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Ford Has the Most Expensive Truck on the Market in 2019

A Ford F-150 Crew Cab Limited in a harbor

Most people like the aesthetics of trucks and want decent towing power, so the standard trim of any truck is sufficient. If you need a more powerful vehicle with an upscale interior, however, most automakers offer these add-ons at an additional cost.

According to CarFax, Ford has the most expensive truck on the market. Of course, you can get less expensive versions of this popular pickup, but it won’t have as many features or power upgrades. Here are the top three priciest trucks you can buy, including the most expensive of all.

Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Crew Cab High Country: $67,190

The High Country trim of Chevy’s best-selling pickup truck comes with a V8 5.3-liter engine — capable of 355 hp and 348 lb-ft of torque — paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission. Its standard features include a heated steering wheel, heated seats, a fuel management system, and a power tailgate. With its 2019 redesign, the Silverado also got more truck bed space.

The High Country starts at $54,495 for base options. You can upgrade to a V8 6.2-liter engine capable of 420 hp and 460 lb-ft of torque. This engine is paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission and brings its towing capacity to 9,800 pounds.

If that’s not enough, there’s also the 3500HD High Country, which starts at $57,295 and can tow up to 14,500 pounds. With every available upgrade, the regular High Country’s price jumps to $67,190 and the 3500HD’s price becomes $66,245.

GMC Sierra 1500 Crew Cab Denali: $68,295

Starting at $56,195, the Denali’s standard engine is a V8 5.3-liter with 285 hp and 305 lb-ft of torque. It has many standard tech features including GMC’s Driver Alert suite, 4G WiFi, a power liftgate, and backup sensors and cameras. The truck also has a more luxurious interior than the standard Sierra. Drivers enjoy the leather upholstery and heated front seats. The cabin also has sound-dampening for a quiet drive.

With every add-on, the cost of the Denali is $68,295. Available additions include adaptive cruise control, an upgraded speaker system, and a powerful 6.2-liter V8.

There’s also a 6.6-liter turbodiesel engine only available as an upgrade to the Sierra 3500HD. Its standard engine is a V8 6.0-liter capable of 360 hp and 380 lb-ft of torque. If you want to spring for extra power, the cost of the 3500HD is $65,525.

Ford F-150 Crew Cab Limited: $94,695

At $68,630, the F-150 Limited‘s base price is a big jump from the other two trucks. This includes a turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 engine with 450 hp and 510 lb-ft of torque, unlocking the true towing capacity of the Limited. Cross-traffic alert, blind-spot monitors, and rearview cameras are standard.

The Ford Telematics, Class IV Trailer Hitch, and Technology packages are all included with the regular F-150 Limited. But the truck has a few extra equipment features that bring the price up to $76,580.

An upgraded Super Duty version costs an eye-watering $88,000. In this truck, you get a turbodiesel V8 6.7-liter engine capable of 450 hp and 935 lb-ft of torque. Optional features include an off-roading package and heavy-duty alternators. If you’ve got the money for every upgrade, the truck is yours for $94,695.