When the 2018 Raptor went on sale last year, the Super Cab model cost $49,785 plus $1,295 for destination. In December of last year, Ford raised the price by $430, which was a $330 increase in the Raptor MSRP and $100 more for destination for all F-150 models. As of last week, as CarsDirect discovered, Raptor order guides showed another price bump of $660, which was $560 added to the truck’s MSRP, and another $100 tacked onto the destination charge for all F-150 vehicles. That makes the price of the least expensive Raptor now $52,170, which is $1,090 more than when it went on sale. The Super Cab Raptor went up by the same amount, now needing $55,155 to get out the door.
For 2019, the Raptor will have new colors, electronically adjustable Fox Racing Shocks, Trail Control, beadlock capable wheels, and the option of having Recaro seats.