Ford F150 are best selling truck in America. 1997 ford f150, ford f150 Heritage 1990 ford f150, 1994 ford f150, 1987 ford f150, 1991 ford f150, 1978 ford f150, 1992 ford f150, 2004 f150, 1979 ford f150 and also 2005 f150 was reviews in here.
1997 Ford F150 Report
From ED (CA) on Friday, August 23, 2013
” 1997 ford f150 Getting approximately 12-14 mpg. That it was a shocker for a first time truck owner. The Especially now that gas is nearly $3/gal. But the past I have the 5.4L V8 with 4 wheel drive. I may reconsider the four wheel drive on my truck purchase. I bought my truck new in December 1997. For the most part I have kept up with the maintenance schedule prescribed by Ford. I love my truck and don’t know as a home owner how I ever got along without it. As the far as comparing one make of the truck to another, I could care less! If the others provide the same maintenance free service as mine, awesome.
1997 Ford F150 Heritage Report
From Stu (CT) on Monday, August 12, 2013
“I have F150 Heritage, this is proven itself as a very reliable pickup truck. The Everything in it is original, no replacement F150 Heritage parts except for a brake light and a license light. For a pickup, F150 Heritage has been relatively cheap on gas. Even at 200000 miles it gets around 17.5 highway. F150 Heritage still has no rattles and everything works; electric windows, AC, cruise control, remote mirrors. The paint still shines and it has very little rust. The seats of F150 Heritage are comfortable on long trips and the cab is quiet.”
2013 Ford F150 Crew XLT
From GoNoF150Crew XLT (CA) on Thursday, August 22, 2013
“I has bought the F150 Crew XLT with the 4.6 L. The 2013 Ford F150 Crew XLT Engine started making ticking sound after 10K, the dealer says it is normal for the fuel injection. 2013 Ford F150 Crew XLT is annoying as it can get loud depending on the weather season. The transsmission of 2013 Ford F150 Crew XLT went out after 40K. Thank of 2013 Ford F150 Crew XLT are goodness I bought the extended warranty. the entire transmission had to be replaced. The truck is very comfortable to drive and has plently of power, however the transsmission does’t seem to shift properly especially on steep hills. 2013 Ford F150 Crew XLT seems to have a hard time deciding which gear to go into when on a hill and can get sluggish. The cup of 2013 Ford F150 Crew XLT holders could be bigger or have the ability to adjust like my old Dodge.