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Used 2013 Ford F-150 | Internet Auto Rent and Sales | Boise, ID

Ever wondered what America's top-selling truck is? Is it a Chevy? A GMC? May a Toyota? Nope, nope, and nope. Sure, these automotive car makers have great trucks, but only one can stand on top and it's the Ford F-150. New or used, the F-150 is an incredible choice if you're in the market for a full-size pickup truck that's strong, powerful, high-quality and high-tech. One model that will catch your eye is the F-150's 2013 model year. Read on to learn the many reasons this truck continues to be a leading choice.

 

Power and Strength for Towing and Utility. Available in regular cab, crew cab, extended cab or crew cab body styles with a 5.5-foot, 6.5-foot or 8-foot cargo bed, the 2013 Ford F-150 is a pickup truck that delivers alluring utility with differing styles and measurements. So what do these body styles and cargo bed lengths mean for you? The answer: a truck that is designed to meet all of your needs. Whether you need a large cargo hold or more cabin than bed space, you can find the F-150 in the exact makeup that suits your demands best. Say, for instance, that you require a truck that can tow and haul pretty hefty cargo loads on a regular basis. The 2013 F-150 is well-equipped to do so.

Not only does the F-150 provide strong durability, but it also delivers the power necessary for such jobs. Under the hood of the 2013 F-150, you'll find either a 3.7-liter V6 (302 hp/278 torque), 3.5-liter V6 (365 hp/420 torque), 5.0-liter V8 (360 hp/380 torque) or 6.2-liter V8 (411 hp/434 torque). As you can tell just in text, each of these engines produce desirable power, the most obviously revved by the 6.2-liter. While each engine has the means to push through rugged situations, what exactly are they capable of in terms of towing? When properly equipped, the 3.7-liter V has a maximum tow rate of 6,400 pounds, while this number explodes to 11,300 pounds with the 6.2-liter V8. Other engines fall somewhere in between.

 

Fully-Loaded Trims. Power and strength may be top reasons to opt for a truck, but you can't dismiss the next best reason – the content. For 2013, the Ford F-150 showed off a lineup of not three, four or five trims …. not six, seven or eight trims … but nine! Nine fully-loaded, excitement-driven trims. While they may not be “made to order” like they were when fresh on the market, you can still easily find them – and most importantly, you can still easily find the perfect match for you.

When simplicity is what you're after, the F-150's XL trim is definitely for you with its bare-necessities approach. It comes with basics like 17-inch steel wheels, tilt-only steering wheel, vinyl upholstery and AM/FM radio. Many more comfort features can be found in higher rim levels, though, like the XLT, which includes automatic headlights, foglights and keyless entry.

If you want a truck that shines with luxury content, then the F-150's Lariat trim is a prize pick. It features all of the upscale essentials, from dual-zone automatic climate control and leather upholstery to heated front seats and driver memory settings.

For the F-150 trim that roars with off-road prowess, the Raptor is the tiger you're seeking. It comes off-road ready with:

  • 17” wheels

  • All-terrain tires

  • Fixed aluminum running boards

  • High-performance suspension

  • Auxiliary equipment switch panel

 

An Interior of Comfort and Space. Comfort and space make up the interior of the 2013 Ford F-150 – two qualities alone that make it a winner. Those inside are awarded with abundant legroom, even in the backseat which can often be hard to come by in a truck. Also featured is a flat floor that nicely boosts comfort and space for all inside.

Another great element about the 2013 Ford F-150 is its tech features that increase passenger enjoyment. Depending on trim level, the F-150 comes with content, such as:

  • Trip computer with color display

  • Satellite radio

  • MyFord Touch electronics interface

  • Dual USB ports

  • Rear-seat entertainment system

To learn more about the 2013 Ford F-150, check it out at our dealership in Boise, ID.


