The 2001 Ford F-150 Supercrew was a full sized pickup truck that came in seven different trim levels. Among these trim levels were two- and four-wheel-drive versions of the XLT, Lariat, King Ranch and the four-wheel-drive Harley Davidson Edition. When they came out, the 2001 Supercrew models retailed for between $26,915 and $34,405. In 2011, Kelley Blue Book values these trucks between $7,800 and $11,950.
Exterior Dimensions and Weight
The two-wheel-drive 2001 Supercrew models were 225.9 inches long, 79.1 inches wide and 73.9 inches tall. The XLT weighed 4,644 lbs., the Lariat weighed 4,732 lbs. and the King Ranch weighed 4,808 lbs. All versions of the Supercrew had front and rear tracks that measured 65.4 inches. The wheelbases were all 138.5 inches and the turning diameter was always 45.9 feet.
Interior Dimensions and Space
The XLT models all had room for a maximum of six passengers, while the King Ranch models seated four. The Harley Davidson trim level had room for five people. Headroom measured 39.8 inches in the front seat and back seat. Legroom was 41 inches in the front seat and 36.8 inches in the back seat. Shoulder room was 63.7 inches in the front and 63.6 inches in the back. Hip room was 59.8 inches in the front and 58 inches in the back.
Four Wheel Drive Exterior Dimensions and Weight
The four-wheel-drive Supercrew models were 226.2 inches long, 79.9 inches wide and 76.9 inches tall. The XLT weighed 4,994 lbs., the Lariat weighed 5,113 lbs., the Lariat weighed 5,189 lbs. and the Harley Davidson Edition weighed 5,075 lbs.
All 2001 Supercrew models had cargo areas that are 67.2 inches long and 20.2 inches deep. The cargo area was 50 inches wide at the wheel well and 57.7 inches wide at the wall.