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2024 F-150 Order Bank open date is just announced as September 14th, 2023. A few highlights on information
  • Production starts in January and will run through November for a total of 11 months of 2024 Production
  • Refreshed body style as you've seen via leaks online
  • Tremor trim level will only be 6% of overall production (this has been our fastest turning trim and at 6% it won't be oversupplied).
  • Platinum Trim will be 4% of overall production
  • 2.7L Ecoboost is now the standard engine rather than the 3.3L naturally aspirated V6.
  • There will be an added emphasis on the Powerboost Hybrid and Ford has put heavier factory discounts on these engines (I would imagine this is because of CAFE standards).
  • Ordering complexity reduction is an area of emphasis, so less options, more standard features and packaged content rather than individual options will be more prevalent.
  • Build and Price should be available on September 14th when order banks open.
I will post the 2024 F-150 Order guide up on this thread when it is available.

We will be increasing our discount to 4% under invoice on 2024 Model Year trucks on a new order.

If you are interested in an order please email [email protected] for a quote.

  • $180 Documentation Fee
  • $1000 non-refundable deposit at the time of order
  • No Dealers
  • We do not sell to Montana LLCs
  • $45 in-transit title Fee
  • Price protection on the order date, the price you see at order will be the price you pay.
  • No strings attached (finance, Trade-in, Mandatory add-ons, etc.)
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Nice to see the 2.7 is standard now! That’s been a long time coming. Was a bit disappointed to see the new hybrid is just another version of the 3.5 EcoBoost. I thought a 5.0 V8 hybrid would have been cool. From what I’ve found Ford tested the V8 hybrid for the Mustang but found the 5.0’s horsepower curve was too aggressive to mate with an electric motor, and the extra weight of the hybrid components just hurt performance vs creating a stronger ICE only 5.0- so that’s the route they took.
 
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Great to see Granger continuing their outstanding business model for 2024.

I've raved about it before and will continue to share that my purchase experience with Granger Ford was The Best in my long vehicle buying life.

I'm convinced that the entire Granger corporate culture from top-to-bottom is 100% oriented to customer satisfaction. Absolutely zero games, they simply deliver on their representations.

Nope, Granger can't control what Ford Corporate represents, changes, or delivers (though Granger will do all in their power as a dealer to 'make it right').

Order with confidence from Granger Ford! (y)
 
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Nice to see the 2.7 is standard now! That’s been a long time coming. Was a bit disappointed to see the new hybrid is just another version of the 3.5 EcoBoost. I thought a 5.0 V8 hybrid would have been cool. From what I’ve found Ford tested the V8 hybrid for the Mustang but found the 5.0’s horsepower curve was too aggressive to mate with an electric motor, and the extra weight of the hybrid components just hurt performance vs creating a stronger ICE only 5.0- so that’s the route they took.
I know ya like your 5.0, but the 3.5 makes more torque at all parts of the curve and that's what breaks shit. The suggestion that a 5.0 makes too much torque to insert an e-motor is laughable. Given the stock computer, it's got more than enough brains to blend the power as has been done for many years already in that stock the power is delivered with variable torque via sensor in the transmission. I've been following the progress of a channel on YT that's already blown up the 14th gen 5.0 twice.
 

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What new hybrid? Is there now a Powerboost like mine and a different F-150 hybrid?

Perhaps Ford is just willing to actually call it a hybrid now lol. Their marketing dept. was concerned us knuckle draggin' 'mericans wouldn't spend hard earned money for some mamby pamby hybrid nonsense...

Either way, your aggressive horsepower curve is still staring at my tail lights as I pull away. ;)

You can tell me all about how it really pulled hard past 7000rpm once you get to the next light and catch back up with me.
What I want it to be is a PHEV, however, I have to look at ford's performance overall and at this point I'm guessing at best we'll see the larger e-motor put in and maybe a 2.5x bump in battery size.

