Need a touch of luxury in your life? The 2023 Ford F-150 Limited is a premium trim level with all of the high-end technology and convenience features you could want. Visit Sherwood Ford in Sherwood Park, AB, to learn more and view our available models.
The 2023 Ford F-150 Limited is on the higher end of the price scale. Starting at $106,285, the 2023 Ford F-150 Limited is the third-highest trim level in terms of pricing.
Pro Power Onboard turns your truck into a mobile generator. It provides up to a 7.2 kW output that can be used to power tools and appliances, making your camping trip better or helping you at work.
Tire inflation is an important aspect of vehicle care, but it’s something that can easily fall off your radar. The Tire Pressure Monitoring System in the 2023 Ford F-150 Limited can let you know when your tires are improperly inflated, helping keep you safe on the roads.
The standard powertrain for this model is actually a hybrid, which means the performance is boosted by a combination of gasoline and electric power. You’ll get more power and more fuel efficiency, two things that every driver loves.
Selectable drive modes make it easy to go off the beaten path. In the winter, every driver will appreciate Slippery mode as well as Deep Snow/Sand mode for unplowed roads. Off road, you can use Mud/Rut mode to prevent yourself from getting stuck.
The 2023 Ford F-150 Limited offers a 3.5 L PowerBoost Full Hybrid engine. A hybrid engine runs on gasoline but supplements that power with electricity. This one offers massive power ratings and a higher towing capacity.
This model comes standard with five packages, including Trailer Tow Package. It’s nice not to have to worry about optional packages and know that you’re getting the best equipment from the start.
One of the convenience design features of the 2023 Ford F-150 Limited is a flow-through centre console with a stowable floor shifter. It helps you stay comfortable and stay organized.
City mpg EPA estimated
10.5 L per 100 km
Highway mpg EPA estimated
10.4 L per 100 km