I had a 2000 Silverado 2500...it did ride better than the f350. Actually fairly similar to the f150, now that I think about it.go drive a silverAAAADoe or air suspension ram...
also. 2013 f150's weren't aluminum yet right? i think the lighter trucks is the main issue.
Joining PowerBoost is Ford’s new Pro Power Onboard generator, which sounds like a downright nifty piece of technology. Essentially, owners can use their truck to power a variety of electrical appliances via plugs in the bed. Pro Power Onboard is available with up to 2.0 kW of electrical capacity on gas-only F-150s, while the F-150 Hybrid comes with a standard 2.4-kW capacity or an optional 7.2-kW capacity. The two standard setups come with twin 120-volt outlets, while the 7.2-kW arrangement boasts four 120-volt plugs and a single 240-volt outlet.
I'm happy with it overall. Front will have to grow on me, but I like the rest of the truck (why make drastic changes to a good thing, like the Porsche 911?). Interior looks awesome to me, although I think they should have just removed the shifter all together rather than make it fold down (although I rest my hand on my shifter in mine, so maybe I would miss it if it was gone). Full digital cluster and 12 inch center screen make me jealous as hell!!
The generator is awesome. In one of the videos I was watching yesterday they said it could power a TV, microwave, mini-fridge, etc. all at once or 6 or 7 power tools at once. Thats friggen awesome!! Also excited to see how fast the all electric version is in 2022.