2021 Ford F-150 Accessories & Parts

2021 Ford F-150 Accessories & Parts

2021 Ford F-150 Parts

2021 Ford F-150 Wheels & Tires

2021 Ford F-150 Exterior Accessories

2021 Ford F-150 Automotive Lighting

2021 Ford F-150 Body Parts

2021 Ford F-150 Interior Accessories

2021 Ford F-150 Audio & Electronics

2021 Ford F-150 Automotive Tools

The Ford F-150 is America’s all-time favorite, so the debut of its 14th generation put it in the limelight. The revered pickup truck arrives with fresh new styling, however, the most important changes happen under the sheetmetal. The interior got serious upgrades for 2021 that make it more comfortable, luxurious, and practical. Those who use their F-150 as a workhorse will appreciate the enhanced functionality of the bed, which is a key part of any truck. There’s a total of six powertrain options, including the long-awaited hybrid with class-leading power. As long as there have been trucks, owners have been customizing them. The aftermarket makes customization opportunities more plentiful and more affordable, and with our 2021 Ford F-150 accessories and parts, you can bring just about any project to life.

The 2021 F-150 PowerBoost hybrid is the headliner of the show. It uses a 3.5-liter V6 that teams with a 47-hp electric motor and a specifically tuned 10-speed automatic gearbox. The system’s output reaches 430 hp and 570 lb-ft of twist, making it the mightiest powertrain option. The motor draws power from a 1.5 kWh li-ion battery pack neatly placed beneath the load floor without taking up valuable interior space. With this powertrain, the truck can pull 12,700 pounds worth of trailer. The non-electrified version of the 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 is available as well, now offered in a single 400-horsepower variant. Its torque output tops out at a stout 500 lb-ft, while the towing capacity is rated at 14,000 pounds, meaning it offers the highest pulling power of all engines. A 3.3-liter V6 continues as an entry-level engine with 290 ponies. A 2.7-liter twin-turbo EcoBoost V6 carries over, as is a 3.0-liter diesel. A 5.0-liter V8 got a slight bump in power, now capable of 400 hp (5 hp more) and 410 lb-ft of torque (10 lb-ft more). When fitted with this engine and the right towing accessories, the truck can lug a 13,000-pound trailer. The newly available onboard scales and a smart hitch measure the weight of the cargo in the bed and the trailer, respectively, helping the owner adhere to weight limits.

The cabin of the new F-150 received an extensive redesign. Sure enough, there are new color combinations and improved materials throughout, while a modern new look comes courtesy of a redesigned center stack, digital gauges, bigger touchscreens, and a whole lot of other revised interior elements. The latest Sync 4 infotainment system is controlled either via a standard 8.0-inch screen or via an optional 12-inch horizontally-oriented display. This year’s functional addition is an available Work Surface that is a nice feature for owners who want their truck to double as an office on wheels. The gear shifter folds down and the panel flips forward creating a flat table between the front seats. The Max Recline seats fold down flat providing supreme comfort on long-haul trips. Tech-wise, there is more cool stuff. This year’s flagship pickup truck starts offering over-the-air updates. Pro Trailer Backup Assist makes use of an improved camera system, and there’s a new trailer theft warning feature. Active Drive Assist watches the driver and signals if drowsiness is detected. It can also provide some form of hands-free driving assistance.

After the groundbreaking debut of the previous-generation Ford F-150 with an aluminum body, it does not surprise that this redesign is more evolutionary. Although just about any body part is claimed to be new, the truck’s exterior looks very similar to the outgoing generation and that’s not a bad thing. New LED headlights on the upper trims helped the truck gain the Top Safety Pick accolade, but the halogens at the bottom rung of the lineup keep the IIHS Top Safety Pick+ out of reach so far. The bed of the 2021 F-150 got an improved lighting system. The tailgate has cutouts to place cups, pens, a smartphone, and even features an integrated ruler. The Pro Power Onboard is a serious piece of equipment for both work and play. It is a built-in generator available in 2.0-kW, 2.4- kW, and 7.2-kW capacities to power your tools and appliances. If you have any further bed upgrades in mind, you’ll find all of the needed 2021 Ford F-150 parts and accessories in our selection.

