2021 Ford F-150 Offers Deals To Buyers But Awful Lease Rates

a red truck driving down a dirt road: 2021 Ford F-150

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2021 Ford F-150

An XLT is available at least $3,000 in incentives for buyers.

If you’re shopping for a redesigned 2021 Ford F-150, you might want to consider buying the truck because there are some attractive incentives for it available, even at launch. Conversely, the lease offers for the pickup are far less attractive.

Information from Cars Direct indicates that there is up to $3,000 in rebates for buyers of the 2021 F-150. All trims come with a $500 rebate. Then, another $1,000 is available when financing with Ford Credit. Plus, the XLT grade has a $1,500 incentive.

It’s possible to get save an additional $2,250 on an XLT, too. Cars Direct notes there’s an equipment discount on the truck when buyers specify the Co-Pilot360 Assist 2.0 system on this trim.

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Android Auto Users Planning CarPlay Switch Due to Awful YouTube Music Experience

Google is killing off Google Play Music, and the company is replacing this service with YouTube Music, both on the phone and in the car.

But as far as Android Auto users are concerned, the experience with YouTube Music has been awful, to say the least.

A several months old thread on Google’s forums is the home of tens of complaints posted by former Play Music users who were forced to make the switch to YouTube Music only to discover they can’t access their music on Android Auto.

And it’s because YouTube Music requires a subscription to be able to play content on Android Auto, even when users just want to play their own music which was previously purchased from Google Play Music.

The struggle to access their own libraries has made many consider a potential switch to Apple, and several turned to Google’s forums to blast the search giant

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