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2021 Ford F-150

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The 2021 Ford F-150 is a completely redesigned truck, ushering in the 14th generation of the country’s best-selling vehicle. Things aren’t wildly different, though. In contrast to the full, ground-up, aluminum-bodied reimagining of the previous generation, Ford largely stuck with an evolutionary approach this time around.

Many won’t be able to detect the many subtle styling updates, but there is nevertheless more visual variety for 2021 thanks to a whopping 11 different grille designs included with different trim levels and packages. The interior actually sees more significant differences. The dimensions are the same, but there are new features, and the dashboard has been reshaped so that it can swallow the colossal 12-inch touchscreen that’s been added to the options list. The thing is basically a computer monitor. Both it and the standard 8-inch touchscreen also run Ford’s latest Sync 4 infotainment software. There are also new bed features, including a veritable power station to plug your tools into.

There are six engine offerings, though we didn’t know their exact specs at the time of this writing. The 3.3-liter naturally aspirated V6 returns as the base engine and will likely produce something similar to the 2020’s 290 horsepower. The same goes for the 2.7-liter turbocharged "EcoBoost" V6, which produced 325 horsepower last year. Also returning are the 5.0-liter "Coyote" V8, which made 395 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque in the 2020 (we expect a slight bump for '21), and the 3.0-liter PowerStroke diesel that will likely carry on essentially unchanged.

The 3.5-liter turbo V6 returns, but will only be offered in one state of tune. Whether it’ll match one of the previous truck’s options (375- or 450 horsepower) or something different wasn’t known at the time of this writing. We also don’t know what’s in store for the Raptor. Most notably, there’s the new F-150 Hybrid that Ford promises will produce class-leading power and torque (meaning more than 420 hp and 480 lb-ft), while presumably returning comparably excellent fuel economy as well.

As always, there are multiple body options. The Regular cab and extended SuperCab come standard with a 6.5-foot box, but can be optioned up to the 8-foot one. The SuperCrew comes standard with a 5.5-foot box, but the 6.5-foot one is optional. The XL and XLT trims are available in any cab style, while the SuperCab ladder stops at Lariat. If you want a King Ranch, Platinum or Limited, you have to get the SuperCrew.

You can use the rest of this page to find more in-depth information about the 2021 Ford F-150, including features, specs and where to find a good deal near you.


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The 2021 Ford F-150 is a completely redesigned truck, ushering in the 14th generation of the country’s best-selling vehicle. Things aren’t wildly different, though. In contrast to the full, ground-up, aluminum-bodied reimagining of the previous generation, Ford largely stuck with an evolutionary approach this time around.

Many won’t be able to detect the many subtle styling updates, but there is nevertheless more visual variety for 2021 thanks to a whopping 11 different grille designs included with different trim levels and packages. The interior actually sees more significant differences. The dimensions are the same, but there are new features, and the dashboard has been reshaped so that it can swallow the colossal 12-inch touchscreen that’s been added to the options list. The thing is basically a computer monitor. Both it and the standard 8-inch touchscreen also run Ford’s latest Sync 4 infotainment software. There are also new bed features, including a veritable power station to plug your tools into.

There are six engine offerings, though we didn’t know their exact specs at the time of this writing. The 3.3-liter naturally aspirated V6 returns as the base engine and will likely produce something similar to the 2020’s 290 horsepower. The same goes for the 2.7-liter turbocharged "EcoBoost" V6, which produced 325 horsepower last year. Also returning are the 5.0-liter "Coyote" V8, which made 395 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque in the 2020 (we expect a slight bump for '21), and the 3.0-liter PowerStroke diesel that will likely carry on essentially unchanged.

The 3.5-liter turbo V6 returns, but will only be offered in one state of tune. Whether it’ll match one of the previous truck’s options (375- or 450 horsepower) or something different wasn’t known at the time of this writing. We also don’t know what’s in store for the Raptor. Most notably, there’s the new F-150 Hybrid that Ford promises will produce class-leading power and torque (meaning more than 420 hp and 480 lb-ft), while presumably returning comparably excellent fuel economy as well.

As always, there are multiple body options. The Regular cab and extended SuperCab come standard with a 6.5-foot box, but can be optioned up to the 8-foot one. The SuperCrew comes standard with a 5.5-foot box, but the 6.5-foot one is optional. The XL and XLT trims are available in any cab style, while the SuperCab ladder stops at Lariat. If you want a King Ranch, Platinum or Limited, you have to get the SuperCrew.

You can use the rest of this page to find more in-depth information about the 2021 Ford F-150, including features, specs and where to find a good deal near you.


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Engine 3.3L V-6
MPG 19 City / 22 Hwy
Seating 3 Passengers
Transmission 10-spd w/OD
Power 290 @ 6500 rpm
Drivetrain four-wheel
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