05RubiconLJ

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That shot of the Limited, I believe, says it all about the way that color shifts. The Sport in the background appears to also be Carbonized Gray.
 

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The silver lariat looks great.
 

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Demonstration at Chicagoland Raceway where a 2021 F-150 Powerboost Hybrid races against a Ram 1500 while towing the same weight.


 

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There's one single thing that has bugged me for a VERY long time, and it looks like Ford still isn't fixing it; keyless entry door handles on the rear doors. My wife's 2015 Edge Titanium had front AND rear keyless entry door handles. But Platinum trim F-150s, Platinum trim Explorers, Platinum trim Expeditions, and basically every single "top of the line" vehicle that Ford has... No keyless entry door handles on the rear. I wouldn't be so irritated if the Edge didn't get them. But you're talking TOP END models that are cash cows and crazy popular missing basic things their lower end vehicles have. :(

Looks like a really cool event though. Too bad this virus has kept us from seeing the new vehicles in person at shows. Gotta latch on to all of this info to keep updated.
 

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@executor485, I couldn't agree more. My wife's 2016 MDX has keyless all the way around. That was almost 5 model years ago. I also believe, although we have it deactivated, it will unlock all doors when you approach the car. My Tacoma (2018) only has it on the driver's door. It annoys the hell out of me.

While I think it should go without saying that the KR, Platinum, and Limited should have them automatically, the bulk of their sales are in XLT and Lariat trim to folks who legitimately use their trucks as they are intended. If my truck was used as a work tool or in support of my job, I would want this option. Having to open the front door to unlock the back or fumble with the keys to load something in to the back seat seems counter-intuitive.
 

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