Deliveries of the 2021 Ford F-150 pickup are still a ways out, as customers have been told expect to receive their pickup trucks during the fall of 2020. However, Ford have just released a limited configurator on their website to give buyers a better look at the pricing and options breakdown for the all-new lineup.
While not as detailed as the full configurator that will arrive when the trucks begin hitting showrooms, this shopping tool does give us some new information about the pickup truck nonetheless. There are six trim levels slated to return for 2021: XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum and Limited. The base model XL can be had with 2WD and the 3.3L V6 engine for an MSRP of $28,940. Four wheel drive is a $4,645 option on the base truck, with the fan-favorite FX4 Package now confirmed to carry an MSRP of $1,005.
Of course pricing can skyrocket up from there, with a fully loaded 2021 Ford F-150 Limited 4×4 coming it at just a hair under $80,000. For that money you get a Super Crew truck with a 5 ½ foot bed that is jam packed with every luxury and tech feature Ford has to offer as standard. The optional 3.5L PowerBoost V6 Hybrid powertrain carries a sticker price of $1,900 on the range-topping model, while it will cost $2,500 on the King Ranch and Platinum models. Ford says it will be available across the entire lineup, but the option is notably missing on the lower model’s configurators at this time. Other new options like the Interior Work Surface and Max Recline Seat carry prices of $165 and $340 respectively.
There is enough playing around to do on the new 2021 Ford F-150 configurator to last hours, and this isn’t even the full deal yet. Once Ford releases the full-blown configurator this fall, buyers will know exactly what their dream truck is going to cost them.