2017 F

If the Ford F-150 Raptor were a geographical feature, it would have sầu the honorific Gr& before its name. Like the Gr& Canyon or the Grand Teton, the Raptor is a national treasure that deserves to be billed as something substantially more significant, more consequential, more, well, grvà than a mere truông chồng. The Raptor"s significance lies in how it inverts the traditional notion of the pickup, turning it from a utility vehicle into a plaything. True, trucks have been more than beasts of burden for years, growing quieter và more comfortable as they transformed inlớn family vehicles. But the Raptor is a jumper & a dune runner that can also haul and tow and bởi just about everything else trucks bởi. Gr& it is, as we discovered during the 14 months and 40,403 miles it was in our care.

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Almost everyone needs a truông xã a few times a year. Some people even buy them for those few occasions, then tolerate their form size & fuel economy for the sake of image. But the Raptor makes a svào case for ignoring its even greater size (6.4 inches wider and 1.3 inches taller than a conventional F-150 4x4 SuperCrew) và thirstiness (16 mpg versus 19 mpg combined with the lower-output 3.5-liter V-6) by balancing those burdens with virtues like, say, the ability to fly, lvà gracefully, và drive trang chủ. Try that in any other three-ton vehicle without wings. Its purposeful looks, which show off Fox remote-reservoir dampers under huge fenders, don"t hurt, either. That it does all this without any hint of brodozer foolishness further increases its appeal.

Though its payload và tow ratings are compromised relative sầu lớn a conventional F-150"s, there"s enough functional pickup here to lớn suit most needs. Our Raptor"s 8000-pound tow rating is 2700 pounds lower than that of the equivalent F-150 4x4 SuperCrew equipped with the 375-hp EcoBoost 3.5-liter V-6 and 10-speed automatic. The Raptor"s 1200-pound payload capathành phố is also 830 pounds lower than that truck"s. Its soft, long-travel suspension sags under the tongue weight imposed by a 5000-pound oto trailer. When we towed with a bed full of spare parts and tools, its nose pointed skyward và the steering went light và loose in a way a normal F-150"s wouldn"t. Nose-in-the-air stance aside, the truông chồng capably yanks around two and a half tons of weekover fun thanks to the EcoBoost"s 510 pound-feet of torque & the 10-speed automatic"s towing calibration. And if you"re not towing all the time, maybe looking at the clouds when you vì isn"t a khuyễn mãi giảm giá breaker.

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It might not be a towing champ, but the Raptor handled all our largely light-duty needs.
Greg PajoCar and Driver
Heavily outfitted, our 2017 Raptor 4x4 SuperCrew tallied $64,800 (base price $53,140). Standard equipment includes the 450-hp twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V-6, 10-tốc độ automatic with paddle shifters, and 4.10:1 electronically controlled locking rear differential. Our big-ticket option was the $9345 equipment group 802A, which adds the Torsen front differential, Sync 3 infotainment system, a trailer-brake controller, remote start, & more. We also opted for the $1165 17-inch forged-aluminum beadlock-capable wheels, $495 spray-in bedliner, và $375 tailgate step for ­easier access khổng lồ that lofty bed. The heated steering wheel added $155; heated rear seats were $125.

It probably won"t shock you lớn learn that we warmed quickly to lớn the Raptor"s torque. Sprayed with snow or gravel—the Raptor doesn"t discriminate—the roads around C/D headquarters are forever scarred. But we also came to appreciate the truck"s finer points. So reads the logbook: "No one does initial throttle response on a boosted engine better than Ford. Toe in just a millimeter or two & the 3.5-liter already feels awake, even before the turbos come online."


The 10-speed transmission"s merits were less obvious. It faded into lớn the background during freeway cruising & skipped multiple gears at a time during downshifts, but it inelegantly slammed home aggressive second- và third-gear shifts during around-town driving. It"s not the smooth, responsive sầu master of cog swapping that ZF"s eight-tốc độ is in a Ram. And many of us gave up using its paddle shifters in any situation short of our most aggressive driving. Even then, picking the gear that appropriately matched cornering speed was a condemo among as many as three candidates. Ten is just too many for toggling gears yourself.

