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News 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Pricing Leaks

2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Pricing Leaks

Pricing for new F-150 Lightning leaks

  • Electric pickup will run from under $40k to beyond $90k

  • Also gives price for Extended Range battery pack


Ford gave out some pricing basics for the 2022 F-150 Lightning, but not the full details. That didn’t stop more than 100,000 people dropping a $100 deposit for the truck. But now it looks like full pricing for the electric pickup has leaked, giving us a better idea of the complete range Ford will offer.

For the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning, the automaker had already said that the Pro model would start at $39,974, and that the XLT model would start from $52,974. Now users on F150gen14.com, a forum dedicated to the 14th-generation of the F-150, have posted what looks to be complete pricing.

The poster said it was sent as a survey, an email to potential customers. It asks them which they would purchase and then gives some option details, likely as a way for Ford to gauge how they should build the new trucks.

The document lists the trucks, with MSRP, as follows.

Pro $39,974
XLT $52,974
XLT+ Premium $56,774
Lariat $67,474
Lariat+ Premium $79,474
Platinum $89,874

F-150 Lighting Survey Pricing | Photo: F150gen14.com

All prices are before tax credits, and for reference a crew cab gas XLT 3.3L V6 is $44,155 and a Platinum with 3.5L EcoBoost is $62,860.

Other details in the post include a $7,000 option for the extended range battery ($10,000 on Pro and standard on Lariat Premium and Platinum., $1,070 for the 9.6 kW Pro Power Onboard.

The document also shows more info about the standard equipment on each trim and we’ve included the screenshots if you’re looking for the nitty-gritty.

Order books for the truck are still expected to open later this year, with production beginning in early 2022.

 

 

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