2021 Ford F-150 XLT

$43,995

Mileage
40,120 Miles
Transmission
Automatic
Color
Iconic Silver Metallic
Drive Type
Four Wheel Drive
Interior
Black
Stock
2078A
Engine
Gasoline Fuel V6 Cylinder Engine
VIN
1FTEW1EP3MFA59885

Description

Welcome to Janssen Kool Honda! Great Choice on this 2021 Ford F-150 XLT with Iconic Silver Metallic Exterior and Black interior.
With 40120 miles

No Accidents!

XLT Chrome Appearance Package ($945 value)

  • Chrome Step Bars
  • 18" Chrome-Like PVD Wheels
  • Chrome Door and Tailgate Handles with Body-Color Bezel
  • 2-Bar Style Grille with Chrome 2 Minor Bars
  • Chrome Single-Tip Exhaust
  • 275/65R18 OWL A/T Tires

Ford Co-Pilot360 Assist 2.0

    XLT Sport Appearance Package

      Tow Technology Package ($880 value)

      • Integrated Trailer Brake Controller
      • 360 Degree Camera
      • Pro Trailer Backup Assist

      Equipment Group 302A High ($3,730 value)

      • Electronic 10-Speed Automatic Transmission
      • Onboard 400W Outlet
      • SYNC 4 with Enhanced Voice Recognition
      • Class IV Trailer Hitch Receiver
      • Power Glass Heated Sideview Mirrors
      • Remote Start System with Remote Tailgate Release
      • LED Sideview Mirror Spotlights
      • LED Box Lighting with Zone Lighting
      • 8" Productivity Screen in Instrument Cluster
      • 3.3L V6 PFDI Engine
      • Dual Zone Automatic Temperature Control
      • Heated Front Seats
      • LED Reflector Headlamps
      • Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel
      • Cloth 40/20/40 Front Seat
      • Intelligent Access with Push Button Start
      • 10-Way Power Driver and Passenger Seats
      • Rear Under-Seat Storage
      • 6,470 lbs Payload Package GVWR
      • 3.73 Axle Ratio

      Comfort

      • Heated driver and front passenger seatbacks - That's hot. Heated driver and front passenger seatbacks provide more targeted warmth so you can get comfortable quicker in cold weather. If you have lower back pain, you might also be soothed by the heat while you drive. No matter the weather, find comfort in heated driver and front passenger seatbacks.
      • Dual zone HVAC provides separate temperature controls for the driver and front passenger.
      • The climate control system responds to voice commands.
      • Automatic air conditioning is a completely integrated electronic system. The system automatically adjusts thermostat and fan settings as needed to maintain a preset temperature. The system may also be operated manually when preferred.
      • The steering wheel has sections wrapped in leather and sections of metal-look plastic.
      • The distance of the steering wheel from the driver is manually adjustable.
      • The pedals can be electrically moved closer, or further away from the driver with the push on a button.
      • The seating surfaces are covered in cloth.
      • The seating surfaces are covered in cloth.
      • A system that filters the air before it enters the passenger compartment of the vehicle.
      • Rear underseat ducts direct HVAC airflow to the rear passenger compartment from under the front seats.
      • The seat provides a variety of adjustments to enhance seating comfort.
      • A split-bench seat allows the driver's portion of the seat to move independently of the passengers.
      • A single center armrest divides the front seating positions.
      • The seat provides a variety of adjustments to enhance seating comfort.
      • Lumbar support is manually adjustable.
      • The seat cushion folds up against the seatback.
      • Some of the vehicle's glass has a dark, privacy tint.
      • The head restraint(s) can be adjusted up or down.

      Convenience

      • This "intelligent" cruise control system uses laser or radar to maintain a preset following distance behind another vehicle, automatically braking (to a complete stop if needed) or accelerating as required.
      • A proximity key with keyless entry and push button start allows the driver to unlock the vehicle by approaching it and/or touching the door handle. A keyfob or keycard carried by the driver identifies the person to the vehicle. The driver is then able to start the engine by twisting the ignition switch, pressing a button, or touching a select portion of the vehicle's interior.
      • A programmable keypad mounted on the exterior of the driver's door.
      • The vehicle is equipped with a mechanism which reduces the effort required to close the tailgate.
      • A spring-loaded flap replaces the traditional screw-in style gas cap.
      • All doors are automatically locked when the vehicle is put into gear or a pre-determined speed is reached.
      • The keyfob and ignition key are integrated into one unit.
      • An area is provided to securely hold beverages.
      • The passenger side door mirror is adjusted from the interior of the vehicle by an electric switch, which can modify the angle of the mirror surface.
      • The visor has a mirror incorporated into its design.
      • The visor has a mirror incorporated into its design.
      • An interior, rear-view mirror that has a manually operated switch that adjusts the mirror slightly, up or down, to reduce glare from traffic at night.
      • A trip computer calculates and can display any, or all of the following functions: current fuel consumption, average speed, distance traveled, elapsed time, distance to empty and remaining fuel.
      • The first-row of glass on the side of the vehicle can be raised and lowered by electric motors.
      • One-touch down power windows lower the glass completely with one press of the button.
      • The tailgate/rear door locking is integrated into the rest of the power lock system just like any other door on the vehicle.
      • A handheld keyfob capable of remotely operating all the door locks.
      • The vehicle's front wiper system has low and high speeds, as well as a variable intermittent setting to change the pause length between wipes.
      • Heating elements on the rear windshield.
      • A message, or more typically a chime to indicate the vehicle's exterior lights are on, while the engine is not running.
      • A trip odometer counts the miles or kilometers the vehicle travels and can be reset by the driver.
      • A message, or specific light illuminates to indicate the vehicle's charging system is not producing acceptable levels.
      • A message, or chime to indicate the key is still in the ignition when the engine is not running and the driver's door has been opened, or the key is out of range of the vehicle.
      • A message, or specific light illuminates to indicate the vehicle needs to be taken in for routine servicing (oil change).
      • Spot lighting is provided for the driver and front passenger that is brighter and more focused than the dome lamp.
      • Retained accessory power allows power features (e.g., windows, radio, sunroof) to be operated for a set period of time after the engine is turned off but before a door is opened.