This entry was posted in Internet Auto Rent & Sales Boise and tagged Ford, Ford F-150, Ford Pickup Truck, Used Car Dealer on 02/26/2017 at 10:56 PM

Used 2016 Chevrolet Silverado - Internet Auto Rent and Sales - Boise, ID

 

Pickup trucks are one of the handiest vehicles there is. Not only do they take us from point A to point B, but they also offer the ability to tow and haul, and are even built to endure more rugged terrain on and off-road. If you're in the market for a used truck, there are many options. But if you'd like a used truck that's almost brand new, then there's no better choice than the 2016 Chevy Silverado. Continue reading to learn the top reasons to opt for this truck.

 

Impressive Interior

The world may see the exterior of your vehicle daily as you roll around the streets of town, but what you'll see most of is the interior. Today, many of us spend a great deal of time in the driver's seat, so it makes sense to choose a vehicle with an interior that provides all of the essentials – and more.

The 2016 Chevy Silverado is one truck that offers an interior that will continue to impress you every time you climb inside. It provides high-quality materials, a build quality that's solid, great passenger and storage space, and excellent high-tech features. If you seek space, the Silverado 1500 will meet your expectations with abundant head-, leg- and shoulder room for all occupants. Storage space is just as roomy with numerous bins and cubbies throughout the cabin. There is also a generous amount of cup holders, which is always a perk.

Along with the good passenger space provided by the Silverado, comfort also runs high. Depending on trim level, the Silverado comes with either bench or bucket seats, both thickly padded to make even he longest of drives a treat. The Silverado also features excellent insulation, which makes it a whisper-quiet ride – a quality that aids in passenger comfort and enjoyment.

 

Top Safety

To keep you and your occupants safe on the road, finding a vehicle that will protect everyone is a top priority. Equipped with solid safety gear and advanced safety systems, along with high scores in crash testing, the Silverado offers top protection for everyone on board.

Standard safety equipment includes antilock disc brakes, traction and stability control, front and rear seat side airbags, and side curtain airbags. Most trim levels also come standard with the OnStar emergency telematics system, which equips the Silverado with automatic crash notification, roadside assistance, remote door unlocking, and stolen vehicle assistance.

Depending on the initial buyer, the Silverado may also come with a number of advanced safety systems that increase protection. Systems range from lane-departure warning and intervention to a forward-collision warning system and Safety Alert seat that buzzes the driver seat bottom to warn of potential collisions.

 

Upscale Trims

When looking for the best truck for you, there are many trim levels out there to choose from. Available from the Silverado 1500's 2016 lineup are six trims: Work Truck (WT), LS, Silverado Custom, LT, LTZ and High Country – each loaded with content that will satisfy your specific needs.

The Silverado's LS trim is a good choice if you want to stay close to base-level, but wouldn't mind some upscale perks. It comes with:

  • Cloth upholstery

  • “E-Z” lift/lower tailgate

  • Leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls

  • Driver information display

  • 8” touchscreen with HD radio, satellite radio, CD player and Apple CarPlay

The LTZ trim is also a stand-out on the Silverado's 2016 lineup, featuring an impressive list of rugged equipment and luxury features. Most sought-after items, include:

  • Heavy-duty locking rear differential

  • Front tow hooks

  • Trailer hitch

  • LED headlights, foglights and taillights

  • Auto-dimming driver and rearview mirrors

  • Remote start

  • Rearview camera

  • Leather upholstery

  • Heated, powered front seats

  • Driver memory settings

Like what you've learned so far about the 2016 Chevy Silverado 1500? Find out even more when you check it out at our dealership, located in Boise, Meridian and Nampa, ID.


This entry was posted in Internet Auto Rent & Sales Boise and tagged 2016 Chevy Silverado, 2016 Chevy vehicles, 2016 Chevy trucks, Chevrolet, Chevrolet vehicles, 2016 Silverado, Chevy Silverado 1500, on 01/03/2017 at 8:47 PM

2016 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 - Internet Auto Rent and Sales - Boise, ID

Powerful. Fuel-efficient. Comfortable. Sounds nice, right? All of these elements are yours when you opt for the 2016 Chevy Silverado 1500. But, there's much more to this full-size truck, like quick acceleration, a wide range of body styles, and a quiet interior and ride quality. Plus, as the 2016 model of the Silverado, it makes a near-new choice for a used truck. To learn more about this must-have truck, continue reading.

