This week, the all-new F-150 is reaching Ford’s U.S. dealerships.
The first sales have already happened in the Midwest. The F-150s are now on the way to dealers in other parts of the United States.
There is a record number of retail orders placed. Ford dealers are enthusiastic about deliveries.
Customer sold orders are up over 210 percent from a year ago November, and dealer orders for stock are more than double the current production schedule,
Mark LaNeve, Ford vice president, U.S. marketing and sales said.
The 2021 Ford F-150 offers best-in-class towing and payload capacities – max. 14,000 and 3250 pounds, respectively.
The F-150’s smart new innovations include the Pro Power Onboard, Active Drive Assist Prep Kit for hands-free driving, standard over-the-air updates.
In addition, the pickup has been awarded again – the 7th time in the row – by Kelley Blue Book as the Best Buy vehicle.
KBB’s editors recognized the truck’s new features: from advanced full hybrid 430-hp powertrain able to function as a mobile generator to an Interior Work Surface and a Tailgate Work Surface.
The 2021 Ford F-150 starts at $28,940 (excl. destination, taxes, other charges)