Good news: It's just a bit higher than before.
When the next-generation Ford F-150 was revealed last June, there are a couple of things missing from America's best-selling pickup truck. First, the Raptor was nowhere to be found, though we know that the specialized version of the F-150 usually comes late to the game.
Another thing missing was the FX4 off-road performance package, which comes as a $905 option for the outgoing F-150. Many were speculating about its pricing for the 2021 model year, and one of the first reports about it just came out, courtesy of The Fast Lane Truck.
Gallery: 2021 Ford F-150
According to the publication's sources – which is a Ford dealer – the FX4 off-road package for the 2021 F-150 will cost $1,005. This means that the package will be a bit pricier than before, but would be relatively affordable for those who want extra for the full-size truck.
We have yet to know whether the said pricing will prove true once the ordering starts for the new F-150. One question remains, though: will it be available for the hybrid option? Again, that remains to be seen.
Ever since 2002, Ford fans have been enjoying the option of adding an FX4 off-road package into their F-150 purchase. The said package adds an appeal to the top-selling truck – not only in aesthetics but in tried and true off-roading capabilities as well.
In the meantime, it's good to know that the FX4 is making a comeback for the new-generation F-150. What we need to know now is whether the new truck is as capable as the old one, but as it stands, that won't be a surprise.