke (3.74”) makes higher engine speed possible for increased horsepower. The 6.2L has lightweight aluminum cylinder heads and pistons for efficiency and employs a cast iron cylinder block for durability. There are other impressive specs. But the ones you’re no doubt most interested in are those you can really feel: power ratings of 411 horsepower and 434 lb.-ft. of torque that no other engine in its class can match. And if you’re into towing for business or recreation, how does an 11,300-lb. tow rating sound? For additional crash protection, the safety cage within the F-150 features advanced hydroformed high-strength steel. Additionally, continuous tubes run from the A-pillar base through the roof rail to form a safety cage around the occupants of the truck. And dual hydroformed front tubes, located on either side of the engine bay, are shaped to absorb impacts. The F-150 offers occupant protection with a host of standard safety systems. In addition to front seat airbags in the Personal Safety System®, the Ford F-150 provides front side-impact airbags and the Safety Canopy® System with its state-of-the-art roll-fold technology. All six airbags are now standard equipment on all F-150 models.
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