2016 Perks

2016 brought many new perks to the Chevy Silverado 1500 – all of which increased its overall appeal. Most noted things, include:

  • Revised front-end styling

  • New grille design

  • LED lighting

  • Quicker touchscreen interfaces

  • Addition of Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration

Worthwhile Trims, Body Styles and Bed Lengths

The 2016 Chevy Silverado is a winner in many areas, but one that consumers find very worthwhile is its trim levels, body styles and bed lengths. Trim levels range from the bare necessities found in the base-level Work Truck (WT) trim to the luxury-equipped top High Country trim. While the Silverado boasts many trim levels, there are some that are definitely more worth keeping an eye out for. The LS and LTZ trims are two of them.

The LS features a number of items, such as:

  • Carpeting

  • Cloth upholstery

  • “E-Z” lift/lower tailgate

  • Leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio controls

  • Driver information display

  • 8” touchscreen with HD radio, satellite radio, CD player and Apple CarPlay

Adding onto the many items found in the LS is the LTZ trim. The LTZ tacks on a great deal of rugged gear that nicely increases its overall experience. Content includes:

  • LED headlights/foglights/taillights

  • Front tow hooks

  • Heavy-duty locking rear differential

  • Trailer hitch

What is also great about the LTZ trim is its impressive list of luxury content, such as:

  • Auto-dimming rearview mirror

  • Driver memory settings

  • Dual-zone automatic climate control

  • Heated, powered front seat

  • Remote start

  • Security system

  • Power-folding mirrors

  • Leather upholstery

LS and LTZ trims that features 4WD may also come with one of the must-have packages that were up for grabs in 2016. One, in particular, that will impress you if you plan to spend some serious time off-road is the Z71 package. Silverado LS and LTZ trims equipped with this package will include off-road oriented hardware, such as:

  • Special shock absorbers

  • Heavy-duty air cleaner

  • Hill descent control

  • Underbody shields

  • Recovery hooks

Performance

If you're going to spend time and money shopping for and buying a pickup truck, then you want it to provide key performance elements, like power, strength and a solid performance overall. So, what kind of performance does Chevy's 2016 Silverado 1500 offer? The answer can be summed up in three words: powerful, strong and enjoyable.

Depending on trim level, the Silverado houses either a 4.3-liter V6, 5.3-liter V8 or 6.2-liter V8. Here are some engine stats:

  • 4.3-liter V6: 282 horsepower/305 lb.-ft. of torque

  • 5.3-liter V8: 355 horsepower/383 lb.-ft. of torque

  • 6.2-liter V8: 420 horsepower/460 lb.-ft. of torque

These numbers prove the Silverado's power, but what about its strength? Towing and hauling capabilities are as follows:

Maximum Tow Rate

  • V6: 7,600 pounds

  • 5.3-liter V8: 11,100 pounds

  • 6.2-liter V8: 12,000 pounds

Maximum Payload

  • V6: 1,960 pounds

  • 5.3-liter V8: 2,260 pounds

  • 6.2-liter V8: 2,140 pounds

Aside from the stats, the Silverado also provides an enjoyable experience behind the wheel. On-road, the Silverado feels confident at every turn, while off-road it exhibits excellent composure, even when bouncing along on the most rugged of trails. Gear changes are smooth and timely, and overall ride and handling dynamics are some of the best available in a full-size pickup. Wind and road noise are kept at a minimum, which makes it a quiet ride and greatly increases the passenger experience.

For more information on the 2016 Ford F-150 and the many great perks it offers, check it out with us at our dealership in Boise, Meridian and Nampa, ID.

