2022 Ford F-150 Tremor SuperCrew

MSRP $51,700

Ranked #1 in Fullsize Pickup-truck

7.6

Overall Rating

2022 Ford F-150 Tremor SuperCrew Price, Review, Ratings and Pictures

Updated on: July 5, 2021

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Nathan Dyer 

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Almost every brand of trucks offers an off-road version of their conventional counterparts to lure in the adventure junkies, but there are only a few that are genuinely good off the road. Ford is one such brand that sells its Tremor package along with its Ranger and F-150 series of trucks. Since Ford recently updated the F-150, they are expected to carry on the Tremor package as it is as well and is expected at an MSRP of $51,700. 

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Pros

F-150 Raptor four-wheel-drive transfer case

Upgraded suspension

Solid towing capacity

Ford's Trail Toolbox

Cons

The ride isn’t as smooth

Premium price tag

What's New?

No significant changes for 2022


Features

vehicle bio

base price

$51700

bodystyle

dr SuperCrew

warranty

roadside assistance

No


Pictures & Videos


Trims

Base$51,700 onwards

Colors and Styles

2022 Ford F-150 Tremor SuperCrew in Alpine White color
Alpine White

Vehicle images are guides only and may not reflect the model's exact specifications/features– exact specifications/features should be confirmed with the seller.

Ratings

Fuel Economy

8.0

Interior

8.0

Exterior

6.0

Safety

8.0

Competition

8.0

7.6

OVERALL RATING

Expert Review, Pricing Analysis and Buying Guide

7.6

Overall Rating


The Tremor package features the 4WD transfer case from the mighty F-150 Raptor but sadly for purists does not get the thumping 700 hp supercharged V8 engine under its hood and makes do with the 3.5L EcoBoost V6 engine. Thus it cannot compete against the ruthless RAM 1500 TRX but almost crushes the competition like the Nissan Titan Pro-4X, RAM 1500 Rebel, and the Toyota Tundra TRD Pro with unmatched performance and capabilities.


8.0/10
Fuel Economy

8.0/10
Interior

6.0/10
Exterior

8.0/10
Safety

8.0/10
Competition


2022 Ford F-150 Tremor SuperCrew Features

The 2022 F-150 Tremor is only available with a SuperCrew cab body style with a 5.5 feet bed at the back and is expected to be continued for the 2022 model year. The Tremor is expected to be offered with three different levels with varying levels of capabilities but most of the things are expected to be standard right across the lineup which includes the updated suspension and powertrain and the massive 12-inch infotainment system.

Trims

F-150 Tremor

MSRP

$51,700

Key Features

3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6

 

2.0-kW onboard generator with dual 120V 20A outlets

 

Front and Rear Locking differentials

 

Ford Trail Toolbox

 

Surround-view camera

 

18-inch wheels with 33-inch General Grabber all-terrain tires

 

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As there aren’t any trims as such to choose from, our job here is done. That being said, opting for the options could still be tricky as many optional features are available on offer which although increases productivity but also ends up being really expensive. 

2022 Ford F-150 Tremor Release Date

Although there aren’t any changes expected for the 2022 model year and the current 2021 model is available right away, Ford has announced that the bookings for the 2022 model would start from September 2021 with deliveries beginning soon in the next couple of months. 

2022 Ford F-150 Tremor SuperCrew Engine and Performance

The F-150 Tremor misses out on the breathtakingly powerful supercharged V8 from the Raptor and instead employs a rather frugal yet powerful 3.5-liter turbocharged EcoBoost V6 engine. It is mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission which powers all four wheels as standard which is shared with the Raptor. Engine output is rated at 400 hp and 500 lb-ft of torque which is good enough to tow 10,900 lbs and offers a payload capacity of just under 1,900 lbs.

Ford also offers the off-road assist features package called the Ford Trailbox, which we have previously seen on the new Bronco, with the Tremor which includes trail control, trail turn assist, one pedal acceleration, and braking control, and a rock crawl mode. All of these features aid in tackling treacherous terrain and makes life easier and safer for the driver when venturing off the tarmac.

