Whether you’re taking a weekend trip to Gladstone Provincial Park or you just need a tough truck to get the job done right here in Trail, the 2021 Ford truck lineup has you covered. From the sporty Ranger to the reliable F-150 and the resilient Super Duty®, there’s a Ford truck to fit your lifestyle.
2021 Ford Ranger
For the ultimate off-road vehicle, the 2021 Ford Ranger is tough to beat. This truck was built for adventure with its incredible approach and departure angles that assist in hill climbing and obstacle clearing. With 8.9 inches of clearance on Ranger 4x4 models, you can easily navigate uneven terrain. When you add the available Tremor Off-Road Package, that clearance is increased to an impressive 9.7 inches. This package also adds a modified Off-Road Suspension, front and rear tow hooks, hood-step style running boards, six upfitter switches, a new skid plate, and various aesthetic features.
When you need to haul a trailer or boat, you’ll be happy to know that you can equip the 2021 Ranger with many Ford Co-Pilot360™ driver-assistance technologies to make things a bit easier. One such feature is BLIS® (Blind Spot Information System) with Trailer Coverage, which aids in lane changing by detecting if another vehicle is in your blind spot or beside the trailer you’re towing.
2021 Ford F-150
Moving up in both size and capability is the 2021 Ford F-150 — the 2021 North American Truck of the Year. Built to work smart and hard, the F-150 is the perfect blend of style and function. Offering best-in-class available towing1 and payload2, you can rely on the F-150 to be your go-to at any job site. You can even fine-tune exactly what you need thanks to six engine options, including the powerful and efficient 3.5-litre PowerBoost™ full hybrid V6.
The 2021 F-150 features an all-new interior that is intelligent and comfortable — perfect for an on-the-go office setup. Thanks to the new SYNC® 4 infotainment system, the F-150 will continuously be as advanced as possible with over-the-air updates. If you’re working late, the available Zone Lighting will allow you to turn on and off certain sections of exterior lights through the SIZE touch screen or with the FordPass™ app on your smartphone. And if you’ve got a long drive ahead of you, the F-150 King Ranch™, Platinum, and Limited models all offer top-tier comfort with heated and ventilated front seats as well as a heated steering wheel.
2021 Ford Super Duty
Tough jobs require tough trucks, and that’s where the 2021 Ford Super Duty comes in. With its rugged frame, powerful gas and diesel performance ratings, and impressive towing and hauling abilities, this truck is unbelievably strong. For 2021, Ford engineered its most capable Super Duty ever with an available 430-hp 7.3-litre OHV gas V8 as well as the available Power Stroke® V8 Turbo Diesel that cranks out 475 horsepower and a whopping 1,050 lb-ft of torque.
Part of what makes the 2021 Super Duty so unique is that it has the only military-grade, high-strength, aluminum-alloy body in its class.3 What does that mean for you? The use of aluminum-alloy makes the truck lighter and allows for its weight savings to be redistributed elsewhere, making the Super Duty exceptionally durable and more resistant to dents, dings, and red rust corrosion.
Now that you’ve got a good start on knowing the differences between each truck in the 2021 Ford lineup, it’s time to make a decision. Still not sure which pickup you need? Contact our team here at AM Ford in Trail, British Columbia, for more information on what each model can do for you.
1Max towing on F-150 Supercab 8’ box and SuperCrew 4x2 with available 3.5L EcoBoost, Max Trailer Tow Pkg. Class if Full-Size Pickups under 8,500 lbs. GVWR. Max Towing varies based on cargo, vehicle configuration, accessories and number of passengers.
2Max payload on F-150 XL Regular Cab 8’ box 4x2 with available 5.0L V8 engine and Max Trailer Tow and Heavy-Duty Payload Pkgs. Class is Full-Size Pickups under 8,500 lbs. GVWR. Max payload varies and is based on accessories and vehicle configuration. See label on door jamb for carrying capacity of a specific vehicle. Payload and towing are independent attributes and may not be achieved simultaneously.