Ford may struggle to move its highest-dollar sedans, but it’s always had success selling ultra-expensive versions of its trucks. Take the F-350 King Ranch we drove a while back: at $45,505, the Ranch stakes out some adventurous territory, from its hardware to its hard-to-swallow pricetag. It’s got the goods — like a 13,000-pound towing rating — and the sticker to match.But what’s a more sensitive, urbane cowboy to do when the brown-and-tan-and-more-brown King Ranch design theme is, like, so
For the better, the LT is basically an F-150 Crew Cab done over by folks who clearly have been watching Queer Eye even in its dotage. There’s no Blackwood-style sacrifice to appearance. The LT sports four full doors, front captain's chairs and a three-passenger rear bench, with good room and support for five adults. You wouldn’t want to be the middle passenger on the rear bench for an eight-hour trek up I-95, but an hour or two without complaint to the corners of, say, the Crawford ranch wouldn’t be out of the question.