A Ford F150 can weigh anywhere from 4,021 lbs to 5,886 lbs depending on the bed size, engine and drive system.
The lightest Ford F150 in any trim which is a 4×2 wheel drive system with a 3.3L Ti-VCT V6 engine weighing 4,021 lbs.
The heaviest Ford F150 is the Raptor (with the 37 Performance Package) which is 4×4 wheel drive with a 3.5L EcoBoost V6 engine weighing 5,886 lbs.
Read on to find out how much your truck weights by trim level and engine.
*Note that all values recorded in these tables are curb weight reported from Ford.com. Curb weight is defined in the last section of this article.
Ford F150 Weight By Base Model
There are 8 trim levels of the Ford F150.
- King Ranch
Each of these trims has a standard engine. If you did not customize the engine type of your truck, then the chart below will tell you the specific weight of your truck by trim and size.
|Bed Size||5.5 ft||6.5 ft||6.5 ft||8.0 ft||6.5 ft||8.0 ft|
The Ford F150 series comes in 8 different styles. Each of these styles has extra features and additions that you can add to the base truck.
XL and XLT
The XL and XLT are very similar trucks. The XLT has slightly more upgrades than the XL.
In terms of weight, this truck is the smallest pickup truck of the series. The Ford F150 XL and Ford F150 XLT weigh anywhere from 4,021 lbs to 4,705 lbs in their base form which includes the 3.3L Ti-VCT V6 engine.
It is not offered in the SuperCrew 6.5 ft bed or the Super 8 ft cab.
The LARIAT base model can weigh anywhere from 4,171 to 4,838 lbs.
The base engine in this trim is the 2.7L EcoBoost V6.
Though this model comes in all bed sizes, there is no four-wheel drive for the SuperCrew 6.5 ft bed or the Super 8 ft cab variation.
King Ranch and Platinum
Both King Ranch and Platinum Ford F150s come with the 5.0L Ti-VCT V8 engine.
These models can range from 4,300 lbs to 4,941. They are both available in all bed sizes and cab sizes.
There are some restrictions, however on engine types which you can find later in this article.
Limited, Tremor, Raptor
The Limited, Tremor, and Raptor Ford F150 trim levels all come with the base engine of the 3.5L EcoBoost V6.
They are not available in the regular cab size with a 6.5 ft truck.
The base models can weigh anywhere from 4,438 lbs to 5,025 lbs.
Ford F150 Cab Styles
The Ford F150 series has 3 basic cab styles
- Regular Cab
- Super Crew
The regular cab is a 2 door, one row option which can seat up to 3 passengers.
The SuperCab and SuperCrew can hold up to 6 passengers (Source).
Both the Super cab and SuperCrew trucks have two rows of seating and two doors.
The main difference between the two is that the SuperCrew has 2 sets of full doors and the Super cab has one set of full doors and 2 smaller doors that open backwards.
Ford F150 Weight By Cab Style
|Bed Size||6.5 ft||6.5 ft||8.0 ft||8.0 ft|
|3.3L Ti-VCT V6||4,021 lbs||4,275 lbs||4,122 lbs||4,363 lbs|
|2.7L EcoBoost V6||4,171 lbs||4,441 lbs||4,263 lbs||4,546 lbs|
|5.0L Ti-VCT V8||4,300 lbs||4,564 lbs||4,396 lbs||4,650 lbs|
|3.5L EcoBoost V6||–||–||4,428 lbs||4,690 lbs|
|Bed Size||6.5 ft||6.5 ft||8.0 ft||8.0 ft|
|3.3L Ti-VCT V6||4,345||4,598 lbs||–||–|
|2.7L EcoBoost V6||4,469 lbs||4,755 lbs||4,574 lbs||–|
|5.0L Ti-VCT V8||4,554 lbs||4,810 lbs||4,675 lbs||4,941 lbs|
|3.5L EcoBoost V6||4,607||4,860 lbs||4,764 lbs||5,025 lbs|
|3.0L Power Stroke V6||–||5,208 lbs||–||–|
|Bed Size||5.5 ft||5.5 ft||6.5 ft||6.5 ft|
|3.3L Ti-VCT V6||4,465 lbs||4,705 lbs||–||–|
|2.7L EcoBoost V6||4,584 lbs||4,838 lbs||4,616 lbs||–|
|5.0L Ti-VCT V8||4,661 lbs||4,912 lbs||4,712 lbs||5,014 lbs|
|3.5L EcoBoost V6 (Tremor)||4,696||4,948 lbs|
|4,752 lbs||4,995 lbs|
|3.0L Power Stroke V6||–||5,243 lbs||–||5,292|
|3.5L PowerBoost Full Hybrid V6||5,260 lbs||5,517 lbs||5,228 lbs||5,540 lbs|
|3.5L EcoBoost V6 |
(Raptor/Raptor 37 Performance Pkg)
|–||5,740 lbs/5,886 lbs||–||–|
Ford F150 Box Sizes
The Ford F150 series has a styleside type bed. The Styleside bed type is a Ford specific nomenclature for a fleetbed truck. This means that the sides of the truck are flat.
The other kind of bed type is the stepside (“flareside” by Ford) and this refers to the protrusion of the sides of the trucks over the wheels.
If you’ve ever seen a truck that sticks out on its side more than the truck bed, this is a stepside. This leaves a completely rectangular bed in the back.
The styleside trucks have indents over the wheels.
Ford offers 3 main styleside beds:
- 5.5 ft long
- 6.5 ft long
- 8.0 ft long
The shortest bed length is only offered in the Supercrew due to the extended nature of the cab site. It also cannot go up to 8.0 ft long to keep the truck at a reasonable size.
Ford F150 Engines
The Ford F150 has 6 main engines to choose from. Of these 6, there is one Deisel engine and one Hybrid engine.
Not every engine type is offered in every Ford F150 trim. Below is a chart of the offerings of each engine for each model.
|3.3 Ti-VCT V6||Base||Base|
|2.7L EcoBoost V6||x||x||Base|
|5.0L Ti-VCT V8||x||x||x||Base||Base|
|3.5L EcoBoost V6||x||x||x||x||x||Base||Base||Base|
|3.0L Power Stroke|
Turbo Diesel V6
|3.5L PowerBoost |
Full Hybrid V6
Wondering what kind of oil each of these engines needs? Check out: Oil type for Ford F150 by Engine
What is curb weight and why is it important?
Curb weight is just a fancy term for the weight a car has immediately following manufacturing with a full tank of gas. This means it is the total weight of the car without any additional passengers or extra modifications.
Each manufacturer lists the curb weight based on the trim, size and engine type.
All values recorded here are the curb weight of the vehicle.
Once you add a passenger, modifications, or cargo, the weight of your truck increases.
Why is this important?
Well, the curb weight helps you determine the amount of extra weight you can carry in your truck. The GVWR is the gross vehicle weight rating which is the maximum total weight your truck can safely handle.
This means that all weight including the weight of the truck, passengers, cargo, and tongue weight of a hitch cannot exceed the GVWR.
In order to determine the maximum load that can be added to a truck, you must subtract the curb weight from the GVWR. This is also known as the payload capacity.
The curb weight is also important to help determine the towing capcity of your Ford F-150.
Learn more about the Carrying Capacity or Towing Capacity and calculate it for yourself for you F-150!