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Customer Review Summary for Ford F150
Just what I expected - does a good job!
2013 Ford F150Don Restricted - Huntsville, TX05/20/2015
This was a pre-owned company truck with 48,000 miles. As expected it showed some normal signs of wear but also signs of good maintenance. Put fresh tires and shocks, wash and polished - good to go! I use it to pull my small travel trailer and have put about 15,000 miles on it with out a problem. Gas mileage when towing is 13-15 (@65-75mph more often 13), solo 18-20 (not often 20 though). Happy with this truck.
2014 Ford F150D P - Minneapolis, MN01/20/2017
Realistically, I'm not sure I would recommend it. It's neither great nor totally subpar. Just meh.
After 6 months of ownership it feels like my previous two trucks (Toyota Tundra and Chevy Avalanche) were a better built vehicles. There is a brake recall regarding the master cylinder that is nearly a year old that Ford does not have a fix for yet.
It is easy to tell that Ford is only concerned with getting these trucks manufactured as fast as they can to maintain market share without a huge concern for quality.
Its a love/hate relationship.
2006 Ford F150Robert Langdon - Palm Springs, CA02/22/2016
to keep buyers from purchasing anything General Motors. I've had seven Ford trucks, 3 diesels and 4 gas. Four were new and 3 used. Overall I love Ford trucks. I've had more problems with my latest purchase, but I'm still pro Ford. My biggest gripe are with the service centers at Ford dealers. They aren't even subtle about the outrageous costs and estimates. They'll shake your hand, pat you on the shoulder and screw you to the wall without so much as a kiss. I steer clear entirely.