By on June 25, 2020

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Ford Motor Company pulled the wraps off the next-generation 2021 F-150 on Thursday night, revealing a new body and face that’s evolutionary in nature and a powertrain addition that sets its apart from all rivals. Could you call it revolutionary?

Being first in its class to offer something new is key for the F-150, being America’s best selling vehicle and all. In this case, that feature is a hybrid powertrain — one Ford says will make the F-150 the most potent light-duty pickup on the market.

There’s also added inches where it supposedly counts

More on that length and output in a moment.

For 2021, the F-150 takes pains to keep the overall look of the previous generation while boosting its presence and perceived muscularity. There’s a power dome hood, wraparound bumpers, more pronounced wheel arches met by a slight increase in track (via wider wheels), and grille options galore. There’s 11 available grille styles on offer across the F-150’s trim range.

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As you’ve already seen, the F-150’s headlights come wrapped in LED borders. Ford helps the truck’s passage through the air with several aero features, including an active air dam, grille shutters, and redesigned tailgate.

The automaker seem to think owners spend too much time in their trucks, and it could be right. As such, the ’21 F-150 arrives ready to house you for a long stay — or act as your office. Want to turn that wide, useless console into a work desk? Opt for the Interior Work Service feature, which employs a stowable shift lever and panels to make room for a 15-inch laptop. That’s available on any trim.

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Spending the night? Ford’s Max Recline Seats, optional on King Ranch and up, fold “nearly” 180 degrees. The bottom cushion moves up for a flatter seating surface. Anything of value can be locked in the available rear seat storage compartment, hidden below the rear seat. This full-length affair only needs someone to lift the bottom cushion for access.

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Speaking of things that hide, the ’21 F-150 can be had with full-length retractable running boards that extend aft of the rear door. As if there weren’t enough assists to help you into the bed…

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On the tech front, a 12-inch touchscreen appears on XLT trims and above, with XL customers getting a standard 8-inch screen. There, drivers looking for entertainment can access a digital owner’s manual should they wish, or the various other features of the upgraded SYNC 4 infotainment system. Ford needed to up its screen game after the 2019 Ram 1500 debuted with a footlong of its own. Optional is a 12-inch digital gauge cluster.

The new-generation truck adds the ability for Ford to refresh software with over-the-air updates. One such update, should buyers want it, is the Active Drive Assist feature that debuted on the Mustang Mach-E. Allowing for hands-free driving on more than 100,000 miles of mapped, divided highways, it can be added to the truck’s tech roster remotely in the third quarter of 2021, assuming the buyer sprung for the prep package. It’s the first such hands-free feature offered on a pickup.

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Intersection Assist employs the truck’s full range of sensors and cameras, as well as its automatic emergency braking system, to prevent head-on collisions when turning left, though it’s not standard fare in the Co-Pilot360 2.0 suite of safety features.

Those with a penchant for towing can opt for the Trailer Reverse Guidance feature formerly found only on Ford’s Super Duty line. This bit of helpful kit uses the truck’s cameras to leave no view out of reach, “with helpful graphics that tell drivers which way to turn the steering wheel while backing up.” Pro Trailer Backup Assist returns to make rearward travel a breeze.

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All well and good, but what about power? It comes in many forms — and from many sources — in this truck. The usual array of V6 engines carries over for ’21 (base 3.3-liter, 2.7-liter EcoBoost, 3.5-liter EcoBoost, 3.0-liter diesel), with the 5.0-liter V8 remaining in the roster. Hybrid power comes by way of the 3.5-liter PowerBoost setup, which takes the existing twin-turbo 3.5L and adds a 47-horsepower electric motor integrated into the 10-speed automatic transmission.

Employing regenerative braking to help feed the 1.5 kWh lithium-ion battery, the hybrid drivetrain is reportedly good for up to 700 miles to a tank and boasts “at least” a 12,000-pound towing capacity. This is the recipe Ford says will top any other full-size truck’s output (Ram might have something to say about that). That said, Ford did not release power specs for the hybrid unit.

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While the upcoming Ram Rebel TRX might top the PowerBoost’s output before long, it certainly won’t touch the hybrid’s efficiency. EPA figures will have to wait, however. One thing of note is that the hybrid can be ordered across the range, even on the base XL.

