- Ford has announced pricing for the 2023 F-150 pickup’s new Rattler and Heritage Edition packages.
- The Rattler is an off-road upgrade for the base XL trim level, and it costs $1810.
- The Heritage Edition has a two-tone paint scheme and costs $5645 on top of the XLT.
The Ford F-150’s new electric Lightning variant may be getting all the attention, but the conventional pickup lineup is getting some additional options for 2023, too. We now know how much the Rattler off-road package and the Heritage Edition cost on top of the 2023 F-150’s bottom line.
The Rattler is pitched as a budget version of the Tremor and FX4 off-road packages, and its price of $1810 fits with that mission. It’s offered only on four-wheel-drive versions of the base XL trim level, although not with the regular cab. The package itself is $1495 but it requires the addition of a $315 trailer hitch. It includes an electronic locking rear differential, hill descent control, skid plates, all-terrain tires, and different suspension tuning.
The Heritage Edition is more of an appearance package, and it requires a $5645 outlay on top of the XLT trim level. A two-tone paint scheme is offered in five color combinations, and there are some commemorative graphics inside for the truck’s 75th anniversary. The package alone is $1975 but it also comes with the 302A High equipment package, which adds all manner of equipment including a larger touchscreen and power-adjustable front seats. Standalone options such as the fold-out work surface, an extra power outlet, and a trailer hitch also come onboard when you choose the Heritage Edition.
Orders are open now for both versions of the F-150, and they should arrive at dealerships starting this fall.