The 2021 Ford F-150 is impressive by any standards. The 2021 F-150 gets fully redesigned for the new model year. With its changes come top rankings as the #1 vehicle among large trucks, which is no small feat. The Ford F-150 gets changes inside and out and beneath the hood in 2021. This year, the truck comes with the option of getting a hybrid powertrain for the first time in its history. A generator onboard the truck is also standard, which is a new offering from Ford. The F-150 has a new infotainment display in 2021 as well. This year it gets a new available infotainment system containing a sleek design and an available 12-inch inch infotainment display screen. This generation of the F-150 kicks off the 14th generation of the truck. Along with more power options, the truck gets clever storage spaces in 2021, and it has more custom finishes available for the interior and exterior than in the past.
|Specs||2021 Ford F-150 XL Regular Cab|
|Fuel Economy (City/Hwy)**||24 city / 24 hwy mpg**|
|Standard Engine||3.3L V6 PFDI Engine with Auto Start/Stop Technology|
|Horsepower||250 - 400 horsepower (trim dependent)|
|Towing Capacity||5,000 - 11,300lbs (trim dependent)|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||23-Gallon|
|Transmission||10-Speed Automatic Transmission|
The 2021 F-150 has an impressive number of engines available and multiple drivetrains for your needs. The base engine on the Ford F-150 is a 3.3L that has six cylinders. The base engine's output is 290 for horsepower and 265 LB-FT for torque. Those wanting more power can upgrade to the next engine, which is a turbo 2.7L that also has six cylinders. More power comes with this engine, which produces an increase of up to 325 HP. A turbo V8 engine is the third engine available for the Ford. This V8 engine cranks out even more power at a maximum of 400 HP. Following that engine, if you want to stick with a gasoline engine, is a turbo V6 that cranks out the same amount in power but jumps to 500 LB-FT of torque. A diesel is offered that creates 250 HP, and you can select a hybrid powertrain as well with a top power output that reaches 430 HP and up to 570 LB-FT of torque.
The interior varies by trim for the 2021 Ford F-150. The first in the line, called the XL, gets vinyl flooring as a hardy standard feature. The entry-level trim has one zone of air conditioning. Its windows are manually operated. Carpeted floors come with the XLT, which is the second Ford F-150 trim in 2021. The XLT has more custom options for the driver and front passenger with lumbar adjustments. Power-operated windows and locks come with this trim. It also adds more safety equipment. Leather seats are added to the Lariat trim. Its front seats are both heated and ventilated, and it upgrades to dual-zone climate control. Remote control is included. A heated wheel comes with the King Ranch trim, and the Limited has massaging front seats and special leather upholstery.
At a minimum, the 2021 F-150 comes with an eight-inch display touchscreen that is compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The XLT trim adds more safety technology. Starting with the Lariat trim you can get a 12-inch display that is new for the 2021 model year, along with LED lights in the bed for visibility. The King Ranch has full LED lighting and wireless charging. An eight-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system is also standard. Wireless charging comes with the Limited trim too, and it gets a two-panel moonroof.
Forward collision warning and lane departure warning are standard safety amenities on the 2021 F-150. It also adds lane-keep assist, rear automatic braking, and blind-spot monitoring on the upper level trims. LED lights are added on some F-150 models, and you can get trailer towing technology, too.
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