2009 Ford F-150 Values

Select a 2009 Ford F-150 trim level

2009 model year changes

The F-150 has been completely redesigned for 2009, with a new, more macho appearance, a stronger frame, more versatile and luxurious interior and a more powerful engine lineup. Safety has also been stepped up on all F-150s, with side-impact airbags, side curtain airbags and electronic stability control now standard.

Competitive comparison

Safety features; responsive six-speed automatic transmission; interior versatility; comfort and refinement; hauling and towing capability

Special features for 2009

The F-150 has been the best-selling truck nameplate for 31 years, and Ford shows no indication of giving that title up with the completely redesigned model this year. While the new F-150 is more capable, more passenger-friendly, and safer, it's still offered in one of the widest equipment ranges of any vehicle, to suit the needs of those who work out of their vehicles in many different ways. As such, the F-150 spans one of the widest price ranges of any vehicle, from the low $20,000 range for the base XL models to over the $50,000 mark for a loaded Platinum.
Redesigned for 2009, the Ford F-150 pickup truck has gained power and also features more interior passenger room for increased comfort. A 248 hp 4.6L V8 replaces the 202 hp V6 as the base engine and is connected to a four-speed automatic. A 292 hp 4.6L V8 and a 320 hp 5.4L V8 are available as well, and both are mated to Ford's six-speed automatic transmission. The 5.4L V8 can run on E85 ethanol-blended fuel. Rear-wheel drive and four-wheel drive are both available; however, the four-wheel drive cannot be left engaged on dry pavement. Ford F-150 standard features include ABS, traction control, roll stability control, front side airbags and curtain side airbags. The regular cab trim, which no longer has rear access doors, is considered the base model. The SuperCab extended cab features rear-hinged back doors that do not open independently of the front doors. The SuperCrew crew cab has four conventional doors. The F-150 achieves 14 mpg in the city and 19 mpg on the highway.