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.
Nice looking truck however......
2010 Ford F150Jory - Guthrie, OK11/17/2014
There are a lot of things i like and maybe the one i bough has had some rough handling prior to my purchase but thought it would be OK with only 50,000 miles. The drive train jerks like it has slack in the joints or the transmission or rear end. I traded in a 2008 GMC diesel with over 280,000 miles that was still tight and shifting smoothly. Also the 5.4 liter V8 is way under powered in my opinion for a truck this size. When switched into 4 wheel drive mode the vehicle also feels odd compared to the GMC.
King Ranch is the king of the road!
2013 Ford F150Joseph Smith - Suwanee, GA10/12/2015
Simply a great truck. From around town to four wheel drive to towing it has worked flawlessly. Averaging 16 miles to the gallon but with the hp of the v6 twin turbo, truck has plenty of go. Super comfortable
and I love the styling. Third truck I've owned, favorite by far over F150 Supercrew ( which was still a great truck) and a loaded Nissan Titan.
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