The XL is the most affordable option in the lineup, starting at under 25 grand. However, this shows in the abundance of hard plastics and utilitarian styling. Fortunately, you can spec either an extended or a crew cab and can have the XL with four-wheel-drive too. Cruise control and power mirrors, as well as driver aids like blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert can also be added for a price. It’s worth carefully considering the spec, however, as too many options can take it past the XLT’s starting price, and that model features a number of the XL’s options as standard.
6 Speakers, SYNC, enhanced voice recognition communications and entertainment system, 911 Assist, 4.2" LCD display in center stack, AppLink and 1 smart charging USB port, Cruise Control, Power Glass Sideview Mirrors, Day/Night Rearview Mirror, Remote Key Fob w/Tailgate Lock, Perimeter Anti-Theft Alarm
towing capability up to 7500 lbs and 4-pin/7-pin wiring harness, Class IV Trailer Hitch Receiver
Perimeter Alarm, Remote Key Fob, Power Glass Sideview Mirrors Requires valid FIN code.