The Raptor"s six drive sầu modes—Normal, Sport, Weather, Mud/S&, Baja, & Rochồng Crawl—vị merit existence. Each mode determines things lượt thích the rear-differential setting and throttle & transmission mapping. Baja & Mud/Sand modes select high-range all-wheel drive automatically, while Roông xã Crawl prompts the driver khổng lồ shift into lớn low range. On its surface, the automatic shifting feels like a convenience measure, but in practice, it means the transfer case shifts with much more frequency than it might if doing so required more of the driver. Baja mode provides sufficient loosening of the reins to enjoy the Raptor"s 13.0 inches of front và 13.9 inches of rear wheel travel at our western Michigan proving grounds, also known as Silver Lake Svà Dunes. It was there that one driver was moved to write: "Experiencing this thing for the first time in its element will rearrange the minds of traditional truchồng folk."

The Raptor also rearranged its nội dung of gravel roads in northern Michigan, where it proved far more comfortable at speed than a 5890-pound truck should be, easily luring drivers to link gravel corners in sideways glory slides. Again, the logbook attests khổng lồ the truck"s potency: "If you have the nerve sầu to lớn forget about its considerable form size và mass, this truông chồng is planted enough lớn toss around like a big rally oto."

At the Raptor"s 10,000-mile service, the dealer noticed oil on the baông chồng of our truck"s air filter. He changed the filter, and the problem—presumably a result of the positive crankcase ventilation system carrying oil inkhổng lồ the intake—disappeared for good. We had four oil changes, which, combined with other routine maintenance and a four-wheel alignment, totaled $531. The 30,000-mile mark passed during a wet, salty February. About that time, our truck"s trailer-wire plug kept shorting & causing an unrelenting instrument-cluster warning as well as an audible bong every time the short occurred. And if you"re wondering how Ford đơn hàng with an issue lượt thích this—according to our dealer, it afflicted many F-150s—it"s khổng lồ blow compressed air inkhổng lồ the contaminated plug và wait for drier weather to arrive sầu, which it did. In June. In the meantime, the bonging continued.


The BFGoodrich KO2 tires were quiet on the highway & tenacious on dirt và snow, but we had lớn replace them after less than 25,000 miles.
One of the Raptor"s greatest assets is its BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 rubber, which allows it lớn perkhung off-road antics lượt thích those pictured here, adequately motivates it in the snow—we never ran winter tires because there aren"t any that fit—and helps it quietly go about daily duties. Our KO2s exhibited a wide latitude of ability but were not without issues. The first problem emerged—quite literally—at around 6500 miles when the right-front tire developed a conspicuous sidewall bulge & had to lớn be replaced at a cost of $268. We replaced all four tires due to wear at 24,284 miles at a cost of $1040, which included mounting và balancing. Another tire problem arrived just as we were wrapping up our long-term test: We found the left front to lớn be out of round, which we blamed for a violent 40-mph vibration. We replaced both front tires for $523 before returning the truông xã khổng lồ Ford.

In May 2017, just after completing its 1000-mile break-in period, our Raptor vaporized the 60-mph mark in 5.5 seconds & bulldozed its way through the quarter-mile in 14.2 seconds at 97 mph. By June 2018, some 39,000 miles later, it added 0.5 second to both milestones & lost 4 mph from its trap tốc độ. In the wrap-up kiểm tra, the truck needed an additional 2.5 seconds lớn reach 100 mph. Some of the Raptor"s horsepower, it seems, had disappeared as quickly as seven BFGs and 2850 ­gallons of gas. Braking distance from 70 mph remained stable, stretching ever so slightly from 212 feet khổng lồ 215. No one concerned themselves with the truck"s initial 0.69-g và final 0.70-g lateral-acceleration numbers.


Raptors aren"t easy at the pump and ours was no exception. Its most dismal fuel economy, a mere 6 mpg, came when we were bombing around the s& dunes. And when towing a fully laden 22-foot, 3500-pound snowthiết bị di động trailer to northern Michigan, it didn"t vì much better. With the engine running on heavy boost for much of the trip, the Raptor produced an OPEC-thrilling 8 mpg. Over the course of our loan, it averaged 14 mpg, 2 mpg below its 16-mpg EPA combined rating.

After hitting 40,000 miles, the Raptor began complaining with a noisy, ill-shifting transfer case. The dealer replaced a damaged shift fork, the clutch assembly, và a handful of other worn internal parts under warranty—a fix that took a week.

The Raptor is big, it"s not as quiông chồng as it once was, & it ate a costly drivetrain part at only 40,000 miles. Its virtues don"t blind us to its faults, but its dependable competence over the bulk of this test also can"t be ignored, particularly considering the way the Raptor tempted us to drive. That it was fantastic in the dirt, svà, & snow will surprise no one. But its effectiveness in everyday life—even when everyday life includes spurts of gravity-defying exuberance—astonished us. It"s functional enough khổng lồ be both a usable truck & a pragmatic family vehicle. Perhaps the only thing it lacks is subtlety. Get yours in Magnetic Metallic lượt thích we did. No one will even notice.

