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Have we received confirmation that Blues Clues will be offered on the XLT? In the sheet it's listed as such.
The Tech Specs are the most reliable information we have so far.
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How annoying is the nag to put your hands on the wheel? My wife has a Pilot and the LKAS in there is both terrible and annoying.
I don't find it that annoying most of the time but definitely am looking forward to the Blue Cruise update on my Mach E for long drives. With that update scheduled for Q3 of this year, we'll have lots of folks (including me) trying it out on Mach Es before Lightning ordering starts.
 

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so looking at this chart, if you do the Lariat (67474) and add in the ER battery (7k), Ford Copilot 360 etc (1825), and Tow Tech package (1495). If you add all of that up, you will be at 77794, which is 1680 less than Lariat +.. Might as well order the lariat and add the packages to get to a +, with a little more coin in pocket. I also plan on the power steps as well....

I *think* stepping from Lariat to Lariat+ also gets you a panoramic sunroof, which is where the extra $1680 comes from....
 

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The spreadsheet is very helpful ChasingCoral. Is anyone else very disappointed that the extended range is not available to the public on the Pro? I have a hard time paying an extra $10,000 for the XLT just so I can get the extended battery pack. Further, if I have to shell out $10,000 more for the XLT, at least let me have the option to upgrade to the 15.5" screen. The lack of the bigger screen as an option on the Pro and XLT is something I hope Ford will reconsider, not to mention the extended range on the Pro. This is likely a deal breaker for me.
 

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The spreadsheet is very helpful ChasingCoral. Is anyone else very disappointed that the extended range is not available to the public on the Pro? I have a hard time paying an extra $10,000 for the XLT just so I can get the extended battery pack. Further, if I have to shell out $10,000 more for the XLT, at least let me have the option to upgrade to the 15.5" screen. The lack of the bigger screen as an option on the Pro and XLT is something I hope Ford will reconsider, not to mention the extended range on the Pro. This is likely a deal breaker for me.
The Pro with extended range battery is what attracted me as well. The larger screen is not that big of a deal to me. Have to see the actual pricing to determine if the Lightning still makes sense.
 

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this was very helpful. thank you
 

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Today I spent time looking at the price difference between each trim level as ChasingCoral detailed in the spreadsheet. I feel like I must be missing something as I compare the Lariat to the Lariat Premium.

If I want the extended battery, tow tech package, max tow package and co-pilot 360 active, it appears there is only a $1,680 difference between the Lariat and the Lariat Premium by the time I add these features to the Lariat.

I acknowledge that not everyone wants these extras, but this seems to be the best bang for the buck if you are. Here is the breakdown as I calculate it:
ProXLTXLT Prem.LariatLariat Prem.Platinum
MSRP$ 39,974.00$ 52,974.00$ 56,774.00$ 67,474.00$ 79,474.00$ 89,874.00
Extend Range$ 10,000.00$ 7,000.00$ 7,000.00$ 7,000.00$ -$ -
Price w/Ext. Range$ 49,974.00$ 59,974.00$ 63,774.00$ 74,474.00$ 79,474.00$ 96,874.00
Tow Tech Package$ 1,948.00$ 1,495.00$ 1,495.00$ 1,495.00includedincluded
Max Tow Package$ 865.00$ 865.00$ 865.00$ 865.00$ 865.00included
Co-Pilot 360 ActiveN/AN/A$ 1,825.00$ 1,825.00includedincluded
Price before tax Credit$ 52,787.00$ 62,334.00$ 67,959.00$ 78,659.00$ 80,339.00$ 96,874.00
Tax Credit$ (8,500.00)$ (8,500.00)$ (8,500.00)$ (8,500.00)$ (8,500.00)$ (8,500.00)
Total Price$ 44,287.00$ 53,834.00$ 59,459.00$ 70,159.00$ 71,839.00$ 81,374.00
Difference between next
upgraded package
$ 9,547.00$ 5,625.00$ 10,700.00$ 1,680.00$ 9,535.00

Please let me know if I am missing something. Otherwise, I may just do the Lariat Premium. (FYI, my local utility company provides an extra $1,000 credit for EV so the tax credit is $8,500 for me.)
 

