Have had this truck over 5 years now. It is not perfect but darn close. Have not had any real problems so far. I have had it back to the shop only once and that was for some door moulding that was coming loose. I don't put many miles on this truck each year but it has performed great so far. Fuel mileage could be better but hey, it's a truck. Finish/paint looks as good as the day I bought it. Probably only real complaint is road/wind noise. Some of that may be due to tires. Would not hesitate to buy this vehicle all over again.
Interior design. Good visibility. CD/radio system. Good solid feel to the ride and steering.
After bad experiences with Aerostar, Ranger and Taurus I vowed never to buy another Ford. F-150 Heritage 4.6L is the best truck/vehicle I've owned. Looked at new versions and Tundra, but like the size and looks of 97-2004 F-150s. Tight turning and great ride/handling. More front room than Tundra. Thought 4.6L was too small when test drove new F-150s but works well in Heritage. Hope I can haul small toy hauler with 3:31 rear end. Mileage better than my 3.0L Ranger.
Turning and handling.
Bucket seats standard with center floor console. Better location of jack.
Found On Road Dead? No way is this
what FORD stands for. The Ford F-150
Heritage is a great truck to celebrate
100 years in automotive industry. The
vehicle handles well, is well-designed,
and is great for making hauls. Ford
continues to outshine and outperform
all other brands with vehicles like
this. Congrats, Ford, on a job well
Four doors in the Supercab makes it
easier to transport groceries and the
Possibly make improvements to the fuel
economy of the vehicle. Other than
that, pure perfection!!!
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