The entry-level Pro trim is up $100 compared to the current 2023 offering, though it is $3321 more than the initial figure for the 2023 model.
Pricing for the Pro starts at $52,090, while the Lariat starts at $79,590, and the new Flash trim begins at $72,090
Ford has been slowly releasing more information on the pricing structure for the 2024 F-150 Lightning lineup, with the manufacturer today revealing information for the Pro, XLT, and Lariat trims.
The base model Pro trim now carries a starting price of $52,090, which marks a minor increase of only $100 over current 2023 pricing—though the 2023 Lightning debuted at $48,769—over $3000 cheaper. Stepping up from the basic Pro to the more comfortable XLT results in a relatively hefty price jump as well. The 2024 XLT now starts at $59,590, making it $2600 more than the current XLT model.
Opting for the XLT's extended-range battery drives the price up a further $10,000. Adding the larger pack also requires the 312A High package, which includes amenities like adaptive cruise control, Ford's Pro Power Onboard generator feature, heated front seats, and heated steering wheel, along with quite a bit more.
Making the shift from the well-equipped XLT to the Lariat might also require moving up a tax bracket, as the new Lariat now starts at $79,590. That puts it $7600 above the current Lariat, and $20,000 more than the gas-powered Lariat. Fortunately for buyers who don't want to shell out that kind of money, Ford recently announced a new trim model called Flash, which slots between the XLT and Lariat, and comes in with a starting price of $72,090.
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