Ford Raptor Tackles SoCal Off-Road Park in Style

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Here’s a video demonstration of the proper way to use your shiny new Ford Raptor.

The Ford Raptor isn’t built solely for grinding out the daily commute to work. Though it’s pretty darn good at that, too. No, this off-road specialty was made to handle the toughest conditions Mother Nature can throw at it. And in the process, Ford built the most capable truck you can buy off the showroom floor. So it’s only appropriate that owners of the awesome new Raptor take advantage of those capabilities.

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There might not be a better place on earth to do that than the beautiful and rugged confines of the Azusa Canyon OHV (off-highway vehicle) Area. A short distance from crowded SoCal roads, Azusa offers up 150 acres of unmatched physical terrain sure to challenge any seasoned off-roader. But before you pack up your gear and head out, check out this highly informational video from 420 Motors.

Heck, even if you’re not in a position to test out these trails, it’s still worth a watch. Mostly because you get to see a new Ford Raptor doing donuts and generally conquering everything it comes across. And did we mention donuts? Because there are a lot of those. But once that’s finally over, it’s time to watch this Ford Raptor tackle water crossings, rocks, and steep hills.

Brett Foote is a longtime contributor to Internet Brands’ Auto sites, including Chevrolet Forum, Rennlist, and Ford Truck Enthusiasts, among other sites.

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