Ford is adding some extra style and technology to its lower trim trucks with the new STX package.
The STX package is available on the both the 2017 F-150 and Super Duty lineup, adding different elements to each for the same effect: a nice looking truck with some upgraded infotainment features.
For the F-150, the STX sits between the XL and XLT models, bringing features from even higher models in the range down to a more affordable truck. The 2017 F-150 STX packs 20-inch wheels with gray painted pockets, a black billet-style grille, body-color front fascia, SYNC 3 with an 8-inch touchscreen, tinted windows, STX decal, fog lamps and manual lumbar support. For F-150, SuperCab or SuperCrew trucks can get the STX package, while trucks with the base naturally aspirated V6 can’t.
Moving up to the big trucks, the STX package is an add-on with XL-trim trucks and brings along a bright chrome grille, chrome front and rear bumpers, unique aluminum wheels, steering-wheel mounted cruise control, bright hub covers on single rear-wheel trucks and a AM/FM stereo with single CD/MP3 player. STX is available on both engines and on all cab configurations for the Super Duty trucks.
Pricing for the 2017 F-150 STX starts at $35,615, the F-250 STX sells for $34,910 and the F-350 STX goes for at least $36,080.
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