      Exterior and Appearance

      • Metallic paint is a base/clear paint containing small metallic flakes that reflect light and make the finish sparkle.
      • A trailer hitch is the main structure that is attached to the rear of the vehicle, allowing the vehicle to be used for towing.
      • A pickup box bedliner is a protective surface that lines the pickup box floor and may also line the inner walls and top caps of the box.
      • Running boards are affixed to the exterior of the vehicle along the bottom edge of the rocker panel from the rear edge of the front wheel well to the front edge of the rear wheel well.
      • A full-size spare tire will match or closely duplicate the specifications of the running tires.
      • The side panels of a regular style box are flush with the cab of the truck. The rear wheel wells are contained in the box and are not protruding from the side.
      • A front license plate bracket provides a dedicated means to mount a front plate to the front bumper or fascia of the vehicle.

      In-car Entertainment

      • The primary monitor in the vehicle offers touchscreen control.
      • This feature allows music to be transferred from a mobile device to the vehicle without the need to physically connect the two devices.

      Powertrain and Mechanical

      • Variable valve control allows the lift, duration and/or timing of the intake or exhaust valves to be altered while the engine is in operation.
      • The vehicle's combustion engine automatically shuts off when the vehicle stops, and restarts itself when the driver lifts off the brake pedal.
      • This feature permits the driver to choose different transmission shift management programs for an automatic transmission. Some vehicles have a system that features a performance shift pattern that holds the transmission in each gear longer to maximize acceleration, as well as an economy shift mode for a smoother, more fuel efficient operation. Some vehicles, mainly trucks and SUV's, feature a Tow/Haul mode that changes the shift pattern (or locks out the overdrive gear) to reduce sudden upshifts and downshifts when towing or hauling heavy loads.
      • An automatic transmission eliminates manual clutching and shifting. It uses a fluid coupling system to transfer torque to the drive shaft, automatically advancing through the range of gears.
      • Power is delivered to all four wheels.
      • Speed sensing steering governs the amount of power assist inversely proportional to speed. The system provides greater assist when the vehicle is moving slowly, decreasing assist as speed increases.

      Safety and Security

      • Hands-on cruise control. Set it and forget it. Road trips used to be stressful. Cruise control only managed speed, but not distance or safety. Now, with hands-on cruise control, simply set your desired speed and let sensor technology maintain a safe distance between you and surrounding vehicles. It slows you down; speeds you up and even keeps you in your own lane. Meet your ultimate co-pilot with hands-on cruise control.
      • Pedestrian impact prevention - An extra step toward safety. Pedestrians don't always stop, look, and listen, but with Pedestrian Impact Prevention, your vehicle is equipped to better see them and avoid them. This system constantly monitors the road ahead to identify and track pedestrians. It projects that image to an interior display screen, AND should an impact become likely, Pedestrian impact prevention takes steps to avoid a collision.
      • Rear camera - Watching your back! The rear camera helps you see obstacles and hazards you otherwise couldn't by showing enhanced images of what is behind you. The rear camera is an extra set of eyes that's both convenient and safe.

      Technology and Telematics

      • Mobile hotspot - WiFi on the fly. Connect your devices to the Internet through your vehicle's private mobile hotspot and take the internet wherever your journey takes you, without eating up your data allowance. Find the hotspot with mobile hotspot.

      Janssen Kool Honda located in McCook, Nebraska. Come see us at 711 West C Street. We feature an exciting line-up of Honda vehicles.

      Our classic facility includes a great selection of pre-owned Honda vehicles and an excellent service facility. We're always accepting trade-in vehicles and our financing department will be happy to assist you with the purchase of your next vehicle.

      Serving the Cambridge, Arapahoe, Oxford, Orleans, Beaver City, Wilsonville, Lebanon, Oberlin, Trenton, Stratton, Benkelman, Ough, Wauneta, Hayes Center, Atwood, Norton, and other surrounding areas in Nebraska and Kansas.

      If you have any questions or comments, please call our store at 308-345-3600 and we will be happy to assist you.

      Thank you for visiting.

      Options

      • ENGINE: 2.7L V6 ECOBOOST
      • EQUIPMENT GROUP 302A HIGH
      • FORD CO-PILOT360 ASSIST 2.0
      • TOW TECHNOLOGY PACKAGE
      • XLT CHROME APPEARANCE PACKAGE
      • XLT SPORT APPEARANCE PACKAGE