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2022 Ford F-150 XLT Sport In Oxford White: Live Photo Gallery.

The 2022 Ford F-150 has already proved to be a hit with consumers. It was recently recognized as being one of the best-selling vehicles with highest days’ supply, an extraordinary feat in today’s environment, where low vehicle supply has become the norm for many automakers. Ford Authority was able to get a good look at a 2022 F-150 XLT Sport that was part of The Blue Oval’s display at the 2022 New York International Auto Show, dressed in an eye-catching coat of Oxford White.

Included on this vehicle is equipment group 301A, which costs $1,950. This gives it an eight-way power adjustable driver’s seat, electronic auto temp control, Sirius XM capabilities and SYNC 4 with voice recognition. It also sports the XLT Sport Appearance Package for an additional $1,995, and a drop-in plastic bedliner for $350. Inside, it features a contrasting Black Sport interior.

Optional equipment includes the Tow Technology Package, Ford Co-Pilot 360 Assist, a power-sliding rear window, an onboard 400-watt outlet, a remote start system, and the Bed Utility Package, which adds a tailgate step and LED box lighting. Interestingly, it has had the auto stop/start function removed, which grants the buyer a $50 credit.

Under that sparkling white skin, this 2022 Ford F-150 harnesses the turbocharged Ford EcoBoost 2.7L V6 engine, which makes a healthy 325 horsepower and 400 pound-feet of torque under the hood of the pickup. That engine is paired with the 10-speed automatic transmission, delivering power to all four wheels. The vehicle makes 17 mpg in city driving conditions and 23 on the highway for a combined 20 mpg, which is not bad considering its size, and rides on 275/60R20 BSW All-Terrain tires.

All told, this 2022 Ford F-150 XLT Sport has an MSRP of $45,385, plus an additional $10,815 in optional extras, meaning interested customers can expect to shell out at least $57,895 for this particular pickup.

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

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Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

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  1. Big Burning Gas Steve

    Hello Mr.Ford, the 2022 f150 sport should have borla sport dual exhaust, k&n cold air intake and modify the ECU for added hp! And please will you please lower the dam rear suspension!!!!!! Lowering shackles from Ford Motorsports!;!! Every f150 is see is jacked up in the ass end!!!!

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  2. Kenny D

    AND……….. It’s “ONLY” $58,000.00 DOLLARS. Hey JIMMY, You Left out the ADM that People are Gonna get DORKED WITH???? And Ya, BIG BURNING GAS STEVE, I “THINK” it has Something to do with the 1960’s maybe, we all had our 427 FORD’S, 409 CHEVY’S, 426 WEDGE DODGE’S, 426 HEMI PLYMOUTH’S, and 421 PONTIAC’S Shackled back in the Day. The TRUCK’S Back then I don’t believe we’re at a RAKE. They Just HAULED STUFF. It does Look Kinda Stupid tho! And I Own a 2022 F-150.

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  3. Scotty

    .. .sorry, your price figures here must be from Guam or Romania.
    A Sport, being higher ranked than the base XLT is alot closer to $64,000.
    Even the base XL’s these days are $55,000.

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  4. Roger Womack

    Does ford make a reg. Cab shortbox 2 wheel drive V8 ten speed auto with xlt trim and bucket seats with floor mounted shifter ? Not everyone wants a damn big ass four door monster for around town ! Lightening likevwithout the price tag !

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  5. mickey

    america is buying these trucks at prices that are 25 – 30% higher than two years ago. America can’t afford what there doing, when values go down and they will , the market will flood and 90K trucks will be worth 50K and 3 years down the road these fools will still owe 65K on there 7 year loans. its a matter of time.

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