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Rants và Raves

Got it stuck in a car wash. Too wide—one of its few faults. —K.C. Colwell

Its real triông xã is being able lớn fit a whole family in comfort, then drive sầu right into the dunes for a day of hard-core wheeling. —Mike Sutton

So smooth off-road. The ease with which it covers rough ground at tốc độ is intoxicating. It takes a serious custom rig to rival its abilities. —Mike Sutton

This is the Camaro ZL1 1LE of pickups—only it works better as a daily driver than the Camaro ever could. —Rich Ceppos

The Raptor is the only new vehicle in which I aim for potholes. —Alexander Stoklosa

It got smoked in a s& drag race by a pair of Duramax brodozers running paddle tires. —Mike Sutton

Every time I climb up inlớn the Raptor, my Fitbit thinks I"ve gone up a flight of stairs. —Maxwell Mortimer

Brilliant combination of ride, handling, steering, powertrain muscle & refinement, off-road chops, & comfort. Remarkable! —Rich Ceppos

From the October 2018 issue

WHAT WE LIKE: The Raptor’s combination of style, utility, và rewarding driving continue khổng lồ persuade us that a $65,000 three-ton truck—there, we said itmight just be the answer to lớn the one-vehicle-to-do-it-all dilemma. Buyer’s Guide senior editor Rich Ceppos’s notes perhaps say it best: “Brilliant combination of ride, handling, steering, powertrain muscle/refinement, off-road chops, and comfort. Remarkable!” And he didn’t mention cargo hauling, five-adult seating, &, well, flying, which our Raptor is known lớn vì chưng on occasion.

Also, speed bumps: We’ve discovered why Oxford Companies property management installed them at C/D World Headquarters. It’s likely the Raptor is the first long-term vehicle to surpass the former 55-mph national tốc độ limit through the parking lot.

And although we’ve talked plenty about potholes in this space, it seems some editors are seeking them out under the pretense that in a Raptor/pothole encounter it’s the pothole that comes away worse for wear. So, yes, we continue khổng lồ run things over with impunity, splash through puddles gracelessly, và perform juvenile acts without consequence. Then we take the kids khổng lồ school.

WHAT WE DON’T LIKE: Some editors insist that the unavailability of a full-kích cỡ bed is a deal breaker since their fishing poles won’t fit lengthwise in the payload area. Those are the same editors without children.

Ice isn’t the Raptor’s friend, either. Despite being reasonably competent in most varieties of snow, the BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires vì this truchồng no favors on ice. And there are no real winter-tire options in this LT315/70R-17 size. More than one of us also noticed that with half-worn rear rubber the Raptor becomes a lot more interesting to drive in the rain, sometimes trying to lớn lead with its rear fenders rather than its front bumper—even at modest throttle openings. Thus far the stability control has prevailed, but as behind-the-wheel surprises go, a crossed-up Raptor ranks aý muốn the most eye-opening.

WHAT WENT WRONG: With Michigan’s liquid-winter hell in full force the Raptor developed a short in its trailer wiring, which triggered alternating “Trailer Attached” and “Trailer Disconnected” notifications accompanied by an audible bong. The short happened only in the wettest conditions, but when it did it was an unstoppable death spiral of noise & on-dash warnings. The dealer was no help, noting that this was a “known issue” aước ao F-150s. Their solution? Clean out the trailer-wiring plug and ignore the warnings until the next time it’s cleaned. We haven’t had a problem since warm, dry weather arrived. In June.

The same dealer investigated our truck’s proximity-entry problem, in which the driver’s door refuses lớn open on the first try. Though irregular, it was persistent. But no problem could be identified.

We’re likely lớn need another two tires before the Raptor hits 40,000 miles, but despite being a relatively heavy consumer of blaông chồng, round rubber objects và fuel, the truchồng has been dead reliable.

WHERE WE WENT: The Raptor made regular trips to northern Michigan for ice fishing over the winter, during which it also performed all manner of sideways antics. But it continues, most frequently, to lớn be the vehicle of choice for commuting in and around Ann Arbor.

