If you are in the market for a new truck, it is time to brush up on some of the fun new features you can get. These features help increase the functionality and safety of your truck.
#1: Multi-Functional Key Fob
First, you want a vehicle that has a multi-functional key fob that allows you to do more than just unlock the doors. You want a key fob that will allow you to remotely start your vehicle, which will allow you to warm up your vehicle in the winter or cool it off during the summertime.
Also, look for a key fob that allows you to automatically open your tailgate. This will make it easier to put things in the back of your truck when your hands are already full.
#2: Step Bumper
Sometimes you need to get into the bed of your truck. A step bumper can make it a little easier to get in and out of your truck when necessary.
#3: Retracting Running Boards
A truck is great to drive because it elevates you high up on the road and allows you to really see where you are going. However, getting into and out of a truck can be difficult because it is so high off the ground.
That is where having an automatic retracting running board can be great. With a retracting running board, you can activate and use it to get in and out of your truck with ease. The running board will be retracted when you are driving.
#4: Rear Saddle Bags
The mesh pockets on the back seat of vehicles is so out of style. Instead, look for a truck that has pouches on the back of the front seats.
Rear seat pouches provide you with storage space and allow you to keep your items out of the view of others and to keep things looking a little more organized.
A panoramic sunroof is not a necessary feature, but it can be a nice feature. A panoramic sunroof allows natural light into your truck, which can help to create a more pleasant driving experience. It can also make your truck feel more spacious and open.
Consider what features you would use on a truck when deciding which model and add-ons to get. Go with features that you think would increase your safety and usage of your vehicle.
Contact a dealership like Cronin CDJR to learn more.