Most significant changes: Lariat, King Ranch and Platinum trim levels now come standard with blind spot warning system, lane-keeping system and automatic high beams
Price changes: Lariat sees the highest price bump of $800; remaining trims are between $340-$350 more than 2019
On sale: Now
Which should you buy, 2019 or 2020? If you value lane-keeping or blind spot monitoring systems, the 2020 makes those easier to find because they’re standard equipment on more trim levels and more affordable than before (at retail pricing).
The 2020 Ford F-150 now includes standard driver assist safety features on more trim levels. Otherwise, the 2020 F-150 has no mechanical or capability changes to distinguish it from the 2019. It remains available with six different engines, a 13,200-pound maximum towing capacity and a maximum 3,270-pound payload capacity — each maximum capacity requiring a specific engine/cab/package configuration, of course.
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