The 2013 edition of the Ford F150 comes with various features depending on trim level: all versions, from base models to higher-end trims, come with tailgates, air conditioning, tilted steering wheels, beverage holders in the front and several safety features, such as low tire pressure indicators, oil pressure monitors and tachometers. The 2013 Ford F150 comes in several distinct trims. The XL is the base model, while the STX, XLT and FX2 are higher-end models; some features come standard on all models, while customers can purchase some amenities for a fee.
In the 2013 lineup, the XL, STX and XLT come as two-door vehicles. The XL comes with a cargo tailgate, and drivers can choose optional upgrades such as a trailer hitch, turn signal mirrors and heated mirrors. Additional add-on items include speed control, rear beverage holders and remote entry configurations. The XL comes with an AM/FM radio, but drivers can upgrade to MP3 and CD players.
The Ford STX trim comes with power driver-side mirrors and power windows. Its audio system includes a radio, MP3 player and CD player. Drivers can upgrade the cabin with rear beverage holders and steering wheel-mounted audio controls.
The XLT comes with the same exterior and cabin features as the other two-door models, but has additional standard safety equipment such as a compass, automatic headlights and fog lights.
Ford's FX2 has four doors, standard rear beverage holders, a telescopic steering wheel and many safety features. It comes with a standard V-8 engine, rear-wheel drive and variable transmission.