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2021 Ford F-150 4×4 Pricing Revealed

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Last week, we learned a few details regarding 2021 Ford F-150 pricing, at least in regards to the base price for each trim level. But now, we can expound on that information with a complete 2021 Ford F-150 4×4 pricing list for every trim level, cab configuration, and bed length.

These prices reflect the starting MSRP per trim level, without options or delivery. The delivery and destination fee adds an additional $1,695 to the cost. These prices are current as of July 29th, 2020, but could change slightly as we get closer to the new F-150’s launch, which is scheduled for Fall of 2020.

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As was the case with the last-generation Ford F-150, the all-new 14th-generation model is available in XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited trims, in regular, Super Cab, and Super Crew configurations, and with 5.5, 6.5, and 8 foot bed lengths.

The 2021 Ford F-150 4×4 pricing list reveals a few interesting details worth noting. For starters, the least expensive four-wheel-drive F-150 model is the XL regular cab with a 6.5 foot bed, which starts out at $33,585. That’s $4,645 more than the comparable model in two-wheel-drive, which features a base MSRP of $28,940.

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Adding the longer 8 foot bed only costs an additional $300, however. But the price gap between 4×2 and 4×4 varies by trim level, as the range-topping Limited requires an additional $3,425 to add four-wheel-drive capability.

Speaking of the Limited, it is once again the most expensive trim level in Ford’s F-150 lineup. A Limited 4×4 starts out at $74,250, which is significantly more than the four-wheel-drive Platinum’s base MSRP of $62,535. The King Ranch slots below it with a starting price of $59,775, but the Lariat seems like a proverbial sweet spot at $48,620, which is just $4,750 more than the similarly configured XLT Super Cab 4×4.

2021 Ford F-150 4x4 Pricing
Series Code Cab Trim Level Drive Wheels Bed Length (Feet) Suggested Retail
F1E Regular XL 4×4 6.5 $33,585
F1E Regular XL 4×4 8 $33,885
X1E Super Cab XL 4×4 6.5 $36,455
F1E Regular XLT 4×4 6.5 $38,475
F1E Regular XLT 4×4 8 $38,775
X1E Super Cab XL 4×4 8 $38,930
W1E Super Crew XL 4×4 5.5 $40,160
X1E Super Cab XLT 4×4 6.5 $41,385
W1E Super Crew XL 4×4 6.5 $42,635
W1E Super Crew XLT 4×4 5.5 $43,805
X1E Super Cab XLT 4×4 8 $43,870
W1E Super Crew XLT 4×4 6.5 $46,290
X1E Super Cab Lariat 4×4 6.5 $48,620
X1E Super Cab Lariat 4×4 8 $50,085
W1E Super Crew Lariat 4×4 5.5 $50,980
W1E Super Crew Lariat 4×4 6.5 $52,445
W1E Super Crew King Ranch 4×4 5.5 $59,775
W1E Super Crew King Ranch 4×4 6.5 $60,055
W1E Super Crew Platinum 4×4 5.5 $62,535
W1E Super Crew Platinum 4×4 6.5 $62,835
W1E Super Crew Limited 4×4 5.5 $74,250
  • Prices do not include the $1,695 delivery and destination fee.
  • Prices are subject to slight changes prior to launch.

We’ll have much more on the new F-150 soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford F-Series news, Ford F-150 news, and continuous Ford news coverage.

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Written by Brett Foote

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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  1. Wrong. Your chart right below this part says that a regular cab XL is $28,940. A super cab XL is at the higher price you mention below. It’s not $500 extra for a 4×4, it’s over $4000 more.

    The 2021 Ford F-150 4×4 pricing list reveals a few interesting details worth noting. For starters, the least expensive four-wheel-drive F-150 model is the XL regular cab with a 6.5 foot bed, which starts out at $33,585. That’s only marginally more than the same model in two-wheel-drive configuration, which starts out at $33,025, which makes stepping up to 4×4 a pretty easy decision for most buyers.

  2. That is a wide range of prices. Add the F-150 hybrid versions to this list for a more complete comparison.

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