What Does "XLT" on a Ford Truck Mean?

On Ford trucks, XLT represents the trim level, which indicates the level of special features that comes with the truck. As of 2014, the XLT Ford truck package is available on the F-150 and Super Duty truck models. The exact features offered with each type of truck model vary slightly and include a variety of add-on options.

For the Ford F-150 XLT trucks, premium standard features include: a keypad entry on the driver's side; a six-speed electronic automatic transmission with a tow/haul mode; Ford SYNC technology, which allows for hands-free entrainment, navigation and communications; a chrome grill and surround. Optional features include a reverse sensing system, a rear-view camera, a dome lamp with map light, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, power-adjustable pedals, an LCD productivity screen, a Kicker subwoofer and SiriusXM satellite radio.

For the Ford Super Duty trucks, XLT standard features include a V8 turbo diesel engine, trailer sway control, engine-only traction control, a storage compartment between the first and second row seats, audio controls on the steering wheel, SiriusXM satellite radio and Ford SYNC technology. Optional add-on features include a supplemental cab heater, a 4.2-inch LCD productivity screen, a rear-view camera, a reverse sensing system, a remote start system, a truck bed cover, heated power-scope mirrors and luxury cloth seats.