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Here’s Everything You Need To Know

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The 2021 Ford F-150 doesn’t look all that different on the outside. But maybe that’s a good thing, as Ford needs it to keep it’s 43 year crown as the best selling vehicle in America. To keep new buyers interested, though, many of the changes are exciting and clever new features. Now, thanks to F-150Gen14 forum, we have new pricing information from what we have already covered, including one of it’s most anticipated options.

That option is the PowerPro Onboard generator, which the dealer guide curiously calls “Power-To-The-Box.” Non-hybrid trucks can option the 2.0 kW generator for $995, which makes it seem like a no-brainer to have on the truck. Even this base system can power a full tailgating setup, including a heater, TV, mini fridge, and speakers for 85 hours.

2021 Ford F-150

Stepping up to the PowerBoost hybrid powertrain gives you the 2.4 kW as standard, so pricing just factors in the cost of the hybrid powertrain. This varies across the lineup depending on what engine you would be upgrading from. Choosing the Powerboost Hybrid from a 3.3L V6 adds $4,495, and from the 2.7L EcoBoost V6, $3,300. It’s less on the higher level 5.0L Coyote V8 or 3.5L EcoBoost V6, as the hybrid system is just another $2,500. Choosing the upgraded, top of the line 7.2 kW generator will cost you a surprisingly affordable $750.

2021 Ford F-150

This information also gives full pricing information on the different trim levels. Being a truck, there are many trips levels, and many overlap with different cab and bed configurations. To keep things simple, here is the cheapest way to get into each trim level, which means the smallest bed and cab with 4×2:

  • XL, Regular Cab 4×2: $28,940 (this is less than the $30,635 base price we have in previous stories, but it may not include some dealer related charges)
  • XLT, Regular Cab 4×2: $35,050
  • Lariat, SuperCab 4×2: $45,195
  • King Ranch, SuperCrew 4×2: $56,330
  • Platinum, SuperCrew 4×2: $59,110
  • Limited, SuperCrew 4×2: $70,825 (again, this is less than the starting price listed in previous articles)

Pricing for some other surely popular options includes:

  • Power 10-Way Max Recline Seats: $340
  • B&O Sound System/B&O Unleashed Sound System: $610/$695
  • Trailer Tow Package: $1,090
  • Max Trailer Tow Package: $1,350
  • Tow Tech Package: $880
  • Spray in Bedliner: $595
  • Moonroof (Twin Panel On SuperCrew): $1,495

You can check out the full options and trim pricing list for the 2021 Ford F-150 by clicking these orange words.

Written by Sam Krahn

Sam graduated with a communications Degree from Wayne State University, where he was also a member of the swim team. He's interested to see how new technology will affect the American performance vehicle landscape.

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