2004 Ford F-150 Regular Cab 2dr Regular Cab XLT Rwd Styleside 6.5 ft. SB (4.6L 8cyl 4A)
The wind noise is excessive. I've had
the sliding back window replaced twice
and still problem exists. I cannot even
listen to radio or carry on a normal
conversation. I drive the truck 100
miles to work and back every day so it
is very dissapointing. I bought the
truck on Jan 1 and it has been in the
shop three times. It also has a
significant electrical burning smell
the dealer tells me is typical. I think
I got a lemon!
Over all style and depth of the bed are
outstanding. I've also come to really
appreciate the tray unit on the dash.
Lower the signal switch. Reduce the
noise level, improve the gas mileage.
2004 Ford F-150 Regular Cab 2dr Regular Cab STX Rwd Flareside 6.5 ft. SB (4.6L 8cyl 4A)
The only thing I would change is I have
a STX-150 and it is a great truck but
rolling down the window is difficult
because it is so low. Other than that
really enjoy my new F-150, switched
from Chevy to Ford and a great move
Comfort level is great, 6 disk CD
player and the deep bed also very quite
2004 Ford F-150 Regular Cab 2dr Regular Cab STX Rwd Styleside 6.5 ft. SB (4.6L 8cyl 4A)
Ford has come from the past and now
looks toward the futer with the new F-
150. The exterior style speaks for
itself, the sleek tough look rather
than the massive bulkiness looks like a
roughneck on a Sunday drive,everyday!
The interior design is roomy and
comfortable with nice style. Although
there is room for design improvement,
there is a feeling of pride when guests
enter the cab.
Entire design,steering radius,sound
system,quality/heaviness of the
truck,material on seats,four doors on
Driver's wiper doesn't clear far enough
to the left, CD player doesn't work in
the cold. Too new for further critisim!
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