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Reply Put the 6.2 V8 back in it Reply I'm not even a pickup truck guy but I really like the Raptor and if I ever get a pickup truck it would be the raptor no questions about it. in fact i'm thinking to get one. blue or white? which one folks? Reply WISH HENRY FORD COULD TEST DRIVE ONE/AN NIKOLA TESLA COULD PUT HIS ELECTRIC MOTOR IN ONE THANK YOU/JESUS WINS/SATAN LOOSES Reply You two are annoying. Stop talking over one another. Reply How in the world did we survive the 70s in our plain Jane 4x4s lol Reply How is the ride quality?Can it be used as a daily driver? Reply Ugly and bland…. The 2019 Rebel is looking mighty good compared to this drab. Reply I really wanna buy it this year but someone recommended me to wait for the 2020 the V8 is coming.. is that true??? Reply I NEED RAFTOR RIGHT STEER Reply here's what it sounds like: SHIT!!! Where's em v8 ford? Reply Guy behind the camera is annoying. Reply how many offroaders can fix all this shit when it goes bad on the trail? way back in the middle of somewhere, not just up on gold mine hill outside of Boulder. Bed cleats broke first trip. Good thing you have lots of Raptors around so your buddies can take you back to town Reply So not worth it. Gotcha! Reply Too many poor people bitching and moaning #Murca #capitalism #MAGA Reply Needs the v8 Reply 80 grand for a truck use for a good down payment on a house that will go up in value Reply I bet that raptor sticker cost an extra $3000 Reply Needs a v8 Reply Went to the la auto show and looked at the raptor. If your 6'3 or taller you will not fit! I'm 6'6 and wow…was so cramped. What happened to Ford. 04-05 ford f250 6.0 powerstroke owner and have tons of room. Also my fj is waaaay more offroad capable than that ecoboost raptor Reply Nice truck I love it but I can’t justify the payment for a v6 when I can get the Powerstroke for a few thousand more Reply Chris seems like a little prick…… Reply Well no V8 then I pass again ……………… V6 turbo just more crap to break ………… Reply I love the Raptor but it's SO EXPENSIVE and for all that sodding money up to almost $80k there is so much that should be included and there is no excuse for features not being there. Reply Ford is lagging on the new raptor they should be 700 plus hp for the money and v8 only! Reply 64K USD, for a piece of shit engine, ha ha ha and still won’t be as durable as Toyota trucks…….really telling as to who buys these things……. Reply I love Ford trucks. But these are way overpriced and missing the V8! Reply exhaust sounds like dog shit. Reply You want to see a lot of Raptors? Go to GLRE SNOBALL!!! Reply 64K for a truck with a 6 cylinder engine, why not just buy a T-shirt that says, "I'm a sucker!". Oh Wait! You get a sticker! 600 bucks to put a light bulb in the bed, more good investments! "Grandpa, what was it like when you could buy gas cheap?" "Well sonny boy, we used to waste it driving around in trucks with seats that would heat up our ass! You better get pedaling to work, you're going to be late!" Reply I'm surprised they didn't update the front end still looks like a 2017 and not the 2019 refresh Reply Has anyone talked to an engineer about the 7.0l gas coming out? fake acoustics and extra wear from turbos – and more computer tech means more hacking ability with the wifi unable to really turn off location settings. I would go to the last model year with the 6.2L (150k mile truck) and mechanical engine parts. estimate around 85-90k mile truck with the high output. have yet to see one raptor under load (more than 1 person, bed has actual equip like a cooler, compressor, fuel tanks, etc.. suitcase even?…) do any jumping or offroading for distance (besides tfl mountain testing). I do have a thing for full gauge sweep and staring at wasted space, the blue one had the small rpm gauge and the red had the full sweep, that way i can keep it in the power band – reduced turbo lag – with my peripheral and not seeing if my fake sounding 6 pot (inside with windows up) moved 1/4-1/2 inch on the cluster.. current setup raptor with rooted (supercharged) 7.0L v8, or am I stuck with only hennessey's 800hp v8 twin turbo? (cannot fit a functional "sleeper" winch where the darn turbo intercoolers are located, don't give me trade-off) pulling myself out of the snow with a winch and pulley – why am i only finding reasons constantly to stick to a 1 ton rig srw? give me cummins/allison/ford everything else/ 4.56 ratio Also, should I just drop the helephant crate engine in this puppy and be on my way? (yes, realize i'll still need a higher tach…) if you don't know that's 1000hp out of the box plug and play. my bad for ranting…. hard to come from v8 na torque to this, this is like going from buttons to that bmw all-control knob…. Reply Yeah. They say 54-64k but go to the dealer and theyll tell you 85k. I fuckin HATE dealerships Reply I Love Ford F150 Raptor From Thailand Reply supercharged v8 and a 6 speed manual. until then im not interested Reply Would've been nice if they actually….. I don't know.drove the damn truck! Reply Raptors play while the Trex is away Reply If only you could combine the raptor's exterior looks and performance with the new rams interior. it would be the perfect truck Reply Our 2017 raptor sticker price is $83,100, fully loaded with push to start Reply LEAVE YOUR COMMENT Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.