Ford Finally Reveals 2015 F-150 Pricing

2015 Ford F-150

Ford has finally released the pricing for the 2015 Ford F-150 so you’ll know just how much it will cost to drive your new F-150 around Petoskey this coming year.

As small details about the newly redesigned 2015 Ford F-150 have been released over past few months, anticipation has continued to build, especially with the debut of the F-150 aluminum body. Now, the moment that truck lovers everywhere have been waiting for has finally arrived and the announcement of the 2015 Ford F-150 pricing is shocking—in a good way.

 

The XL and XLT entry level models, which feature the highly-anticipated aluminum bodies—will only see a $395 increase over the current, heavier 2014 trucks. Starting at $26,615 for the base XL, the F-150 only increases to $31,890 with the XLT. The top-notch Lariat trim level sees a slightly larger increase in price, with an $895 jump to $39,880. As consumers continue to go up the trim-level ladder, though, there are more significant increases with the King Ranch seeing the biggest increase in price ($3,515) with a sticker price of $49,460. The Platinum trim will also see a similar increase, with an extra $3,055 making its price start at $52,155.

 

While sales for the aluminum-body 2015 F-150 won’t start until later this year, dealers can now place orders for the new trucks today. Make sure you keep an eye on Brown Motors for the new trucks’ arrival!

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One Response to Ford Finally Reveals 2015 F-150 Pricing

  1. Pingback: Ford F-150 Weight is Lighter Than a Chevy Camaro ZL1 | Brown Motors Petoskey Blog

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