What Are the 2021 Ford F-150 Bed Sizes?

May 27th, 2021 by
2021 Ford F-150 with mulch in its bed

If you’re considering a used Ford F-150 around Salt Lake City, and you’re not sure about the type of Ford F-150 bed size you want, read our handy guide. While we only sell used models, we’ll go over the available 2021 Ford F-150 truck bed sizes. The 2021 model features similar options to recent-year F-150 models, so much of this information will carry over when you investigate our pre-owned F-150 inventory. Once you have a better idea of which bed size for the Ford F-150 is right for you, contact National Auto Plaza to book test drives at our Sandy or Murray locations! 

2021 F-150 Bed Sizes & Cab Styles 

The Ford F-150 bed size options offer Draper drivers 3 options, including a 5.5-foot bed, a 6.5-foot bed, and an 8-foot bed. Note that bed size options for the Ford F-150 depend on which cab configurations you choose. Your cabin options include Regular Cab (Seating 3), SuperCab (seating up 5 to 6), and SuperCrew Cab (seating up 5 to 6). Take a closer look at the cab and bed styles you can pair together:

2021 Ford F-150 Regular Cab Truck Bed Sizes

  • 6.5-foot
  • 8-foot

2021 Ford F-150 SuperCab Truck Bed Sizes

  • 6.5-foot
  • 8-foot

2021 Ford F-150 SuperCrew Truck Bed Sizes

  • 5.5-foot
  • 6.5-foot

2021 Ford F-150 Truck Bed Size Dimensions 

Take a moment to look at the specific measurements for each Ford F-150 bed size below: 

5.5-Foot Box: 

  • 50.6 inches wide
  • 67.1 inches long
  • 21.4 inches high
  • Volume: 52.8 cubic feet

6.5-Foot Box: 

  • 50.6 inches wide
  • 78.9 inches long
  • 21.4 inches high
  • Volume: 62.3 cubic feet

8-Foot Box: 

  • 50.6 inches wide
  • 97.6 inches long
  • 21.4 inches high
  • Volume: 77.3 cubic feet

F-150 Bed Feature Highlights 

Your Ford truck’s bed is made out of military-grade, high-strength aluminum-alloy. This means that the F-150 features a reduced weight, more durable materials, and a high payload capacity. Take a look at some other standard and available truck bed features: 

  • Selectable zone lighting
  • Flexible, configurable BoxLink™ system
  • LED box lights
  • Fully boxed, high-strength steel frame and high-strength, military-grade, aluminum-alloy body
  • Pro Power Onboard, allowing you to use your truck like a mobile generator
  • Available tailgate work surface
  • Extra available tie downs
  • Stowable loading ramps
  • Integrated tailgate step with lift assist
  • Remote tailgate release
  • Deployable box side steps

Find the Right Bed Size For Your Ford F-150 Near Murray

Now that you’re better acquainted with the difference between Ford F-150 truck bed sizes, if you have any questions about Ford F-150 bed sizes, get in touch. You can call our Murray location at 801-312-1600 and our Sandy location at 801-545-9292. We’ll walk you through the ins-and-outs of the used Ford F-150 SuperCrew bed sizes and more! If you’re doing more research, take a moment to our automotive research guides for other informative overviews like our comparison between the Ford F-150 and the Chevy Silverado.

 

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