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Best-riding F-150 out there, excellent performance, solid range


Towing anything demolishes range, charging speeds are only okay, serious price

Bottom Line

Electrifying America's best-selling vehicle is a big move, and the F-150 Lightning largely succeeds as a smooth, silent truck. But if you need to haul or tow regularly, gas is still king (for now).

Ford Significantly Slashes Prices Of F-150 Lightning In US And Canada

Ford’s F-150 Lightning prices are down, but still higher than what was initially announced in 2021.

The Ford F-150 Lighting is an impressive electric truck, but the model line’s rising pricing has put some off from buying. Ford has announced new reduced F-150 Lightning pricing for both the U.S. and Canada.

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2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Range Test Review

The 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning is a lot of things. A truck. An electric vehicle. And a party crasher.

When AutoGuide finally got a chance to test the all-electric version of the US and Canada’s best-selling vehicle on its home turf, of course we said yes. We had plans to put its towing and hauling capability to the test. The only problem: everyone’s already done that.

Then an opportunity presented itself. A local launch event for another pickup called for a multi-hour drive, a distance right around the Lightning’s quoted range. If most trucks are driven around hauling nothing but air, then wouldn’t this be a more relevant test?

That’s how I found myself putting over 500 miles (800 kilometers) on the F-150 Lightning. In the winter. In two days. I learned the Lightning is certainly roadtrip-able, but you’ll have to make a few compromises along the way.

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2022 Ford F-150 Lightning First Drive Review: The Game Has Changed

There’s no other way to say it: the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning is a line in the sand.

This is more than a big deal. This is America’s (and Canada’s) best-selling vehicle, overall, committing to the electric future. If that doesn’t signal which way the winds are blowing, nothing will.

Pickup truck buyers are a notoriously loyal bunch. Only a decade ago, the debut of an EcoBoost F-150 rankled traditionalists. Then a year ago, the hybrid truck moved the game on again. An all-electric pickup needs to satisfy the specific needs of truck folks, without sacrifice. After two days with the Lightning in San Antonio, I’m happy to report it’s more than up to the task.

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Ford F-150 Lightning vs Rivian R1T: Which Electric Pickup Truck is Right for You?

More shoppers than ever are considering in an Electric Vehicle (EV) for their next purchase. And an increasing number of all-electric models are coming to market to fight for their hard-earned dollars.

The Ford F-150 Lightning and Rivian R1T are two of the most commonly-searched electric pickup models in 2022. The F-150 Lightning comes to market as an electrified version of the popular F-150, and the R1T representing the first dedicated all-electric pickup truck to come to market.

Both models provide shoppers an all-electric access to a functional pickup truck experience. They come complete with the latest tech, features, and engineering each automaker has to offer.

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Detailed Specs


$49,995 - $91,995


Dual Motor


462–580 hp


775 lb-ft




Single-Speed Automatic


73–78 MPGe / 60–63 MPGe

Cargo Capacity

52.8 cu ft + 14.1 cu ft

Our Final Verdict

Ford F-150 Lightning



Quality and Styling8.0
Value6.0 Staff Staff

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