Months in Fleet: 15 months Current Mileage: 34,297 milesAverage Fuel Economy: 14 mpgFuel Tank Size: 36.0 gal Fuel Range: 500 milesService: $303 Normal Wear: $1040 Repair: $0 Damage & Destruction: $228

WHAT WE LIKE: Evidently the thing we like most about our Ford F-150 Raptor is spinning its odometer at ridiculous rates: Since its arrival in April of last year we’ve sầu already ticked through 27,000 miles. This truchồng, on its surface, seems an unlikely choice for over-the-road travel, but it gets used often for that since it’s as capable of gently swallowing highway miles as it is of eating Michigan chuckholes. Despite its 34-inch-tall BFGoodrich rubber and refrigerator-in-a-wind-tunnel aero protệp tin, the enormous rig sails down the road with the silence and serenity of an air-hockey puck. The arrival of Michigan winter coincided with the need for new rubber, leading khổng lồ our discovery that, at full tread depth, the BFG All-Terrain T/A KO2 is a very reasonable winter tire. Even on hard-packed snow, the tires dig in & churn the Trắng stuff into lớn frozen pulp. Speaking of winter-specific features, this F-150’s remote-start function saves us the burden of being cold while we annoy our neighbors by roostertailing powder off the unplowed subdivision roads. There’s a lot to lớn like here.

WHAT WE DON’T LIKE: Two editors complained about the truck’s periodic refusal lớn unlochồng its doors on the first tug of the handle when using its passive-entry function. Sometimes two or three yanks are required before it decides to allow access, but the problem is erratic so we’ve sầu not yet seen the dealer for it. We’ve sầu discovered that our SuperCrew Raptor, at 19.3 feet in length, is too long for smaller garages. We also recorded an egregious 8-mpg fill-up while towing a 22-foot, 3500-pound fully laden snowSmartphone trailer to northern Michigan. But that should be balanced against tanks of 11 & 13 mpg while towing a 5000-pound open oto trailer to the same region. To date, our, ahem, “EcoBoosted” Raptor is averaging 14 mpg, 2 mpg shy of its EPA combined rating.

WHAT WENT WRONG: Our first-update worries about oil in the intake tract have sầu largely abated; as of this writing, there has been no additional evidence. At 24,000 miles we swapped all four tires, a $1040 endeavor including mounting and balancing. A $150 routine oil change and inspection at đôi mươi,000 miles was exactly that & included replacement of both the cabin và engine air filters. Otherwise, we haven’t even added any fluids.

WHERE WE WENT: Multiple trips lớn northern Michigan are accounted for in the Raptor’s logbook. These are both recreational and utilitarian, including hauling snowmobiles for play or junk cars we’re no longer allowed lớn keep at the office. One nontowing adventure found the Raptor deep in the Upper Peninsula flirting with Wisconsin. The holidays included a trip lớn Franklin, Tennessee. Each of these trips bears out more of the Raptor’s personality, which is usually accompanied by a turbo-muffled growl that sounds something like, “Relax, I got this,” followed by a gross display of power and often some flying road surface. And thus far the truck does, in fact, have it.

Months in Fleet: 9 months Current Mileage: 27,107 milesAverage Fuel Economy: 14 mpg Fuel Tank Size: 36.0 gal Fuel Range: 500 miles Service: $216 Normal Wear: $1040 Repair: $0 Damage and Destruction: $228

WHAT WE LIKE: Who knew we’d enjoy ignoring curbs, chuckholes, road gators, và errant boulders this much? Truly, the breadth of the Ford F-150 Raptor’s capabilities is stupefying. As happy to lớn haul the family comfortably lớn the theme park as it is khổng lồ obliterate mud fields, the Raptor makes even the simplest err& a reason to lớn exercise restraint. But only a little. At only 4000 miles our truông xã had already spent significant time in the Michigan svà dunes. It never wants for power, even in that situation. The ability lớn walk up the steepest dunes from nary a crawl at the bottom is telling of what’s under the hood. And with ample suspension travel, it will exceed freeway tốc độ through the open stretches, no damage done. We found airing the tires down to lớn 18 pđê mê in the front và 15 pham in the rear gave sầu it the necessary footprint khổng lồ float through the silt without risking a busted bead. The chassis’s Baja or Mud/Svà modes each seem to lớn bởi the triông chồng, & the truck’s locking rear differential works great, provided the turns aren’t tight.

