2020 Ford F-150 XL vs 2020 Ford F-150 King Ranch

Ford F-150 XL

  • Standard Engine3.3L V6
  • Horsepower290 hp
  • MPG (city/hwy) *19 / 25
  • Seats3

Ford F-150 King Ranch

  • Standard Engine5.0L V8
  • Horsepower395 hp
  • MPG (city/hwy) *17 / 23
  • Seats6

Specs at a Glance

In 2020, the Ford F-150 comes with a number of notable changes, and it also retains some notable qualities from the previous model years. Now, you'll be able to get select trim levels of the Ford F-150 with some new appearance packages and amenities for the latest model year. These changes affect the XL, which is the base trim level. There are some amendments and updates to the trim levels across the board, too.

This year, you'll find some advanced driver-assist aids grouped into convenient packages. The latest F-150 comes with more safety technologies than ever before, which means that select trim levels now come standard with safety tools that were not previously available. The latest Ford F-150, as impressive as it sounds (and is) belongs to the 13th generation of the Ford F-150 family that dates back to 2015. While it has some new features for the latest model year, the latest F-150 comes with high towing and payload capacities that easily support your work needs and playtime for weekend getaways. There are multiple engines available for this year's F-150 family, and the truck also offers a range of safety and technology features that ranges from basic to luxurious.


The base trim of the 2020 F-150 is equipped with a 3.3L engine with six cylinders, producing up to 290 HP. It is connected to a six-speed automatic transmission. Several additional engines are available up the lineup, including with the King Ranch. The mid-level offerings include a 5.0L engine that delivers 395 HP and 400 LB-FT of torque. You can also get a 3.5L turbocharged engine that produces up to 375 HP and 470 LB-FT of torque. You will get an automatic transmission regardless of the trim you choose, but a 10-speed automatic comes standard with the higher-end engines.


Both the XL and the King Ranch offer innovative and distinctive appearances for the 2020 model year. This is especially true now that the XL has a new exterior makeover for the latest model year. The 2020 XL comes standard with a high-strength steel frame and an aluminum body. Both features help it resist wear and tear and make it more capable of meeting your daily needs, whether that means commuting to work or taking the F-150 and all your belongings on a weekend adventure. Skid plates, off-road features, and trim-specific badges are other highlights of the F-150's appearance.


When it comes to features, the 2020 F-150 runs the gamut from simple to luxurious. At the base trim level, you'll find an abundance of features designed for function rather than formality. This includes manually operated doors and windows. The base trim also comes with an infotainment display screen and USB charging ports. Moving up to the King Ranch, you'll get even more standard amenities such as plush leather seating. An eight-inch infotainment screen is an added luxury on this trim level. It also comes with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.

In 2020, the XL and King Ranch are both exceptional options for the 2020 F-150. Contact our dealership to arrange a test drive and request more information.

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MSRP for base vehicle. Excludes destination/delivery fee plus government fees and taxes, any finance charges, any dealer processing charge, any electronic filing charge, and any emission testing charge. Optional equipment not included.

* EPA-estimated city/hwy mpg for the model indicated. See fueleconomy.gov for fuel economy of other engine/transmission combinations. Actual mileage will vary. On plug-in hybrid models and electric models, fuel economy is stated in MPGe. MPGe is the EPA equivalent measure of gasoline fuel efficiency for electric mode operation.

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