Ford stops taking orders for the most affordable F-150 Lightning trims

Established manufacturers like Ford are struggling to satisfy the extraordinarily high demand, particularly for new all-electric trucks like the highly popular F-150 Lightning,

 due to the hot American auto market and restricted supply chains. Unfortunately, at particularly for the existing advanced year, the most cost-effective and 

 work-focused trims of the electric truck are now completely sold out. Private consumers are no longer able to order the regular range F-150 Lightning Pro and

 the XLT, which makes reference to a notice recently delivered to Ford dealerships. 

Budget-conscious truck purchasers will now be  

forced to wait and hope that they can get

a 2023 F-150 Lightning Pro, which officially starts at roughly US$40,000 and $53,000, respectively.