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Used Ford F-150 Lightning At Florida Dealer Has $193,988 Price Tag

motor1.com logo motor1.com 24/06/2022 Christopher Smith

a car parked on the side of a road: 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Front View © Motor1.com Copyright 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Front View

It's more than double the starting MSRP of the F-150 Lightning Platinum.

As COVID-19 and the global microchip shortage press on through 2022, new and used vehicle inventories remain slim in many locations. Used vehicle prices are up, and many new cars are selling over MSRP. But what about a new vehicle that's technically a used car? In the case of this 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Platinum, it's advertised for $193,988 – more than $100,000 over its as-new base price of $90,874.

It's not a typo, either. Two dealership representatives at World Ford Pensacola confirmed pricing over the phone, explaining that the Lightning is in very high demand. The dealership purchased the truck from a broker, meaning it already had one owner which technically makes it a used vehicle. That's how it's listed on the website, showing 139 miles on the odometer and finished in Iced Blue Silver Metallic.

Ford F-150 Lightning Markup © Motor1.com Ford F-150 Lightning Markup

That's a no-charge color for the range-topping Platinum trim. Features like Ford's Co-Pilot360 and the B&O stereo are also standard with the Platinum truck. Barring dealer-installed options, a new Lightning Platinum's MSRP is $92,669 with destination charges added in. Of course, the rub is whether you'll be able to find Ford's new electric pickup for sale, as all 2022 models sold out before the truck reached dealerships. Still, with a figure approaching $200,000, this is certainly the priciest F-150 Lightning we've ever seen.

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Source: World Ford Pensacola

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