Car reviews - Ford - F-Series - F250 XLT Crew Cab utility
6 Jun 2002
THERE is lots of space in the F250 Crew Cab. The front bucket seats are broad and the centre armrest is big enough for all five passengers to rest an elbow on - that's on top of the fold-down captain's chair-style armrest on the front bucket seats. The rear seat is a flat bench that folds forward to allow access to the limited storage behind. Legroom is generous up front and in the rear, and head height is not an issue as you can easily climb in with your Akubra on. Front and rear outboard seatbelts are lap/sash, with only a lap belt offered for the centre passenger. Head restraints are moulded into the backrest of the front seats but no head restraints are offered in the rear, where passengers' heads travel very close to the rear window. Driver and front passenger airbags are standard in XLT and optional in XL models.
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Did you know?The F-Series comes in single-cab, "Super-cab" and "Crew-Cab" formats. The Super-cab has seating in the rear and access is through rear-hinged doors. This means that when the door is closed the F-Series looks like a normal extra-cab vehicle. Opening both front and rear doors together reveals the vehicle has no B-pillar
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