Model

Ford F-150 Tremor SuperCrew

Nissan Titan Pro-4X Crew Cab*

RAM 1500 Rebel Crew Cab*

Toyota Tundra TRD Pro CrewMax*

MSRP

$51,700

$52,085

$51,315

$54,995

Engine

3.5L, Turbocharged EcoBoost V6

5.6L, Naturally Aspirated V8

3.6L, Naturally Aspirated Hybrid V6

5.6L, Naturally Aspirated V8

Drivetrain

4WD

4WD

4WD

4WD

Transmission

10-speed automatic

9-speed automatic

8-speed automatic

6-speed automatic

Power

400 hp

400 hp @ 5,800 rpm

305 hp @ 6,400 rpm

381 hp @ 5,600 rpm

Torque

500 lb-ft

413 lb-ft @ 4,000 rpm

269 lb-ft @ 4,800 rpm

401 lb-ft @ 3,600 rpm

0-60 mph (sec)

NA

6.4

7.6

6.4

Quarter Mile (sec)

NA

15.2

16.5

15.0

Top Speed (mph)

NA

110

102

108

Payload Capacity (lbs)

1,885

1,502

1,586

1,560

Towing Capacity (lbs)

10,900

9,210

7,220

9,200

*2021 data used for reference

The F-150 Tremor is one of the most affordable trucks in this segment but yet has the highest engine output and the best payload and towing capacities. We do not have the data for the acceleration tests yet, but we are pretty confident that it would be considerably faster than the 6 seconds it took for the 0-60 mph run. 

The RAM 1500 Rebel has the lowest grunt under its hood and hence is the slowest and also lacks tugging power as compared to others here. The Japanese trucks on the other hand are pretty neck and neck in terms of overall performance with the Tundra TRD Pro being the most expensive offering. 

2022 Ford F-150 Tremor SuperCrew Fuel Economy

8.0/10

Large sums of power and torque served by any engine usually result in high fuel consumption, but that is not the case with Ford's new generation of engines. The F-150 Tremor’s EcoBoost V6 engine is one such exception as it manages an EPA-rated figure of 25 mpg of combined city and highway driving. Ford also employs a large 30-gallon fuel tank which translates to a driving range of over 700 miles on a single tank of gas.

Model

Ford F-150 Tremor SuperCrew

Nissan Titan Pro-4X Crew Cab*

RAM 1500 Rebel Crew Cab*

Toyota Tundra TRD Pro CrewMax*

MPG (City)

NA

15

19

13

MPG (Highway)

NA

20

24

17

MPG (Combined)

25

17

21

14

Fuel Tank Capacity (gal)

30.0

26.0

26.0

38.0

Range (City / Highway / Combined) (miles)

NA / NA / 750

390 / 520 / 442

494 / 624 / 546

494 / 646 / 532

The competition is in no way close to Tremor in this regard as they mostly employ large naturally aspirated engines. The RAM truck with its hybrid motor manages a pretty decent 21 mpg combined but has a much smaller gas tank on offer. The Toyota Tundra TRD Pro has the highest fuel consumption with just 14 mpg of combined fuel economy and hence employs a much larger 38-gallon gas tank to compensate for the lower driving range. 

2022 Ford F-150 Tremor SuperCrew Interior

8.0/10

The cabin of the F-150 Tremor is pretty much identical to the regular redesigned F-150 and hence expect the same quality and fitment all around the cabin. There is an abundant use of premium materials all around the cabin with decent number of storage and cubby holes in place to help make the cabin more comfortable as a mobile workspace. 

The 2022 Tremor is available with only SuperCrew body style and hence has a pretty spacious cabin to seat 5 adults comfortably. The front seat folds flat to provide a place to sleep while the rear seats fold up to make a place for covered storage space inside the cabin. There is plenty of creature comforts and functionality on offer which includes the 2.0-kW onboard generator that can power the tools at a job site or support needs at tailgate parties. 

