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2015 F-150 will offer snow plow package

Using pickup trucks for heavy-duty tasks is nothing new. While HD and Super-Duty vehicles are generally used in these situations, they could have to make some room on the road, as a new announcement from Ford has many wintertime drivers eyeing the possibility of employing the standard F-150 for all their snow-removal needs. 

Ford recently announced that its upcoming introduction, the 2015 F-150, would be available with a special snow-plow package. This option would make the F-150 the only half-ton pickup in the U.S. with the ability to have a snow plow attached. 

Snow is no obstacle
Installing a snow plow on a Ford truck is a familiar practice, thanks in large part to the capabilities offered by the brand's pickups. While off-road driving may still be the No. 1 activity in one of these half-ton trucks, clearing snow may soon be a popular choice, especially since the F-150 will be better suited to plow the powder than any of its predecessors. 

"The new 2015 F-150 is the toughest F-150 ever, and by using more high-strength steel in its frame and advanced materials in the body, we've made the new truck up to 700 pounds lighter. This leads to more capability and better handling, which is exactly what you'd want for plowing," said Eric Peterson, the marketing manager for the F-150. "Adding a snow plow prep kit to our lineup helps ensure our customers have even more tools at their disposal to get the job done."

Catering to a driver's every need 
Although adding a snow plow to the front of a vehicle may be low on the list of your desired truck modifications, it is just the tip of the iceberg for the 2015 F-150. With Ford officials touting the new and improved frame of the automobile, as well as the diverse array of alterations available to drivers who want to customize their rides, future buyers of the pickup could find that their options are endless. 

The snow-plow package will be available in three different trims, giving drivers some flexibility in their purchase. All of these options come with the right equipment to install the gear on the front of the truck. Winter may be coming to an end, but with this new F-150 not expected out for several months, purchases could be made right as drivers are beginning to turn their attention to the next cold season.