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I’ll let you decide for yourself! Overview Ford will offer the next-generation F-150 with no fewer than six powertrains—including a plug-in hybrid for the very first time—plus three cab configurations and both long and short bed lengths. Need something to impress the in-laws? Upscale models offer more than just a touch of luxury. Towing something heavy? We expect some of these half-ton trucks will boast a maximum towing capacity of at least 13,000 pounds. And don't forget the bad-boy F-150 Raptor, Ford's performance powerhouse, which will arrive sometime after the base truck. What's New for 2021? Though its styling may suggest otherwise, Ford's best-selling vehicle will be new for 2021. Rumor has it an electric F-150 is also on the way, but we expect that won't debut for another year or two. Meanwhile, we anticipate the 2021 F-150 to start trickling into Ford dealerships by the end of 2020. Pricing and Which One to Buy XL: $30,000 (est) XLT: $35,000 (est) Lariat: $45,000 (est) King Ranch: $55,000 (est) Platinum: $60,000 (est) Limited: $70,000 (est) We hesitate to recommend specific body styles and bed lengths because those decisions will vary according to an individual's needs, but we would suggest going with at least the XLT model, as it's a step up from the very basic XL work truck. Those looking for a few luxuries may find the Lariat the best mix of features and affordability. Ford hasn't released pricing or option packages, but we're fairly certain the company will resist the urge to fuss with a winning formula. Engine, Transmission, and Performance Like the 2020 model, the 2021 F-150 will be available with several engines—a 3.3-liter V-6, a 5.0-liter V-8, a twin-turbocharged 2.7-liter V-6, a twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V-6, and a 3.0-liter turbo-diesel V-6. No matter which engine you choose, the F-150 comes paired with a 10-speed automatic. Buyers will be able to choose between rear- and four-wheel drive. A plug-in-hybrid model is also in the works and will utilize an electric motor to provide up to 10 miles of electric-only range before one of the turbocharged V-6s takes over. The rumored all-electric F-150 will likely be a joint venture with EV upstart Rivian, but Ford has yet to announce much about that. Towing and Payload Capacity The company hasn't released towing or payload figures yet, but we don't expect the 2021 F-150 to lose any of the capability of the outgoing model. That means a maximum towing capacity of at least 13,000 pounds, which keeps it in the hunt with key rivals like the Chevrolet Silverado 1500, GMC Sierra 1500, and Ram 1500. Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG The EPA likely won't release fuel-economy estimates for the 2021 models until the truck nears its on-sale date. We expect to test several F-150s on our 200-mile highway fuel-economy loop and will update this story with results once we do. Interior, Comfort, and Cargo Interior appointments remain unknown, but Ford will need to up the ante in order to compete with the Ram 1500's deluxe cabin. We're hoping for more premium materials, additional convenience features, and an onslaught of new tech. Passenger space is expected to be similar to the outgoing model, with the four-door crew-cab body style being the most spacious and family friendly of the bunch. Infotainment and Connectivity Ford will provide an 8.0-inch infotainment display as standard running its Sync 4 software, while a much larger 15.5-inch unit will be optional. This will top the Ram 1500's optional 12.0-inch vertically oriented display and completely dwarf the Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra's 8.0-inch screens. We expect Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and a Wi-Fi hotspot to be standard; navigation and SiriusXM radio should be available as options as well as a premium stereo system from Bang & Olufsen. Safety and Driver-Assistance Features We expect crash-testing to take place just before the truck goes on sale, so there's nothing to report on that front yet. Ford hasn't mentioned much about the new model's driver-assistance features, but our guess is that the F-150 will offer many of today's most desired features and some may even come standard. We anticipate the truck will have: Standard automated emergency braking with pedestrian detection Available lane-departure warning with lane-keeping assist Available adaptive cruise control Warranty and Maintenance Coverage We don't expect Ford will change its standard warranty offerings for the 2021 model year. The current truck comes with three years or 36,000 miles of bumper-to-bumper coverage and five years or 60,000 miles of powertrain protection. Ford doesn't offer any complimentary scheduled maintenance, but rivals such as the Toyota Tundra and the GM twins do. Limited warranty covers three years or 36,000 miles Powertrain warranty covers five years or 60,000 miles No complimentary scheduled maintenance 2021 Ford F-150: What We Know So Far
As background we started out with our Forest River 2018 Wildwood 30ft travel trailer as we had never camped before. It was light weight enough we pulled it with our 2017 gas Chevy 2500. We took off from Virginia in February 2021 and it was a challenge for two people running two businesses. We decided to upgrade in late June when our Chevy barely pulled the grade to Show Low, Arizona at 6500 ft. elevation. So we decided we needed the bigger 3500 size diesel trucks and traded for a Ford Lariat package equipped truck. So far it is much better. We headed off to Texas to visit a relative for two weeks and our goal was to trade the travel trailer. We successfully found a dealer in Kyle, Texas who had Alliance Valors. We chose this model because of the floor plan and it is a toy hauler we can convert the garage space into office space over time. It is a 45 footer plus the truck, but as it is a fifth wheel it is much easier to hook up and take off. Automatic levelers assist so much too. A couple things were wrong but Alliance is on top of it and we are happy with our new space, especially the King Size bed.
I believe the first models in Ford’s Super Duty line were ,released in 1999,. Since then, they’ve come a long way. In 2020, Ford carried out a major refresh of the Super Duty range, in 2021, a new generation of the F-150 and now it presents another evolution for the Super Duty. The car manufacturer caused a sensation with the new generation of its fourth generation SYNC4 multimedia system. If the first three are far from being conclusive, this new version is more powerful, more intuitive to use and more functional and, it must be said, more impressive with its 12-inch screen. This is therefore one of the novelties that Ford is introducing in the Super Duty 2022 for Lariat models and more luxurious models. The 2022 Ford Super Duty ,model lineup, will hit the market next fall.