2016 F-150 SuperCrew and SuperCab are Safest Yet

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has rated the 2016 Ford F-150 pickup truck its Top Safety Pick for SuperCrew and SuperCab configurations, making it the only large pickup to earn this distinction. Similarly, it is the only full-size, light-duty truck to earn National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) highest rating, a five-star Overall Vehicle Score and five-star rating for drive and passenger in all crash-test modes and cab configurations—SuperCrew, SuperCab, and RegularCab.

 

 

These excellent ratings owe largely to the 2016 Ford F-150’s high-strength steel in the frame and military-grade aluminum alloy in the body, allowing it to achieve the highest possible rating in small overlap front crash test—a particularly grueling test.

“From the moment our team set out to design and build the new F-150, we knew it had to be best-in-class. This Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Top Safety Pick is another example of Ford’s commitment to building the toughest, smartest, most capable and safest F-150 ever.” –Raj Nair, Ford executive vice president, Global Product Development, and chief technical officer.

"Ford is leading the way among large pickup manufacturers when it comes to protecting people in a range of crashes and offering technology to warn drivers of imminent frontal crashes. We commend Ford for taking last year's test results to heart and upgrading protection for SuperCab occupants in small overlap crashes." –Raul Arbelaez, vice president of the IIHS Vehicle Research Center.

You work hard—you deserve a truck that works as hard as you do, and one that will keep you as safe as possible in the unfortunate event of a crash. That’s why you should come see Osseo Ford Sales & Service, located in Osseo, WI, to check out the full lineup of F-150 truck configurations. Go for a test drive and ask any of our sales people about what makes the 2016 Ford F-150 pickup truck the safest yet.

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