2017 Ford F-150 Platinum vs Limited

May 12th, 2017 by

2017 Ford F-150 Platinum

The Ford F-150 Platinum vs the F-150 Limited: which model should you choose? The Ford F-150 is America’s best selling full-size pickup truck for a reason, and these two top-end models in the range definitely deliver the most luxury in the range, but don’t skimp on the work-focused features either. If you’re looking for a combination of a workhorse and a luxury mobile office, these are the models to consider. But what’s the difference between the two? Read on for our at-a-glance guide.

 

Power and Performance

Platinum Limited
15/22 MPG 18/25 MPG
5.0L Ti-VCT V8 engine 3.5L V6 EcoBoost engine
Electric 6-speed transmission with tow-haul mode and sport mode Electric 10-speed transmission with tow-haul mode and sport mode
OPTIONAL: 3.5L V6 engine with 10-speed transmission

Exterior Styling

Platinum Limited
Satin mesh grille OR satin mesh 3-bar grille with chrome accents Black mesh grille or satin bar grille with chrome grille surround
Chrome side mirrors Body color side mirrors
OPTIONAL: power adjust trailer tow mirrors, power telescoping trailer tow mirrors, 4×4 skid plates, and twin-panel moonroof (on Supercrew models) Twin-panel moonroof on SuperCrew models only

Interior Styling

Platinum Limited
10-way power leather seats; heated back seats 10-way power leather seats; heated back seats
Sony audio, SYNC 3/Connect, SiriusXM satellite, and voice-activated navigation Sony audio, SYNC 3/Connect, SiriusXM satellite, and voice-activated navigation
Dynamic Hitch assist, Reverse Sensing System, MyKey, 12-volt powerpoints in front and back (SuperCab and SuperCrew) 360-degree camera with split-view, adaptive cruise control and collision warning, lane-keeping system, Dynamic Hitch assist, Reverse Sensing System, MyKey, 12-volt powerpoints in front and back (SuperCab and SuperCrew)
OPTIONAL: 360-degree camera with split-view, adaptive cruise control and collision warning, lane-keeping system, and Pro Trailer Backup Assist OPTIONAL: Pro Trailer Backup Assist

Safety and Security

Platinum Limited
Remote Keyless Entry System and SecuriCode keyless entry keypad on driver’s side, Remote Start System Remote Keyless Entry System and SecuriCode keyless entry keypad on driver’s side, Remote Start System
Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) with cross-traffic alert Blind Spot Information System (BLIS) with cross-traffic alert and Curve Control
Airbags throughout (front, side, SafetyCanopy) and inflatable safety belts in second row Airbags throughout (front, side, SafetyCanopy) and inflatable safety belts in second row
SOS Post-Crash Alert System SOS Post-Crash Alert System


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