F150 Lightning 2023 Build and Price is up and prices are way up

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https://www.f150lightningforum.com/...d-price-is-live-5000-increase-in-price.11626/

https://www.f150lightningforum.com/...der-banks-re-open-with-updated-pricing.11628/

The 2023 F150 Lightning build and price is active today. There are substantial price increases across the board.

I think much of this is related to battery cost increases.

Examples of similarly equipped 2022 vs 2023 models have increased between $7,500 and $9,000. That's an 18% increase on a PRO model. My dealers 2022 mannequin Lariat ER has a sticker of $81,244. An identically equipped 2023 model prices out at $90,519 a $9,000 increase (11%).

I don't have any idea how these increases may translate to 2023 Bronco prices.

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The 2023 F150 Lightning build and price is active today. There are substantial price increases across the board.

I think much of this is related to battery cost increases.

Examples of similarly equipped 2022 vs 2023 models have increased between $7,500 and $9,000. That's an 18% increase on a PRO model. My dealers 2022 mannequin Lariat ER has a sticker of $81,244. An identically equipped 2023 model prices out at $90,519 a $9,000 increase (11%).

I don't have any idea how these increases may translate to 2023 Bronco prices.

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2023 Lightning Build and Price

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Must be because the quality of parts is much higher! /s 😆

But seriously that’s even more than national inflation that’s being reported (I know not the real numbers). Almost $10k more per model… seriously hope the bronco doesn’t follow suit
 

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its even better when it doesn't qualify for any tax credit.
 

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Thats what happens when they are selling for $125k at dealerships.
 

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Thats what happens when they are selling for $125k at dealerships.
its more in line with the materials cost for EV stuff aka batteries. They have gone through the roof in the past year.
 

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good thing for price protection. the entry barrier to electrified fords is so incredibly high. i hate to see what these things will cost in 5 years. im sure my pay will go up ~3% a year. But if car prices are going up 10%, we are all F'kd.
 

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I was considering one of these for my business, still am, but that will be in a couple of years. What made the LIghtning so attractive was it's price. A Pro edition for sub $40K plus the tax credit was great. LIke I said, I have time, but I'm not liking where the pricing is heading, especially if they can't improve the range without adding $20k more to the price.
 

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I was considering one of these for my business, still am, but that will be in a couple of years. What made the LIghtning so attractive was it's price. A Pro edition for sub $40K plus the tax credit was great. LIke I said, I have time, but I'm not liking where the pricing is heading, especially if they can't improve the range without adding $20k more to the price.
Companies may want to rethink because gov is about to add an EV tax credit cutoff of $55k and up cars and 80k for trucks and suvs which they’ve already priced themselves out of for multiple models
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