 

 


This entry was posted in Internet Auto Rent & Sales Boise and tagged 2016 Chevy Silverado, Chevy, Chevy Trucks, Chevy Silverado 1500, Chevy Vehicles, Chevy Cars and Trucks, Used trucks, popular trucks, pickup trucks, used pickup trucks, used cars and pickup trucks on 01/02/2017 at 8:49 PM

2014 Ford F-250 - Internet Auto Rent and Sales - Boise, ID

Are you a serious trucker? Then you'll want a truck with serious skills. Before you waste time looking at other trucks, first check out the 2014 Ford F-250 2500. As a full-size, super duty pickup truck, the F-250 2500 provides massive capabilities in towing and hauling and off-road adventure. Plus, it's a great choice for desirable luxury items and a comfortable, quiet ride. Continue reading to learn the top three reasons to make the 2014 Ford F-250 2500 your own.

1. Strong Performance. 

As a 2500 Super Duty pickup truck, the 2014 Ford F-250 provides a strong performance that impresses. Under the hood of this truck, you'll find either the standard 6.2-liter gasoline V8 engine or the optional 6.7-liter diesel V8. Both come with a six-speed automatic transmission and either rear- or four-wheel drive.

So what kind of power do these engines produce? The answer – quite a lot. The 6.2-liter gasoline V8 creates 385 horsepower and 405 pound-feet of torque, while the 6.7-liter diesel-powered V8 is rated at 400 horsepower and 800 pound-feet of torque. As hefty as these numbers are, the strength they provide is just as impressive.

When properly equipped, the 2014 Ford F-250 can tow up to 14,000 pounds with a conventional trailer setup and 16,800 pounds when configured for fifth-wheel towing. Max payload is also great with a capacity of 4,240 pounds.

 

2. Impressive Trims. 

One of the stand-out elements in the 2014 Ford F-250 is its impressive trim levels – each fully-loaded with a broad range of equipment and features. If you're seeking a truck that's capable, but also on the bare-bones side, the F-250's base-level XL trim is the ideal choice. It rides on 17-inch steel wheels and features vinyl floor coverings and upholstery, manual-telescoping trailer tow mirrors, tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, 40/20/40-split front bench seat, and two-speaker sound system with AM/FM radio.

It's also a winner in sleek exterior styling with a grille, bumpers and door handles that are all a sleek black.

Compared to the no-frills base XL, climbing up the F-250's lineup just one step to the XLT is truly impressive. The XLT gains a generous amount of upscale items that make it an excellent choice. Most notable gains include:

  • Heated outside mirrors

  • Full power accessories

  • Cloth upholstery

  • Cruise control

If you like technology, the F-250's XLT gets a huge boost in this area. It comes with:

  • Ford Sync voice command system

  • Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity

  • 4-speaker sound system with CD player, auxiliary audio jack and SUB interface

The Lariat trim cranks up the luxury in the F-250 with impressive items, such as:

  • Foglights

  • Remote start

  • Dual-automatic climate control

  • Leather upholstery

  • Power-adjustable pedals

  • Power front seats

  • Auto-dimming rearview mirror

It also features tech upgrades, such as:

  • MyFord Touch infotainment system with 8” touchscreen

  • Increased Sync functionality

  • 8-speaker audio system with satellite radio

  • Rearview camera

  • 4.2” color trip computer

 

3. Solid Safety. 

When finding the ultimate pickup truck for you, it's not all about the power and strength. It's also about being protected on and off the road. To keep you and your crew safe, the 2014 Ford F-250 is an excellent pick. Standard safety equipment, includes:

  • 4-wheel antilock disc brakes

  • Traction and stability control

  • Trailer sway control

  • Hill-start assist

  • Side curtain airbags

  • SOS post-crash alert system

There is also extra items found in higher trims. For instance, the XLT trim – and higher – come equipped with an integrated trailer brake controller, while the Lariat trim gets rear parking sensors and power-adjustable pedals.

Looking for an excellent pickup truck? Then the 2014 Ford F-250 may be just the truck for you. Check it out when you visit our dealership in Boise, Meridian or Nampa, ID.


