New 2020 Ford F150 SuperCrew Cab Pickup
Ford F150 SuperCrew Cab Pickup
Ford’s 2020 F-150 pickup offers numerous trims, engine options and configurations along with cutting-edge safety and in-cabin technology.
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There’s a reason the 2020 Ford F-150 remains the nation’s best-selling full-size pickup and it can be summed up in three words: value, capability and style. While the big Chevy Silverado/GMC Sierra twins now offer 200-pounds more towing capacity than the F-150, they, along with the Ram 1500, Toyota Tundra and Nissan Titan are still 2nd-, 3rd- and 4th-place finishers when it comes to customer loyalty. The F-150 is full of innovative features pickup-truck owners need, but it also comes with luxury and high-tech features they don’t expect.
The F-150 also offers a nearly inexhaustible choice of trims, configurations and options, allowing it to be everything from a daily workhorse to limousine-like transport. A number of engine choices further distances the F-150 from trucks like the Tundra and Titan, and Ford still holds the title for best-in-class payload.
You'll Like This Car If...
- Tow rated up to 13,200 pounds
- Best-in-class payload at 3,300 pounds
- Best-in-class 450 horsepower
- Numerous trims & configurations
- Some of the best & most useful technology on any pickup
You May Not Like This Car If...
- Can be difficult to park & maneuver in small spaces
- Can get pricey as options are added
- Diesel option can be expensive
What's New for 2020
- Diesel engine offered on more trims
- Co-Pilot360 advanced driver-assist suite standard on Lariat, higher trims
- More package & options added to base XL trim
Opt for the base 3.3-liter V6 and you’ll end up with decent power for hauling and light towing coupled with good fuel economy. What you won’t get is an engine with the power to quickly pass, merge and blast off from a dead stop. The 5.0-liter V8 offers good power, but poor fuel economy.
If you want the right engine for such a big truck, you’re going to want to go with the 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 or the 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 or the 3.0-liter Power Stroke V6 turbodiesel. These three engines offer superior abilities when it comes to towing, hauling, fuel economy and acceleration, and they really don’t push the F-150’s price all that much higher.
As for ride and handling, you may be surprised such big trucks can be so responsive. The ride is smooth and stable, even with a loaded bed, and the F-150’s interior can be anything from comfortable cruiser to luxurious land yacht. Numerous electronic aids further assist with towing, braking and trailer control.
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2.7-LITER ECOBOOST ENGINE
Although its displacement isn’t much bigger than the engine in most compact cars, the F-150’s 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 packs quite a punch. It develops as much torque as the big V8 and can tow up to 9,000 pounds, yet its fuel economy is the best of all the F-150’s gasoline engines.
Innovation that makes pickup-truck living a bit easier is a Ford specialty. Take the systems designed to help with towing, like Pro Trailer Backup Assist. This system allows the driver to back into a space, inputting left or right commands via a control knob while the F-150 controls the brakes and steering. The 360-degree camera can be used when locating a trailer’s hitch, while a blind-spot monitor can help avoid running into vehicles outside the view of the side mirrors.
Ford’s F-150 pickup for 2020 is equipped with a rugged, easy-to-use interior that is both functional and attractive. Depending on trim, the interior can be outfitted with numerous colors and textures, but all F-150’s provide lots of room for grown adults, even the middle passenger.
When it comes to upscale features, the F-150 doesn’t disappoint, with such cool offerings as a 3-prong outlet, 4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot, adaptive cruise control and the excellent Sync 3 infotainment system that, via its 8-inch touch screen, can fully integrate with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Ford’s full-size pickup continues to use a military-grade aluminum body, but that body was recently restyled to emulate the looks of the big-brother Super Duty lineup. Bold grilles, headlights and wheel designs help differentiate the different trim levels. Aside from the truck’s new look, much about the design was born from necessity. The tailgate is available with a pull-out step that makes it much easier to get into the bed to manage payload. There are also pop-out steps on the sides that help with the same purpose.
Notable Standard Equipment
The base-model F-150 is a regular-cab, 2-wheel-drive (2WD) XL, which comes with enough standard equipment that makes it possible to buy a decent truck to get work done at a reasonable price. Even trucks equipped with the 3.3-liter base engine and 6-speed automatic transmission come standard with auto start/stop, and all F-150s get the same ultra-strong hydroformed, fully boxed frame. Hill-start assist and Trailer Sway Control are standard, as are Curve Control, 17-inch wheels and air conditioning. Move to the Lariat trim and you’ll find Ford’s Co-Pilot360 standard.
