Ford’s full configurator for the 2022 Super Duty is up and running.
Earlier this week, Andre reported (as confirmed by a company spokesperson) that the 2022 Ford Super Duty XLT would no longer have the popular Tremor Off-Road Package as an option. Fast forward to Wednesday, and the newly live configurator once more reinforces that news — leaving the Tremor Package as an option for crew cab Lariat, King Ranch and Platinum models.
In case you missed it, here is Ford’s reasoning behind dropping the Tremor package from the XLT:
Updated pricing for the 2022 model range
As we covered back in March, the 2022 Ford Super Duty adds some new trim and color combinations. Headlining the changes is an updated interior, particularly when it comes to the available 12-inch Sync 4 infotainment system that dominates the dashboard. As for the XLT trim, while you can’t get the Tremor Package, you can get a Black Appearance Package that makes your truck look that bit more sinister. You do get 20-inch wheels with 275/65 R20E all-terrain tires as well, so you can still spec your less expensive truck to look cooler, should you so choose. If you get this package on the Lariat trim, you also get Ebony Black painted mirror caps, fender vent surrounds and headlight surrounds (with the LED headlights).
Powertrains remain unchanged for the 2022 model year, from the base 6.2-liter gas V8 to the “Godzilla” 7.3-liter V8 and the 6.7-liter Power Stroke turbodiesel. Power and torque figures remain the same, as do towing capacities up to 37,000 pounds and payload capacities up to 7,850 pounds, depending on the model.
2022 Ford Super Duty trim walk — STARTING MSRPs (includes $1,695 destination charge)
|Trim||F-250 Starting Price||F-350 Starting Price||F-450 Starting Price|
As you’d expect, prices for the 2022 Ford Super Duty have increased by several hundred dollars across all trims. The XLT, for example, commands a $720 higher price tag than the previous model year. That story rings true for the higher trims as well, with the Platinum and Limited trims running nearly $1,000 higher than they did for 2021.
Fortunately, the fully-loaded F-450 Limited doesn’t quite pass the $100,000 mark yet, unless you pick every conceivable accessory. Still, we’re creeping closer and closer to the six-figure mark each year as trucks continue to get more expensive.
You can head over to the 2022 Ford Super Duty configurator here.