This entry was posted in Internet Auto Rent & Sales Boise and tagged 2014 Ford trucks, 2014 trucks, best used trucks, 2014 Ford F-250, heavy-duty trucks, heavy-duty used trucks, used cars and trucks, powerful trucks, pickup trucks on 01/02/2017 at 2:13 PM

2011 GMC Sierra - Internet Auto Rent and Sales - Boise, ID

 

Trucks are best known for their handy and capable personality. Need to haul a heavy load? Trucks are designed for that! Looking to tow a trailer? Can't beat the strength of a truck! Dying for some dirty, off-road fun? A truck is definitely capable of that! As the years go on, trucks are also continuing to become more attractive, comfortable and down-right enjoyable in all areas. For consumers in the market for a used truck, there is a huge list of options. But when looking for a truck that offers a smooth and quiet ride, high comfort, power under the hood, and true strength, one of the best choices is GMC's 2011 Sierra.

 

Impressive Trim Levels

As a full-size pickup truck, the 2017 Sierra impresses with power, strength and off-road capabilities. But what also draws consumers in is the available trim levels that are packed with a wide range of worthwhile equipment and features.

For those seeking a truck that's on the basic side, the Sierra's Work trim and SL trim are two good options. The Work trim comes with the bare necessities, but also includes some decent electronics, like a trip computer and CD/MP3 player with auxiliary audio jack and satellite radio.

The SL adds a bit more with the inclusion of:

  • Full power accessories

  • Keyless entry

  • Cruise control

Mid-level trims, like the SLE and SLT, provide a much more upscale experience with premium cloth seats, auto-dimming rearview mirror and leather-wrapped steering wheel. The SLT piles on even more premium items, including:

  • Leather seats

  • Remote engine start

  • Full center console

  • Bose audio system with 6-disc CD changer

  • Powered and heated front seats

  • Rear audio controls

 

Generous Power and Strength

When consumers want a truck that provides generous power and strength, they find GMC's 2011 Sierra to be a satisfying choice. So where does the Sierra get its power and strength? The answer lies in its numerous powertrains. Depending on trim level, the Sierra comes with one of four engines. Here are some must-know stats about each:

  • 4.3-liter V6: 195 hp/260 lb.-ft. torque
  • 4.8-liter V8: 302 hp/305 lb.-ft. torque
  • 5.3-liter V8: 315 hp/335 lb.-ft. torque
  • 6.2-liter V8: 403 hp/417 lb.-ft. torque

The largest V8s come paired to a six-speed automatic transmission, while the 4.8-liter V8 and the V6 comes matched to a four-speed automatic.

An area that truly impresses consumers in the Sierra's with the 6.2-liter V8 is its speed and towing capabilities. From zero to 60 mph, this engine accelerated in just 6.6 seconds – a speedy time for a full-size pickup. When properly equipped, the Sierra can tow up to 10,700 pounds.

 

High-Ranking Interior

It's not always easy to find a truck that shows off an interior that is worthwhile. But the 2011 Sierra features an interior that definitely ranks high. Fit and finish are solid, seats are comfortable and storage space is adequate. When opting for higher trim levels, like the SLT and Denali, the interior provides some significant upgrades, like a unique dash and door panels, full center console, and attractive wood grain and metallic accents. Consumers also like the versatility of the Sierra. One feature, in particular, are the rear seat cushions that flip up – a perk that creates a nearly-flat load floor.

 

Solid Safety

With all of the newest advanced safety systems on the market in brand-new vehicles, it can be hard to know whether safety is as good in a vehicle that is used – but it definitely is. The 2011 Sierra comes with all of the essential safety equipment, including:

  • Antilock brakes

  • Stability control

  • Front, side and side curtain airbags

The Sierra also boasts top marks in safety crash testing in areas such as frontal-offset protection and frontal collision protection.

To learn more about why the 2011 GMC Sierra is a top choice for a full-size pickup truck, visit our dealership in Boise, Meridian and Nampa, ID.


This entry was posted in Internet Auto Rent & Sales Boise and tagged 2011 GMC trucks, 2011 GMC Sierra, GMC Sierra, 2011 pickup trucks, best full-size trucks, best trucks, used trucks, used vehicles on 01/02/2017 at 12:37 PM

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