The Ford F-150 has been the cornerstone of the North American automotive landscape for decades. For the 2024 model year, the best-selling truck has been updated with a range of new features and improvements. With that, Ford has released its pricing structure and always, there are multiple trim levels and add-on packages to meet varying consumer needs.
Starting with the Regular Cab, the base XL (4×2) is priced at $49,655, while its 4×4 counterpart is available for $54,155. In the Super Cab category, prices start at $55,850 for the XL (4×2) and go up to $65,395 for the XLT (4×4). The STX trims are also available in this category, with the 4×2 version costing $58,260 and the 4×4 going for $62,760.
The F-150 Super Crew configurations introduce a more expansive range of options. The lineup starts with the XL trims at $59,030 for 4×2 and $62,180 for 4×4. The offerings extend through multiple premium trim levels like the King Ranch (4×4) at $91,940 and Platinum (4×4) at $100,740.
The hotly-anticipated Raptor (4×4) is priced from an eye watering $106,500, but that just for the “base model”. The Raptor R package commands a hefty $41,680. Over and above the donor Raptor. For this price, it had better make truck lovers forget about the RAM TRX…
For those interested in additional features, Ford offers a variety of packages. Destination and Delivery (D&D) add $2,295 to the base price. Popular options like the XL 103A is priced at $1,095. Several mid-range add-ons, such as XLT 302A and Lariat 502A, are available for $4,090 and $3,955, respectively. The Tremor 402A package requires an additional $11,015.
Ordering for the 2024 Ford F-150 is now open. As always, we expect it to continue to be the #1 selling truck and vehicle in 2023 and 2024.