F-150 Lightning Raises Prices for 2nd Time
Ford Motor Co. has raised the starting price of its entry-level F-150 Lightning Pro trim for the second time in less than two months as it struggles with rising material costs and supply chain issues. The Pro trim on the electric vehicle now starts at $53,769, including a $1,795 shipping fee. That’s up from the $48,769 price, including shipping, that Ford announced in August as part of across-the-board hikes for all 2023 model year trims.
A spokesman said the Pro trim was the only model to see an additional increase for now, citing “ongoing supply chain constraints and rising material costs.” The cheapest Lightning now costs more than $10,000 over what was advertised at the truck’s reveal about a year and a half ago.