HOT! 4% Under Invoice on 2024 F-150 Tremor Order

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2024 F-150 Order Bank open date is just announced as September 14th, 2023. A few highlights on information
  • Production starts in January and will run through November for a total of 11 months of 2024 Production
  • Refreshed body style as you've seen via leaks online
  • Tremor trim level will only be 6% of overall production (this has been our fastest turning trim and at 6% it won't be oversupplied).
  • Platinum Trim will be 4% of overall production
  • 2.7L Ecoboost is now the standard engine rather than the 3.3L naturally aspirated V6.
  • There will be an added emphasis on the Powerboost Hybrid and Ford has put heavier factory discounts on these engines (I would imagine this is because of CAFE standards).
  • Ordering complexity reduction is an area of emphasis, so less options, more standard features and packaged content rather than individual options will be more prevalent.
  • Build and Price should be available on September 14th when order banks open.
I will post the 2024 F-150 Order guide up on this thread when it is available.

We will be increasing our discount to 4% under invoice on 2024 Model Year trucks on a new order.

If you are interested in an order please email [email protected] for a quote.

  • $180 Documentation Fee
  • $1000 non-refundable deposit at the time of order
  • No Dealers
  • We do not sell to Montana LLCs
  • $45 in-transit title Fee
  • Price protection on the order date, the price you see at order will be the price you pay.
  • No strings attached (finance, Trade-in, Mandatory add-ons, etc.)
Thanks!

Zach
 
Will official renders or real photos be available on the 14th then? Any color option changes?
 
Hi,
1. For 2023, the tremor package was not available with the hybrid. So will this change in 2024?
2. I am in California, can I still buy ( I will fly to Iowa and drive back)
3. I see for 2023 ford had 0% or 0.9% APR offers. Is there any finance offer on the tremor?
 
Hi,
1. For 2023, the tremor package was not available with the hybrid. So will this change in 2024?
2. I am in California, can I still buy ( I will fly to Iowa and drive back)
3. I see for 2023 ford had 0% or 0.9% APR offers. Is there any finance offer on the tremor?
We'll know when the order guide comes out.

Yes, you can buy from California no issues.

2023 incentives do not apply for the Tremor, we won't know for certain until the vehicles start arriving on dealer lots, but I wouldn't anticipate that changing for 2024.
 
I have been super happy with my 22 tremor but looked at 23 models recently as I was curious. I saw that they come without heated steering wheels and no bed cameras and maybe some other stuff missing. Are we anticipating the same for 2024 models?
 
I have been super happy with my 22 tremor but looked at 23 models recently as I was curious. I saw that they come without heated steering wheels and no bed cameras and maybe some other stuff missing. Are we anticipating the same for 2024 models?
Ford says they removed 2400 parts from the 24 model, so who knows if that is mostly order combinations or accessories?
 
I have been super happy with my 22 tremor but looked at 23 models recently as I was curious. I saw that they come without heated steering wheels and no bed cameras and maybe some other stuff missing. Are we anticipating the same for 2024 models?
I'm not sure, but the hope is that all stuff is back.
 
Looks like most of the details were posted up last night.

I'm curious what you guys think of the changes to the 24 tremors?
 
Glad there are still some good dealers around. Not many in my area.
I think Granger got it right, there will not be many 2024 Tremors built - high package pushing $80K WOW.
But banking on the base work truck, more electronics and I think that will be tougher (for some) to go with the 2.7 eco. maybe more V8. I love my 2022 F150 Tremor 3.5Eco. and defintely going to wait this refresh out and hold on a few more years.
 
New features look really cool but I'm happy with my 2022 especially the price I paid for it haha .... will have to wait to see how pricing goes but I will probably be sticking with my 22 tremor for now. That being said we may want to trade our 23 telluride for a bronco depending on new pricing etc.
 
Looks like most of the details were posted up last night.

I'm curious what you guys think of the changes to the 24 tremors?
I was hoping that the hybrid came to Tremor.

But then I do see that now the base Tremor has good stuff like 360 with no packages needed. But holy hell, 10,000$ 401 package is nuts!
 
Looks like Ford will force people who are considering the Tremor to actually purchase options in a package that one doesn’t really want or even need.

$10K for the 402A package that no longer includes the LED projector headlights with Dynamic bending is just another slap in the customers face.
 
Looks like most of the details were posted up last night.

I'm curious what you guys think of the changes to the 24 tremors?
I’m not crazy about the grill but, perhaps it’ll grown on me.

Also, I definitely hate the changes to the 402A package.
 
I’m not crazy about the grill but, perhaps it’ll grown on me.

Also, I definitely hate the changes to the 402A package.
I like the HUD. That's about all I considered missing. I kind of like the front more than I expected. Adding just a moonroof and the lighted emblem puts the price over $79k. If I have to pay that much, I think I'd go with an Expedition Stealth performance package instead. I'm also interested in the 24 Nautilus. That won't be for at least a year though.
 
Looks like most of the details were posted up last night.

I'm curious what you guys think of the changes to the 24 tremors?

My favorite thing is the $3,000 increase for less truck. I'm not going to go into the detail on the abortion job of the configurator but if you want a base Tremor and just have a garage door opener added it should not cost you $11,000 in options you don't want.
 
My favorite thing is the $3,000 increase for less truck. I'm not going to go into the detail on the abortion job of the configurator but if you want a base Tremor and just have a garage door opener added it should not cost you $11,000 in options you don't want.
That $11k gets you a 402A. that's the whole problem. Stand alone options are VERY limited. For me, I'd have to pay nearly $9k more to get what I want. I chose everything but BlueCruise and Torsen on the 22 and I'd be paying extra for those when I don't want them.
 

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