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Big jobs call for big trucks—and the 2020 Ford F150 is a full-size pickup truck that's always up to the task. And no matter what you may be looking for in a full-size truck, the F150 can deliver. With several engines, trims, and cab/bed configurations to choose from, this versatile truck has plenty to offer, whether you're looking for a basic work truck or something a little more souped up.
Rear Wheel Drive (2WD)
Max towing capacity
If you find it difficult to back up a trailer, Ford has you covered. The available Pro Trailer Backup Assist™ on the 2020 Ford F-150 smooths out the process for you, giving you the confidence to tow and park with a simple twist of a knob when properly equipped. You'll find that towing is much easier when you don't have to calculate angles and geometry like a college professor; just rotate the knob to the left to go left and right to go right. It doesn't get much simpler than that.
When you have a truck, you need lots of places to store your belongings within the cab. The F-150 provides the option for a fully-flat load floor on SuperCab and SuperCrew models, which gives you the opportunity to store items under the seats. You may also utilize the door-trim panel bins and glove box and you can even fit a tablet or laptop in the available center console.
Truck owners expect to have the capability to tow and haul a number ofpeople and a trailer behind them, and the Ford F-150 is fully prepared to deliver on those expectations. Start with a base model XL and you'll be able to tow an estimated 7,700 lbs. or an estimated 1,990 lbs. of payload when properly equipped.
The 2020 Ford F-150 can come with any number of options packages, upgrading your trucks appearance and features, like the Chrome Appearance package, the Special Edition package, the Sport Appearance package, the Black Appearance package, and the Snow Plow Prep package. With so many options to choose from, it's clear that the 2020 Ford F-150 is configurable to create the truck of your dreams.
Let's say you like tailgating at local sports events. Park your Ford F-150, open the tailgate and set up your picnic. Need some tunes? You can connect your device via the available in-vehicle Wi-Fi hotspot, powered by AT&T, for an additional service fee.
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Available Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity
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Includes sway control, pre-wired trailer connections, rearview camera, cloth 40/20/40-split bench seat, and a four-speaker audio system.
Adds chrome grille and bumpers, front-seat lumbar adjustments, eight-inch touchscreen, Android Auto™, Apple Carplay®, available remote keyless entry system, carpet flooring, and cruise control.
Includes keyless entry and ignition, leather seats, woodgrain trim, seven-speaker audio system, power-adjustable pedals, and more.
Features the distinctive King Ranch style, with unique embossed leather seats, available remote start and tailgate release, a premium ten-speaker audio system, and more.
Builds on the Lariat trim, adding rain-sensing windshield wipers, power running boards, wood and aluminum interior trim, and contoured bucket seats.
At the top of the line, the Limited trim adds the high-output 3.5L EcoBoost V6 engine, active park assist, adaptive cruise control, and more.
Ford's wildly popular off-road machine starts with a reinforced frame, upgraded suspension, Fox struts, RECARO front sport bucket seats, skid plates, and many more off-road bonus features.
The Ford F150 saw a lot of changes and upgrades for the 2020 model year. For starters, the 2020 F150 received new standard equipment across all trims. For example, every trim now includes an available Wi-Fi hotspot (data plan required to activate).
Meanwhile, individual trim levels received some upgrades of their own. The Raptor trim, for instance, now comes with a Smart Key and satellite radio (paid subscription required). On the Platinum trim, an upgraded turbocharged engine is also standard. The Lariat trim receives upgrades like standard four-wheel drive and a blind-spot monitoring system.
Across the board, new optional features were also available on the 2020 F150 when it was sold as new. Examples of available upgrades when sold as new include seat massagers, running boards, and rear defrosters.
The amount you should expect to pay for a used 2020 Ford F150 will depend on many factors, including the overall condition of the vehicle, the truck's mileage, and trim/features. However, according to CarMax sales data, average pricing for a used 2020 F150 ranges from $40,998 to $78,998.
Price range is for current inventory on CarMax.com as of July 2022. Price excludes tax, title, tags, and $399 CarMax processing fee (not required by law). Applicable transfer fees are due in advance of vehicle delivery and are separate from sales transactions.
There are some notable differences between the 2020 F150 and the 2021 F150. The 2021 F150 marked the launch of the truck's 14th generation of production and saw a complete redesign.
One of the biggest changes between the 2020 and the 2021 F150 is that the latter has a hybrid powertrain option for improved fuel economy. While fuel economy may vary for reasons such as driving/road conditions and vehicle history, the 4WD 2021 Ford F150 with a 3.5L V6 hybrid engine and automatic transmission gets an EPA-estimated 24 mpg combined. See fueleconomy.gov for more info.
For 2021, the F150 also saw the addition of another off-road-oriented trim known as the Tremor, which comes standard with four-wheel drive and selectable drive modes.
The cabin of the 2021 F150 got a refresh—but many standard features remain the same as the 2020 model, from trailer sway control to vinyl flooring. Notably, however, the 2021 F150 base trim does receive a standard eight-inch touchscreen.
Many factors can affect a truck's towing capacity, including the weight of the passengers, cargo, and options/accessories. When properly equipped, however, the 2020 Ford F-150 can tow up to 13,200 pounds with its 3.5L EcoBoost engine and Max Trailer Tow Package.
On some model years, the Ford F150 was offered with an STX trim that was designed with style and performance in mind. Specifically, this trim added such features as premium upholstery, upgraded wheels, and revised exterior styling to set it apart.
Even more specifically, STX stands for "Sports Truck Xtreme," though this trim was discontinued on the F150 after the 2016 model year. On later model years (including the 2020 model), the STX is available not as a trim but as its own package add-on for trucks when sold as new. On the 2020 F150, the STX package adds features such as 20-inch aluminum wheels and cargo box decals.
Yes, the Ford F150 received a total redesign for the 2021 model year. This year launched the full-size pickup truck's 14th generation of production. While the exterior styling of the truck didn't change significantly for the 2021 model year, subtle changes are noticeable.
The more notable differences with the 2021 F150 can be found underneath the hood; this is the first year that the truck is available with a hybrid powertrain and onboard generator on some trims.
Lead Foot Gray (not available on base model)
Magma Red (not available on base model)
Rapid Red Metallic
Stone Gray Metallic
Velocity Blue Metallic
Cargo space specs: the five-foot-five-inch box offers a spacious 52.8 cubic feet. The next largest, at six-and-a-half feet, gives you 62.3 cubic feet of space. At the top of the range, the F-150 with an eight-foot bed brings the largest capacity with 77.4 cubic feet.
Seating capacity: up to three in Regular Cab models and up to six in SuperCab and CrewCab models.
Intermittent windshield wipers are standard on all trims.
Rearview camera with dynamic hitch assist comes standard starting with the base model.