I might got myself a Raptor, kind of accidentally

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Congrats!
You are no longer a dreaded diesel driver. :LOL:
And to be clear, I'm joking with you. ;)
 
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Congrats!
You are no longer a dreaded diesel driver. :LOL:
And to be clear, I'm joking with you. ;)
Thanks!
I have her for some days more and after that I still continue driving other diesel trucks as part of my job. Plus my Raptor.
So it’s still me, driving diesels and loving it :p
 


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Thanks!
I have her for some days more and after that I still continue driving other diesel trucks as part of my job. Plus my Raptor.
So it’s still me, driving diesels and loving it :p
You do you...and all is right with the world.

We look forward to seeing the new ride for sure!
 

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Congrats!
You are no longer a dreaded diesel driver. :LOL:
And to be clear, I'm joking with you. ;)
Ah ha don't knock the diesel, on Sunday, Monday, I had to drive up the coast here and back for family reasons with my wife. It's actually the first time I've ever driven my Ranger a long distance when it wasn't towing the caravan. The run up the coast was almost exactly 500 Km each way. The Ranger computer reported 8.8L/100 Km ( ~ 27 US MPG or 32 Imperial MPG) later confirmed at the bowser. Not bad at all for a 2400 Kg truck traveling on average between 100-115 Km / Hr ~ approx 60-70 MPH. Towing the 2400 Kg van ( trailer) normally doubles this.
 

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Thank you, Tracy!
These pictures may have to wait for a long time maybe. All process takes time and depends on how fast I sell Wildtrak plus about week more.
Anyway the truck is physically there, 5 min drive from my work and I could go and see it but I better won’t.
I love my Wildtrak but there are some reasons why I chose to go with gasoline this time. We’ll see how it turns out.
5 min from work? You should walk over every day at lunchtime and leave a 💋 on the windshield.
 

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That's super awesome Kristina! I assume you are very excited to get your new Ranger Raptor. Way Cool. I am jealous. I am looking forward to your pictures and review.
 
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That's super awesome Kristina! I assume you are very excited to get your new Ranger Raptor. Way Cool. I am jealous. I am looking forward to your pictures and review.
To tell the truth I’ve been feeling quite down lately. I’ve owned and sold many cars and I know letting this one finally go won’t be easy for me. 14 months and 35 000 kms together. None of my vehicles have taught me so much in such a short time and went through such adventures with me. At the moment I’m too blinded of letting Wildtrak go and not able to concentrate on waiting Raptor. I know, time will fix it :)
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