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2017 Ford
F250

$34,899* 40K miles
CarMax Laurel
Free Transfer to your store - MD to VA
Free Transfer to your store - MD to VA
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Location: CarMax Laurel in Laurel, Maryland 20723
Description: Used 2017 Ford F250 XLT for sale - $34,899, 40,726 miles with Long Bed, Flex Fuel Vehicle, 4WD/AWD, Satellite Radio Ready, Parking Sensors, Rear View Camera
Transmission: Automatic Color:White Interior Color: Gray Average Vehicle Review: (5 reviews) I've been a Ford man since my first one 1953 Ford Convertible in 1958. Over the years I've wandered away from the brand - Chevy, Volvo, Dodge, VW, etc. But in the end I always went back to Ford. The reason? Most dependable, long lasting, and always a pleasure to own and drive.

2016 Ford
F250

$35,998* 30K miles
CarMax King of Prussia
Free Transfer to your store - PA to VA
Free Transfer to your store - PA to VA
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Location: CarMax King of Prussia in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19406
Description: Used 2016 Ford F250 XLT for sale - $35,998, 30,267 miles with Flex Fuel Vehicle, Bed Cover, 4WD/AWD, Satellite Radio Ready, Bed Liner, Running Boards
Transmission: Automatic Color:White Interior Color: Gray Average Vehicle Review: (5 reviews) My 2008 6.4 litre Diesel has the poorest milage of all Ford Diesels thus far. Does not make a lot of sense to be going backwards. You pay more for diesel, more for fuel than gas, more for upkeep, and milage is less it seems than gas. What incentive is to have a diesel now. Mine has 21,000 and I get 11-12 mpg daily. 9 mpg towing my horse trailer. Empty and keeping it below 70 I get 14 mpg. The last 6.0 litre I got 16-17 mpg. The last 7.3 litre I got around 20 mpg. That to me is going backwards. I am paying more for less. The comfort is great and truck looks great as it should for $60k. Not many more toys could be put on it. But when it does it's regeneration (cleaning exhaust filter) that takes about 12 miles and does it around every 100-150 miles and seams to use about a 1/8 of tank of fuel is not impressive as it whines up and down during the process. I have had two 7.3's. two 6.0's and now this 6.4. This will probably be my last diesel and Ford if they don't do something drastic. Come on guys, we should being going forward.

Reviews for Ford F250

Overall Rating

4.5 out of 5(130 reviews)

Another Great Experience

Solid and in great shape

- Charles F., 2008 Ford F250

What Happened Ford Diesel?

My 2008 6.4 litre Diesel has the poorest milage of all Ford Diesels thus far. Does not make a lot of sense to be going backwards. You pay more for diesel, more for fuel than gas, more for upkeep, and milage is less it seems than gas. What incentive is to have a diesel now. Mine has 21,000 and I get 11-12 mpg daily. 9 mpg towing my horse trailer. Empty and keeping it below 70 I get 14 mpg. The last 6.0 litre I got 16-17 mpg. The last 7.3 litre I got around 20 mpg. That to me is going backwards. I am paying more for less. The comfort is great and truck looks great as it should for $60k. Not many more toys could be put on it. But when it does it's regeneration (cleaning exhaust filter) that takes about 12 miles and does it around every 100-150 miles and seams to use about a 1/8 of tank of fuel is not impressive as it whines up and down during the process. I have had two 7.3's. two 6.0's and now this 6.4. This will probably be my last diesel and Ford if they don't do something drastic. Come on guys, we should being going forward.

- KingRanchRider, 2008 Ford F250

Best truck I've ever owned

I've been a Ford man since my first one 1953 Ford Convertible in 1958. Over the years I've wandered away from the brand - Chevy, Volvo, Dodge, VW, etc. But in the end I always went back to Ford. The reason? Most dependable, long lasting, and always a pleasure to own and drive.

- Russell Ehlert, 2013 Ford F250

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