Used Ford F150 King Ranch for Sale
About the Ford F150 King Ranch
Shopping for a full-sized pickup truck with a little western flair? If so, then the Ford F150 King Ranch® is a must-see. This western-inspired trim on the rugged and capable Ford F150 boasts such features as antiqued brown leather-trimmed seats and genuine wood interior trim accents, as well as exclusive King Ranch badging inside and out on its 2014 model.
On top of its special branding, Ford F150 King Ranch models also boast powerful engine configurations and come standard in a SuperCrew cab size, which offers seating for up to six passengers. Two different bed lengths were available on the F150 King Ranch when sold new: a standard 6.5-foot bed and a shorter 5.5-foot option, so you can likely track down a used model that suits your needs.
Under the hood, exact engine configurations on the F150 King Ranch can vary by model year. On 12th-generation F150 models (2009-2014), a V8 engine was standard, although a twin-turbo 3.5L V6 engine was optional. On 13th-generation F150 King Ranch models, you'll likely find a 5.0L V8 engine, though other upgrades were available including the aforementioned 3.5L V6 turbodiesel and an even more powerful 6.2L V8.
Regardless of which model year or powertrain you end up with, a used Ford F150 King Ranch is ready to deliver the power and performance you need with that old-west spirit you love.
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Q: How long is the 2017 Ford F150 King Ranch?
A: Length of the 2017 F150 King Ranch will vary based on bed length. On models with the short (5.5-foot) bed, total length measures 231.9 inches. On models equipped with the standard (6.5-foot) bed, length is 243.7 inches.
Q: What kind of fuel economy can I expect on the 2018 Ford F150 King Ranch?
A: Fuel economy will vary based on engine size and other factors. On the rear-wheel-drive 2018 Ford F150 King Ranch with 5.0L V8 engine and 10-speed automatic transmission, fuel economy is an EPA-estimated 19 mpg combined.1 Meanwhile, on 2018 F150 King Ranch models that were equipped with the optional turbocharged 3.5L V6 and 10-speed automatic transmission, fuel economy is an EPA-estimated 21 mpg combined.1
Q: How much can the 2016 Ford F150 King Ranch tow?
A: When properly equipped, the 2016 Ford F150 King Ranch can tow up to 12,200 pounds.2
Q: Does the 2019 Ford F150 King Ranch have a V8 engine?
A: Yes, a 5.0L V8 engine is standard on the 2019 F150 King Ranch, although a turbocharged 3.5L V6 engine was also optional.
Q: Does the 2014 F150 King Ranch have remote start?
A: Yes, every 2014 F150 King Ranch is equipped with available remote start.3
1Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates for when vehicle sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See fueleconomy.gov.
2Various factors may impact towing capacity, including weight of passengers, cargo, and options/accessories.
3Remote start functionality may require the purchase of a subscription plan and/or a compatible device like a smart phone. See the owner’s manual or manufacturer website for more information.
Ford F150 King Ranch Popular Features
No matter what model year you're looking at, the F150 King Ranch is well appointed inside and out. On its 2014 model year, for instance, you'll find heated/ventilated front seats and heated rear seats to keep everybody comfortable, even on cooler days. Meanwhile, a premium Sony® sound system delivers crisp sound throughout the cabin, while wood interior trim and a brown-leather trimmed steering wheel and seats add to the western vibe.
In the 2019 model year, the King Ranch boasts a few more features, beginning with a built-in navigation system to guide you to your destination with confidence. Also improving your experience behind the wheel are LED headlights and automatic windshield wipers, which have built-in sensors to adjust operation accordingly when rain is detected. Meanwhile, the 2019 F150 King Ranch retains its old-west-inspired styling in the form of antiqued brown leather seats and steering wheel trim, wood interior accents, and exclusive badging inside and out.
Reviews for Ford F150
2010 Ford F150
I am thoroughly impressed with this vehicle. I had done my research prior to purchase. And for all the things I wanted in a 1/2 ton truck I was constantly led back to Ford. Towing, comfort, MPG, ratings. I hope to have this vehicle for a long time. CarMax has made the purchase experience a good one. With their warranty and customer service. Buying used is some times scary but they have been awesome.
I bought my 2000 Ford F250 4X4 new and still enjoy it. It hauls my 25' travel trailer with my ATV in the back with no problems. It has been extremely dependable. I traded a 91 Toyota pickup for it because I needed something bigger. I was worried about gas mileage, but losing only a couple of miles a gallon was worth it for the size, comfort and towing ability. I ake care of the truck, so I plan on it lasting for many more years.
I have loved this truck since the day I bought it. The ride is incredibly smooth. Shifts smooth, soft suspension, perfect handling. Lots of power in the V8 5.0 model. Very quick for a truck and I haven't found anything it won't tow. Most comfortable ride I've ever had towing or not. Great job Ford.
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