Ford Restarts Deliveries of F-150 Lightning and Reduces Prices

Ford's cutting the prices on some of its all-electric F-150 Lightning pickups. Sounds like a deal, right?

They're knocking off between $2,000 to $5,500 on various models because of some quality hiccups.

The Flash trim is now $5,500 cheaper, going for $67,995.

Lariat models got a $2,500 price cut, now at $74,995.

XLT versions are down $2,000, listed at $62,995.

The entry-level Pro is sticking at $54,995, and the high-end Platinum is still at $84,995 – no changes there.

This move comes as people have been a bit slow on the electric vehicle uptake.

Galhotra, from Ford, says it's all about adjusting to the market, supply issues, and what they've got in stock.

They had to stop shipping some trucks because of undisclosed issues.

Even the gas and diesel F-150s weren't immune to delays. Ford's always on the lookout for any software glitches.

Despite some setbacks, Ford's still pushing a ton of trucks – 144,000 pickups in the first quarter alone.

But, with so many trucks waiting to be sold, it's costing them more and making deliveries lag.

They're giving dealers a nudge with some incentives to sell more F-150s.

Ford's all about quality, even if it means waiting a bit longer for your truck.

And yep, those warranty costs are a bit of a headache for them.