What many ranchers want when it comes to a pickup for work isn’t a fancy full leather four-door truck with the biggest engine available. What many ranchers want is a basic work truck with a few features they need for work. Work trucks get beat up, cows lean on them, and dent things, and they tend to be muddy a lot. Long McArthur Ford has a truck that many farmers and ranchers might find to be perfect for their needs called the 2020 Ford F-150 Cattleman.
The dealership takes a basic single-cab Ford F-150 XL series truck to create the 2020 Ford F-150 Cattleman pickup. Options from the factory include a 5.0-liter V8 engine paired up with a 10-speed automatic transmission. Options include four-wheel-drive, a 3.73 electronic locking rear axle, black platform running boards, and a Class IV trailer hitch.
On top of that basic pickup, Long McArthur adds its Cattleman Package that brings with it a 2-inch suspension level kit, four-wheel alignment, Fuel 35-inch all-terrain tires, and XD black 18-inch wheels. The speedometer is recalibrated, and the truck has a Rhino Pro spray-in bed liner added. Cattleman bedside graphics are added, windows are tinted, and a Ranchhand grille guard is added.
Long McArthur has several of these trucks made up and ready to go at $39,999 each after a $4,000 discount. The sticker price for the truck alone is $38,000. Available colors include Blue Jeans Metallic, Race Red, and Oxford White. The package price for the additions is $5,999. The lift, wheels, and tires may be a bit much for some ranchers, but it’s not a bad price for what you get. Ranchers who want something that can tow more and is fancier could check out the F-250 Baja the dealership offers.
Source: Long McArthur Ford