Hidden Ford Document Reveals 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor Pricing

Pricing details for the 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor have leaked online courtesy of a pdf found buried on Ford’s fleet website.

Uncovered by Autoblog, the pdf reveals that the standard F-150 Raptor Supercab variant will set customers back at least $49,520, including the obligatory $1,195 destination and delivery fee. By comparison, those looking for the larger Supercrew variant will have to part with at least $52,505 before optional extras are selected.

In terms of options, the document states that the 2017 F-150 will be available with two key different equipment packages. The first will be priced at $3,158 while the inevitably more comprehensive package costs $9,345. Specifics about what these packages add aren’t known but they’re most likely to consist of a number of additional safety technologies and luxury features.

Other options available including the $1,950 Technology Package, remote start, auto-dimming and heated side mirrors, power-sliding rear glass, LED cargo bed lights and Pro trailer backup assist.

In terms of power, we know that the latest Raptor features a twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter Ecoboost V6 engine delivering at least 450 hp, significantly more than the previous-gen model with its larger V8 powertrain. The new F-150 also offers no less than six driving modes, including a desert-oriented ‘Baja’ mode.


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