There are still a few big unknowns related to the upcoming 2017 Ford Raptor. Today, we learn a few more pieces of the puzzle. It’s all about the bottom line. How much will the 2017 Raptor cost? The new information arrives via Ford’s fleet website, according to a report at Autoblog.
The SuperCab will start at $49,520 including destination charges of $1,195. The SuperCrew version will come in at $52,505. This is a relatively aggressive starting price, considering the competition and where the original Raptor started at. These days, it’s common to configure a 4×4 full-size pickup truck to over $50,000.
The entire pricing and options guide has not been released yet, but the options document contains pricing for several optional packages.
The packages are:
- LED cargo bed lights: $125
- Remote start: $195
- Auto-dimming and heated side mirrors: $365
- Pro trailer backup assist: $395
- Power-sliding rear glass: $450
- Technology package: $1,950
- 801A package: $3,158
- 802A luxury package: $9,345
Usually, not all of the options and packages can be combined together. However, if you add up all of the items listed above, the total comes out to be $15,983.
The final pricing is not yet official, but it is possible for a fully loaded 2017 Ford Raptor SuperCrew to retail in the $65,000-$69,000 range.
We still don’t have the exact power specifications or a complete order guide available. We do know that the 2017 Raptor will be powered by a high-output 3.5L EcoBoost V6 motor with around 450 horsepower. The new 10-speed automatic transmission will send the power to a sophisticated 4×4 system.
We will stay on top of all the 2nd generation Ford Raptor news. In the meantime, here is a detailed look at the Raptor SuperCrew.