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Guys, anyone here owns pickups such as Ford Raptor?

I am thinking of buying one to bring my dogs and family around.

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11 minutes ago, Krieger said:

Guys, anyone here owns pickups such as Ford Raptor?

I am thinking of buying one to bring my dogs and family around.

regards

In Singapore?
I don’t think anyone will to pay $170k to drive 70km/h

I always drive MY fren wildtrak in KL. Same engine diff suspension 

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16 minutes ago, inlinesix said:

In Singapore?
I don’t think anyone will to pay $170k to drive 70km/h

I always drive MY fren wildtrak in KL. Same engine diff suspension 

if pay $70k can drive 170km/h, I think our every "E" everyday pack with pick ups....[:p][laugh][laugh]

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37 minutes ago, Tianmo said:

if pay $70k can drive 170km/h, I think our every "E" everyday pack with pick ups....[:p][laugh][laugh]

70k (Bnb used car) can definitely drive at 170 km/h. 

But you may need to continue your journey in a hearse. 😂

(All jokes aside, my comment pertainins to true Bnb cars not designed (or modified) for high performance. It is possible to spend less than 70k on a car like a used WRX and do it reasonably safely).

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I always see one in woodlands area. The raptor really got road presence and I'm surprised it is actually road legal in sg. But I think alot of cp cannot go in. 😁

If I'm not wrong, you need to register a company in sg to buy a pickup or van.

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2 minutes ago, Stratovarius said:

I always see one in woodlands area. The raptor really got road presence and I'm surprised it is actually road legal in sg. But I think alot of cp cannot go in. 😁

If I'm not wrong, you need to register a company in sg to buy a pickup or van.

In general, Ford Ranger Is much bigger and taller than Hilux and Triton.

Raptor is designed to go off-road. Not haul goods.

With it’s height of 1.9m, it is difficult to get in.

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2 hours ago, Krieger said:

Guys, anyone here owns pickups such as Ford Raptor?

I am thinking of buying one to bring my dogs and family around.

regards

 

Hi, Please try to state the title as clear as possible, so that it will increase the participation rate by the other forumers.

I have updated your title on your behalf.

I don't think it is safe to leave your dog at the open deck when you are driving on the highway. And any ordinary car can also do the ferrying of a dog. Why need pick up?

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6 minutes ago, kobayashiGT said:

Hi, Please try to state the title as clear as possible, so that it will increase the participation rate by the other forumers.

I have updated your title on your behalf.

I don't think it is safe to leave your dog at the open deck when you are driving on the highway. And any ordinary car can also do the ferrying of a dog. Why need pick up?

Just instal Canopy

http://www.carryboycanopy.com/sr5/

You safely carry dog in cargo deck.

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1 hour ago, kobayashiGT said:

Woah. Like that dog life is better than mine leh. hahahah. 🤣

I wanna be a dog also in my next life.

No air cond inside 

Very hot hor

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1 hour ago, kobayashiGT said:

 And any ordinary car can also do the ferrying of a dog. Why need pick up?

He said "dogs". Maybe he has a pack of malamutes? :wub:

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5 hours ago, Turboflat4 said:

70k (Bnb used car) can definitely drive at 170 km/h. 

But you may need to continue your journey in a hearse. 😂

(All jokes aside, my comment pertainins to true Bnb cars not designed (or modified) for high performance. It is possible to spend less than 70k on a car like a used WRX and do it reasonably safely).

I am full time part time hearse driver hor, everyday my journey starts, continue, and ends in a hearse, no need $70k and no have 170km/h. no believe ask @RadX, he owns the vehicle, I drive only...[:p][laugh][laugh]

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