Jr87mustang

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I can't think of a time when Ford offered an engine upgrade for $300. Maybe on the 1965 Mustang. On our Escape, going from the 1.6 to the 2.0 (both turbo I4) was $1000. So, going from 2.0 single-turbo I4 to 2.7 twin-turbo V6 for $1895 is what I expected. Also, that's the upgrade price on any Bronco trim. Particularly note that's the price on Outer Banks, which already includes the automatic. To summarize:

$1895 for the V6 upgrade, regardless of trim
$1595 for the 10-speed auto upgrade (required if getting the V6 and not already included in the trim)

If you need both (as in Badlands), you're looking at about $3500 MSRP.
Its only $800 to go from 2.7 to 5.0 for F-150 and from 5.0 to 3.5 is only $600





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Meh, I'll take the peasant-sized screen. Who needs 12" anyway? (do NOT answer that).
I know you said, "do not answer," but I look at it this way. 6-7 years ago, some people didn't want to opt-up for an 8" screen over their 4-5" screens. "Who needs 8" anyway?" :) Now, those little screens seem tiny today and the 8" screens seem average. In 10 years, a 12" screen might be average. I wouldn't tell someone to get the upgrade for that reason only, but I doubt anyone complains the larger screens are too big.
 

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Once ordering starts, my dealer will give me some sample orders that shows MSRP and Invoice pricing side by side. I will post them when I get them.

Below are 2 sample Raptor orders my dealership provided in early 2019:

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Ah the old green screen report, scrambled eggs...

I like the new ones from WBDO much cleaner...
 

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Its only $800 to go from 2.7 to 5.0 for F-150 and from 5.0 to 3.5 is only $600
Not exactly apples-to-apples, though, considering turbos and cylinder counts.
From the 2.7 to the 5.0 drops two turbos.
To go from the base V6 to the 5.0 is $1,995. That's just two more cylinders and no turbos.
To go from the 2.7 TT V6 to the 3.5 TT V6 is $1,400. That's essentially just a larger bore. (Yes, I know different engine families, but turbos and cylinders are the same.)

Just the cost of one additional turbo is more than half of the $1895 upgrade price.
 

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Does anyone know if the two options of 17" B black aluminum wheels are just for the wheels themselves or an upgrade and includes tires as well, mounted on vehicle?
 

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Why do tow packages cost so much? They always seems like they are way more than aftermarket.
 

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Why do tow packages cost so much? They always seems like they are way more than aftermarket.
Aftermarket is usually just the hitch, not wiring and coolers that add to the cost...

Not making an excuse for the price just a solid reason...
 

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Invoice - Holdback - Advertising Fee + $275 program fee
My father is a ford retiree, according to him, when I am ready to order, he will call in and get me a "pin#." I will provide that to the dealer. He explained A/Z is a fixed price below invoice and the price can vary from vehicle to vehicle.
 

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