A Ford authority Stool pigeon alerted the outlet of the 2023 F-150 Heritage Edition package price: $ 1,975. The appearance package is designed to celebrate 75 years of F-Series pickups, paying homage to the two-tone paint offerings of the 70s and 80s. Each Heritage Edition gets a two-tone paint in three layers: a primary color along the center and contrasting colors on the roof and pillars, then again on the bumpers and lower body. And all Heritage Editions feature exclusive inserts in the seat covers, embossing on the center console lid with “From 1948 F-Series Heritage Edition” lettering, a white “75 Years” logo on the windshield and a Heritage Edition animation on the infotainment screen at startup.
However, it’s not as easy as throwing an extra 20 Benjamin at next year’s truck price. The Heritage Edition can only be purchased on the XLT SuperCrew set-up with the 5.5-foot bed. The package also requires the choice of the XLT High Equipment Group, which gets upgrades such as the XLT Chrome Appearance package, SYNC4, an auto dimming rearview mirror, heated and multi-adjustable front seats, and remote start. does states that the Heritage Edition will not be offered with the base 3.3-liter V6 or the high-end 3.5-liter EcoBoost and the 3.5-liter PowerBoost Hybrid, which means spending more money on the V6 EcoBoost 2.7-liter or for the 5.0-liter V8. It is also necessary to optionally the Sport Appearance Package which adds features such as 20-inch wheels and footboards on the outside, USB ports and console pass-through on the inside.
Doing all of this on a base 2022 F-150 XLT SuperCrew 4×2 means adding $ 5,705 in options, turning a $ 46,460 truck into a $ 52,265 truck when you go with the less expensive 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6. We still don’t know the price of the 2023 F-150, nor how Ford will combine the discounts on the Heritage Edition package. But expecting next year’s special edition to add $ 6,000 to the price instead of $ 1,975 is probably a good place to start.