When it comes to the off-road pickup truck segment, Ford is currently leading the charge. Aside from the range-topping F-150 Raptor, Ford also offers Super Duty customers a trail-oriented machine by way of their F-250 and F-350 Tremor models. The Blue Oval also offers this off-road package on their mid-size Ranger, and it will soon be joining the F-150 lineup. While we do know that quite a bit about the Ford F-150 Tremor that will be hitting the market later this year, leaked dealer documents that have just made their way online via the F150Gen14.com forum. And we finally have information about the price of the 2021 Ford F-150 Tremor.
MC&T reported this morning on these leaked documents relating to the 2021 Ford F-150 Raptor, but they also include some tidbits about the other off-road focused truck. Unlike the Raptor which carries an MSRP of $64,145, the new 2021 Ford F-150 Tremor appears to slot in to the price point of the last-generation Raptor, albeit a few grand cheaper.
2021 Ford F-150 Tremor Price
The 2021 Ford F-150 Tremor carries a starting price of $49,505, plus $1,695 in destination and delivery charges. Ford confirmed to MC&T that the pricing on the leaked document is accurate and genuine.
This puts the truck right about in line with the Ram 1500 Rebel, albeit slightly more expensive, while also coming into the pricing territory of the midsized Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison. For that money, buyers will receive goodies such as Tremor-specific tuned springs, upgraded front knuckles, new upper control arms, as well as Tremor-specific shock front and rear. The new suspension layout brings one inch of additional travel at the front, while providing 1.5 inches at the rear.
Other tweaks include a steel Raptor-inspired skid plate, tow hooks front and rear, and locking differentials at both axles. The upgraded suspension of the Ford F-150 Tremor is put to the ground via a set of 33-inch General Grabber A/T tires, which come wrapped around unique 18-inch wheels. These provide an extra inch of width, and help the truck produce an approach angle of 27.6 degrees, a breakover angle of 21.2 degrees and departure angle of 24.3 degrees. The truck comes powered by Ford’s 3.5L EcoBoost V6 engine, which is mated to Ford’s 10-speed automatic transmission. No other powertrains options are available. Outside of the mechanical changes, the Ford F-150 Tremor also includes unique fascias, an exclusive hood, and Tremor-specific Active Orange accents inside and out.
As far as options go, the leaked document doesn’t make things much clearer than before. That said, there are a few options that we know Ford plans to offer that are on the list. The mid-level Ford F-150 Tremor package is slated to add $6,065 to the price of the truck, while the high-level trim costs $13,445 over MSRP. These equipment groups will bring added niceties and features to the pickup. Furthermore, we know the upgraded 4.10 front axle with a Torsen LSD is currently listed for $500, though that will come with late-availability. The 2021 Ford F-150 Tremor is slated to start production on July 6, with deliveries expected to take later this summer.