When you choose a versatile, pre-owned Ford F-150 you’re buying a truck that built a legacy on rugged reliability and smart engineering choices. These powerful pickups are ready for anything you throw at them, from tough jobs across the work site to important life events, and will keep on working hard for years to come. Interested in learning more? Since we have a mix of pre-owned F-150 models on our lot, we’ll give you a break down of the features commonly available on the F-150 models we have at our Epsom, NH dealership. But we always suggest looking up the individual specs for any of the models you’re most interested in. Read this page to learn about the standard specs for most F-150 trucks on our lot or see them for yourself when you stop by our dealership in Epsom, NH to take one for a test drive.
When you purchase a pre-owned 2013 F-150, you can choose between the standard 3.7-liter V-6 engine with a solid 302 horsepower and 278 lb.-ft. of torque or the impressive 6.2-liter V-8 with 411 horsepower and 434 lb.-ft. of torque. With the choice between a standard 6-speed automatic transmission and available SelectShift Automatic® you really can’t go wrong. Twin independent variable cam timing (Ti-VCT) enables precise control of the camshafts on 3 of these engines to help give you better fuel efficiency and more power than their predecessors.
Your engine options include:
Engineered to meet the most stringent standards for long-lasting durability, every engine in this lineup has proven itself over millions of miles of both harsh laboratory testing and real-world performance in extreme weather conditions.
The Ford F-150 was the first full-size truck in 2013 to combine a best-in-class maximum towing capability of 11,300 lbs. in every cab type, the stabilization technology of standard trailer sway control, and an integrated trailer brake controller. Standard hill start assist helps prevent you from rolling back on hills by momentarily maintaining brake pressure until the engine delivers enough torque to start moving forward. Trucks equipped with the trailer brake controller can automatically apply the trailer brakes at the same time as the main brakes. Included with trucks that have the Trailer Tow Package, the 6-speed SelectShift Automatic® transmission features the ability to lock-out upper gears for better performance when the truck is hauling a heavy load or towing a lot of cargo on steep grades. You can rest assured that whatever you\re bringing with you is secure and under your control.
With 3,120-lb. max. payload capability and an optional eight-foot box with volume up to 81.3 cubic ft., the F-150 helps you transport more cargo in each load, which could reduce the number of trips you make to and from your work site. All of the crossmembers on the fully boxed frame are precisely positioned to create a flat floor, then through-welded to help create a rigid structure, minimizing frame flex and helping with stable hauling and towing during any conditions. Ford made it easy to access your cargo with steps on all 3 sides of the bed, including a tailgate step and box side steps. All of these features combine to give you a truck that’s as dependable and productive as you are.
Built with rugged underpinnings, every F-150 starts with a double-wishbone, coil-over-shock, independent front suspension including gas shock absorbers and 2-stage, variable-rate rear leaf springs. Some trucks come with features from the Off-Road Package, which includes Hill Descent Control™, electronic-locking rear differential, skid plates, and off-road-tuned shock absorbers, to help boost your off-road confidence, even when you have the trailer in tow.
The 2013 F-150 truck sticks with a classic styling, including prominent exterior features like the oversized Ford badge and power dome hood. Its large grill and slab sides accentuate the rugged style of this full-size pickup. Available in a regular cab, SuperCab, or the four-door SuperCrew,these trucks have been fitted with either a 5.5-foot box, a 6.75-foot box, or an eight-foot box. Dual rear wheels are also available on some models with the eight-foot box, further increasing the F-150’s towing capacity. Most of these trucks come standard with 17-inch wheels, but some models sport 18-inch or 20-inch wheels. A trailer hitch receiver is also a standard feature on this 2013 Ford truck. Many F-150 models from around this model year come with a power moonroof, PowerScope towing mirrors, rear parking sensors, running boards, and more.
This roomy interior has room to spare with a variety of cargo spaces and plenty of leg space. The seating is thoughtfully engineered to provide comfortable support for your entire back to keep you feeling healthy even after long drives. Looking in the back, you’ll notice the angled seat backs create a relaxed, natural seating position for your passengers. The convenient 60/40 split rear seat folds up to reveal 55.4 cubic ft. of cargo space and a completely flat load floor. Recharging multiple devices is made easy with a standard 12-volt power supply up front, plus another next to the 110-volt power outlet on the back of the flow-through center console and one inside of it. Beneath the surface, the solid frame and body, door seals, high quality steel, and a noise absorbing headliner work together to help deliver a surprisingly quiet ride.
The voice-activated SYNC®1 with MyFord is available on XLT model and standard on both the FX2 and FX4. This system includes a 4.2" LCD screen in the center of the instrument gauge, 5-way control on the steering wheel, and a 4.2" screen in the dashboard. Once paired with your phone, SYNC recognizes your device and downloads your contacts to support voice calls. It can also play music from your android, MP3 player, USB drive or iPod. Use your voice, the steering wheel controls, and the touch screen to take control of your infotainment center and make your F-150 the media center you’ve always wanted.
The 2013 F-150 lineup comes with a great set of standard safety features, including: side-curtain airbags, anti-lock brakes, and electronic stability control with Roll Stability Control. We also previously mentioned Trailer Sway Control, helps your braking and engine speed stay stable and Hill Descent Control for safe descents down slippery slopes. Optional features included on certain trim levels include a rearview camera, parking sensors, parking assistance, and Bluetooth connectivity for phone calls. Anyone who spends their time driving work vehicles knows visibility can often be an issue, but Ford has taken steps with the F-150 to improve sightlines from the driver's seat and reduce the size of your blind spot across each cab. To deal with the sizeable rear pillars in Regular Cab models power trailer mirrors were added as a new feature to the F-150 2013 model year.
If you’re in need for a tough truck that will stick with you for years to come, we highly recommend taking a look at our selection of Ford F-150 pickups. The team at Tim’s Truck Capital would love to talk you through your options, help you narrow down your choices so you can take each one for a test drive, and then sit down with you to come up with an affordable financial plan for your purchase. We know Nashua drivers look for quality in their pre-owned trucks and that’s why we always want to show you our inventory so you can see for yourself which truck is the best fit for you and your family. Stop on by our Epsom, NH dealership today!