Notable Optional Equipment
There are plenty of appealing upscale trim levels, including the King Ranch, Platinum and Limited. Available options make the interior luxury plush, such as heated leather front and rear seats (10-way-power, cooled and massaging front seats), Sync 3 and Bang & Olufsen Play or Sony audio systems. A variety of towing assist and safety systems is offered, as are adaptive cruise control and side steps that deploy when a door is opened and retract when the door closes. On the safety front, the 2020 Ford F-150 is offered with inflatable rear seatbelts and a blind-spot information system. Four-wheel drive (4WD) is available.
Under the Hood
The 2020 Ford F-150 offers a choice of six engines, including a potent high-output 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6. The base engine is a 290-horsepower, 3.3-liter V6 — more powerful and more efficient than previous Ford V6s — and the only one in the line with a 6-speed automatic.
The rest use a 10-speed automatic, including the 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6, with 400 lb-ft of torque and the best fuel economy of all the gas engines. The 5.0-liter V8 remains the same this year, as does the standard 3.5-liter EcoBoost. The 3.0-liter Power Stroke turbodiesel offers 250 horsepower and 440 lb-ft of torque, while the Limited and Raptor come with the 450-horsepower High Output 3.5-liter EcoBoost, both models capable of towing up to 13,200 pounds with the optional tow package.
290 horsepower @ 6,500 rpm
265 lb-ft of torque @ 4,000 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 19/25 mpg (2WD), 14/19 mpg (E85, 2WD), 18/23 mpg (4WD), 13/17 mpg (E85, 4WD)
2.7-liter twin-turbocharged V6
325 horsepower @ 5,000 rpm
400 lb-ft of torque @ 2,750 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 21/26 mpg (2WD), 18/23 mpg (4WD)
3.0-liter turbodiesel V6
250 horsepower @ 3,250 rpm
440 lb-ft of torque @ 1,750 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 21/29 mpg (2WD), 21/28 mpg (4WD)
3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6
375 horsepower @ 5,000 rpm
470 lb-ft of torque @ 3,500 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 17/23 mpg (2WD), 16/22 mpg (4WD)
395 horsepower @ 5,750 rpm
400 lb-ft of torque @ 4,500 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 17/23 mpg (2WD), 12/17 mpg (E85, 2WD), 15/21 mpg (4WD), 12/15 mpg (E85, 4WD)
3.5-liter twin-turbocharged V6 (Raptor, Limited)
450 horsepower @ 5,000 rpm
510 lb-ft of torque @ 3,500 rpm
EPA city/highway fuel economy: 15/18 mpg (Raptor), 17/21 mpg (Limited)
For 2020, the Ford F-150 Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starts at just over $30,000 for a regular-cab XL (all prices include $1,595 destination). XLT pricing begins at $36,105. The Lariat starts at nearly $44,600, which sounds like a bigger price jump than it actually is, because every model above the XLT comes as a SuperCab (extended cab) or larger, while the XL and XLT prices are for regular cabs. The Raptor starts close to $55,000, the King Ranch at nearly $54,500 and the Platinum close to $56,900.
Pricing is comparable to trucks like the Ram 1500 and Chevrolet Silverado, but as is the case with many full-size trucks, F-150s can get pricey. The top-line Limited starts around $69,000 and with every option it can approach $75,000. To see what people in your area are paying for their new trucks, check out the Kelley Blue Book Fair Purchase Price. As far as resale value goes, the 2020 Ford F-150 holds its own among its competitors, with the Toyota Tundra being the standard-bearer of the bunch.
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How does it compare?
|#1||2020 Toyota Tundra Double Cab||381|
|#2||2020 Chevrolet Colorado Crew Cab||308|
|#3||2020 Ram 1500 Crew Cab||305|
|#4||2020 Ford F150 SuperCrew Cab||290|
|#5||2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Crew Cab||285|
|#1||2020 Ford Ranger SuperCrew||23|
|#2||2020 Ram 1500 Crew Cab||22|
|#3||2020 Ford F150 SuperCrew Cab||22|
|#4||2020 Ford Ranger SuperCab||22|
|#5||2020 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab||21|
|#1||2020 Ford F150 SuperCrew Cab||4.7 / 5|
|#2||2020 Toyota Tundra Double Cab||4.7 / 5|
|#3||2020 Honda Ridgeline||4.7 / 5|
|#4||2020 Chevrolet Colorado Crew Cab||4.3 / 5|
|#5||2020 Toyota Tacoma Double Cab||4.2 / 5|
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