2019 Ford F-150 Raptor Review

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Ford F-150 Raptor 2019, inside and out, almost identical to the previous version. With the same 3.5L dual turbo V6, the same BF Goodrich tire KO2 produces the same 450 horsepower and 510 lb-ft of torque, and has the same price tag. It’s still fun to be embarrassed and very handsome in Velocity Blue for this special exam. Almost nothing has changed from this truck.
The new Recaro Chair offers more support than the previous version. I usually find Recaros restrictive and disturbing and I’m not a big person. Not like that. Like everything else on this truck, the seats are huge but fun, whether you drive on the road or on the highway.
Adding comfort, the addition of a new Fox surprise. This updated unit allows the same number of trips as the outgoing model, 13 inches forward and 13.9 inches behind. The biggest difference is the addition of Live Valve technology, which allows the Fox 3.0 3.0 internal shortcuts to adapt to field changes electronically in real time. Previous trucks were pretty soft on the sidewalk, but thanks to this new shock, the Raptor is now not only easy to pinch the hairpin from the mountain slits, but also with the precision not found in trucks.
2019 Ford F-150 Raptor Review
2019 Ford F-150 Raptor Review
After visiting the city, I stepped onto the pavement of the snow and ice-covered mountains where the Raptor felt a little more comfortable. The 2019 truck has six Medan Management modes, including the same two-speed transfer case and previous truck, but is now equipped with Trail Control, which is described as Ford’s off-road cruise control. This allows you to adjust your speed between 1-20 miles per hour, and the tool protects even by adjusting the power to each wheel to maintain maximum traction. For me the off-road competition eliminates the pleasures for me, but for beginner 4×4 fans, I can see some useful features including options to help you leave if you find it buried in the sand.
Speaking of lines, walking the forest paths in the mountains is the most loved outdoor experience, this truck is not for you. Of course, it has the ability to cope with mud and rock, but the fine size of the Raptor will prevent you from reaching many paths there. These trucks are more like off-roaders, happy at home in sand dunes and large rock formations, where trees are less and far away.
2019 Ford F-150 Raptor Review
2019 Ford F-150 Raptor Review


I like to criticize greatness, but deep down, I like it. Of course, he could be the king of the abandoned land, but also the king of the road. Driving on the road, returned. People are pulling your way. This is the closest thing you can get from the factory to the monster truck. However, pull the parking lot out of the city and run out of all that power. I had to retreat from the whole, because the Raptor was just too big for the place, not too big for a narrow street.

2019 Ford F-150 Raptor Review
2019 Ford F-150 Raptor Review
People like to complain about the Raptor soundtrack and one day I don’t have to write about it, but unfortunately it’s still too far that day. Of course, this is not a V8 gargle, it sounds far from bad. If the biggest compromise for the additional performance of the twin turbo V6 is a change in the exhaust register, I’ll exchange every day.

In the end, the only thing that came out of my way was the $ 74,430 price tag from this test device and I couldn’t afford it. Of course the basic price of a Raptor is only $ 52,855, but good luck finding a cheap one. After making a quick search on the Autoblog car purchase page, the cheapest 2019 model I can find in the 100 miles of my house is $ 66,094.

2019 Ford F-150 Raptor Review
2019 Ford F-150 Raptor Review


2019 Raptor continues to inherit the most fun time with your clothes. But how long is it still to be seen. Raptor Ranger and Raptor Bronco will hit the shores one day, while Ford launches a Raptor badge for Ranger and Everest. Until then, it was the best we had and the best we had was enough. The F-150 Raptor is comfortable, capable, attractive and aggressively aggressive.

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