The 2014 F-150 is the last year of the 12th generation and the pinnacle of its development. This tough all-American pickup truck comes in 10 models with a range of MSRP starting prices – the XL at $25,025, the STX at $27,510, the XLT at $30,335, the FX2 at $36,455, the Lariat at $37,640, the FX4 at $40,570, the King Ranch at $44,880, the SVT Raptor (off-road F-150) at $44,995, the Platinum at $47,905, and the Limited at $50,985. Fuel efficiency ranges from 11/16 mpg city/highway to 17/23 mpg city/highway. Built with one of four engines – a 3.7L Ti-VCT V6, a 3.5L Ecoboost V6, and 5.0L and 6.2L V8s, these pickups seat 3 or 6 depending on cab configuration. Boxes include 5.5 foot, 6.5 foot, and 8.0 foot variants. Maximum payload for the model year is 3,120 lbs, while the maximum towing rating stands at a hefty 11,300 lbs. The fully boxed frame features 23% high-strength steel construction for extra robustness combined with fuel-saving, power-boosting weight reduction. Some advanced features include an electronic-locking rear differential that increases the traction of both rear wheels for towing and off-roading applications, and roll stability control to keep you safer. Base curb weight for this pickup varies from 4,865 lbs to 5,904 lbs depending on the engine size and cab configuration. Both 4x2 and 4x4 drive systems are available in this model year.