When Ford debuted its 13th generation F-150 in 2015 it set itself apart by using aluminum body panels. With a 2021 redesign on the horizon, not much has changed for the 2020 F-150. It still continues to lead the pack as America's number one selling full-size pickup.
A roomy cabin, solid towing abilities, and huge selection of features make it a market leader in most configurations. Its nearest rivals are the Chevy Silverado, RAM 1500, GMC Sierra, and Toyota Tundra.
Which F-150 does Edmunds recommend?
With a long list of standard features, the midlevelLariatis our recommendation in the F-150 lineup. The Lariat comes with Ford's new 12-inch infotainment screen as well as several safety features such as blind-spot monitoring, lane keeping assist and rear automatic braking. Plus, the Lariat has access to many of the F-150's high-end creature comforts, so you can pick and choose the options you want.