Used Ford Raptor For Sale
For the 2010 model year, Ford introduced the F-150 SVT for die-hard off-road enthusiasts. With serious off-road capabilities, the off-road truck features a wider stance and FOX shock absorbers with 11.2” front suspension travel capability and 12.1” in the rear. In addition to its increased ground clearance, the F-150 houses a 6.2-liter, 411 hp V8, making it a powerful contender off the factory line. In terms of color schemes, the Raptor is available in blue flame, oxford white, tuxedo black, and molten orange with a "digital mud" decal scheme as an option
The cost of the Ford Raptor for sale has significantly increased due to upgrades that set it apart from the base-level F-150. Some of the upgrades, aside from the composite front bodywork and BFG AT tires, include significantly reinforced cast front A-arms, heavy-duty skid plates and engine protectors below. Originally, Ford projected the price to be about $3,000 over that of the 5.4-liter model of the F-150. An R version has also been produced in the form of a 500 hp Baja competitor for Ford’s SVT division.
For 2017, the truck is undergoing a facelift and is presumably undergoing the same shift to aluminum construction the F-150 underwent from 2014-2015. At the Detroit Motor Show, a 2017 concept emerged, featuring significantly exposed and enforced front suspension, upgraded lights, and a new 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 that promises to out-power the 6.2-liter engine.
To find yourself a new or used Ford F-150 Raptor, check out our listings of trucks for sale and get ready to head off-road. Please contact the seller or one of our sales representatives for more information.
If you think the Ford F-150 Raptor is just another Ford pick-up truck? Think again. The Raptor is an all-purpose truck with a large emphasis on off-road capabilities. Drivers will feel little difference in the cab, whether they are cruising on smooth pavement or sandy dunes due to the new-and-improved suspension. Under the hood, a twin-turbo V6 generates 450 ponies and can take the Raptor from 0 to 60 in 5.1 seconds. An array of engine options is presented, including a turbo-diesel V6 or a 5.0-liter V8. While speed generally isn’t a top priority in a pick-up truck, the model is factory limited to 107 miles per hour and that proves to be plenty of speed for any terrain. The latest model still incorporates the popular all-aluminum panels as seen before but with creative engineering on behalf of Ford, the Raptor shaves off 500 pounds from the previous generation. This takes some strain off the engine and takes towing capacity to 8,000 pounds while hauling in the bed maxes out at 1,200 pounds. Although new features like pothole smoothing and cruise control keep the Raptor a practical truck, its inclusion of all-terrain tires with optional bead-locking technology shows that this truck is still intended for desert and rocky terrain above all. Base model Ford F-150 Raptors begin at $54,450; however, the fully-loaded edition comes in at the $75,000 mark. For either option, the Raptor is an affordable and spacious contender in its class, with adequate space to haul five adults.
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