I drove this company owned truck at work for two years. When I left the job 2 years ago, I offered to buy the truck, which had about 110K on it at that time. Although I have owned the truck for only two years, I have driven it for four, since it had 60K on the odometer. The brake rotors were replaced at 60K, but other than that, this truck has never had any maintenance/reliability issues. None. Only issues: Mileage. 4.7L gets 17 hwy, 11 in town. Brakes are not impressive. I am sure that I have been very lucky, but this has been the most worry-free vehicle I have ever owned.
Interior room. Power! Comfort
Gas mileage hurts! If you do a lot of in-town driving, stay away from this otherwise great truck!
I have had no problems with this
truck. Use it daily for a country
paper route of 79 miles per morning
and love the gas mileage. Also use it
for my small farm. Will tale 28 bales
of hay and 1,000 pounds of cattle feed
with no problems but have been told I
need to get heavier duty shock
absorbers for the cattle feed by my
mechanic. Handles very nicely.
The interior is very roomy. Not
comfortable for an adult in the back
but have a 12 tr old daughter who
loves it back there.
Make seating more comfortable and
improve on the leg room in the rear
bench area. Also make manual side
mirrors with inside adjuster standard
equipment. I am also a Ford man
usually but love this little truck.
A year to go on my lease and I can't
wait to get back into a car. This truck
combines poor gas mileage with mediocre
performance, a great combination. It is
truly gutless. Ride, handling and
braking are also poor. It desperately
needs a third door for rear seat access
which is truly awkward. It is also
helpless during Michigan winters
without snow tires.
Looks and build quality. No rattles or
squeaks after two years.
More power for the V-6. Better gas
mileage, ride, handling and braking.
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