LEAKED: Full 2021 Ford F-150 Pricing Guide

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Every model, package, and accessory now has a price tag.

No matter the number of high-profile vehicle launches expected for the 2021 model year, there is perhaps none more important to American buyers than the 2021 Ford F-150; after all, it is the country's best-selling vehicle. After being fully redesigned for 2021 as a fourteenth generation model, the F-150 has been hot on the tongues of American buyers. But while previously we only had access to limited pricing details like those of the individual trim lines, body styles, and powertrain options, as well as the order guide detailing all the options, F150gen14.com has now sourced the full pricing guide for the F-150 - each body style, package, standalone option, and accessory priced in excruciating detail, even including the dealer invoice price, with holdback, for every item.

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The five-page document starts off with a table of trims and body styles, ranging from the 4x2 Regular Cab XL, which starts at an MSRP of $28,940, to the 4x4 Supercrew Limited with a $74,250 MSRP. It's the ensuing four pages that dish the real dirt, however, detailing the prices of every available option and accessory. These include the various locking differentials and rear axle ratios ranging from $420 to $570, or the $750 2.7L V6 EcoBoost Payload Package. Heavy Duty Payload Packages are also available for the XL and XLT models at $1,695 and $1,500, respectively. Other options include various appearance packages, such as the Chrome Appearance Package ranging from $775-1,695, trim dependent.

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On the features front, navigation is a $795 standalone option on trims without it, while a 360-degree camera will cost you $765. $1,495 gets you a moonroof, while cruise control will add $225 to the total bill. The Trailer Tow Package, a must-have for those intend to haul heavy loads, carries a sticker price of $1,090, but the Max Trailer Tow Package starts at $1,235 and can cost up to $1,750 on certain models. The Bang & Olufsen Unleashed sound system that many have been keen on is priced at $695.

Also uncovered is an F-150 eSourceBook that details every conceivable aspect of the new truck, from available packages to the year-on-year changes per trim. However, at 55 pages in length, it's quite the read. The latter can be found here, while the full pricing guide is included in the image gallery.

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