And power needn’t only be a consideration when the truck’s standing still. Ford promises “generator levels” of electric current to those who need it.

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From Ford:

Pro Power Onboard is available with a 2.0-kilowatt output on optional gas engines, while PowerBoost-equipped F-150 comes standard with 2.4 kilowatts of output or an optional 7.2 kilowatts of output. Power is accessible through in-cabin outlets and up to four cargo bed-mounted 120-volt 20-amp outlets, with a 240-volt 30-amp outlet on the 7.2-kilowatt version.

Now you see why the hybrid powertrain can be ordered by XL (read: fleet) buyers.

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Ford has never faced stiffer competition from its newly fresh domestic rivals. Its F-Series line saw a slight sales drop for 2019, something that, while partly explainable by Super Duty timing, occurred as Ram catapulted itself into second place. The need to come up with class-exclusive features was never greater.

Between its trick seats and console, an infotainment screen that matches Ram, a hybrid option, hands-free driving tech, and exterior customization galore, Ford seems to have amassed enough features to ensure bragging rights among its peers — and relevancy among buyers.

The 2021 F-150 hits dealerships this fall.

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68 Comments on “2021 Ford F-150: There’s New Faces in Your Future, and Maybe a Hybrid, Too...”


  • avatar
    rocketrodeo

    Wonder if the regular cab short bed will continue to be available.

    • 0 avatar
      eggsalad

      I feel like they’re all waiting for “the other guy” to make the first move into eliminating regular cabs, regardless of bed. Although RAM has yet to introduce a regular cab for the current truck, they still offer regular cab in the “Classic” model.

      • 0 avatar
        DenverMike

        Highly doubtful. In order to eliminate the regular cab, those that still gotta have the 8 ft bed would be forced an awkwardly long, 163 inch wheelbase and considerably longer than the F-150 crew cab and 6.5 ft bed.

        GM and Ram don’t offer a truck that long.

        • 0 avatar
          stuki

          Seems to me, regcabs’ main competition these days are small cargovans more than bigger pickups. But that may be an awfully “city-boy” ‘ish perspective.

      • 0 avatar
        Lou_BC

        Still too many fleet buyers for Ford to ditch the regular cab.

  • avatar
    Imagefont

    I had heard they were pairing the hybrid system with the 3.5EB. A pity it’s not a stand alone option that can be had with any engine. I would think the hybrid system with the base 3.3V6 would be attractive to fleet buyers, assuming it has a measurable improvement in economy and essentially eliminates idling. With a 1.5kWh battery this is not a very aggressive foray into a hybrid powertrain, a let down after all this time.
    Ford is lazy.

    • 0 avatar
      dal20402

      Yeah, that surprises me too. Hybrid + 3.3L seems like the perfect city fleet truck.

    • 0 avatar
      Scoutdude

      While the NA 3.3 teamed with the Hybrid system may be a fleet buyer’s we dream, the big profits are the high trim lines sold at retail.

      Retail truck buyers on the other expect the more expensive power train to make more power. (Other than the few 1/2 ton diesel buyers). So by making this the top dog it will be the default option for those that have to have the most powerful.

      I think this may turn out just like the EcoBoost played out. By making it the top dog it was the must have for certain buyers and sitting at the top of the hierarchy paved the way for the baby EcoBoost to join the family.

      I also think this choice doesn’t preclude fleets and the fact that you can buy it on an XL means Ford things there is a market. Many gov’t fleets have alternative fuel/green vehicle mandates that mean they will check the Hybrid box if that is an option regardless of cost. For customers in the construction industry that 7.2kw power supply will be very tempting too. That’s enough to run a fairly large construction site easily or power a welder. And it looks like it is more efficient than a portable generator.

      Other places are reporting 85 hr run time at 2.4kw and 32 hr at 7.2kw.

      I do think this may lead to a more fleet friendly baby Powerboost in the future, if it does well.

  • avatar
    Lie2me

    Nice and for anyone who has to do any kind of work while in their vehicle they will appreciate the collapsible shifter, but we all know we don’t actually need a shifter to change gears. I guess a truck without one would be too wussy ;-)

    I also like the power panel in the bed area, seems like a handy feature

    • 0 avatar
      Lou_BC

      The consoles are too big in new pickups. Why don’t they just offer the column shifter on all trim levels.

