Our love affair with the Ford F-150 Raptor began when it launched in 2010, but blossomed with the 2017 update.
That was when the now iconic chunky frontend appeared, looking aggressive and ready to mow everything on its orbit. It had power. It had power. It had presence. It effortlessly destroyed useless (now defunct) WiFi juicers . With the advent of the 2019 model, we are pleased that the size of the Raptor has not diminished. It only grew. Here are seven reasons why.
No V-8 Needed
Certainly, legions of truckers will vehemently argue that a truck forged from American steel must have a V-8, to even be considered grand.