The 2021 Ford-250 features a sharp design and a practical layout, with straightforward controls and cabin materials that can handle the mess. Each trim offers more features, with the base trim offering air conditioning, vinyl upholstery, manual windows, and a rearview camera. Higher level trims offer features such as, a panoramic sunroof, a two-tone leather interior; and upscale options that include ambient lighting, heated and cooled front seats, massaging seats, and wireless charging. The F-250 Super Duty is available in six trim levels: XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum and Limited; and ranges from a stripped-out work truck to a luxury cruiser. There are three cab configurations with all trims; except the King Ranch is configured as a regular cab, an extended cab, or a crew cab, and either a 6.8- or 8.2-foot bed length. Pricing starts at $37,955 for the XL trim and ranges to $88,055 for the top-of-the-line Limited edition.
The biggest addition this year to the Ram 2500 is the addition of the Limited Night Edition. It adds monochromatic exterior elements, including 20-inch black wheels, grilles and badging. The Ram is comfortable with a nice interior and a modern design, featuring different interior materials and passenger space with each trim. It is standard with Regular cab and available with Crew cab or Mega cab, with multiple cab configurations and two bed lengths. The Regular cab is standard with an 8-foot cargo box; and Crew cab or Mega cab are available in 8-foot or 6-foot 4-inch cargo box. Trims include Tradesman, Big Horn, SLT, Laramie, Power Wagon, Limited, and Longhorn. Pricing starts at $36,040 for the Tradesman trim and ranges to $58,975 for the Longhorn trim.