Ford F-150 one step closer to Australia as exports begin

Ford Australia has confirmed the first customer examples of its upcoming locally remanufactured F-150s have rolled off the US production line.

The company already has prototypes of the F-150 in Australia, with one spied at this weekend’s Finke Desert Race being used to haul the Ranger Raptor that’ll be tackling the tracks.

It’s a Lariat, which will be the uppermost of two trim levels to initially be available in Australia. It’s priced between $139,950 and $140,945 before on-roads depending on length, while the base XLT ranges from $106,950 and $107,945 before on-roads.

You can view a full breakdown of the range in our price and specs article.

The F-150 range arrives locally in the third quarter of 2023, and