Picking up up the Bronze Fire 2016 Ford F-150 Lariat Crew Cab for the week, the first thing we did as a tradition is gun the accelerator onto the freeway to hear its sound and feel its power. In a pleasant surprise it was a V8 growl, not the engineered thrum of a twin-turbo V6. A welcome sound, this is the first time Ford has given us anything other than an EcoBoost F-150 in years. And while EcoBoost is not a bad thing, nearly one-third of buyers choose the V8 and we’re glad we got some seat time to tell you about it. To start with, the Lariat F-150 is a trim grade that falls square between the XL entry point and the new top-end Limited. As tested with options, this F-150 is $55,215 which is...