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Prices Rise for Ford's 2015 F-150, Order Bank Opens

July 28, 2014

Photo of 2015 F-150 XL courtesy of Ford.
Photo of 2015 F-150 XL courtesy of Ford.

Ford's U.S. dealers began ordering the 2015 F-150 today after receiving pricing for the light-duty pickup that will increase due to the increased use of aluminum in the body.

Prices will increase over the 2014 model by at least $395 and as much as $3,615 depending on the model, according to a Reuters report confirmed by a Ford spokesman.

The XL and XLT base models 2015 F-150 will see a price increase of $395. The XL will retail for $26,615, while the XLT will start at $31,890. The XLT is the top-selling model.

Of the luxury models, the Lariat will start at $39,880, an $895 increase from 2014. The King Ranch F-150 increased $3,615 to $49,460.

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  1. 1. ken kuhn [ August 05, 2014 @ 09:48AM ]

    I have to wonder, is there more or better aluminum in the King Ranch edition or is that just a BS excuse to raise the prices? You would think they all have the same amount of aluminum so why is the price increase so different?

 

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