TABLE F.7 Cost Breakdown of Base 2009 F-150

 

F-150 Pickup XL Base

Mass (kg)

Cost ($)

Detail

Power train

922

7,666

 

Engine

308

3,971

V8 4.6 L SOHC CI/AL

Battery

29

84

Lead-acid, standard

Fuel storage and delivery

102

440

Gasoline, 25 gal

Transmission

118

1,068

Auto 4 pickup truck

Thermal management

45

150

 

Driveshaft/axle

150

608

Pickup truck 2WD steel

Differential

37

116

Light truck

Cradle

25

103

Hydroformed steel

Exhaust system

68

300

 

Oil and grease

15

25

 

Power train electronics

10

400

 

Emission control electronics

16

40

 

Body

672

2,258

 

Body-in-white

500

1,020

Pickup truck body on frame

Panels

55

177

Stamped steel pickup truck

Front/rear bumpers

20

60

Medium truck

Glass

51

250

 

Paint

12

450

Solvent-borne, average color

Exterior trim

12

50

 

Hardware

13

226

 

Seals and NVH control

10

24

 

Chassis

348

1,719

 

Corner suspension

119

413

Pickup truck 2WD

Braking system

79

520

Light truck ABS 4-wheel

Wheels and tires

105

334

Steel 17”

Steering system

44

453

Pickup truck

Interior

128

1,570

 

Instrument panel

24

100

 

Trim and insulation

28

350

 

Door modules

22

156

 

Seating and restraints

40

820

 

HVAC

15

144

 

Electrical

27

832

 

Interior electrical

7

232

 

Chassis electrical

10

400

 

Exterior electrical

10

200

 

Total components

2,098

14,045

 

Final assembly

52

905

 

Interior to body

10

200

 

Chassis to body

10

150

 

Power train to body

10

150

 

Electronics to body

10

100

 

Other systems to body

10

305

 

Total manufacturing

2,150

14,950

 

NOTE: SOHC, single overhead camshaft.

SOURCE: IBIS (2008).

EPA (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency). 2008. EPA Staff Technical Report: Cost and Effectiveness Estimates of Technologies Used to Reduce Light-Duty Vehicle Carbon Dioxide Emissions. EPA420-R-08-008. Ann Arbor, Mich.

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NRC (National Research Council). 2002. Effectiveness and Impact of Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) Standards. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C.

OTA (Office of Technology Assessment). 1995. Advanced Automotive Technology: Visions of a Super-Efficient Family Car. OTA-ETI-638. Washington, D.C.

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