Ford said Wednesday it will roll out its STX Appearance Package for the first time on Super Duty trucks for the 2017 model year. The option will also be available on 2017 F-150 in either SuperCab or SuperCrew configurations.
Positioned between Ford’s XL and XLT models, Doug Scott, Ford truck group marketing manager, says the STX trim level targets customers looking for the utility of an F-Series truck, but with a stylish exterior and interior features not normally available on entry level F-150s.
The STX Appearance Package features 20-inch machined-aluminum wheels with dark gray painted pockets; Black billet-style grille with body-color surround and black mesh insert; Body-color front fascia and front and rear bumpers; SYNC 3 with 8-inch center stack touch screen and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto; Privacy glass; Unique black sport cloth seats with Flow-through Console and steering column-mounted shifter; STX Sport Box decal; Fog lamps; and Manual driver and passenger lumbar support.
The F-150 with the STX package is available with the 2.7 liter EcoBoost, 5 liter V8 and 3.5 liter EcoBoost.
The Super Duty STX Appearance package, available on all cab configurations, gets exterior chrome features – like a chrome front and rear step bumpers and unique aluminum wheels – along with unique badging. It comes available with either the 6.2-liter V8 gas engine, or the 6.7-liter Power Stroke diesel. the following to the XL trim:
It also adds an STX fender vent badge; Steering wheel-mounted cruise control; Bright hub covers (SRW only); and AM/FM stereo with single CD/MP3 player.