2021 Ford F-150 price and options lists hit the web

A couple weeks back, CarsDirect reported on pricing at the bottom and top ends for the 2021 Ford F-150, based on very early order guides. At the bottom, and according to that paperwork, the entry-level F-150 XL Regular Cab 4×2 starts at $30,635, while the top-tier Limited starts at $72,520. The F150 Gen14 forum got hold of a new price list for every trim, bed length, engine, and drivetain on the way in 2021, plus options lists with pricing. We’re still a ways out from the new pickup’s on-sale date, so any of these prices could change. The base XL Regular Cab 4×4 with the 6.5-foot box starts at $28,940 before the $1,695 destination and delivery charge, totaling the aforementioned $30,635. Adding an eight-foot box costs $300. Adding four-wheel drive costs $4,645, taking matters up to a starting price of $35,280.

Prices for the base model of the XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited trims, in regular, Super Cab, and Super Crew configurations, in 4×2 and 4×4 guises are (box length in parentheses):

  • Regular XL 4×2 (6.5) – $30,635
  • Regular XL 4×4 (6.5) – $35,280
  • Regular XLT 4×2 (6.5) – $36,745
  • Regular XLT 4×4 (6.5) – $40,170
  • SuperCab Lariat 4×2 (6.5) – $46,890
  • SuperCab Lariat 4×4 (6.5) – $50,315
  • SuperCrew King Ranch 4×2 (5.5) – $58,025
  • SuperCrew King Ranch 4×4 (5.5) – $61,450
  • SuperCrew Platinum 4×2 (5.5) – $60,805
  • SuperCrew Platinum 4×4 (5.5) – $64,230
  • SuperCrew Limited 4×2 (5.5) – $72,520
  • SuperCrew Limited 4×4 (5.5) – $75,945

The price of optional bed sizes and four-wheel drive changes depending on trim. 

The options lists put numbers to everything from the $45 SecuriCode keypad to the $6,920 Equipment Group 502A (High). The current 502A Luxury package costs $6,795 on the Lariat trim to get a chrome appearance package, B&O Play audio, a reverse sensing system, and a blind-spot warning system with cross-traffic alert and trailer tow monitoring. There are other minor changes across the extra features list; for instance, putting a 5.0-liter V8 into the XL to replace the 3.3-liter V6 will cost $1,995, same as now, but swapping into the 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 will cost $1,195, which is $200 more than in 2020.   

Head over to the F150 Gen14 forum with a calculator app open to pore over all the details and plan for your new truck.

Source: AutoBlog.com