2022 Ford F-150 Hit With A Second Price Hike In Two Months

Ford is increasing prices for the 2022 F-150 for what will be the second time in just two months.

A memo recently was sent to Ford dealerships across the United States, and since shared to the F-150 Gen 4 forum, reveals that all 2022 models will be hit with price hikes, starting from February 15. The latest price increase isn’t insignificant either.

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For starters, Ford will increase prices for XLT models by $1,500, while jacking up prices of Lariat series, King Ranch series, Platinum series, and Limited series models all by the same $1,500. Those in the market for an F-150 Raptor will be hit with an especially significant price increase of $3,300 while F-150 Tremor models will rise in price by $1,500. The prices of the 19S STX Appearance Package will also be jacked up by $500.

As mentioned, this is the second time in as many months that prices of the Ford F-150 have risen. On December 27, 2021, Ford sent a very similar letter to dealerships revealing that prices for all XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, Limited, Tremor, and Raptor models would rise by $880. Ford also confirmed at the time that the entry-level XL would now be $350 more expensive while the STX Appearance Package, available on select XL models, was also increased by $530.

Ford’s website states that 2022 F-150 XL models start at $29,990 before any destination fees but it is unclear if this price has been increased to reflect the recent changes. Elsewhere across the range is the XLT ($36,630), Lariat ($46,140), King Ranch ($57,110), Platinum ($59,890), Limited ($74,335), Tremor ($50,735), and Raptor ($65,375).

Prices of various other Ford models will increase from February 15. This includes select Mustang models and options that will increase by upwards of $1,090. Various Escape models, the Edge, and Explorer models will also cost more for the 2022 model year.

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