Perhaps no other brand or company has the full-size pickup segment as well covered as Ford, and for 2014, the STX trim level will be offered in the SuperCrew four-door configuration for the first time. Previously, the SuperCrew was available on every other trim except STX, leaving fans of the sporty-looking, value-oriented package forced to move down to the entry-level XL, or up to the XLT or FX2/FX4 trim. With the addition of the 2014 Ford F-150 STX SuperCrew, the company now offers the popular four-door body style on every trim level of the F-150.
The STX SuperCrew is targeted toward both first-time and replacement truck buyers looking for passenger capacity for work crews or families, and who don't want to sacrifice style for practicality. Standard equipment on the STX trim level include body-color front bumper fascia, grille surround and bumpers, remote power door locks and perimeter alarm, 17-inch machined alloy wheels, cruise control, audio input jack, cruise control, MyKey programmable speed limiter and maximum audio volume, and air conditioning.
A new STX Sport Package adds 20-inch allow wheels, a black billet grille, black tubular running boards, Black and Gray Piston cloth seating surfaces, color-coordinated carpet, and cargo box decals. The 2014 Ford F-150 STX SuperCrew comes standard with a 3.7-liter V-6, with a 360-hp 5.0-liter 32-valve V-8 engine optional on the 4x2 model and standard on the STX SuperCrew 4x4, which starts at $38,665. All prices include a $1095 destination charge.