Also earning high marks are the stowable bed extender and beefy cargo management system. Ford also paid special attention to the seats, which are some of the most comfortable in our experience. Smooth ride lots of power, handles like a high performance car and yet it is very comfortable with a pleasant ride and just enough engine sound to let you know there's some power under the hood. I work a truck hard here on our farm. Seats are very comfortable for the long haul. I bought it at a low price and intend to keep it going for years. Parts of the exterior of the transmission were not covered under the warranty and we still had to pay for the rental vehicle.
Current there is about 70 000 km on it. The F-150 is expected to retain a better-than-average residual value, with the SuperCrew models at the top of the chart, followed by the Regular Cab and then the Super Cab. My F-150 — Best truck ever : Tows incredible, drives excellent, looks the best, great technology with computer screen, quality is over the top, the truck turns heads every time, comfort on long trips is quite the blessing! Tailgate Step Designed to deal with the awkward and potentially dangerous chore of getting into the pickup truck's bed, the integrated tailgate step scored big. Price is a little higher in the F150 king ranch but I think its worth it for all the extras that come with the truck. This truck is driven on pavement 95% of the time, generally on the highway. It's comfortable, very roomy, looks great, and the 4. Our two favorites are the integral tailgate step that makes clambering into the box easy and the spring-out box side steps that make reaching into the vehicle's deep cargo box much more convenient.
With this in mind, Ford engineers have built in class-leading capabilities in both these areas while, at the same time, boosting fuel economy across the board. The truck is extremely spacious and great for camping, towing and fishing trips. It deploys easily and even offers a safety hand-hold. Last but not least the heated and cooled seats wrapped in authentic king ranch leather makes for a very comfortable ride. So if you want a reliable, quiet, economic truck, by all means. Such slots can be undesirable for many vehicles.
All in all its a great ride. At 60 000 The brake sensor needed to be replaced, as without it you cannot put the truck into gear At 70 000 the hanger bearing went on the truck which then cut the drive shaft in half. For those who really use their pickup trucks as trucks, the F-150 offers some exclusive options that are right on the money. It is under-coated every winter and is given synthetic oil changes every 4000 km. Each version also offered ample power, good acceleration and a level of steering feel and control that belied its size and heft. Absolutely would buy it again.
Perfect for pulling your trailer on summer vacation. Trips back to the fields across pastures and plowed fields are rough but the F150 just keeps going. Plenty of power, great handling better than some cars and it looks great. Our off-road excursions in the well-equipped four-by-four versions of the truck demonstrated it has the goods to get it done in muck and mire as well. From skidding logs from the forest to towing a trailer full of skids, the truck just keeps truckin! The navigation system works flawlessly and never steers you wrong. Ford promises that diesel and new EcoBoost high-fuel-efficiency engines will be available in the 2010 model year. Very reliable; extremely comfortable; back seat space is huge and convenient for hauling things other then people.
My Wife loves to drive this truck around town and has no problem backing out of parking spaces, parallel parking or getting the kids in and out. Roomy SuperCrew Cab The cab in the 2010 SuperCrew has been stretched six inches compared to the 2008 model, and the interior is transformed. More room then you know what to do with. Great Truck — Every thing about this truck was well thought out from the flip up seats in the back seat to the variety of steps around the cargo bed. It is hard to imagine a more inauspicious time to have introduced a new full-size pickup truck — with the possible exception of the Eve of Destruction — but last year's introduction of the all-new Ford F-150 seems to have defied the odds of failure. Do you want a gasoline engine or a gasoline engine? Truck has been flawless, Great vehicle for work or pleasure well maintained interior is mint. Primary Use: Commuting to work All Around The Best Car I Have Owned.
I can carry 6 people with extra room and a truck bed full of crap while pulling a trailer full of crap in air conditioned luxury with the stereo going crusing down the highway at 75. Even with all season tires, I get through mud and snow if I have a load in the back. On the job site, farm or even just the pavement this truck will get it done and done in style, oh yeah it doesn't mind getting a little airborne. This truck has some excellent features unfortunately it seems there is always something wrong with it. Shouldering its way into the U. Almost 50k km and so far so good and im so happy with my purchased. If it got better fuel economy it would be perfect - but its a big truck.
Ordered it from the factory. But other 4x4 trucks of this size are around the same mpg. Starting is always easy, even in cold weather and the air conditioner works great in the hot weather. Instead, each and every version of the F-150 we've driven offered exceptional ride quality — no shudders, hops or hiccups — and a level of quiet that was startling. The 2010 Ford F-150 comes in flavors ranging from plain vanilla all the way to banana split with whipped cream, nuts and sprinkles, but one thing all levels share is a robust, hydro-formed, boxed-section chassis that offers 10-percent greater torsional rigidity while actually being lighter than the previous generation's frame. The center console was lengthened from the previous version by two inches so it can easily accommodate two or more laptops, and it even has ridges so it can accept file folders.
Primary Use: Commuting to work Pros: The F150 king ranch with the 5. Somewhere in between those two extremes is where most buyers will find themselves. But don't think they skimped on creature comforts, as the 2010 Ford F-150 offers increasing levels of luxury from among its 35 variants. The 4x4 on this truck works great and has never left me stuck anywhere. We had the Supercrew that was so roomy you could easily sleep in it.
Vehicle Details The 2010 Ford F-150's interior is both attractive and functional. Very quiet with great gas mileage. Perhaps most impressive was the towing demonstration in which we hauled 20-foot trailers with absolutely zero drama, thanks in large part to the pickup's trailer sway control, rearview camera and integrated trailer brake controller, a segment first. Sony audiophile sound system is the best I've ever heard; sub woofer is amazing; vocals crystal clear. Primary Use: Commuting to work Mean Looking Truck — overall its a great truck to have. The cooled and heated seats are a great feature and come in handy on hot or cold days. Perhaps the only shortfall with the 2010 F-150 is the lack of a diesel option, but the three gasoline engines available — all V8s — offer reasonable fuel economy, aided significantly by the addition of six-speed automatic transmissions in many of the truck's trim levels.