Model

Ford F-150 Tremor SuperCrew

Nissan Titan Pro-4X Crew Cab*

RAM 1500 Rebel Crew Cab*

Toyota Tundra TRD Pro CrewMax*

Seating Capacity

5

5

5

5

Front Row (Head / Shoulder / Leg) (in)

40.8 / 66.7 / 43.9

41.0 / 63.3 / 41.8

40.9 / 66.0 / 40.9

39.7 / 65.7 / 42.5

Rear Row (Head / Shoulder / Leg) (in)

40.4 / 66.0 / 43.6

40.4 / 63.6 / 38.5

39.8 / 65.7 / 45.2

38.9 / 65.5 / 42.3

Cargo Capacity (cu-ft)

52.8

NA

53.9

NA

The Nissan Titan Pro-4X is clearly the most compact truck of the lot, although it isn’t cramped by any means, it does not match up to the spaciousness of the Tremor. The Rebel on the other hand has a much more spacious rear seat but compromises on the front row legroom. Both the Tundra and Tremor have a similarly sized cabin with the F-150 offering marginally better legroom and headroom. 

  • 10-way power heated driver and passenger multi-contour leather bucket seats with power lumbar and driver's seat memory
  • 60-40 Folding Split-Bench Heated Fold-Up Rear Seat
  • Orange interior accents
  • Power Tilt/Telescoping Steering Column
  • Heated Leather Steering Wheel w/Auto Tilt-Away
  • Voice Activated Dual Zone Automatic Air Conditioning
  • Power Adjustable Pedals
  • 2.0-kW onboard generator w/dual 120V 20A outlets in the bed

How intuitive is the 2022 Ford F-150 Tremor’s infotainment unit?

The Tremor jumps over the standard 8-inch unit and employs a much larger 12-inch horizontally oriented infotainment system, unlike the vertical one we are seeing in the F-150 Lightning, to match up to the premium cabin of the RAM 1500. Ford also offers the optional B&O sound system as standard with the Tremor package which makes the drives back home that much more enjoyable. There is plenty of technology on offer with navigation, real-time traffic and weather updates, mobile hotspot, and smartphone integration all offered as standard. 

  • 12.0-inch touchscreen SYNC 4 infotainment system
  • 10-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system w/subwoofer
  • HD Radio
  • Integrated Navigation System w/Voice Activation
  • Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility
  • Enhanced Voice Recognition
  • FordPass Connect 4G Mobile Hotspot

2022 Ford F-150 Tremor SuperCrew Exterior

6.0/10

On the outside, although the overall design is pretty similar to that of the conventional F-150, the Tremor gets some obvious updates to distinguish it from its regular counterparts. To begin with, the updated suspension makes the Tremor ride higher as the Tremor now sits an inch higher at the front and an inch half higher at the back. Then there are the new set of matte finish 18-inch wheels which are wrapped with massive 33-inch General Grabber all-terrain tires.

In terms of design, the front looks more imposing with the black-finished grille instead of the chrome finish and the hood now bulges a bit more too, providing a butch feel to the front end. Then there are the orange highlights on the grille which are well integrated with the headlamps and also compliments the interiors. Then there is the Tremor badging and graphics all around that make it stand out in the crowd of F-150s. Ford has also added dual front recovery hooks finished in an orange accent that helps in case the going gets tough on sticky terrain.

Model

Ford F-150 Tremor SuperCrew

Nissan Titan Pro-4X Crew Cab*

RAM 1500 Rebel Crew Cab*

Toyota Tundra TRD Pro CrewMax*

Curb Weight (lbs)

NA

5,798

5,314

5,640

Length (in)

231.7

228.5

232.9

228.9

Width (in)

79.9

80.7

82.1

79.9

Height (in)

77.2

77.2

77.6

77.2

Ground Clearance (in)

9.4

9.8

10.3

10.6

Wheelbase (in)

145.0

139.8

144.5

145.7

The Ford Tremor and the RAM 1500 Rebel are both similar in terms of dimensions with the RAM being marginally wider and also offers a higher ground clearance. The Toyota Tundra TRD Pro offers the highest ground clearance and the Tremor travels the closest to the ground in this comparison. Both the Nissan and Toyota off-roaders are similar as well in dimensions but the Tundra offers a much longer wheelbase and hence has a more spacious cabin to offer. 

