Discussion in '2014 Ford SVT Raptor Forum (Reply Only)' started by texas_online, Oct 1, 2014.
So since ford is discontinuing the ford raptor, will they raised the price on the trucks?
Yes. That's why you can't find them at invoice any more. I am sure whatever is left on the lots will go for a lot of money.
BTW .. the last raptor came off the line about 5 weeks ago.
alright thank you.
It was a quest to find a Raptor in the southwest at MSRP over the last few weeks. Most of San Diego had $7500+ Market Adjustment. I found $5000+ over in LA. $5000 over in Las Vegas. MSRP in Phoenix, but they tacked on $2200 in crap like a drop in bedliner, tint, nitrogen in the tires, etc. I finally found the exact truck I wanted at Drew Ford here in San Diego at MSRP. The dealers in the southwest have little reason to deal as the market is strong and desert season is about to start. The Las Vegas dealer tried to tell me Ford wouldn't produce another Raptor until 2018 - yeah right.
This will help resale and residual values.
But what are we going to do about the Raptor Lean issue?
But only if you're selling now....
I disagree, it will depend on the condition of your truck, the mileage etc. The next generation won't be out for several years..... So the Raptor will hold it's value better compared to other trucks. Look at Raptor compared to a comparable F150 of the same year, they have depreciated much less since day one. But if you modify the hell out of your truck, I agree that will hurt it's resale value compared to non modified.
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