WHAT WE DON’T LIKE: There’s little lớn not like. Possibly the only regret we have is that Michigan doesn’t have bigger sand dunes và utterly lacks the vast stretches of desert where the Raptor can really shine. But, being professional whiners, we found a few more gripes. The 510 lb-ft of torque coupled with our collective heavy foot will mean a new phối of tires by 25,000 or so miles. We once loaded a large cabinet in the bed và had khổng lồ give sầu the tailgate a shove khổng lồ get it closed. The result was enough pressure on the tailgate that the electronic release wouldn’t, well, release. We lost some skin on a finger tripping the release manually, and that’s on us. But this is a truông chồng. There should be a better solution.

WHAT WENT WRONG: At 6500 miles our Raptor’s right-front tire developed a bulge in the sidewall. It’s possible a senior staffer may have sầu launched the Raptor over a curb in a desperate attempt to lớn escape traffic. It’s also possible the tire fairy gave us a defective sầu tire. That was a $228 hit. No one—especially not the fairy—is saying anything.

We also spent $66 on an uneventful oil change, tire rotation, và multipoint inspection at 10,000 miles. The dealer swapped the air filter at that service as well because the original was lightly oil-soaked—presumably a result of the engine’s exhaust-gas-recirculation system allowing oil into lớn the intake. But at 16,864 miles there’s no oil in the new filter or in the intake. We’re keeping an eye on it.

WHERE WE WENT: Over its first 16,000-plus miles, the Raptor’s farthest journeys have sầu been Michigan-based—three to lớn the Silver Lake S& Dunes for good thrashings and one to lớn Hale for the Michigan Mud Jam, a festival of culture và aromas unlượt thích any other. We even drove the big hoss down khổng lồ Ohio once or twice, but nothing exciting ever happens there.

Months in Fleet: 5 months Current Mileage: 16,864 milesAverage Fuel Economy: 15 mpgFuel Tank Size: 36.0 gal Fuel Range: 540 milesService: $66 Normal Wear: $0 Repair: $0Damage and Destruction: $228

When it comes khổng lồ traversing Michigan potholes, there are two strategies. Most folks employ the balanced-human approach: Plod through the minefield carefully, taking it easy in hopes nothing gets bent. The second tactic requires more, well, let’s điện thoại tư vấn it commitment. Every vehicle has a safe tốc độ at which it will fly right over the craters, occasionally skimming their edges but never dropping a wheel far enough below the surface to vày damage. It’s the automotive equivalent of a supercross racer in the whoops. When perfectly executed, both are effective sầu means lớn get trang chủ. Strategy two comes with the reward of getting there sooner và the risk of, say, removing an axle from the vehicle.

Until now, this was an actual dilemma.

Our long-term Ford F-150 Raptor SuperCrew, then, is a $64,800, 450-hp dilemma killer. That it tears a commercial-truck-sized hole in the atmosphere while completing a 14.2-second quarter-mile at 97 mph and hits 60 mph in only 5.5 seconds, well, those things are just gravy.

So, you see, owning a Raptor in Michigan is simply pragmatic. Here, the road shoulders are a burial ground for long-dead Caprices, Plymouths, Silverados, và, yes, F-150s that couldn’t haông chồng the wet, freezing misery. What better way to celebrate potholes, frost heaves, and shweckled wheels than khổng lồ embrace them with a truchồng unburdened by such concerns? We couldn’t think of one, so we ordered a Raptor lớn chạy thử for 40,000 miles.


Fortunately, every Raptor comes with the same wildly capable hardware: a twin-turbo 3.5-liter V-6, a 10-tốc độ automatic transmission, BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires, Fox dampers, and a penchant for inducing poor impulse control.

And what would a gratuitous truchồng be without a gratuitous options list? Ours is loaded with $11,660 in add-ons, starting with the $9345 Equipment Group 802A, which supplies a Torsen limited-slip front differential (a locking rear diff is standard), 360-degree cameras, remote start, dual-zone automatic climate control, Sync 3 infotainment, a trailer-brake controller & backup assist, and more. We then piled on these à la carte additions: 17-inch forged-aluminum wheels, a heated steering wheel, second-row heated seats, a tailgate step, & a spray-in bedliner. And, of course, ours is dark gray—Magnetic, in Ford-speak—with blaông xã wheels.

Outrageous Utility

Just for sport, we’ve sầu begun lining up Michigan’s ever-sprouting potholes and smoothing them lớn cream with the Raptor’s ever-buttery bypass dampers. Emboldened by its prodigious amounts of wheel travel—13.0 inches in front và 13.9 at the rear—we’ve taken to charging through more than road imperfections, however. Periodically, we run through our local off-road park—sideways, of course—just to send the locals inlớn a tailspin as the Raptor chews through dirt mounds and rooster tails every s& wash, spewing an unending stream of Michigan alfisols from all four tires. Did we mention its 510 lb-ft of torque?

