The Ford F-150 will start from $106,950 before on-road costs for the entry-level XLT SWB variant
Starting from $106,950 before on-road costs, the F-150 will be available locally with four variants. Pricing will top out at $140,945 for a long-wheel base Lariat model.
Every Ford F-150 sold in Australia will feature a 3.5-litre twin-turbocharged petrol V6 engine that produces 298kW/678Nm. This engine will be coupled with a 10-speed automatic transmission.
Local deliveries for the Ford F-150 will begin in the third quarter of 2023.
The Ford F-150 will be able to tow much more than your regular dual-cab ute and is capable of pulling up to 4.5 tonnes.
The short-wheelbase variant will measure in at 3683mm, while the long wheelbase variant will be 3987mm. The short wheelbase will feature a 1676mm long tray, while the long-wheelbase will have a longer 1981mm tray.
All Australian-delivered F-150s will be re-manufactured for right-hand drive, with the first of the allotment now en-route to Australia.
The Ford F-150 XLT will come standard with 20-inch alloy wheels, a spray-in bedliner, underbody skidplates, 12-way powered driver seat and 10-way front passenger seat, cloth seat trim, an 8.0-inch central touchscreen, a seven-speaker sound system and dual-zone climate control, among other features.
Stepping up to the Lariat variant, owners will receive a twin panel sunroof, LED head lights and tail lights, a power tailgate, leather accented seats, a larger 12.0-inch central touchscreen, a 12.0-inch digital instrument cluster, an 18-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system and wireless phone charging.
As standard, the new Ford F-150 for Australia will feature six airbags, a rear view camera, rear parking sensors, cruise control, pre-collision assist with AEB, cross traffic alert and a lane-keeping aid.
The higher-spec Lariat model adds front parking sensors, adaptive cruise control, lane centering assist, a 360-degree camera, speed sign recognition, evasive steering assist and intersection assist.
All prices listed are before on-road costs.
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