Remote Start, Navigation, Dual Pane Sunroof, Heated Cloth Seats, Blind Side Monitors, Lane-Keeping System, 12″ LCD Center Stack Touchscreen, Apple CarPlay & Android Auto, Power Rear Sliding Window, Flow-Through Center Console with Stowable Shifter, Pre-Collision Assist, Rear View Camera, Pro Trailer Backup Assist, Trailer Brake Controller, 18″ 6-Spoke Machined Aluminum with Gloss Black-Painted Pockets, Dark Gray Grille, 6″ Stone Gray angular step bars; Body-Color Bumpers, and Door and Tailgate Handles; Tailgate Step with Tailgate Work Surface, Tough Bed Spray-In Bedliner, 10-Speed Selectshift Automatic Transmission with Selectable Drive Modes, 3.5L EcoBoost V6 engine with Auto Start-Stop Technology, Balance of Factory Warranty and ONLY 18,323 KM
Canada’s best-selling new vehicle gets a comprehensive redesign for 2021, promising to deliver features that make customers even more productive. For 2021, the Ford F-150 is mostly all-new. Ford updated the styling and redesigned the interior, which now features a new infotainment system and more work and storage solutions.
The centre stack—where you can find all the navigation, stereo, and climate controls—is all-new. It houses the truck’s 12-inch touchscreen with a landscape (horizontal) layout that still leaves ample room for physical buttons and knobs, it’s twice as big as the previous model’s standard screen and includes Sync 4, the newest version of Ford’s infotainment system. You also get a digital gauge cluster with animations that show what terrain you’re driving on and the drive mode the truck is in.
The Interior Work Surface creates a flat working area over the center console. You can fold down the console-mounted transmission shifter when you want to use the Work Surface.
Even though Ford has made changes to every piece of the 2021 F-150’s sheet metal, the end result is a truck that looks remarkably similar to the last generation that’s been on-sale since the 2015 model year. The new version is slightly wider, for a tougher stance, and the new grille and headlight designs reveal that it’s a 2021 model. In addition, every tailgate now comes with built-in clamp pockets. There’s a new feature called the Tailgate Work Surface that includes integrated rulers, a cupholder, pencil holder, and smartphone/tablet holder.
All F-150s come standard with some Ford Co-Pilot360 technology, including forward collision warning and dynamic brake support, hill start assist, pre-collision assist with auto emergency braking (with pedestrian detection), auto hold, and its rear-view camera has dynamic hitch support, making it easier to line up the truck with a trailer.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: The Ford F-150 is the winner of the Kelley Blue Book Best Buy award. Thing is, you have heard this one before, because this is now seven straight years that the truck has pulled down the award from KBB.
KBB Winner: 2021 Best Buy Award
KBB Winner: 2021 5-Year Cost to Own Award
KBB #1 in Best Full-Size Pickups for 2021
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