Here is the official price list for the F-150 Lightning from Ford. It includes all the package and option codes so you can build your truck the way you want!
Hey @Dr Medjools think the way it breaks down isI'm very confused here. This pricing guide is way off on the XLT. The ford.com site says $72,000 withn the extended battery. This guide would say that it was $52K + $10 = $62K? What the hell?
Hey @Dr Medjools think the way it breaks down is
(W1E) Ford Lightning XLT - $52,974
(312A) Equipment Group 312 A (High) - $9,500
(99V) Extended Range Battery - $10,000
While I don't really care if someone else likes one vehicle or another. The standard vs extended range battery for a Model 3 is a 6k difference. For the Mach E it is 5k. The Lightning has a bigger battery. The difference between the Rivian's standard battery and 'Max Pack' is 10k. So we are comparing apples. We haven't gotten the EPA independent numbers. I'm betting they are going to be more than what Ford listed.The problem is who told them I wanted $9,500 of nontruck options? That wasn't in the advertising for the vehicle. For $73K you can get a Rivian. Check Motor Trend this month. They gush over the Rivian. More range too. The Lightning is a joke at this price. And now it makes more sense to wait for the Tesla truck. It's rumored toi have a 500 mile range for the same price. WTF is Ford thinking.
And $10K for an extended battery is another eye opener - 25% more range. Does that mean that the standard battery avaiable on the PRO is worth $30,000? The rest of the truck is worth $9K? Idiots.
There is a thread on here labeled "How the Ford F-150 Lightning Electric Truck Is so Cheap", with an article from 6 months ago that states the pro starting at 41k. I don't ever remember 30k being the price for the pro. The build configurator is base is 39.9k which doesn't include destination fee.I asked Ford about the extended battery on Pro and was told the extended battery will only be offered to fleet trucks. So that sucks. Anyone else notice when reservations were originally taken the prices were 10k to 15k cheaper? They advertised Pro at 30k and XLT 40k.
Please show us where you found a cheaper price last week? Before the build & Price tool was released, the process weren’t on the website.This pricing is definitely higher than I saw on the Ford website last week on Lariat extended range.
In fact on ford.com the same build that was $67000 last week is $79000 today! That's nice.
Iosing excitement. I'm about # 170000 on reservations list, by then the economy will probably tank. Maybe prices will slip a bit by then.
You mean $39,974 for the Pro and over $52k for the XLT?I asked Ford about the extended battery on Pro and was told the extended battery will only be offered to fleet trucks. So that sucks. Anyone else notice when reservations were originally taken the prices were 10k to 15k cheaper? They advertised Pro at 30k and XLT 40k.