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Build Your 2017 Ford F150 Raptor Online Now

The configurator page for the 2017 Ford F150 Raptor has gone live on Ford.com, giving us a full rundown of the pricing for the new off-road monster – with prices starting at $49,250 and topping out up over $70,000 when you tack on all of the options and accessories.
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The 2017 Ford F150 Raptor is likely one of the most anticipated performance trucks of the modern era, as this big, bad pickup introduces the new high performance EcoBoost V6 with 450 horsepower, the new 10-speed automatic transmission, the new advanced four wheel drive system and the rest of the unique components of the newest Raptor. We have been discussing the various aspects of the high performance F150 since it was first introduced back in 2015 at the Detroit Auto Show and today, hopeful buyers can finally build and price their new Raptor on Ford.com.

Building the 2017 Ford F150 Raptor Online
When you visit Ford.com and head to the 2017 F150 build page, you will find that the 2017 Raptor is offered in SuperCar or SuperCrew form, with the smaller version starting at $49,265 and the larger model starting at $52,250 (prices exclude the $1,295 destination fee).
The 2017 Raptor is offered in seven exterior colors – Ingot Silver, Magnetic, Lightning Blue, Avalance, Oxford White, Shadow Black and Ruby Red – which is the sole exterior color which carries an upcharge ($395).

Next, the F150 Raptor configurator offers the optional 801A and 802A popular equipment groups. For $3,158, 801A adds things like 10-way power and heated leather seats, adjustable pedals, a power sliding rear window, Sync 3 with an 8 inch infotainment screen AppLink and two SmartCharging ports. For $9,345, 802A adds everything from 801A, plus a 4.10 Torsen front axle, a 360-degree camera system, an advanced security package, ambient interior lighting, dual zone climate control, an integrated trailer brake controller, LED bed lighting, LED side mirror lights, Intelligent Access, push button start, Pro Trailer Backup, a Sony audio system, a Universal garage door opener and voice activated navigation.

After you have chosen the equipment package for your new F150 Raptor, there is a long list of standalone options including the Raptor bedside graphics, the Raptor hood graphics, the carbon fiber interior package, the interior color accent package, the Raptor technology package, Adaptive cruise control, the bed divider system, a few different bedliners, a few different bed covers, the fold-out bed extender, stowable loading ramps, the Ford tailgate applique, the tailgate assist step, a heated steering wheel, a Kicker subwoofer, second row heated seats and a twin panel moonroof (SuperCrew only).

If you opt for the 2017 Ford F150 Raptor SuperCrew with the 802A package, the hood and bedside graphics, the tailgate applique and the 17 inch beadlock wheels, the price sits right at $65,485. That configuration will provide you will all of the functionality that the new Raptor has to offer, but if you add in as many accessories as possible, including the stowable ramps, the tailgate step, the Raptor Tech package, the carbon fiber interior package, a spray in bedliner and a hard tonneau cover, the price of the fully loaded 2017 Raptor climbs up to $70,890.

Without further delay, click here to head over to Ford.com to build your own 2017 F150 Raptor.


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