I am a Ford girl, always have had Ford trucks pulling horse trailers and have NEVER let me down. My F150, which was totaled at 220,000 miles still was great and pulled strong. Have already been down to Texas, Louisiana, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania, with my F250..... Drove like a dream, highly recommend... Already has tow package including trailer breaking. I pull a goose neck and a straight trailer with NO problems.
I like my TRUCK!
2008 Ford F250Bull Brown - Nashville, TN05/03/2011
My new truck has all the features that I wanted without the new dealer price. My biggest complaint if there is one is the fuel mileage, with diesel @ $4.00 a gallon this truck gets on average 15 mpg. Now with that said---I did know that this was not the most fuel efficient vehicle when I made my purchase---so I can not complain. It has PLENTY of power and torque!
I'm always getting lots of compliments and comments on how sharp this truck looks--it's a BIG one!
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