While Ford has taken a habit of describing almost every feature of the all-new F-150 Raptor, the pricing details aren’t in officially yet, but according to this recent leak people will have the chance to snatch one starting at $49,520.
According to a recent price list leak courtesy of Ford Fleet, the high-performance version of the F-150 family will go for at least $49,520 when it reaches dealerships later on this year. If the pricing is accurate – we still have to use the mandatory grain of salt here – then the mightiest incarnation of the full-size light duty pickup truck is utterly expensive, especially when compared to the predecessor. Back in the days of the 2010 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor, the model had a starting price of $38,995. Even all the tricks and options didn’t get it close to the new model’s listing price. Without the $1,195 destination charge, the 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor is tipped to cost $48,325 if you go for the SuperCab version and $51,310 for the SuperCrew.
We can understand the prices have soared tremendously though since the US market started recovering from the collapse of the latest global financial crisis. For example, the current generation F-150 King Ranch 4×4 costs even more. There are also numerous options listed in the Ford Fleet price list, including unnamed an unexplained packs that go for $3,158 and $9,345 (801A and 802A). Other goodies are crystal clear: $195 for remote start, pro trailer backup assist is $395, power-sliding rear glass goes for $450, while the lane-keep assist, dynamic hitch assist, and a 360-degree camera system will come bundled in the technology Package for $1,950.