  • Projector Beam LED Directionally Adaptive Auto High-Beam Daytime Running Headlamps
  • LED Brakelights
  • Blacked-out grille
  • Active Orange accents
  • 2 front recovery hooks
  • Tremor graphics and badging
  • Power Running Boards
  • 18-inch matte-finish alloy wheels w/33-inch General Grabber all-terrain tires

2022 Ford F-150 Tremor SuperCrew Safety

8.0/10

Ford has paid a lot of attention to the safety aspect of both the occupants and the truck as well considering the conditions in which this truck is expected to be driven. For starters, underneath the truck, you’ll find a Raptor-style bash plate for protection of front end components and with the approach angle of 27.6 degrees, a break-over angle of 21.2 degrees, and a departure angle of 24.3 degrees, one is sure to get over a lot of rocks with all those Trailbox features in store. 

As far as the safety ratings are concerned, there aren’t any. Both the NHTSA and the IIHS are yet to test the conventional F-150 for the 2021 model year, and we expect the 2022 rating to come in soon around the time of launch. That being said, Ford offers plenty of the latest safety and driver assistance features that work in tandem to offer a safe haven for you and your friends and family whether you are out on the streets or dune bashing in Colorado.

  • AdvanceTrac w/Roll Stability Control
  • Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking
  • Lane Keeping Assist
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • BLIS with Trailer Tow Coverage Blind Spot
  • Dynamic Hitch Assist Back-Up Camera and Front Camera w/Washer
  • Reverse Sensing System Rear Parking Sensors

2022 Ford F-150 Tremor SuperCrew Competition

8.0/10

Ford F-150 Tremor vs Nissan Titan Pro-4X

Both the Tremor and the Pro-4X are priced very close to one another and also have identical power output, but there is no competition to the superior torque generated by the Tremor and the towing capacity which is class-leading. The Tremor is far more frugal than the Titan and also offers almost twice the driving range. The Titan offers a much more compact cabin and also does not have the latest bells and whistles in terms of safety and technology that Ford has to offer. Therefore, the F-150 Tremor is undoubtedly the obvious choice here. 

Ford F-150 Tremor vs RAM 1500 Rebel

The RAM 1500 Rebel, although priced very close to the F-150 Tremor, has considerably flower engine output to offer from its hybrid V6 powertrain which affects the towing capacity by a huge margin. Though it is quite frugal as well, the Ford truck is superior in this regard too. The F-150 offers a more balanced front and rear seat space as the Rebel feels a bit tight at the front row for taller passengers. The superior ground clearance, lightweight construction, and premium cabin do even things out in this comparison. Therefore, it is a matter of personal preference, whether you prefer the luxurious cabin with average performance or the other way around. 

Ford F-150 Tremor vs Toyota Tundra TRD Pro

The Tundra TRD Pro is the most expensive of the lot and yet cannot match up with the acceleration and towing performance of the Tremor. The F-150 Tremor is also leaps and bound more frugal than the Tundra which would make a huge difference in the long run, while the larger gas tank too cannot come close to the driving range of the Ford truck. Although both have a similarly sized cab, Ford feels more modern and stylish compared to the Tundra. Tundra offers a superior ground clearance but can not cope with the wide range of technology on offer, which makes the F-150 Tremor the better option amongst the two. 

2022 Ford F-150 Tremor SuperCrew Final Verdict

Ford offered the F-150 Tremor with an intention of taking on the niche market of adventure junkies of the country who weren’t satisfied with the Ranger’s off-roading skills. It is not only a lot more capable, but it also strikes a perfect accord in the minds of the people who have already loved the F-150 badge for over 40 years, making it the most popular vehicle in the country. 

The 2022 model year does not see many changes and yet it outshines all its rivals and although people wanted to see a monster like Tremor similar to the Raptor, the current offering is all set to get the bodies rushing with adrenaline once you decide to take it in its real habitat. Expected to arrive in September this year, you have very little to think about before grabbing hold of this one. 

 

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