The TRX’s residual value increases to 58 percent for a 12,000-mile-per-year lease and to 59 percent for 10,000 miles a year. Comparatively, the Raptor fares better with a 63-percent residual value for 15,000 miles. That jumps to 65 percent for 12,000-mile-per-year leases and 68 percent for 10,500 miles a year. These numbers could change, though. A V8 variant will arrive in 2022 to better compete against the TRX, and Ford still has yet to release the performance specs for the standard 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 that powers the pickup.
Ram came out swinging with the TRX, slipping the SRT Hellcat motor under its bulging hood. The mill – the supercharged 6.2-liter V8 that helps the Demon terrorize the drag strip – produces 702 horsepower (523 kilowatts) and 650 pound-feet (881 Newton-meters) of torque. That blows the Raptor’s EcoBoost and its 450 hp (336 kW) out of the water. We’ll see how this fight translates to the showroom floor.
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