Even if they do PHEV, it'll be just large enough to tap the rebate which requires a 14kWh size instead of something more usable like 20kWh. The motor will also probably be the said larger one, which really isn't enough for electric only operation. That might be decently achievable around ~110kW motor, though a 125 size would be a better realistic target. The issue w/ the 70kW motor is that it's not really powerful enough for a electric only operation, but it is powerful enough to constantly cycle the ICE which I'm not the least bit fond of.
 

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And will Ford be dropping the rates as well?
 

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I know I’ve downplayed the Aviator, but would that 3.0 PHEV powertrain work in an F-150? Would it need more HVB and traction power to make up for the ICE power reduction in a half ton pickup platform?
It doesn't need the 3.0. Not sure if ford's engine selection is to keep plants making parts. The PB's bellhousing is a few inches longer to account for the e-motor, and the larger unit of the aviator is I believe another 2" longer than that. I'd expect the bellhousing alone to transfer over with the larger motor, but keep the 3.5. It's higher voltage and twice the power so the battery would need to jump to ~4kWh to keep pace with its additional power / voltage requirements.

The aviator is PHEV, but still relies on the ICE a lot. Ford should have just used that motor in the first place. The 35kW would have been better for a smaller vehicle. I mean my decently optioned 302a weighs 5900lbs without me in it.
 

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What new hybrid? Is there now a Powerboost like mine and a different F-150 hybrid?

Perhaps Ford is just willing to actually call it a hybrid now lol. Their marketing dept. was concerned us knuckle draggin' 'mericans wouldn't spend hard earned money for some mamby pamby hybrid nonsense...

Either way, your aggressive horsepower curve is still staring at my tail lights as I pull away. ;)

You can tell me all about how it really pulled hard past 7000rpm once you get to the next light and catch back up with me.
Yes, from my understanding engines are now 2.7, 5.0, 3.5 regular, 3.5 PowerBoost, and 3.5 PHEV. My SuperCab 5.0 would blow the doors off a super crew PowerBoost, same with a 2.7 SuperCab vs the PowerBoost. SuperCab is an extremely light configuration and is a rocket ship. 4,800 pounds vs 5,700 pounds.
 
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I know ya like your 5.0, but the 3.5 makes more torque at all parts of the curve and that's what breaks shit. The suggestion that a 5.0 makes too much torque to insert an e-motor is laughable. Given the stock computer, it's got more than enough brains to blend the power as has been done for many years already in that stock the power is delivered with variable torque via sensor in the transmission. I've been following the progress of a channel on YT that's already blown up the 14th gen 5.0 twice.
They tested it in the Mustang and deemed it better to increase the 5.0’s power on its own. Hence we have a 4th gen 5.0 now instead of a 3rd gen hybrid package. In the Mustang the battery and e-motor just acted as a boat anchor and slowed the 5.0 down. Turns out 400 pounds of equipment for 50 extra horsepower of e-power just gets in the way of a 500 horsepower V8 in a coupe with the aggressive top end. Made no sense. Cool idea nonetheless.
 

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Hmmmmm

Blow the doors off.
I know it's a figure of speech, but that Powerboost ftlbs of torque per lb of weight VS whatever, will come out of the hole hard enough to hang on to it's doors. :)
 

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Hmmmmm

Blow the doors off.
I know it's a figure of speech, but that Powerboost ftlbs of torque per lb of weight VS whatever, will come out of the hole hard enough to hang on to it's doors. :)
He’s the one who said I’d see his tail lights, just stating that I in fact would not be seeing any tail-lights. Supposedly the 5.0 is getting a power bump to 420 horsepower, I’ll take that over nothing. Regular 3.5 and 2.7 are supposed to be unchanged and carry over. Nothing is confirmed but this is the stuff buzzing, we will see what happens at the auto show.

*IF* that’s true, the 5.0 will have a 20 horsepower advantage on the 3.5 again like it did from 2018-2020
 

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