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Used Ford F250 XLT for Sale

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2016 Ford F250 XLT

$46,99832K mi


On hold at CarMax Langhorne, PA

Key Features
FX4 Package, Long Bed, 4WD/AWD, Satellite Radio Ready, Parking Sensors, Rear View Camera
Location: CarMax Langhorne in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19047
Description: Used 2016 Ford F250 XLT for sale - $46,998, 31,495 miles with FX4 Package, Long Bed, 4WD/AWD, Satellite Radio Ready, Parking Sensors, Rear View Camera
Transmission: Automatic Color:Black Interior Color: Gray Average Vehicle Review: (5 reviews)

About the Ford F250 XLT

Vehicle Summary

When you do a lot of major hauling and towing, a light-duty pickup truck simply may not cut it. For bigger jobs, a super-duty pickup truck like the Ford F250 may be more along the lines of what you need. And if you're looking for a heavy-duty truck that doesn't compromise on creature comforts, the F250's XLT trim can be a smart choice. This mid-tier trim, which is offered on both second-generation (2011-2016) and third-generation (2017-2020) F250 models, is available in a wide range of bed sizes and cab lengths to suit your preferences. Whether you need seating for three or six, there's likely a used Ford F250 XLT out there for you.

Under the hood, every Ford F250 XLT is equipped with either a stout 6.2L V8 engine at 385 hp or a turbocharged 6.7L V8 diesel engine, both of which are designed to power through the road ahead. A six-speed automatic transmission is also found on every F250 XLT—and you can find used models with rear-wheel drive or four-wheel drive to meet your driving needs.

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FAQ

Q: What is the difference between the Ford F250 and Ford F150?

A: The Ford F150 is considered to be a light-duty pickup truck, whereas the F250 is a heavy-duty pickup. Specifically, the F250 offers a more powerful standard engine (a 6.2L V8 on the 2019 F250 versus a 3.3L V6 on the 2019 F150) and greater towing capacity.

Q: What kind of sound system does the 2018 Ford F250 XLT have?

A: Sound system on the 2018 F250 XLT depends on cab size. Standard cabs feature a four-speaker sound system, whereas SuperCab and Crew Cab models receive a six-speaker sound system.

Q: How much can the 2017 Ford F250 XLT tow?

A: When properly equipped, the 2017 Ford F250 XLT can tow up to 18,600 pounds.1

Q: How long is the 2015 Ford F250 XLT?

A: The overall length of the 2015 F250 XLT can vary based on cab and bed size. However, the length of this model ranges between 227.6 inches on regular-cab models to 263 inches on Crew Cab models.

1Various factors may impact towing capacity, including weight of passengers, cargo, and options/accessories.

Ford F250 XLT Popular Features

The Ford F250 XLT is designed to deliver the power you need without skimping on creature comforts and other conveniences inside the cabin. And while exact features for the XLT trim can vary a bit by model year, the 2018 XLT includes sleek 18-inch alloy wheels and chrome front/rear bumpers for an eye-catching look. Meanwhile, standard utility features include locking bed cleats and lockable under-seat storage bins. On the tech front, you'll also enjoy a voice-controlled infotainment system and a convenient rearview camera to give you added confidence behind the wheel.

Even on earlier XLT models, such as the 2014 F250 XLT, you can find Bluetooth® phone and audio connectivity for hands-free calling and streaming of your favorite music. You'll also enjoy full power accessories, heated side mirrors, and lightweight 17-inch aluminum wheels.

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