My first F150 was an XLT model, fully
loaded, after an accident my
replacement F150 was the same.
Last year I purchased a 2003 Taurus,
but couldn't stand being without a
truck, So I jumped at the chanced to
get a 2004 Heritage with all the
Although this is an XL model I am
getting used to crank windows and no
tilt steering. Other than that, It is
a refined version of the earlier models
with a better ride and quieter interior.
And you just can't beat the deal.
$12,000 after rebates.
It figures, Ford gets it right, then
quits making it!
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