An early Build & Price configurator for the 2021 Ford F-150 went live Tuesday, offering some insight into options and pricing for the fourteenth-generation model. As of August 25, Ford says that, “You’ll soon be able to fully customize, accessorize and visualize your 2021 Ford F-150. In the meantime, here’s a look ahead at some of the models and options that will be available.” To that end, as ever, those options and their pricing could be subject to change before the full configurator goes live.
As before, the 2021 Ford F-150 is available in the same range of trims, from the fleet-focused XL to the fully-loaded Limited. Pricing starts at $28,940 before destination, or $195 more than the 2020 model. Opt for the higher trims, however, and that price gulf widens. At the expensive side, pricing starts at $70,825 for the Limited, which is $3,090 more than the 2020 Limited’s MSRP. The price gap from last year is even wider on the King Ranch and Platinum trims.
For your extra $195 with the base truck, Ford does provide a substantial content update for the XL. Even as the fleet model, it now gets an 8.0-inch capacitive touchscreen with the latest SYNC 4 infotainment system as standard equipment. Instead of a six-speed automatic transmission, all 2021 F-150s get the newer 10-speed unit as standard fare.
Trims and pricing
Like previous F-150s, cab configurations and engine options all vary in price depending on your choices. All 2020 F-150 engines carry over, from the base 3.3-liter V6 to the 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6, 3.0-liter PowerStroke diesel V6 and 5.0-liter Coyote V8. One new option, though, is the 3.5-liter PowerBoost Hybrid V6, which is available across the entire F-150 range. Power, torque and efficiency figures for the hybrid still aren’t available, but Ford does say the F-150 Hybrid should manage 700 miles on a full tank of gas.
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This price list does not include Ford’s $1,695 destination fee (which remains the same as 2020).
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