2017 Ford Super Duty Pricing Increases Detailed
Back in May, the crew at Car & Driver announced some of the basic pricing for the 2017 Ford F250 and with the launch of the configurator tool on Ford.com, those preliminary prices have been confirmed. As expected, the new 2017 Super Duty is more expensive than the 2016 models, but just how much more expensive depends on which package the buyers selects.
As you might imagine, the pricing for the expansive 2017 Ford Super Duty lineup is fairly intricate, but here is a rundown of the basic starting prices for the various models and trimlines – along with a look at how much that same truck costs for the 2016 model year.
2017 Ford Super Duty Prices
As we reported back in May when Car & Driver rolled out the basic pricing for the 2017 Ford F250, the entire Super Duty lineup will see a pricing increase for the new model year – and this shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone. In addition to the new lightweight aluminum body, the 2017 Super Duty will come with a long list of available features to make the F250, F350 and F450 the most capable trucks on the market. The 2017 models will include all sorts of goodies that either weren’t offered for 2016 or were only offered as options, leading to price increases across the board and while I won’t get into all of the fine print details – here is a rundown of the 2017 Super Duty pricing schedule changes.
(Note: None of these prices include the $1,195 destination fee, which remains unchanged from 2016)
If you are looking to buy a base model (XL) 2017 Ford Super Duty in any of the available models, it won’t cost you much more than it would have if you bought a 2016 version. The F250 base model (XL, gasoline engine, regular cab, short bed) increases by just $150 in both rear- and four-wheel drive form, while the 2017 F250 with the PowerStroke diesel engine increases by $265. Even stepping up to the XLT or Lariat models of the new F250 won’t cost you much more than a 2016 model, as the F250 XLT and Lariat only increase by a maximum of $485.
Getting into the 2017 Ford F250 King Ranch will cost you a bit more – ranging from $1,330 to $1,870 – and if you are going to buy a 2017 F250 Platinum, you will pay at least $5,000 more than you would have for a 2016 truck with the same features.(More on Page 2)
This layout, with the XL, XLT, Lariat and King Ranch models seeing smaller price increases while the Platinum model increases by a much larger amount, continues into the F350 models as well. The F350 XL increase ranges from $425 to $540, the XLT increase ranges from $645 to $760 and the Lariat increase ranges from $585 to $700. The F350 King Ranch price increases by $1,605 to $1,720 depending on the trimline and the F350 Platinum pricing jumps by the largest amount – from $5,345 to $5,740.
Finally, while the 2017 Ford F450 is only offered with the PowerStroke diesel engine and four wheel drive, it sees a similar price increase to the smaller Super Duty trucks. The new F450 XL increases by $885, the F450 XLT increases by $1,190, the F450 Lariat is up $975, the F450 King Ranch climbs $2,060 and the F450 Platinum has the biggest price hike of the Super Duty lineup – costing buyers at least $5,805 more than last year.