2017 Ford Raptor – How to Configure it Online?


The new 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor is one of the most exciting vehicles produced by the company. The car will have a powerful 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine that produces 450 horsepower and 510 lb-ft of torque.

Meanwhile, Ford designed a configuration tool online where you can check various options. This is great because you can know what to expect if you decide to buy this car.

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Besides the powerful engine, there are many improvements. First of all, the company used aluminum alloy and because of it, the car weighs 500 pounds less than the previous model. They also paid attention to the fuel economy, so the car consumes up to 23 percent less fuel, whereas the 10-speed automatic transmission is just amazing.

The configuration tool is fun to play with and you start at $49,520 and add features you like. If you mismatch some options, the tool will correct you since it knows which features are compatible with others, so don’t worry about that.

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801A option is simply unavoidable considering that includes 10-way heated power driver and passenger seats with power lumbar and leather-trimmed seats. Furthermore, with acquiring this option, you will get Smart Charging USB Ports, Applink and SYNC 3. Power-sliding rear window with privacy glass and defroster and power-adjustable pedals are also parts of the package. In addition, you will get 911 Assist and 8-inch LCD touch screen located in the center stack. All this will cost you $3,158.


This is smartly invested money considering what you get. The 802A package is also available, but it will set you back $9,345. Numerous options are included some of which are 4.10 Front-Axle with Torsen Differential and SiriusXM Radio.

When you use the configuration tool try to be realistic and adjust options to your possibilities. But, no matter how much you spend on the options, you will get an amazing vehicle – a Ford Raptor. Hopefully, an online configurator will be available for other Ford cars such as the new Bronco.