Ford F-150 Raptor Pricing Is Not As High As We Thought

Where does the Raptor model slot in the F-150 lineup?

We've known for a while that the 2017 F-150 Raptor would be powered by a downsized 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 with 450 horsepower. We also knew that this Baja-inspired truck would come in Supercab and Supercrew versions and pack a new 10-speed automatic. What we did not know was how much the Raptor was going to cost. Well, as of a few days ago, you can now order a 2017 Raptor from your local Ford dealership.

The Supercab will retail for $49,520, and the Supercrew will start at $52,505 (both prices include destination). This is more expensive than a King Ranch, but less expensive than the top-of-the-line Platinum trim. Two options packages are also available. The 801A package is $3,158 and the luxury package, 802A, is an additional $9,345. These packages should include some combination of power front seats, auto high beams, blind-spot monitoring, and a tailgate step. There is also a $1,950 tech package that will include a 360-degree camera and lane-keep assist. We think that the Raptor is reasonably priced for what you get, but go nuts on those options and you can push its price pretty damn high.

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