Ford Truck Comparison

With over 100 years of innovation behind it, the award-winning Ford truck lineup is better than ever. Powerful, practical, fuel-efficient, and versatile, the Ford truck family offers something for every driver who values precision engineering.

Ford F150

The outstanding Ford F-150 is all-new for 2021 and designed to be the perfect amalgamation of muscle and intelligent design. Voted the 2021 North American Truck of the Year, the full-size F-150 has tremendous capability and a highly comfortable cabin. 

The 2021 Ford F-150 has the widest choice of powertrains ever, including V6, V8, diesel, and for the first time, hybrid engines. Compared to its competitors, the F-150 can haul and tow more, and you'll get better gas mileage than most even if you choose the powerful V8. The F-150 also wins for its excellent handling on the road.

With seven trim choices, the F-150 fits every budget and need, from the budget XL to the all-new off-road Tremor with the FX4 package.

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2022 Ford F150 Lightning

Perhaps the most exciting addition to the Ford truck lineup in decades, the F-150 Lightning signals Ford's bold new steps into an all-electric future. The combustion engine has been replaced with an electric motor and batteries, charged by standard 120-volt and 240-volt outlets. 

The Lightning offers incredible economy, considering both its low entry price and ongoing costs. Ford is certainly looking to hit the ground running with its all-electric vehicles. And while it's undoubtedly an F-150 in looks, the futuristic exterior lighting, and 15.5-inch vertical interior touchscreen make the Lightning stand out.

2022 Ford Maverick

The Ford Maverick is an entry-level compact truck for those who like the convenience and style of a truck without the hassles of trying to find a super-size parking spot in the city. The Maverick feels more like a compact SUV to drive and it fits perfectly in a suburban garage, but it still has that ultra-useful 4.5-foot cargo box for your trips to the hardware store.

The Maverick's low price is another reason for savvy buyers to consider it over the mid-size Ranger. By pick-up standards, it's short and light, but its hybrid powertrain offers a useful 191 horsepower while still getting you around 37 mpg combined.

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2021 Ford Ranger

Often considered the best value Ford truck, the Ranger is a mid-size pickup powerhouse that comes in three trims with two bed lengths and body styles. The 2.3-liter four-cylinder found on all Rangers is turbocharged, offering 270 horsepower and 310 lb-ft of torque. Due to its relatively light size, this makes the Ranger feel sprightly, and the 8.9 inches of ground clearance and optional four-wheel-drive and FX4 suspension package make it capable on and off road.

Inside, you'll find a host of infotainment goodies, including a Wi-Fi hotspot that supports up to 10 devices, and an 8.0-inch touchscreen that works with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Safety is taken care of by the forward-collision warning and automatic emergency braking, and the interior dimensions are just perfect for the whole family.

2022 Ford Super Duty

When even the F-150 isn't enough power, Ford has you covered. The Super Duty versions of the truck (F-250, F-350, and F-450) offer a trio of V8 engines that can handle any commercial trucking need. Equip your Super Duty properly, and it'll haul 7,350 pounds on its back and tow up to 37,000 pounds.

Where competitors skimp on conveniences in their vehicles designed for heavier commercial use, Ford has equipped the cabin of the Super Duty with all the modern features you'd expect and paired them with an enormous amount of passenger space. 

You can get a 12-inch touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support, and new appearance packages with color-matching grille and black running boards make the Super Duty stand out as the king on the worksite and in the parking lot.

2022 Ford Transit Connect

The Ford Transit Connect is a versatile, maneuverable cargo van best suited for the busy tradesperson who needs to zip around city streets. You have the choice of a hollowed-out cabin with oodles of space, or seating for up to seven people. Choose between a short and long wheelbase too, and consider whether a rear liftgate or symmetrical rear doors best suit your needs.

A Trailer Tow package helps unlock the Transit Connect's 2,000-pound towing potential and allows for up to 1,570 pounds to be carried on its back. The handling of the Connect is excellent, with precise steering and well-mannered body motions.

Every Transit Connect comes with a touchscreen unit that includes a Wi-Fi hotspot and support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The interior is plush and comfortable, but you can upgrade it even further with a CD player, wireless device charging, and a high-end audio system.

2022 Ford Transit Van

The Ford Transit Van is an institution, and the 2022 model ups the comfort and convenience for you and your passengers. With space for up to 15, the Transit Van can be configured to your needs so it can be used for company equipment, crew, passengers, or a mixture of all three. You have options for roof heights, wheelbases, and engines, so it's really easy to get the exact van you need for your business.

The Transit's driving refinement and versatility are what make it the top full-size van on offer today. It's packed full of standard driver assistance technology, and navigation is an option. You'll notice how quiet the cabin is compared to other options, plus the Transit Van can pull up to 7,500 pounds on a trailer should you need it to.