Ford F-150 Trims

Two 2021 Ford F150 trucks in a mountain valley


Talk about a legacy: For over 40 years the Ford F-150 has been America?s top-selling truck. The iconic full-sized pickup is now in its 13th generation, which began with its 2015 redesign. It keeps on earning its stellar reputation in the 2019 model year, with multiple best-in class statuses, including maximum towing and payload. But don’t confuse its long history with a lack of modernization, as the ’19 F-150 has all the latest technology and features available, such as a 360-degree camera, an 8-inch productivity screen, a lane-keeping system, Pro Trailer Backup Assist, and much more. There are three different cab styles — regular, SuperCab, and Super Crew — offering seating for three to six passengers, and also three box lengths: 5.5 feet, 6.5 feet, and 8 feet. There are seven different trims, each tailored to fit specific needs.

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The First Three: XL, XLT and Lariat

The base XL starts at $28,155 and comes with a powerful 290 horsepower 3.3L Ti-VCT V6 engine. The XL is designed to be a work horse of a truck, providing capability on the job without unnecessary features. But that doesn’t mean it’s bare bones: the pickup still comes with AdvanceTrac with roll stability control, a rear-view camera with Dynamic Hitch Assist for confident trailer hookup, and 170-degree-opening rear doors on the SuperCab.

The XLT takes the base model and gives the pickup a more refined exterior with chrome and silver accents. Along with this appearance upgrade, the Sync 3 infotainment system and FordPass Connect are also standard.

The Lariat, the third trim level, turns the hard-working F-150 into a refined and modern yet still mighty pickup. It has an upgraded engine, a 325 horsepower 2.7L EcoBoost V6, which uses a dual injection system and twin intercooled turbochargers, plus a 10-speed transmission for a smooth and efficient ride. The Lariat also has Intelligent Access with push-button start, leather seats, the enhanced security pack, and an 8-inch productivity screen.

The Big Three: King Ranch, Raptor, and Platinum

This trio takes the F-150 to new levels, tailoring the vehicle for three different experiences. The King Ranch is definitely the ruler of its class with its 395 horsepower 5.0L Ti-VCT V8, delivering best-in-class payload with the right configuration. This pickup is definitely something special, with its power inverters, reverse sensing system, wood interior accents, and an upgraded B&O sound system.

The Raptor, on the other hand, was designed to leave the pavement. Its 3.5-liter V6 EcoBoost engine provides 450 horsepower with that smooth 10-speed automatic transmission. The vehicle has an extra two inches of clearance and high-output Off-Road Fox valve shocks, a feature that’s exclusive to the Raptor. The exterior has also been redesigned to be bold with the unique block letter grille and trim-specific seats and center console.

The Platinum provides a seriously premium finish to the vehicle, with upgraded mirrors, a steering wheel wrapped in black leather, ventilated and heated seats, genuine wood interior trim, black carpeted floor mats for the front and back, and a twin panel moonroof on the Super Crew. On the outside, it gets rain-sensing wipers and a unique grille and door handles.

No Compromise: F-150 Limited

The Limited trim is the hands-down, no-compromise trim level of the F-150. This trim level contains all of the equipment packages that are optional on other trims. It has special aesthetic elements such as 22-inch polished aluminum wheels and trim-specific interior trim, dual exhaust, the top-notch version of the Sync 3 audio/entertainment system, SiriusXM satellite radio, and adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go.