Here at Henry Day Ford, we know that truck drivers don’t always live up to typical stereotypes. For instance, the petulant drivers who cut you off in traffic and proceed to fume you with black, disgusting exhaust. Luckily, your average Utah resident is smarter than the most prevalent stereotypes. In fact, those who drive the F150 can be some of the kindest people on the planet.
Not only is the Ford F150 a great vehicle because it has a tough engine and gets good gas mileage — it’s also a useful vessel for helping out your neighbors and friends. With a hauling capacity of over 11,300 pounds, this truck can make moving your friend into their new place a piece of cake. And with that spacious bed, it’s never been easier to volunteer to transport tools for the community gardening project. Trust us, if you live in Utah, there’s a good chance you’ll need to help your friend get their stuck car out of the snow this winter. And you’re not going to want to attempt a task like that with a car that can’t handle it. You’ll want a truck that you can rely on and that will help you become the most charitable guy or gal in the neighborhood.