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post #1 of 6 Old 02-11-2015, 12:39 PM Thread Starter
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2016 Ford Raptor Pricing

Starting at just over $51,000 for the first generation Ford Raptor, how much should we expect the second generation 2016 model year Ford Raptor to be priced at?
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i can't see it being much more that the 2014 model, should stick within the low to mid $50k range.
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yea but the hi-po ford Performance Eco Boost isn't amortised. EB's are premium engines over NA's across the Ford lineup.. Pricing WILL increase... not much...but it will...



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yea but the hi-po ford Performance Eco Boost isn't amortised. EB's are premium engines over NA's across the Ford lineup.. Pricing WILL increase... not much...but it will...
If you were to put that into figures, how much do you think that could possibly be?
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I don't think they are going to raise the price too much. I just can't see it being priced higher than about $54k. That's just my guess though.
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yeah i agree
i don't think it should pass the mid-$50k mark
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