Full-size pickups are popular for a reason: they’re just so useful. Over the years, big pickups have learned to work harder and get more refined at the same time.

Here’s what’s new for model year 2021 when it comes to full size pickups.

Completely redesigned

2021 Ford F-150

Starting price: $ 38,345 | Rating 4.7 (KBB)

America’s most popular vehicle is new this year, with a redesigned body, fresh interior, more power, and a hybrid powertrain that drinks fuel like never before. The interior gives priority to function, although luxury upholstery made of soft leather and real wood paneling are available on higher versions. Ford F -0.63% has yet to unveil a new Raptor, but it’s safe to assume that the toughest F-150 will live another day.

Notable changes

2021 Ram 1500

Starting price: $ 36,740 | rating 4.5

The biggest change to the Ram line is the addition of the TRX model. With more than 700 horsepower under the hood, the TRX is the most powerful half-ton truck on the market. Designed for high speed and high performance off-road adventure, it enters the market as a strong competitor to the Ford Raptor. The rest of the Ram 1500 range offers a range of technology options, and additional safety equipment is standard on most trim levels.

Little or no changes

2021 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Starting price: $ 36,495 | rating 4.3

The Chevrolet Silverado takes one of the unique characteristics of its GMC Sierra sibling and makes it its own, albeit with a new name. GMC calls it the MultiPro tailgate, while the Silverado calls it the Multi-Flex tailgate. This tailgate can be converted into stairs for easier loading of the bed or into a desk for construction sites. In addition, Chevy presented a regular cab / long bed version of its Silverado with rear-wheel drive. While this is likely not a popular combination, the specific body style can haul up to 9,600 pounds.

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2021 GMC Sierra 1500

Starting price: $ 37,595 | rating 4.2

As with the Silverado, there are also some minor improvements in the Sierra, which are highlighted by additional trailer technology, wireless Apple AAPL, + 4.06% CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility as well as increased availability of functions to prevent accidents. In addition, GMC has made its version of the MultiPro tailgate more widely available.

2021 Toyota Tundra

Starting price: $ 39,565 | rating 3.9

Toyota’s Texas-built Tundra offers two new equipment packages for 2021. The Trail Special Edition expands the SR5 versions to include 18-inch wheels with Michelin MGDDY, -0.60% off-road tires, two storage units built into the bed, rubber mats and a few special shades. The Nightshade Edition darkens much of the exterior trim, including the truck’s badges, and – you guessed it – comes with an all-black interior.

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2021 Nissan Titan

Starting price: $ 40,875 | rating 4.0

After a rather heavy revision for the 2020 model year, the large Nissan NSANY rolls into 2021 unchanged at + 2.83%.

This story originally ran on KBB.com.