    • 0 avatar
      SCE to AUX

      “a stowable shift lever”

      That’s what pushbutton transmissions are for. I’m sure the engineers enjoyed designing a stowable shift lever, but it seems like a future recall waiting.

    • 0 avatar
      dukeisduke

      They call it “stowable”, but isn’t it really just covered by part of the console? I haven’t seen a demonstration yet, so I could be wrong.

      • 0 avatar
        Lie2me

        Doesn’t look too complex, a shifter normally locks in Park, but add a push button release and the shifter continues until it lies flat while the truck remains in Park

  • avatar
    SuperCarEnthusiast

    Like the layout of the center console and fold away shift knob and flat surface floor. The infotainment screen looks very nice also. It an upgrade to the current F-150 for sure.

    • 0 avatar
      DenverMike

      It’s a lot of trouble for a shifter that belongs on the steering column. It’s just goofy to put it on the console anyway. It’s not a Camaro/IROC.

      Except the console is useless and tacky too. If you’re gonna live in the truck, it should be a better use of space. Get rid of it.

      The entire area between the seats should be one long/solid armrest/productivity desk, plus storage, higher than the door’s armrest, lower that the window sill, and a comfortable place to lounge against, write out invoices/forms, and or set spread out your food/drinks, or tools, laptop, etc, (or all of the above).

      • 0 avatar
        Lou_BC

        Agreed.

      • 0 avatar
        dukeisduke

        RAM used a rotary knob on the dash in the Classic version (is that also on the new one?). This seems like a good solution.

      • 0 avatar
        Vulpine

        All things considered, a physical shifter isn’t even necessary any more. If you just put some traction on the base of that ‘stowable’ shifter, you could easily just roll to Reverse, Neutral, and Drive, leaving that whole area open for the cup holders, smartphone charger/holder, etc. Certainly a shifter on the steering column is completely useless–at least as a legacy design. Just gets in the way of visibility of dashboard displays and another thing to physically break or generate accidents with injuries under the right conditions. When they were all mechanical, they were obviously necessary but no longer are those shifters physically connected to the transmission by anything more than flimsy electrical wiring.

    • 0 avatar
      Imagefont

      I always felt a center console was a huge waste of space in a truck. I want to be able to slide from the driver to the passenger seat easily with nothing blocking my feet. Shifter belongs on the steering column, center console should fold down and fold up to make a center searing position. Offer a plug in articulating support bracket for a laptop, which is what everyone does.

  • avatar
    Maymar

    Does the hybrid really count as first in class if GM offered one over a decade ago? Although, it sounds like Ford is actually going to try and make this one stick, whereas GM seemed to only offer theirs to say they did.

    • 0 avatar
      EBFlex

      In Ford’s world, facts have never mattered.

    • 0 avatar
      dukeisduke

      The GM 2 Mode Hybrid was pretty similar. Two electric motors integrated into the transmission. I’ve only ever seen one or two of the pickups like that, but I still occasionally see 2 Mode Hybrid Tahoes, Yukons, and Escalades on the road, and they usually look clean and well-maintained (maybe because they were so expensive?). They’re hard to miss, since they plastered “2 Mode Hybrid” emblems all over them.

      • 0 avatar
        SoCalMikester

        emblems? more like 8″ high lettering on the rocker panel from the front fender to the back door. and that dumb symbol with the arrows that point at each other.

        i get it, its a “hybrid”, just like one of them toyotas

  • avatar
    EBFlex

    This is it? This is the big reveal that outlets were uninvited from because they shared that the garbage bronco is going to have a 7-speed and showed a pic of rusty suspension components?

    This refresh is pathetic. Makes the 2003 refresh of the GM trucks look like all new models. Hopefully they figured out their extremely poor quality and these won’t have to be fixed immediately after rolling off the assembly line like the Explorer and MKExplorer.

    • 0 avatar
      DenverMike

      So marketing gotcha?? I guess they got your goat too!

      None of it sets the world on fire, but it obviously ups the stakes in the pickup wars.

