comfy, tows stuff good, bed has plenty tie downs top and bottom, electric assist steering makes turning easy, v6 engine has plenty guts and good fuel mileage with the 6 speed tranny, it is best truck i have owned out of 4 other brand x ones i had in past 43 years abd 400,000 plus miles i've driven over the years on my own, i am retired now but drove big trucks for thirty years and know what i am talking about.
Not bad for a work truck, difficult to maneuver.
2013 Ford F150Jim McLeod - Alexandria, VA03/30/2016
Mixed feelings, really. Good service so far, maneuverability is slightly better than a deuce-and-a-half (which is terrible). Traction is much worse than my last Ford truck (2WD Ranger). You should be over 5'10" to be able to climb into this vehicle (without running boards) or have decent visibility from it.
Best band for the buck in a truck.
2009 Ford F150Drew Humphries - Deltona, FL06/08/2015
Mine is a Lariat 5.4L supercab 4x4...overall an outstanding vehicle...other the lousy fuel economy (13.5 city) the only other peeve is the acceleration hesitation I suspect is due to emissions controls....but hey this is a truck and prolly the most comfortable and reliable vehicle I have owned to date, plus it tows up to 15K.
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