- Ford has announced pricing for the new 2021 F-150 pickup, and for the first time its base price jumps above $30,000.
- The base XL model starts at $30,635—that’s $195 more than the 2020 model—and tops out at $75,945 for the four-wheel-drive Limited SuperCrew model.
- The 2021 Ford F-150 will arrive in dealers this fall along with the new PowerBoost hybrid model.
The reveal of the “all-new” 2021 Ford F-150 was a bit disappointing in that it wasn’t all that different from the 2020 model. Well, there was the addition of some cool new productivity features and the addition of a hybrid powertrain. Even better, the pricing of the new truck isn’t that much different, either: the base XL model starts only $195 higher than the 2020 model, at $30,635.
That price is for the rear-wheel-drive XL RegularCab with a 6.5-foot cargo box. Upgrading to the four-wheel-drive model will cost an additional $4645. The base XL model also comes in SuperCab and SuperCrew configurations and starts at $34,720 for the former and $38,345 for the latter. On both the RegularCab and SuperCab models we see a $195 increase over the previous model year’s starting price and a $1365 increase on the SuperCrew model.
The XLT model, also available in two- and four-wheel-drive with RegularCab, SuperCab, and SuperCrew configurations, gets a $290 price hike across the board. The rear-wheel-drive RegularCab with a 6.5-foot cargo box starts at $36,745, the SuperCab at $39,655, and it’s $42,005 for the SuperCrew. Meanwhile, the Lariat model, which is only available in SuperCab and SuperCrew configurations, gets $1945 more expensive on both configurations. The SuperCab starts at $46,890 while the SuperCrew starts at $49,250.
King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited F-150s only come in SuperCrew configurations. The King Ranch starts at $58,025 (a $3340 increases), the Platinum at $60,805 (a $3590 increase), and the Limited starts at $72,520 (a $3090 increase).
Ford’s also introducing a new twin-turbo 3.5-liter V-6 hybrid powertrain dubbed PowerBoost, and it’s available on all trim levels. Other than that, the 3.3-liter V-6, 2.7-liter EcoBoost V-6, 3.5-liter EcoBoost, 5.0-liter V-8, and Power Stroke V-6 diesel are carried over from the previous model year. On F-150s that have the standard 3.3-liter V-6, the PowerBoost hybrid costs an additional $4495. Choosing the 2.7-liter EcoBoost will add another $3300, and for the 5.0-liter V-8 and 3.5-liter EcoBoost, tack on an additional $2500.
The 2021 Ford F-150 is slated to arrive this fall along with the PowerBoost hybrid model, and Ford says that an electric F-150 will be available within the next two years.
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