With a panoramic sunroof and massaging seats, this will be the nicest rig in your fleet.
As pickup trucks have become more than just a tool for a job, they’ve received more features and heftier price tags. The modern luxe-truck features an interior that would rival premium interiors from a decade ago and bear a price that challenges luxury cars today. Of course, trucks have managed to stay south of six-digit price tags — that is, until the Ford F-450 Super Duty Limited.
The ultra-luxe truck features a standard 360-degree camera, adaptive steering, adaptive cruise control, LED headlights, heated and ventilated leather front seats and a panoramic sunroof. In standard trim, the F-450 Super Duty Limited starts at $87,100. The cheaper, and smaller, F-250 Super Duty Premium starts at $80,835, with the F-350 serving the middle rung at $82,100.
Springing for options like the massaging seats and other luxe accoutrements will drive the F-450 Super Duty limited to its loaded sticker price: $94,455. Add taxes and licensing fees, and you’re looking at over $100,000 worth of 6.7-liter Powerstroke diesel-powered rolling luxury.
Ford isn’t the only company pushing out a super-luxe pickup; Ram and Chevy both offer comfortable cruisers that can also tow, but right now, it holds the title for the most expensive. You’ll be able to snag one of these rigs this winter if your pocketbook allows it.