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Today I spent time looking at the price difference between each trim level as ChasingCoral detailed in the spreadsheet. I feel like I must be missing something as I compare the Lariat to the Lariat Premium.

If I want the extended battery, tow tech package, max tow package and co-pilot 360 active, it appears there is only a $1,680 difference between the Lariat and the Lariat Premium by the time I add these features to the Lariat.

I acknowledge that not everyone wants these extras, but this seems to be the best bang for the buck if you are. Here is the breakdown as I calculate it:
ProXLTXLT Prem.LariatLariat Prem.Platinum
MSRP$ 39,974.00$ 52,974.00$ 56,774.00$ 67,474.00$ 79,474.00$ 89,874.00
Extend Range$ 10,000.00$ 7,000.00$ 7,000.00$ 7,000.00$ -$ -
Price w/Ext. Range$ 49,974.00$ 59,974.00$ 63,774.00$ 74,474.00$ 79,474.00$ 96,874.00
Tow Tech Package$ 1,948.00$ 1,495.00$ 1,495.00$ 1,495.00includedincluded
Max Tow Package$ 865.00$ 865.00$ 865.00$ 865.00$ 865.00included
Co-Pilot 360 ActiveN/AN/A$ 1,825.00$ 1,825.00includedincluded
Price before tax Credit$ 52,787.00$ 62,334.00$ 67,959.00$ 78,659.00$ 80,339.00$ 96,874.00
Tax Credit$ (8,500.00)$ (8,500.00)$ (8,500.00)$ (8,500.00)$ (8,500.00)$ (8,500.00)
Total Price$ 44,287.00$ 53,834.00$ 59,459.00$ 70,159.00$ 71,839.00$ 81,374.00
Difference between next
upgraded package
$ 9,547.00$ 5,625.00$ 10,700.00$ 1,680.00$ 9,535.00

Please let me know if I am missing something. Otherwise, I may just do the Lariat Premium. (FYI, my local utility company provides an extra $1,000 credit for EV so the tax credit is $8,500 for me.)
FWIW, as mentioned earlier....I *think* the Lariat Premium comes with the panoramic sunroof whereas the Lariat(non premium) does not. I think that is where the $1680 difference lies. Also note that you must have at least Lariat to get Blue Cruise-- I think std adaptive is on XLT, BC(hands free) on Lariat and above.

This is extremely helpful, thanks.
 

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Today I spent time looking at the price difference between each trim level as ChasingCoral detailed in the spreadsheet. I feel like I must be missing something as I compare the Lariat to the Lariat Premium.

If I want the extended battery, tow tech package, max tow package and co-pilot 360 active, it appears there is only a $1,680 difference between the Lariat and the Lariat Premium by the time I add these features to the Lariat.

I acknowledge that not everyone wants these extras, but this seems to be the best bang for the buck if you are. Here is the breakdown as I calculate it:
ProXLTXLT Prem.LariatLariat Prem.Platinum
MSRP$ 39,974.00$ 52,974.00$ 56,774.00$ 67,474.00$ 79,474.00$ 89,874.00
Extend Range$ 10,000.00$ 7,000.00$ 7,000.00$ 7,000.00$ -$ -
Price w/Ext. Range$ 49,974.00$ 59,974.00$ 63,774.00$ 74,474.00$ 79,474.00$ 96,874.00
Tow Tech Package$ 1,948.00$ 1,495.00$ 1,495.00$ 1,495.00includedincluded
Max Tow Package$ 865.00$ 865.00$ 865.00$ 865.00$ 865.00included
Co-Pilot 360 ActiveN/AN/A$ 1,825.00$ 1,825.00includedincluded
Price before tax Credit$ 52,787.00$ 62,334.00$ 67,959.00$ 78,659.00$ 80,339.00$ 96,874.00
Tax Credit$ (8,500.00)$ (8,500.00)$ (8,500.00)$ (8,500.00)$ (8,500.00)$ (8,500.00)
Total Price$ 44,287.00$ 53,834.00$ 59,459.00$ 70,159.00$ 71,839.00$ 81,374.00
Difference between next
upgraded package
$ 9,547.00$ 5,625.00$ 10,700.00$ 1,680.00$ 9,535.00

Please let me know if I am missing something. Otherwise, I may just do the Lariat Premium. (FYI, my local utility company provides an extra $1,000 credit for EV so the tax credit is $8,500 for me.)
I'm trying to figure out why there is a 9.5k difference between the Lariat Premium and the Platinum. The Platinum has the 22" wheels to the LP 20". The Platinum has the B&O Unleashed. The premium seats are also included. The max-trailer tow package is included on the Platinum and optional on the LP. I'm finding it very difficult to see those four items total up to 9.5k. What am I missing?
 

