2010 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor

2010 Ford SVT Raptor

Base price (with destination): $38,995
Price as tested: $47,550

Standard Equipment:
5.4-liter V-8 engine
6-speed automatic transmission
Running boards
Air conditioning
Leather-wrapped tilt steering wheel
Power sliding rear window
Sirius satellite radio
Sync system
Auto-dimming rear view mirror
Power windows/locks
Tire pressure monitoring system
Trailer towing package
Shift on the fly 4x4
Off-road shocks

Options on this vehicle:
6.2-liter V-8 engine -- $3000
Luxury package -- $1950
Power adjustable pedals
Power heated signal mirrors
Power driver and front passenger seat
Heated front seats
Graphics package -- $1075
Sony navigation package -- $2430
Trailer brake controller -- $230
Rear view camera -- $450
Raptor orange accent seat -- $395

Key options not on vehicle:
Power moonroof -- $995
Integrated tailgate step -- $375

Fuel economy: N/A (city/hwy/combined)

Engine:
Size: 6.2L V-8
Horsepower: 411 hp @ 5500 rpm
Torque: 434 lb-ft @ 4500 rpm

Drive: Rear- and 4-wheel

Transmission: 6-speed automatic

Curb weight: 6006 lb

Wheels/tires:
17-inch machined-aluminum wheels
315/70R17 BF Goodrich all terrain tires

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JohntheDrummer
Boat anchor?!? Obviously you have not driven one or do not know how to properly use all the features the Raptor offers, like off-road mode or how to disable the traction control or roll stability control. No other manufacturer out there offers the likes of the Raptor. I have driven my 5.4 on sand dunes (Silver Lake Sand Dunes) and there was not a dune I could not easily climb, while I saw others struggle to even get close to the top. Maybe you should do some real research before commenting or perhaps find another job?
JayDubs
A "boat anchor of an engine"? Come now Phil. Have you actually driven a 5.4 Raptor in its element? Or are you just assuming? Because I have, and while certainly more is better, the 5.4 Raptor is every bit as capable as the 6.2 in almost all situations; I think you'll be hard pressed to find an owner of either that would dispute that. And in any case, I doubt you'll find anyone with actual behind the wheel experience that would call it a boat anchor.

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