Both the Raptor and Tremor have been designed for optimal off-road performance, but with a few key differences. Read on to learn which one is right for you.
No matter what size truck you choose, the Tremor’s updated suspension boasts more ground clearance for improved off-road handling. Redesigned bumpers and underbody skid plates provide an extra layer of protection.
The Tremor package also features locking differentials that provide 100% of available torque to the trim-specific wheels. These wheels are clad with extra-wide, all-terrain tires to aid with your off-road adventures, and help maintain your vehicle's towing and payload capacities.
The F-150 Raptor has achieved legendary status among off-road enthusiasts, and for good reason. Fender flares, sleek running lights and an imposing front grille combine for an unmistakable aesthetic that screams "beast mode!"
The Raptor has a custom frame, riding atop 35 or 37-inch all-terrain tires. The suspension system incorporates adaptive shock absorbers and provides ample ground clearance. Locking differentials are combined with multiple driving modes, each designed for a different type of terrain.
Although it is capable of crawling over just about anything, MotorTrend explains the Raptor is designed more for handling and speed.
The standard Ford F-150 Raptor already has a twin-turbocharged EcoBoost V-6 engine, but the F-150 Raptor R model, scheduled for release in 2022, will boast an even more powerful V-8 engine.
If there is a downside to the Raptor, it is that the towing and hauling capabilities are less than some other models in the F-150 range, but with a max payload of 1,400 pounds and 8,200 pounds of towing capacity, it is no slouch either.
So which is better? The Tremor or the Raptor?
However, if the size is right, you shouldn’t look past the Ford Raptor. It is beautiful to look at, boasts incredible on and off-road performance, and is faster and more agile than any truck with the Tremor package.