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With the truck world anticipating the unveiling of the new GM Full-Sized trucks today, Ford has announced a few changes of their own with the 2007 Ford F-150. For starters, Ford is lowering the MSRP of the 2007 F-150 by as much as $1,400 across the model lineup. For the popular SuperCrew models, prices will be dropped by $949. Prices including destination will now begin at $19,120 for the F-150 XL Regular Cab 4×2 and range up to $39,565 for the F-150 Lariat King Ranch SuperCrew 4×4.
Ford is also introducing two new F-150 models for 2007, including the FX2 Sport which will start at $29,470 and the new Harley-Davidson SuperCrew which will be unveiled at the 66th Annual Sturgis Rally on August 7th. The FX2 Sport features a few visual changes such as a dark finished billet grille, clear headlamps with platinum bezels, and a new front valance. Ford also gave the FX2 Sport a monochromatic paint scheme, unique 18-inch wheels, and chrome exhaust tips.
Probably the most surprising news for the 2007 Ford F-150 is the new towing capacity. With the automotive world ready to hear GM announce today that the new GMT-900 trucks will have the highest towing capacity of any half-tons with their 10,500lb tow rating, Ford has announced the 2007 F-150 will have a 10,500lb tow rating as well! Look for a complete story and specifications on the new GMT-900 trucks later today!