Everything, including the electronics
The ride was like a luxury car and gas
milage on the highway was a consistent
17mpg. However, when I towed my trailer
the mileage and power went drastically
down. The 5.4 engine is great, however
the rear axle 373 can't handle the
load. I suggest that if one wants to
tow a 6000 lb. trailer, buy a power
stroke diesel (like i just did).
Towing with a 5.4/373 axle is not meant
for towing much weight (I found). I
needed to bring up my rmp's to abuot
4000 in 1st gear (automatic) and then
go up the big grades at 35 mph.
The captains' chairs are superior and
very comfortable. The automatic
selection for driver 1 and driver 2 is
very convienient. The 6 change CD
player worked great and we bought an
extra changer at the Ford store to
carry extra cd's with us on long trips
I had wished that the vehicle had an
option of a beefed up engine, drive
train and 410 axle for towing. The
overdrive will assist in good gas
mileage when not towing.
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