Ford updated their website last week, launching their ‘Build & Price’ configurator and revealing their manufacturer’s suggested retail pricing (MSRP) for the F-150 Lightning, but only in the US.
While Ford has yet to launch the configurator on the Canadian version of their website, the automaker has already revealed the Pro and XLT variants will cost $58,000 and $68,000 respectively.
This week, some Lightning reservation holders in Canada have been contacted by dealers to confirm their orders.
With that, we are learning more about how much the Lariat and Platinum trims will cost north of the border, and how much it will cost to upgrade to the extended range battery option.
One of those reservation holders, Mark S., told Drive Tesla the base MSRP for the F-150 Lightning Lariat is $85,515.
The top-of-the-line Platinum will set you back $111,995.
Both the Lariat (only the 511A trim) and Platinum come with the extended range battery as standard equipment, which is estimated to provide up to 483km of range.
If you want to upgrade your XLT from the standard range battery (370km), that will cost an extra $13,380, bringing the price to $81,380.
Ford’s Build & Price configurator is expected to launch in Canada later this month.
UPDATE 1:41pm PST: Here is Ford Canada’s 2022 F-150 Lightning Build & Price Ordering Tool that was provided to dealers and sent to us by one of our readers, which goes into more detail about the pricing and options available for each trim.Ford Canada Build and Price Ordering Tool