The redesigned 2021 Ford-F150 starts at $30,635 and climbs to $77,845, including $1,695 destination fee, when equipped with the new hybrid powertrain in all-wheel drive in top Limited trim. Throw in a tonneau cover, paint it white, add a bedliner, and it exceeds $80,000, making it the most expensive F-150 ever made from the factory.
But a host of upgrades add only $195 in the base price over the outgoing pickup truck. Even though the base XL model gets a marginal price bump, higher trims and configurations can exceed $3,000 more than the same 2020 model.
The best-selling vehicle in America comes in XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited trims, with three cab styles, three available bed sizes, and six engine configurations, including a hybrid model available across the varied lineup.
The hybrid with a 3.5-liter turbo V-6 and an electric motor costs between…