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Pardon my ignorance, but what are the big things you have to give up when going with an XLT?


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That is a difficult question to answer. As stated by other posters you can add features to each trim line, and it get's really convoluted. I am sure there is a guide to that, but I have no idea.
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Pardon my ignorance, but what are the big things you have to give up when going with an XLT?


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I think the few things you lose are leather seats and the led instrument cluster in between the tach and speedometer. Most other things can be added.


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I paid $48,500 out the door for my F350XL from Ted Britt in Fairfax, VA. That's as much as the dealers up here in CT wanted for a comparable gas powered truck. The difference made it well worth a train ride there and a day's drive back to get it. I'm still smiling a month and a half later when I start her up!
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Pardon my ignorance, but what are the big things you have to give up when going with an XLT?

Here's a list of stuff that is standard on the Lariat that you'd give up with the XLT. Some of them are available as options on the XLT but I'll leave it up to you as to whether or not they're "big things"!


All XLT content, plus:
MECHANICAL
● Electronic-Shift-On-the-Fly (ESOF) (4x4
only)
EXTERIOR
● 5" chrome tubular step bar (F-350
DRW/F-450)
● Fog Lamps
● Grille – two (2) bar, chrome (jncludes
chrome inserts)
● Handles – body-color, door, tailgate
● Wheels
— F-250/F-350 SRW – 18" Bright
Machined Cast Aluminum w/bright
hub covers/center ornaments
— F-350 DRW – 17" Forged Polished
Aluminum w/bright hub
covers/center ornaments
INTERIOR/COMFORT
● 8" LCD Productivity Screen: includes
menus for Gauge Setup, Trip Computer,
Fuel Economy and Towing/Off-Road
applications
● 110V/400W outlets; one (1) dash
mounted and one (1) in rear console
● Air conditioning – Dual-Zone Electronic
Automatic Temperature Control
(DEATC)
● Air conditioning vents – silver metallic
with chrome ring
● Door-trim – soft armrest grab handle,
power window/lock switches and
reflector; front map pockets on
SuperCab; front and rear map pockets
on Crew Cab
● Power-Adjustable Pedals
● Seats, Front
— Leather seating surfaces
40/Console/40
— 10-way power driver & frontpassenger
seats (six-way poweradjustable-track,
two-way power
recline and two-way power lumbar)
● Seats, Rear
— Armrest with cupholders (Crew
Cab)
● Steering Wheel – leather-wrapped, colorcoordinated
with five (5) button control
● Sun visors – color-coordinated cloth;
both driver and passenger w/covered
illuminated visor vanity mirrors
● Window – rear, power-sliding with
privacy glass and defrost
SAFETY/SECURITY
● Advanced Security Pack
● Mirrors – Power-folding, PowerScope®
Telescoping, Power Glass Trailer Tow
Mirrors with Heat, Turn Signal, HighIntensity
LED Security Approach Lamps,
Utility Lighting System (LED Sidemirror
Spotlights
● Mirror – rearview, electrochromic selfdimming

● SecuriCode™ keyless entry keypad
DRIVER ASSIST
● Autolock, Auto unlock, AutoLamp (Auto
On/Off Headlamps)
● Reverse Sensing System
● SYNC® 3
— Enhanced Voice Recognition
Communications and Entertainment
System
— 8" LCD Capacitive Touchscreen in
Center Stack with Swipe Capabillity
— Pinch-to-Zoom capability included
with available Voice-Activated
Touchscreen Navigation System
— AppLink®
— 911 Assist®
— Apple CarPlay™ and Android
Auto™
— Smart-Charging USB Ports – two
(2)
Note: SYNC® Applink® lets you
control some of your favorite
compatible mobile apps with your
voice. It is compatible with select
smartphone platforms. Commands
may vary by phone and AppLink®
software.
FUNCTIONAL
● Audio
— Premium AM/FM single-CD/MP3
player
— Premium Sony® Audio w/Single-CD
(ten (10) speakers and subwoofer)
● Extra Heavy-Duty Alternator (200 AMP)
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My truck listed for 66.5K and got it for 61...gave me a better trade price for my paid off '13 F-150 Platinum also.


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I did a trade in so their numbers showed 45,000 on the trade in and 14,000 difference for a 2017 F250 Lariat FX4 all loaded up with nav, cameras, and the other good stuff.

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Looking this Saturday at a F350 KR DRW that stickers at 78410 and looking to get it for 69339 so unsure if I'll pull he trigger or not. Reservations are the 4.10 gearing and if I get a decent trade value on my 15 Platinum.


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My '17 XLT CC DRW had the following options added: 6.7 diesel, XLT premium package (fog lights, reverse sensors, Sync 3, power/heated seats), Navigation, FX4, 110V outlet, Gooseneck/5th wheel prep, Powerscope tow mirrors, 14kGVWR & aluminum wheels.
Standard Vehicle: $46,685 + $15,375 options + $1,295 dest/del = $63,355 MSRP
I paid $56,722 (including rebates) + $1,386 tax + $100 doc fee + $74 plate transfer; I also added Premiumcare to increase the Bumper-to-Bumper to 7yrs / 100,000 miles for $2800

I went with the XLT for a couple of reasons:
1) I prefer the center console but there are a few times the center seat up front will come in handy for a 6th passenger
2) The Lariat was $11-12k more and only provided a few things that I really wanted (the rest were nice-to-haves)

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Pardon my ignorance, but what are the big things you have to give up when going with an XLT?
The LED package and leather (cooled) seats would have been nice; the aerial camera system was cool; the adaptive steering/cruise control & lane departure looked neat; sunroof is OK but ultimately, I just didn't think those things were were worth the difference in price. It's not a daily driver for me so YMMV...


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For the most part, leather and electronics. Many features that come standard on a Lariat are cost adding options on the XLT. However, the XLT always has better rebates. In terms of diesel F250/350 trucks, you'll be in the mid $50k range for a reasonably equipped XLT and $62k+ for a Lariat. If you're the kind of guy that likes to go aftermarket, the XLT may be a better choice. You don't want to be paying for equipment you plan to replace. For example, I bought an XLT knowing I'd be installing aftermarket nav, a full sound system, and Katzkin leather, among other things. If I started with a Lariat I would have spent $10k more and had very little to show for it. Identify the features you care about and find the trim level closest to what you want in OEM equipment.
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