      Yeah even if the quality and refinement of Ford trucks/SUVs aren’t the best in the business, buyers are not always coming from Lexus/Merc/BMW, so they’re given a pass.

      I don’t necessarily agree, but I have giggled at the body panel and trim alignments on mine.

      • 0 avatar
        EBFlex

        The recent JD Power report is a disaster for Ford and the fancy Fords (Lincoln). Dodge, Kia, and Ram and Chevy (tied for third) are the top 4 brands. Ford is quite below the industry average and Lincoln is well below the average.

        It seems cutting quality to boost profits has a very negative down side.

        • 0 avatar
          DenverMike

          It sounds like a bad plan, but it hasn’t affected sales, from what it seems. If cutting (or blueprinting) quality save them billions, it might not be too bad of an idea.

          It’s not clear who reads the survey rags or takes them to seriously. Anyone you know personally? A knitting circle near you?

          • 0 avatar
            EBFlex

            Right. Cutting entire divisions (car division) is the result of stellar sales.

          • 0 avatar
            DenverMike

            Sales figures were decent, but profitability the was issue, and the reasons for that are irrelevant.

            No matter what Ford could do or should’ve done, other brands are way better at doing cars.

            Now count the brands that have no answer to the F-series. Or Mustang. Go down the list.

            As a business owner, I’ve cancelled the products and services I’m not good at, nor turn a very health profit doing. I don’t think I’m a bad or irresponsible businessman for giving up on those.

            Except I’ve been successful at focusing on the things I am good at.

        • 0 avatar
          Art Vandelay

          A disaster, but higher than both Honda and Toyota lol.

  • avatar
    dal20402

    So, the only question that matters: how much would one have to add to the budget to have a good body shop fill the giant stamped “FFFFFFFFF-11111111115555555555000000000” in the tailgate?

    • 0 avatar
      Art Vandelay

      You just have to pony up for a King Ranch, Platinum or Limited much in the manner you had to pony up for an XLT back in the day if you didn’t want the giant stamped F O R D tailgate.

  • avatar
    cdrmike

    Will these power outlets actually be functional? The ones in my 2016 can run your iPad but not your drill.

    • 0 avatar
      Scoutdude

      It is optional on the gas engines and that one is 2kw which is over 16a or more than the standard household outlet, so yeah it will power pretty much anything you would plug into the wall.

      The Hybrid comes standard with 2.4 kw or 20a @120v with 7.2kw optional. That includes the 30a 240v outlet just like found on similarly sized generators, handy for breaking out multiple circuits for job sites with a spider box.

  • avatar
    cdrmike

    Current power outlets are a joke, unless you want to run your razor.

  • avatar
    Jeff S

    @Lou_BC and DenverMike–Agree I don’t want a large console especially where the width of the seat is narrow. I prefer column shifter. I am not going to sport shift on a pickup truck. I want to utilize the cab space and not have any wasted space. Give me a split bench seat with a fold down arm rest.

    • 0 avatar
      DenverMike

      I hated my poorman (40-20-40) center jumpseat/armrest, they sucks too. Until I spotted a used carpeted sub box, in the area of 14x18x32.

      I don’t need subs since in not 16, but it was the perfect filler/replacement for my jumpseat that unbolted from the floor, separate from my seats. The subs fire downward so it created a 14×32 desk/table/armrest at the perfect height (with 2″ puck spacers/feet added).

      You can screw what ever accessories to it without a care, like you would the dash.

      Since they’re there, it wouldn’t hurt to hook them up. It’s a prefab/slot ported box with two 10″ Rockford/Fosgate PUNCH DVC, 2 ohm subs, vintage pro series. They feel/hit like 12s or 15s since you’re right on top of them. But it’s the best custom upgrade to the truck, even with them off.

      • 0 avatar
        dukeisduke

        Do you mean in the ninth-gen trucks? My ’95 F-150 had that (called the “J” seat in the order book). Fold-down center seat with cupholders that included a sliding cover, and the cubby with a hinged lid. I kept a Car Discman hidden in the cubby, and ran wires under the carpet and under the sill plates to the front, for power and the cassette adapter, and stashed the cassette adapter in the ashtray below the radio.

  • avatar
    CaddyDaddy

    Compare the styling of the Ford to the Silvy. Yikes those GM trucks are UGLY! CaddyDaddy will will take a column shift please.