If owning a pickup truck means taking it on rugged terrain, among other things, then the F-150's off-road-focused models are for you. The Tremor package comes ahead of the reveal of the new Raptor, teasing the off-roading public. This pack can be seen as a light version of the Raptor that borrows some of its parts, including a 4WD transfer case. All Tremors have a lifted suspension with retuned springs and unique dampers and are powered by the 3.5-liter V6. 33-inch all-terrain rubber provides the needed grip. Buyers can choose from three levels of equipment depending on what features they need. The Tremor's towing capacity is rated at 10,900 pounds, while max payload is 1,885 pounds. Inside and out, the Tremor sports distinctive orange accents.

The hotly anticipated 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor has a lot to offer buyers who want a legitimate high-performance off-road truck from the factory. First off, there is a five-link coil spring setup instead of the old-school rear leaf springs. The new suspension design allows for better traction and a more controlled high-speed ride over tough terrain. With increased wheel travel of 14 in. in front and 15 in. out back, the new Raptor has more articulation than any other pickup truck in stock condition. And because desert racing speeds, jumps, and hard landings require the use of big, beefy dampers, Ford turned to the next-gen Fox Live Valve internal bypass shocks. They come with larger, thicker tubes and ensure better electronically-controlled adjustability and heat resistance.

The 17-inch wheel designs offered for the 2021 Raptor come in three options, with two of them being beadlock-capable. 35-inch all-terrain tires are standard, but buyers can now opt for 37-inchers. The trucks that ride on the 37s get more capable shock absorbers and feature less suspension travel (13 in. front, 14.1 in. rear). So equipped, the Raptor has 13.1 inches of ground clearance, which reduces to 12 inches in the base version fitted with the 35s. To accommodate suspension upgrades and a spare mounted under the bed, Ford has modified the Raptor's frame. Those who want a V8-powered Raptor should wait a bit longer, until the Raptor R gets unveiled. This year, Ford's best-selling off-road pickup comes exclusively with a 3.5-liter V6 rated at 450 hp and 510 lb-ft of torque – the same amount of power as the outgoing model.

Together with the redesigned F-150, there's a revamped Police Responder pursuit-rated truck that is based on it but heavily upgraded to meet the needs of law enforcement. First things first, this 3.5-liter V6-equipped pickup has a higher top speed – 120 mph versus the regular version's 105 mph. HP and torque ratings are up, too, with the engine being capable of 400 hp and 500 lb-ft. The 2021 F-150 Police Responder comes with Blue Oval's Off-Road Package and all-terrain rubber to be up to police tasks on tarmac and off it. The engine can continue running in the Police Idle mode with the key out of the ignition. The seats are upgraded with anti-stab steel plates and feature reshaped bolsters to suit an officer wearing a duty belt. The 2021 F-150 Rocket League Edition is a project truck designed to mark Ford’s presence in the gaming market, and it isn’t slated for production. It is a real, full-size version of the digital truck from the League Edition game developed by Psyonix. The bundle it is equipped with includes 37-inch rubber, redesigned lighting, thick fender flares, vivid green exterior accents, and a rocket booster placed in the bed (fake, of course).

Want to make your 2021 Ford F-150 one of a kind, keep it running at its peak, or turn it into a high-powered beast? Our vast selection of premium accessories and parts ticks all the boxes. Quality is at the heart of everything we do at CARiD, so whatever your project, our brand name products and qualified experts will ensure success. Class. Luxury. Durability. We have it all, and we're always here with everything you need to keep your 2021 Ford F-150 in tip top shape, inside and out.

2021 Ford F-150 Accessories Reviews

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Amazing fitment. Easy to install and easy to take out to clean. Could not be happier with my purchase. Also bought matching cargo mat I loved my mats so much.
Posted by Thomas (Newport, PA) / September 12, 20212021 Dodge Challenger
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