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These Are the Cheapest Ford F-150 SVT Raptor Models For Sale on Autotrader

You want a Ford F-150 SVT Raptor. You know you do. Even if you aren’t into pickups, even if you have no need for one, even if you don’t really off-road, you know that when you see them on the street, you look at them with some desire. In case "desire" turns to "purchasing," however, you know the Raptor can be pricey, but here are a few of the cheapest Raptors on Autotrader, which may ease the pain a little bit.

Cheapest Overall: 2010 Ford F-150 Raptor – $22,995

The cheapest overall F-150 SVT Raptor on Autotrader is this 2010 model, which has traveled 157,000 miles from new. Since it’s a 2010 model, it’s a short bed, extra cab Raptor, rather than the Super Crew version that became available the next year. It’s a high-mileage example with the "small" engine — a 310-horsepower 5.4-liter V8 — but it’s still a Raptor, so it’s still desirable. That translates to an asking price of $22,995 from Silver State Imports in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Cheapest 6.2-liter V8: 2010 Ford F-150 Raptor – $25,900

This is the cheapest Raptor equipped with the more desirable 410-hp 6.2-liter V8. It’s offered by Main Line Auto in Philadelphia, and, like all 2010 models, it’s a short bed, extra cab model. It’s traveled 116,000 miles from new, and it’s offered for $25,900 — still big money for an 8-year-old truck that’s gone nearly 120,000 miles, but a screamin’ deal for any sort of Raptor.

Cheapest Crew Cab: 2011 Ford F-150 Raptor – $25,988

Most Raptor owners opt for the SuperCrew model, which comes with four full doors. The SuperCrew wasn’t added to the Raptor lineup until the 2011 model year, so SuperCrew Raptor models can be a bit pricier than early 2010 extra cab versions. This is the cheapest SuperCrew: a bright red 2011 model offered by Charlie’s Used Cars in Huntsville, Texas, northwest of Houston, that’s traveled around 164,000 miles from new. It’s listed for $25,988, making it only a little more expensive than the extended cab models listed above.

Cheapest New Raptor: 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor – $52,994

The cheapest "new" Raptor, which came out for the 2017 model year, is amazingly listed for $52,994. I say "amazingly" because the base price of a new Raptor is technically $53,900, and the 2017 model has been out for roughly two years — meaning that even if you factor in options, depreciation is basically nonexistent. This particular 2017 Raptor has already covered 62,000 miles, and it’s offered by John Eagle Acura in Houston.

 

Cheapest SUV Conversion: 2013 Ford F-150 Raptor – $174,800

OK, this isn’t cheap at all, but it’s certainly cool. Hennessey, the famous tuning company in Texas, has taken to building SUV versions of the Raptor for interested buyers. Dubbed the "VelociRaptor," this is one such example, and it’s amazing: a Raptor for the whole family. This 2013 VelociRaptor is offered with just under 20,000 miles by Driving Emotions in Lake Park, Florida, near Palm Beach, for $174,800.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. I don’t understand how Raptors  have virtually no depreciation. Are people actually paying these prices? It’s not like they’re rare; there are over 3000 brand new ones on Autotrader.  They’re cool, but if I have to choose between a used vehicle that may have a lot of miles including air miles and a brand new one for a couple thousand more, I’m buying the new one. Of course if your local dealers are all charging almost 200% of MSRP like some appear to be doing, then the used models might be a steal, and then the depreciation is actually there, it’s just hidden. 

    • If you want a raptor, You can rest easy knowing the next owner is willing to pay almost as much as you did! So you will never be upside down on depreciation alone unlike some luxury cars.

    • I dont know why people keep saying they dont depreciate. Raptors do depreciate, just at a lesser rate than a normal gas engine vehicle.. once you hit 100k they start to plummet in value.. trucks are hot right now, and offroad trucks such as the raptor are a current fad, and will fade once the next trend, or hotter truck rolls in..  

       Up until these trucks were released the diesel trucks would hold their value at about the same rate. I have friends getting 40k for 8 year old Cummins rams with 100k miles on them and the trucks were only 50k new..
      Be aware if you buy a raptor and plan to drive it like a normal daily driver you will lose value. most new Raptors are around 65-70k by the time they are optioned crew abs, and I’m pretty sure as soon as you drive that sucker off the lot you will lose the standard 20%..
      Also anyone who compares used truck values to luxury cars is an idiot.. luxury cars such as MB, Audi, BMW, Lexus, Infiniti lose value worse than anything else on the market, where trucks have always held value the strongest on the market..
    • Agreed the bronco should be based on an f150 not a ranger, and more so an offroad performance modeled f150 such as the raptor.. however it may only come as a v6 or 4cyl now which greatly dissapoints.. we need a 5.0 coyote stroked to 5.8 exclusive for the bronco as well.. 

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