  • avatar
    redapple

    I think Ford has a systemic problem with Bull Shirt. It never stops.

    Just minutes ago. WJR 760 AM Detroit.
    HACK-it is on about the new F150 Pig up.

    Blah blah …we took a risk- made it aluminum -took a risk a few years back .
    It s lighter. And you really notice in the driving and handling. (2014-2020 style- before refresh).

    So, I go on the google machine. Look up curb weights

    F150 5600lbs
    Ram 5300
    GMC 5270.

    What a complete ash Hole.

    • 0 avatar
      Adam Tonge

      The lightest F150 is 4070 pounds. The lightest RAM is 4700 pounds. The lightest Silverado is 4400 pounds. The Raptor weighs 5600 pounds.

      • 0 avatar

        AS I recall this was a talking point when the new Ram and GM twins came out as in 3 way magazine tests the test trucks were always remarkably similar weights. Which has a lot to do with how their optioned. I think if you look at a base trim 4wd crew cab 5′ bed all 3 are within 250 lbs of each other but I think Ford is the lightest.

  • avatar
    Art Vandelay

    F150 4069 – 5684
    Ram 4798 – 5372
    Silverado 4520 – 5240

    Good job grabbing the high ends that support your stupidity though. It’s meaningless without payload, etc. But then again, you never concern yourself with facts.

  • avatar
    redapple

    Art
    What s up with the hostility?

    Wow.

    Lots of nasty people here. Foul poisonous people.

    I was wrong about the wts. Sorry.

    “But then again, you never concern yourself with facts.”

    And My long long history of lies – too.

    • 0 avatar
      Art Vandelay

      I am just owning your “Pig up truck” stereotypes

    • 0 avatar
      Art Vandelay

      You throw out your little smug comments all the time, insult swaths of people with your nonsensical stereotypes that you, when confronted on simply double down on and then when you get called on your BS you claim people are being Foul. Whatever, jagoff.

  • avatar
    redapple

    DEADWEIGHT

    Now I understand.

  • avatar
    RSF

    As a long time F150 Owner (since the mid 90’s) here are my initial thoughts:
    >Those seats in the Limited look really comfortable, probably similar to Navigator.
    >The fold down gear selector is gimiky at best. Should have just used a dial or push button selector.
    >The dash design looks a little similar to GM, which isn’t good. Why not an eloquent screen layout like Ram or Tesla?
    >The Max Recline seats probably will never be used in 90% of the trucks.
    >Would have been cool to include some sort of APU to power HVAC when you want to use your Max Recline seats.
    >Power Boost hybrid is really not about efficiency or engine power. It’s about powering the panel in the bed, which is a really useful option.
    >Exterior styling.. eh so so. I think the current truck is long-in-the-tooth and this really just looks like too much of the same.
    >I haven’t seen anything about improving the rear suspension. I hope it doesn’t require me to replace the rear shocks to stop the hop after hitting a bump like the current truck does.
    >Quality- Let’s just pray, hope, cross your fingers, or whatever it takes to hope it’s there. The current gen has been a disappointment, especially on the interior. I don’t want squeaks, rattles, noisy sunroofs, leaky windows, etc. Ford knows this truck is THE company and I sure hope they put the money back into ensuring quality at every level.

    • 0 avatar
      Scoutdude

      “>Would have been cool to include some sort of APU to power HVAC when you want to use your Max Recline seats.
      >Power Boost hybrid is really not about efficiency or engine power. It’s about powering the panel in the bed, which is a really useful option.”

      That’s the other benefit of the Hybrid. It will cycle the engine on and of to maintain the temp w/o the truck constantly idling.

      • 0 avatar
        RSF

        Scoutdude- here in Houston the engine would never shut off for about 8 months of the year!

        • 0 avatar
          Scoutdude

          While I have never taken one of my Hybrids to Houston I have used them in 100 degree weather, and even sitting in the sun the engine runs surprisingly little. The electric AC compressors are very efficient and the great thing is their speed can be independent of engine speed. So it can go to full speed at an idle for quick cool down or spin just fast enough to meet demand.

