The full-size Ford F-150 is not only the top-selling pickup in the U.S., it’s also the industry’s most popular vehicle. The F-150 certainly aims to please, coming in no less than 10 trim levels that range from a basic work truck to a rip-roaring off-road sport truck, and what amounts to an opulent luxury vehicle, with a full assortment of cab styles, bed lengths, payloads and comfort/convenience features to suit most truck buyers. All models come wrapped in burly styling, with the front-end treatments varying slightly among select trim levels. Buyers can choose from a decently powered 3.7-liter V-6 engine, burlier 5.0- and 6.2-liter V-8s and the outstanding 3.5-liter turbocharged “EcoBoost” V-6 that delivers impressive towing abilities and fuel economy; all come mated to a smooth shifting six-speed automatic transmission. For better or worse, 2013 versions offer the latest version of the often confounding MyFord Touch touchscreen-based multimedia control system, which Ford says in the F-150 can be operated while wearing work gloves.