Dealership Order Guides Reveal 2018 Ford F-150 Pricing
All things considered, the new price isn’t only fair, but also offers more bang for the buck.
When you make the best-selling vehicle in the US, you must tread lightly with pricing changes. The wrong move could have enormous repercussions. It seems that Ford understands this, and they won’t force customers to break the bank if they want their new 2018 F-150.
According to sources, a dealership order form shows the starting price of a 2018 F-150 will only be $270 higher than last year’s model. That means a starting MSRP of $28.675. This information isn’t quite official news yet, but is a great indication of what to expect. The aforementioned price is for the 3.3-liter V6 F-150 XL Regular Cab. If you want to upgrade to the SuperCab or SuperCrew, you’ll be looking at $32,760 and $35,205, respectively. These prices all show an increase of $270 compared to last year’s. If you may recall, Ford Truck Enthusiasts editor just scored a heck of a deal on a 2017 F-150 XLT!
The other interesting bit from this report is regarding the all-new pre-collision system. The new F-150 will feature an upgrade when it comes to the adaptive cruise control system, and will add pre-collision warning with pedestrian detection. This, of course, will come as an available option at the decent price of $1,250. This technology package is standard on the F-150 Limited, but will also be available on the Lariat, King Ranch or Platinum models.
As with most things in life, if you want the good stuff you will have to pay for it. The 2018 F-150 Lariat 4×2 with Luxury Equipment Group, Technology Package, and Adaptive Cruise Control will start at $50,460. If you’re interested in the SuperCrew with the Technology Package and Adaptive Cruise, the price will start at $52,420.
As with previous model years, you can always find discounts with certain packages. If you pair certain models with specific options you’ll receive discounts of $2,500 or more. So, it’s important to do your research before heading to the dealer.
As we discussed in a previous article, the price of the F-150 has fluctuated greatly through the years. Thankfully, it looks like 2018 will represent nothing but a small change.