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I'm trying to figure out why there is a 9.5k difference between the Lariat Premium and the Platinum. The Platinum has the 22" wheels to the LP 20". The Platinum has the B&O Unleashed. The premium seats are also included. The max-trailer tow package is included on the Platinum and optional on the LP. I'm finding it very difficult to see those four items total up to 9.5k. What am I missing?
I agree with you. I know it has nicer trim in the cabin too, but I don't see it either. Perhaps to some the vador black grill is worth it?! (By the way, there is an error in my spreadsheet, but it didn't translate to the final figure. The price with the extended range should be $89,874 for the Platinum, but subtracting $8,500 still equals the $81,374 as indicated. )
 

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The big lightning platinum front accents are bigger on the lightning, so there’s your 10k
 

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I'm trying to figure out why there is a 9.5k difference between the Lariat Premium and the Platinum. The Platinum has the 22" wheels to the LP 20". The Platinum has the B&O Unleashed. The premium seats are also included. The max-trailer tow package is included on the Platinum and optional on the LP. I'm finding it very difficult to see those four items total up to 9.5k. What am I missing?
Probably just about the bragging rights.
 

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The Tech Specs are the most reliable information we have so far.
@ChasingCoral awesome sheet. Quick question - The tech specs don't have Blue Cruise (Co-Pilot 360 Active) listed on XLT...where did you find out about it for your sheet?
 

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Today I spent time looking at the price difference between each trim level as ChasingCoral detailed in the spreadsheet. I feel like I must be missing something as I compare the Lariat to the Lariat Premium.

If I want the extended battery, tow tech package, max tow package and co-pilot 360 active, it appears there is only a $1,680 difference between the Lariat and the Lariat Premium by the time I add these features to the Lariat.

I acknowledge that not everyone wants these extras, but this seems to be the best bang for the buck if you are. Here is the breakdown as I calculate it:
ProXLTXLT Prem.LariatLariat Prem.Platinum
MSRP$ 39,974.00$ 52,974.00$ 56,774.00$ 67,474.00$ 79,474.00$ 89,874.00
Extend Range$ 10,000.00$ 7,000.00$ 7,000.00$ 7,000.00$ -$ -
Price w/Ext. Range$ 49,974.00$ 59,974.00$ 63,774.00$ 74,474.00$ 79,474.00$ 96,874.00
Tow Tech Package$ 1,948.00$ 1,495.00$ 1,495.00$ 1,495.00includedincluded
Max Tow Package$ 865.00$ 865.00$ 865.00$ 865.00$ 865.00included
Co-Pilot 360 ActiveN/AN/A$ 1,825.00$ 1,825.00includedincluded
Price before tax Credit$ 52,787.00$ 62,334.00$ 67,959.00$ 78,659.00$ 80,339.00$ 96,874.00
Tax Credit$ (8,500.00)$ (8,500.00)$ (8,500.00)$ (8,500.00)$ (8,500.00)$ (8,500.00)
Total Price$ 44,287.00$ 53,834.00$ 59,459.00$ 70,159.00$ 71,839.00$ 81,374.00
Difference between next
upgraded package
$ 9,547.00$ 5,625.00$ 10,700.00$ 1,680.00$ 9,535.00

Please let me know if I am missing something. Otherwise, I may just do the Lariat Premium. (FYI, my local utility company provides an extra $1,000 credit for EV so the tax credit is $8,500 for me.)
According to Ford's website, the pro has copilot 360 standard equipment.

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@ChasingCoral awesome sheet. Quick question - The tech specs don't have Blue Cruise (Co-Pilot 360 Active) listed on XLT...where did you find out about it for your sheet?
That sheet was all based on the survey, so take it with a grain of salt.
 
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