Second F-150 XL Supercab my company has
leased for my use.4.6,ARE cover,auto,&
3.08 gears.22.6mpg on straight hwy run
with 1,000 lb of tools & parts.The '98
I had was getting 19-20 mpg.Have had
experience with four different Ford
vehicles with 4.6 V-8.NONE of my Fords
rattle or squeak.Steve Marsh Ford in
W.Tenn.the greatest for service.
Quiet,smooth ride.Good stereo,CD player.
Great,solid truck.VERY dependable,has to
be for my work.Great fit & finish.REAL
quality you don't have to pay a fortune
Maybe a fold-down armrest for standard
front bench seat.
2002 Ford F-150 4dr SuperCrew King Ranch 4WD Styleside SB (4.6L 8cyl 4A)
Overall Great truck. Ride and power
are excellent. Have had a few computer
problems so the jury is still out on
how well it is built. Overall I love
the vehicle and I am going to purchase
an extended warranty because I want to
keep this one for a long time.
THIS TRUCK IS THE MOST SOLIDLY BUILT
VEHICLE I'VE EVER OWNED OR DRIVEN. IT
HAS A 5.4 LITER ENGINE WHICH HAS PLENTY
OF POWER. I'VE ADDED BIGGER & WIDER
TIRES FOR BETTER WET WEATHER DRIVING.
THIS TRUCK IS DEFINITELY BETTER QUALITY
THAN FRIEND'S 2002 DODGE TRUCK.
AUTO 4WD. ADJUSTABLE PEDALS FOR
DIFFERENT DRIVERS. QUIET RIDE.
I absolutely love my Lightning. It has
the best of both worlds from the
utility of a truck to the performance
of a muscle car. The style and sound
is fantastic. The truck is quicker
than about 98% of all vehicles on the
The supercharged engine is easy to
modify if you are thinking about
upping the performance factor. There
are bolt on modifications, such as
changing the supercharger pulley, air
filter kit, and computer chip that
will push the output from 380HP to
upwards of 450HP.
The supercharger whine. Seats are
Traded up 36 years, from a 1966 Chevy
pickup to the 2002 Ford F150. Loved the
old Chevy but wouldn't have traded for
one a year newer. Ford has surpased GM
many times over since the 60s as far as
I'm concerned. Very pleased overall with
the F150, style, performance and the
feel of a very solid vehicle.
Would like to see running boards or side
steps standard to keep auto doors from
banging the exterior.