    • 0 avatar
      EBFlex

      “>I haven’t seen anything about improving the rear suspension. I hope it doesn’t require me to replace the rear shocks to stop the hop after hitting a bump like the current truck does.”

      The suspension is as archaic as ever. The only manufacturer who is honest enough to realize that trucks are the new minivan is Ram. The ride in those trucks is astoundingly good. The ride in all the others is bouncy and jittery. But hey, at least it makes for wonderful pencil whipped capability numbers.

      • 0 avatar
        RSF

        EBFlex I have a Ram as well. It is definitely better over rougher roads as far as wheel hop and side to side motions. I really thought the new F150 would have coil springs with an air suspension option on this refresh.

  • avatar
    Jerome10

    Exactly what you’d expect. Minor revisions but enough tweaking and features and improvements to hold their market.

    Interior might still look a bit cheap vs RAM.

    Otherwise I see good stuff here that should keep the Ford at the top of the sales heap.

    Curious to see what Toyota brings and if General Motors Plans anything for their trucks to make them stand out a bit more. Might not be anything really wrong with the GM trucks but there isn’t really anything special about them either.

  • avatar

    First thought on the in bed power was cool back up generator. But then I realized it has huge potential at the campsite or tail gating. While not as efficient as a Honda gen set an idling truck is way quieter. Be perfect for a slide in truck camper.

    • 0 avatar
      Scoutdude

      Well if you get the Hybrid version it won’t idle constantly, unless you are pulling the full load from the optional 7.2 kw unit. I bet at moderate loads the hybrid will be more efficient than the portable gen set.

  • avatar
    Dan

    All they really needed here was a 2020 competitive interior to keep up with Ram and not making it too ugly to drive like a Chevy and they achieved both. The dome hood reminds me of a mid 00s Super Duty. Like it.

    The 5.0 V8 now has cylinder deactivation. Yuck. Just when all of the problems that they introduced with the 2018 update were hopefully sorted out.

    “hybrid range of 700 miles on a 30.6-gallon tank of gas.” Yuck again. My plain old 2016 already runs 700 miles on a tank because it takes 36 gallons and that’s one of the most underrated conveniences of the truck. Shrinking this is idiotic.

    • 0 avatar
      EBFlex

      The rip off Kia Telluride headlights are a nice touch too.

      Unfortunately they really didn’t acheive anything. You have a messy and cluttered front end design and a bunch of gimmicks. For an “all new” truck, this is truly a let down. That is why Ford is thumping their chest about reclining seats lol

    • 0 avatar
      eng_alvarado90

      It could be worse: the Ram Classic has a standard 26 gallon fuel tank and no Hybrid option. Mine has the optional 32 gallon tank which would theorically achieve up to 800 miles on the HWY with the Pentastar. Haven’t done it with my city biased driving, though.

  • avatar
    SCE to AUX

    If Ford could reveal the F-150 online, why is it so hard for them to so with the Bronco?

  • avatar
    dukeisduke

    Actually, it was 1977, not 1981, when Ford started their string of top sales crowns.

    BOOM: Here we go, a Ford press release from 2017, celebrating 40 straight years at number one.

    https://media.ford.com/content/fordmedia/fna/us/en/news/2017/01/04/ford-f-series-40-years-best-selling-truck.html#:~:text=DEARBORN%2C%20Mich.%2C%20Jan.,Series%20trucks%20since%20January%201977.

  • avatar
    dukeisduke

    The taillights angled on the side are reminiscent of the twelfth-gen (’09-’14) model.

  • avatar
    cardave5150

    So what happens with all the outlets and electronics in the bed area the first time a load of gravel gets dropped in? Even a load of mulch? Are the trucks with the outlets in back simply incapable of hauling loose loads in their beds, or do the owners need to improvise something to protect their truck beds?

  • avatar
    Vulpine

    I will note that the grille looks a lot better than it has over the last 15 years and more. However, it’s still over-tall and I really don’t see why all that height is necessary when the nose of its ancestors were so much lower while carrying similar-sized engines. There’s just so much wrong with truck designs today and it all has to do with how large they are; unnecessarily so.

    Still, and finally, the F-series nose simply looks better than the GM full-sized pickups. I’ll give ’em credit for that.

  • avatar
    Jeff S

    nice truck

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