The country’s best-selling vehicle is offered in 8 trim levels, with 3 cab lengths, 3 bed lengths, and 6 engines.
One of these engines is the hybrid Powerboost powertrain.
The Raptor R is the most expensive version, with a price of $148,200.
The Ford F-150 has been the most popular vehicle on Canadian roads for 14 years and the most popular truck for 58 years.
Part of the reason for this popularity is the high number of possible configurations which comes from the combination of eight trim levels, three bed lengths, and three cab lengths. Here is a detailed look at all of these versions and their pricing for the 2023 model year.
The Ford F-150 is available in three bed lengths which include the two-door Regular cab, the two-and-a-half-door SuperCab, and the four-door SuperCrew.
Both the Regular Cab and the SuperCab are only available on the XL and XLT trim levels, with the first being standard while the SuperCrew is available on both the XL and XLT, and standard on every other trim level.
Paired with both of the smallest cabs is a 6 ½ foot bed which can be replaced by a longer 8-foot unit for an additional $300 with the Regular cab, $2,300 on the XL with the SuperCab, and $1,900 on the XLT SuperCab.
The longer SuperCrew cab is available with either the 5 ½ or 6 ½ foot bed. With the shorter bed, this cab comes at a premium of $9,375 over the Regular cab XL or $5,750 over the Regular cab XLT.
Choosing the 6 ½ foot bed adds $1,700 to the XL and XLT, or $300 to the Lariat, King Ranch, and Platinum.
The Limited, Tremor, and Raptor are only available with the shortest of all three beds.
In terms of powertrains, the 2023 F-150 is available with one of six engines starting with the 3.3L V6 that delivers 290 horsepower and 265 lb-ft of torque, followed by the available 2.7L EcoBoost V6 making 325 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque, the 5.0L V8 which generates 400 horsepower and 410 lb-ft of torque, the 3.5L EcoBoost V6 making 400 horsepower and 500 lb-ft of torque and the 3.5L PowerBoost hybrid system which delivers 430 horsepower and 570 lb-ft of torque.
The Top-of-the-line Raptor R is powered by a unique 5.2L supercharged V8 which makes 700 horsepower and 640 lb-ft of torque.
All of these engines are paired with a 10-speed transmission which sends its output to either the rear wheels or all four wheels via one of seven rear axle ratios which range from 3.15 to 3.73.
The entry-level 2023 Ford F-150 is the $48,250 XL trim level which includes black front and rear bumpers, a black plastic grille, black door handles, door mirrors, halogen headlamps, automatic headlamps, 17-inch steel wheels, vinyl flooring, a 4-inch infotainment screen, forward emergency braking, cruise control, lane-keeping assist, rear parking sensors, the SYNC 4 infotainment system with an 8-inch screen, a Wi-Fi hotspot, 40/20/40 front seat in a choice of cloth or vinyl, and manual driver and passenger seats.
This model can be equipped with a $400 Class IV trailer hitch package, a $1,125 Trailer Tow Package, and a $1,000 FX4 Offroad package which includes a locking rear differential, hill descent control, an off-road-tuned suspension, and protection plates.
Also available are the $250 Snow Plow prep package, the $650 XL Chrome Appearance package which adds chrome accents on the bumpers, 17-inch alloy wheels and fog lamps, as well as the CoPilot 360 2.0 package which includes auto high-beams, a rear window defroster, trailer tow mirrors, and reverse braking assist for a price of $650.
The contents of the CoPilot 360 pack are also included in the $1,000 XL High group along with enhanced voice recognition for the SYNC4 system.
Choosing the 2.7L EcoBoost engine on the Regular cab or SuperCab models adds $1,600 to the invoice, and picking the 5.0L V8 comes with an additional $3,975 while the 4×4 drivetrain costs $4,500 with any engine.
The SuperCrew version comes standard with the 2.7L engine, the 3.5L EcoBoost is a $2,075 upgrade and the 5.0L V8 costs $2,375.
Moving up to the $51,420 XLT adds features such as chromed front and rear bumpers, a chrome surround on the grille, heated power side mirrors, 17-inch alloy wheels, the rear defroster, carpeted floors, delayed accessory power, and visor vanity mirrors.
The XLT Mid package can be added for $2,180 in order to benefit from an 8-inch driver information screen, blind-spot monitoring with trailer tow coverage, the BoxLink cargo management system, a dual-zone automatic climate control system, rear under-seat storage, the keypad keyless access system, an 8-way power driver’s seat, and the Class IV trailer hitch.
Choosing the $6,040 XLT High package further adds the 12-inch LCD touchscreen, a 400W power outlet, intelligent key access and start, LED headlamps, LED fog lamps, a power sliding rear window, remote start, the Trailer Tow package, the XTR package, heated front seats with 10-way power adjustments on the driver side and power adjustments on the passenger side.
The same FX4 and snow plow packages are also offered on the XLT along with a $950 Max Trailer Tow package, the $1,250 CoPilot 360 assist package, the $500 XLT Sport appearance package, and the $850 360-degree camera.
The 3.5L PowerBoost hybrid powertrain becomes available on this model for $2,200 while the other engines are the same as in the XL.
The $71,945 Lariat only comes with the SuperCrew cab but it can be ordered with either the 5 ½ or 6 ½ foot beds.
