2012 Ford F150Glenn Carvin - Capistrano Beach, CA08/31/2015
I bought this truck because I needed the power to pull an 8500 pound trailer. The Ecoboost turbo handles it with ease. Decent everyday mileage for a pickup, 17.5 (with stringent Calif smog equipment). Smooth and quiet ride. Even smoother when towing. Nice features. Only drawback seems to be an occasional hard downshift at very low speeds, like going over speed bumps in parking lots. But it has over 100k miles, so stuff happens. Overall, very happy with it.
2013 Ford F150Donald - Manvel, TX04/22/2015
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.
2015 Ford F150mark jones - atlanta, GA09/18/2016
Pull's better than my Dodge cummings 3500. Power at all ranges when you need it. 30 mpg @ 55 mph on a trip, and its 4wd. Best truck I ever owned, 1/2 ton, 3/4 ton or 1 ton, this is the best of all. Ford did an awesome job putting this package together. Now it will suck gas under a load of boosting it.
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The best trucks for the money are out there for the finding. Check out these 10 best-selling trucks at CarMax, based on vehicles and sales data from January 1 through April 30. All of the used pickups on this list have average prices at CarMax under $25,000.