I PURCHASED MY F-150 IN 9-2002 AND
IMMEDIATELY STARTED PULLING MY 7000 LB
5TH WHEEL CAMPER. THE FIRST TIME I
HOOKED UP THE TRUCK HAD 80 MILES ON IT.
I PULL THIS CAMPER ON AVERAGE 85 MILES
TO MY FAVORITE CAMPGROUND. I HAVE
NEVER HAD ANY PROBLEMS WITH MY TRUCK IT
HAS RAN AND PULLED FLAWLESSLY. I
AVERAGE 18 MPG WHEN I JUST DRIVE AND
ABOUT 13 WHEN PULLING MY FIFTH WHEEL.
THIS TRUCK HAS BEEN PERFECT WITH PLENTY
OF POWER, I HAVE NO PROBLEM RUNNING 75
MPH DOWN THE INTERSTATE WHILE TOWING
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 SuperCab 4dr SuperCab King Ranch 4WD Styleside SB (4.6L 8cyl 4A)
For an exclusive ride in one of the most common pickups, this is it. The leather interior
smells, feels, looks great. wouldn't trade it for a different model. My only suggestion
would be to up the performance level of the 5.4L to play with the HD's and SVT's.
Just ok. 5.4 engine still sluggish.
I added dual exhaust and a K&N filter,
it helped a little. Poor stereo, you
think they could do better. Heated
seats turn off by themselves, and
button is in a awful location. climate
control is nice. front seats very
uncomfortable, even in leather. gas
mileage 15 all the time.