This version builds upon previous ones with items such as a chrome grille, chrome door handles, LED headlamps, body-colored side mirrors, BoxLink, an auto-dimming driver’s side mirror, power-folding side mirrors, tailgate LED, a 400W outlet, 18-inch chrome alloy wheels, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, dual-zone automatic climate control, a 12-inch driver information screen, ambient lighting, a memory feature for the power-adjustable seats, mirrors, and pedals, Pro Trailer Backup Assist, trailer reverse guidance, heated and ventilated front seats, a heated steering wheel, HomeLink, illuminated vanity mirrors, a B&O sound system with Sirius XM, a 12-inch touchscreen, leather upholstery, and blind spot monitoring.
The $4,050 Lariat High package adds LED projector headlamps, LED taillamps, CoPilot Assist 2.0, heated rear seats, a power tilt and telescoping steering column, rain-sensing wipers, and wireless charging.
Option packages are essentially the same as on the XLT with the exception of the $ 1,500 Lariat Black appearance package.
The $76,190 Tremor is a more rugged version that lies somewhere between the XLT and Lariat in terms of luxury and is equipped with a number of unique features. This version is only available with the SuperCrew cab and the 5 ½ foot bed and it can only be powered by the 3.5L EcoBoost or the $300 5.0L V8 engine.
In terms of features, this model comes with body-coloured front and rear bumpers, a unique hood and side decals, a unique grille with orange accents, black door handles, LED reflector headlamps, halogen taillamps, black mirror caps, unique Tremor step bars, underbody skidplates, dark matte 18-inch aluminum wheels, a heavy-duty jack, all-terrain tires, a stowable console shifter, a urethane steering wheel, an 8-inch driver information screen, 6 auxiliary switches, a passenger-side vanity mirror, standard 4×4, front and rear off-road shocks, unique control arms and front knuckles, a 9.75-inch gearset, an electronic-locking rear differential, hill descent control, selectable drive modes, and a dual outlet exhaust.
This model can be ordered with the $11,020 Tremor High package which adds a 12-inch screen in the instrument cluster, a 360-degree camera, an advanced security pack, a high lock transfer case, rain-sensing wipers, LED projector headlamps and LED taillamps, the B&O sound system, CoPilot 360 Assist, a heated steering wheel, heated and ventilated leather-trimmed front seats, power-adjustable pedals, a power tilt and telescopic steering column, power-folding side mirrors, a power sliding rear window, heated rear seats, HomeLink, and a wireless charging pad.
Stepping up to the $90,460 King Ranch model brings front and rear bumpers painted in an accent colour, a stone grey single bar grille, body-colour door handles, exclusive light caribou painted 20-inch wheels, dynamic LED projector headlamps, a two-tone paint treatment, a power tailgate with integrated step, power running boards, a stowable gear shifter, genuine wood accents, adaptive cruise control, intersection assist, rain-sensing wipers, wireless charging, a B&O Unleashed sound system, built-in navigation, multi-contour leather seats, and heated rear seats.
The King Ranch comes standard with the 4×4 drivetrain and the 2.7L EcoBoost engine is not available.
A $1,000 King Ranch Chrome appearance package adds back most of the chrome elements found on other models while a $250 monochromatic paint package gets rid of the accent colour on the lower panels.
The next level up is the $94,610 Platinum, which is the last version to be offered with the 6 ½ foot bed. This model comes with features such as body-coloured bumpers, a single bar grille with satin surround, chromed side mirrors, a satin aluminum tailgate appliqué, 20-inch polished alloy wheels, premium floor mats, a 360-degree camera, forward parking sensors, and BlueCruise.
This version can also receive the $950 Max Trailer Tow package, the $1,000 FX4 package, and a $1,845 Platinum Black Appearance package.
The $108,480 Limited is the most luxurious F-150 in the lineup due to its standard features which include a different grille design, satin aluminum door handles, body-colored side mirrors, the onboard scales with smart hitch, the 7.2 kW ProPower Onboard system, 22-inch polished aluminum wheels, a twin-panel moonroof, an Admiral blue leather-wrapped steering wheel, adaptive steering, an interior work surface, a tray-style floor liner, Active Motion front seats, and adaptive damping.
This version of the F-150 comes only with the hybrid powertrain and it doesn’t offer any additional option packages.
The most rugged and sporty F-150 in 2023 is the $107,470 Raptor. This model is powered by the High-output 3.5L EcoBoost engine and it features enhancements such as performance front and rear bumpers, front fender flares, integrated marker lamps, LED fog lamps, a unique grille, cast aluminum running boards, heavy-duty skid plates, 17-inch cast aluminum wheels, all-terrain tires, unique Raptor rubber floor mats, a unique leather-wrapped steering wheel, adaptive cruise control with traffic jam assist, ambient lighting, six auxiliary switches, front bucket seats, a unique long travel suspension system with sport-tuned Fox Racing shock absorbers, an electronic locking rear differential, Trail-control with 1 pedal drive, a high-lock transfer case, and paddle shifters for the automatic transmission.
A $1,250 carbon fibre pack is available for the interior of the Raptor, as well as the $7,900 Raptor 37 Performance Package which includes bead-lock capable wheels, sport-tuned shock absorbers and unique graphics.
Drivers who want the ultimate in performance can also choose the $40,730 Raptor R package which replaces the standard engine with a supercharged 5.2L V8 and adds unique R badging, Alcantara Recaro bucket seats, orange tow hooks, orange accent stitching, and black exterior accents.
Of course, Ford offers an extensive list of accessories which can be added to most versions of the 2023 F-150 and multiple standalone options can be selected on lower trim levels, making the entire lineup fairly confusing. The most important items to mention include the various ProPower Onboard power generating systems that range from 2 kW to 7 kW, the Onboard scale, larger fuel tanks, and adaptive damping.