F-150 SuperCrew Prices Begin at $26,755
DEARBORN, December 9, 1999 - The 2001 F-150 SuperCrew has been designed to add more versatility and innovation to the F-Series lineup by offering customers industry-leading seating capacity for six adult passengers without sacrificing work-truck capability. The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Prices for the 2001 F-150 SuperCrew range from $26,755 for the XLT 4x2 to $31,790 for the Lariat 4x4 (including destination and delivery charges).
"The new 2001 F-150 SuperCrew adds a new dimension to work and personal use trucks offering customers a one-of-a-kind combination," says Gurminder Bedi, Ford vice president, Fort Truck Vehicle Center. "Its four full doors and spacious rear seating make F-150 SuperCrew a true, full-function passenger vehicle."
SuperCrew is the only under-8500-pound gross vehicle weight (GVW) truck in its class with four full-size doors and a full rear passenger compartment. The F-150 SuperCrew for 2001 extends the range and appeal of Ford's best-selling F-Series family of trucks even further. Offered in both XLT and Lariat trim levels, the F-150 SuperCrew has been designed for consumers who want more interior space without compromising the functional capability and versatility of a full-size pickup. Its looks reflect the same muscular, aerodynamic stance and styling of the current F-150 Regular Cab and SuperCab models.
The F-150 SuperCrew is the same overall length as the 139-inch wheel base SuperCab model, which is an advantage when maneuvering in tight spaces like parking lots or garages. At the same time, it offers extra interior space, improving rear passenger comfort.
The new 2001 F-150 SuperCrew models will be built at the Kansas City Assembly Plant in Missouri, and will go on sale at Ford dealerships in early 2000. Suggested retail prices announced today are effective immediately.
Source: Ford Media Information Center