The 2021 Ford F-350 has seven different trims running from the base XL to the fully-loaded Limited. Choosing your F-350 with the 6.7-liter Power Stroke V-8 Turbo Diesel will increase the MSRP of the model you choose by $10,495. Therefore, the F-350 XL’s base MSRP will increase from $35,745 to $46,240 by adding the Turbo Diesel. The F-350 XL comes with the basic SYNC infotainment system, a standard audio system, black vinyl floor coverings, and vinyl seats.
If you upgrade to the XLT trim, your MSRP will be $51,115. This will add the more advanced SYNC 3 infotainment system, a premium audio system, color-coordinated carpeting, and cloth seats. The Lariat trim adds more premium features like a B&O sound system and front leather seats for an MSRP of $59,230 with the diesel engine. The F-350 King Ranch takes a very Western approach to the Super Duty truck with premium leather seats bearing the King Ranch logo. It also has a charging pad for your devices. The F-350 King Ranch has an MSRP of $71,605 when diesel is chosen.
The F-350 Platinum adds a heated leather steering wheel, leather seats, and rain-sensing windshield wipers. This trim with a diesel engine has an MSRP of $76,020. The top trim is the 2021 F-350 Limited with an MSRP of $85,365. The Turbo Diesel is standard on the Limited, as are the Ultimate Trailer Tow Camera System, the entire lineup of active safety systems under the Ford Co-Pilot 360 Technology system, two-tone leather seats, and a universal garage door opener.
The 2021 Ford F-350 XL and XLT are available with Regular Cab, Super Cab, and Crew Cab configurations. The F-350 Lariat is available as either Crew Cab or Super Cab. The King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited trims are Crew Cab only.
Ford has equipped the 2021 Ford F-350 with many standard safety features, including a tire pressure monitoring system, tailgate-mounted rear view camera, and automatic high beams, all as part of the Ford Co-Pilot 360 system. The 2021 F-350 Limited has the entire complement of Ford Co-Pilot active safety features. These include a rearview camera-center high-mounted stop lamp camera, the blind spot information system with cross-traffic alert and trailer coverage, and adaptive cruise control with forward collision warning and brake support. You will also have pre-collision assist with automatic emergency braking and forward collision warning, adaptive steering, reverse sensing system, a 180/360-degree camera to improve coverage, and lane-keeping alert.
Ford has pulled out the stops on its 2021 Ford F-350 diesel truck when it comes to infotainment. The base XL features the SYNC system with a touchscreen and a four-speaker stereo system on Regular Cab models that increases to 6 speakers on Super Cab and Crew Cab F-350 trucks. The F-350 XLT has the SYNC 3 system on an 8-inch color touchscreen that includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, SiriusXM satellite radio, and Bluetooth connectivity. The XLT also has a premium stereo system with 5 speakers on Regular Cab models and 7 speakers on Super Crew and Crew Cabs.
The F-350 Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited trims add a premium Bang & Olufsen audio system with 10-speakers and a subwoofer. The King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited models also have a standard navigation system with SiriusXM Traffic and Travel Link. This will allow you to locate areas of interest and get real-time updates on traffic and weather to get to your destination in an efficient and timely manner.