The 2020 Ford F-150 is one of the most popular vehicles in America. One element that makes it so beloved is just how dang configurable it is. This quintessential pickup comes in so many different configurations that every buyer is able to find the perfect set-up for their own unique needs.
One element that’s offered in a variety of options on the 2020 Ford F-150 is the cab. What are the cab options available for the 2020 F-150, and which cab is right for your needs? Find out with the help of the table and info below!
2020 Ford F-150 Cab Options and Specs
The 2020 Ford F-150 comes with three cab choices: Regular, SuperCab and SuperCrew®.
|Starting MSRP (with XL trim)||$28,745||$32,830||$35,285|
|Doors||Two||Two full doors, two half doors||Four|
|Seats||3||5 – 6||5 – 6|
|Rear Legroom||N/A||33.5 inches||43.6 inches|
|Maximum Luggage Volume||12.1 cubic feet||31.6 cubic feet||51.9 cubic feet|
|Box Options||6-1/2 feet, 8 feet||5-1/2 feet, 6-1/2 feet, 8 feet||5-1/2 feet, 6-1/2 feet|
|Available on (trims):||XL, XLT||XL, XLT, LARIAT, Raptor||XL, XLT, LARIAT, King Ranch® Platinum, Raptor and Limited|
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How do I decide which F-150 cab is right for me?
The cab you choose depends on what factors are important to you. How much seating do you need? How much interior luggage space and passenger volume is required? What’s your price range? What bed length do you require?
If you’re looking for a specific trim, the decision may already be narrowed down, or, in some cases, made for you; some of the cabs only come with specific trim levels.
As might be expected, each larger cab gets more expensive than the size previous. Interior space and volume increases with each jump. Front dimensions for legroom, headroom and hip room are the same no matter which cab is chosen, while rear dimensions (besides legroom) are almost equal on the two cabs that offer a rear.
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