It flies—và lands, even—with substantially more poise than any three-ton wingless vehicle should. It is also, by a wide margin, the most popular vehicle in our long-term fleet. And that’s a fleet that currently includes a Chevrolet Corvette Grvà Thể Thao, a Ford Shelby GT350, và a Porsbịt 718 Boxster S. Drawing weekkết thúc reservations months in advance, the big Ford is in as much demvà as a $40 per night VRBO on Monaco’s Mirabeau corner.

It’s a machine that perfectly aligns your wants: “I might be middle-aged, but I still indulge the occasional airborne railroad crossing,” with your needs: “I have sầu two dorky kids and a ton of crap lớn haul around.” On và on, it is the embodiment of outrageous—massive sầu, coarse, rapid, & capable of eating curbs at freeway speeds. It is to subtlety what Charlie Sheen is khổng lồ decorum. Yet, as an everyday vehicle, it’s also feature rich, stunningly comfortable, & remarkably easy to live with. The big goofball is perfectly happy lớn cruise the expressway in quiet, frost-heave pooh-poohing ease.

Big, Bad, Bold

Its corpulence doesn’t prsự kiện it from being easy on the eyes. More than six inches wider than a standard F-150 và beefed up with flared fenders front and rear, the thing is a distinguished giant. It’s also fraught with styling that reveals its goods, lượt thích holes in the front bumper lớn show off its beefy suspension pieces & the 3.0-inch-diameter dampers that help it stvà proud of Michigan’s countless volumes of matter-of-fact pickups.

But beneath all its desert-hammering skin, there’s still a real, usable four-door pickup capable of towing an 8000-pound trailer, hauling 1200 pounds in its bed, và taking those dorks khổng lồ school. This duality is what makes the Raptor so appealing. We’re looking forward lớn the next 35,000 miles. (Bonus: The odometer doesn’t measure distance traveled off the ground.)

Thus far, about 5000 miles in, we’ve discovered only three faults: Ten is too many gears. It’s too wide for at least one local oto wash. At full throttle, it honks like a Pontiac Sunbird in the Holl& Tunnel.

But, good Lord, nothing has ever cared less about potholes.

Months in Fleet: 2 months Current Mileage: 5113 milesAverage Fuel Economy: 14 mpgFuel Tank Size: 36.0 gal Fuel Range: 500 milesService: $0 Normal Wear: $0 Repair: $0


VEHICLE TYPE: front-engine, rear/all-wheel-drive sầu, 5-passenger, 4-door pickup

PRICE AS TESTED: $64,800 (base price: $53,140)

ENGINE TYPE: twin-turbocharged & intercooled DOHC 24-valve V-6, aluminum bloông xã and heads, port and direct fuel injection

Displacement: 213 cu in, 3496 ccPower: 450 hp
3500 rpm

TRANSMISSION: 10-speed automatic with manual shifting mode

DIMENSIONSWheelbase: 146.0 inLength: 231.9 inWidth: 86.3 inHeight: 78.5 inPassenger volume: 136 cu ftCurb weight: 5890 lb

PERFORMANCE (NEW)Zero khổng lồ 60 mph: 5.5 secZero to lớn 100 mph: 15.4 secRolling start, 5-60 mph: 6.1 secTop gear, 30-50 mph: 4.1 secTop gear, 50-70 mph: 4.2 secStanding ¼-mile: 14.2 sec
97 mphTop speed (governor limited): 108 mphBraking, 70-0 mph: 212 ftRoadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad: 0.69 g

PERFORMANCE (40,000 MILES)Zero khổng lồ 60 mph: 6.0 secZero to 100 mph: 17.9 secRolling start, 5-60 mph: 6.5 secTop gear, 30-50 mph: 4.4 secTop gear, 50-70 mph: 4.5 secStanding ¼-mile: 14.7 sec
93 mphTop speed (governor limited): 108 mphBraking, 70-0 mph: 215 ftRoadholding, 300-ft-dia skidpad: 0.70 g

C/D FUEL ECONOMYObserved: 14 mpgUnscheduled oil additions: 0 qt

WARRANTY3 years/36,000 miles bumper lớn bumper;5 years/60,000 miles powertrain;5 years/unlimited miles corrosion protection;5 years/60,000 miles roadside assistance

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