2014 Ford F-150 STX SuperCrew Aimed at First-Time Buyers


  • 2014 Ford F-150 STX SuperCrew Picture

    2014 Ford F-150 STX SuperCrew Picture

    The 2014 Ford F-150 STX SuperCrew adds another trim level to the F Series lineup. | August 29, 2013

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Just the Facts:
  • The 2014 Ford F-150 STX SuperCrew model, which starts at $34,240, is aimed at first-time buyers or value-oriented shoppers.
  • A new STX Sport package costs $980 and adds 20-inch machined aluminum painted wheels, a black grille, black running boards and unique box decals.
  • The F-150 STX SuperCrew slots in between the XL and XLT models.

DEARBORN, Michigan — The 2014 Ford F-150 STX SuperCrew model, which starts at $34,240, including a $1,095 destination charge, is aimed at first-time buyers or value-oriented shoppers. It goes on sale in the fall.

A new STX Sport package costs $980 and adds 20-inch machined aluminum painted wheels, a black grille, black running boards and unique box decals.

The F-150 STX SuperCrew four-door model slots in between the entry-level XL and uplevel XLT models. Ford has not yet posted 2014 F-150 pricing. The base 2013 Ford F-150 XL starts at $25,065, including a $995 destination charge.

"With the rapidly expanding full-size pickup market continuing to benefit from economic growth and replacement demand, price-conscious buyers are returning looking for an affordable truck with space, capability and style," said Doug Scott, Ford truck group marketing manager, in a statement. "Adding the Ford F-150 STX SuperCrew and the new STX Sport package to our 2014 lineup gives these truck shoppers more value-oriented F-150 models to consider."

The STX gets upgraded exterior and interior features, including cruise control, 17-inch machined aluminum wheels, air-conditioning and AM/FM stereo with single-CD player.

The Ford F-150 STX comes standard with a 302-horsepower 3.7-liter V6 engine. An STX 4x4 model with a 360-horsepower 5.0-liter V8 engine starts at $38,665, including shipping.

Edmunds says: Sales of the Ford F Series are hot. Ford stokes demand by giving truck buyers another choice to consider.

Comments

  • themandarin themandarin Posts:

    No thanks

  • reminder reminder Posts:

    Man, 40K is considered just above entry-level? I love trucks, but that's a lot of cabbage. Makes the cost of my house look down right cheap.

  • shatner shatner Posts:

    That would come in handy whenever I need some 4 foot long lumber.

  • major_zero_ major_zero_ Posts:

    My first new truck was '93 Chevy 1500 California Special (2wd, V6, Auto, Std cab, short bed). It cost less than $15,000. To me, that was a first-time buyer truck and very value oriented. This Ford is a supercrew and it probably has power windows and locks, which mine did not. Add inflation, but I still don't see how that adds up to another $20,000.

  • strangelove strangelove Posts:

    If you want a truck for first-time buyers, bring back the Ranger. $34k isnt' "first time" pricing.

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