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2012 Ford F-150 Consumer Discussions

We leased a 2012 F150 new back in 2012 that has the keypad on the door. Never really thought about the the pad cause with the keyless entry we really don't feel a need....however, until you lock you?...

Ford F-150 Harley-Davidson Discontinued...

The 8th gen Accord (2008-2012) had some awful seats. The 9th gen with adjustable lumbar is MUCH better. I will say this though- the worst one I've tried was an old 1995 Ford F-150, way back before the...

at least get something off since it's a regular F-150....

Anyone here track their fuel economy over at https://www.fueleconomy.gov/? I've been doing it with the 2012 Quest I bought - I have yet to hit the EPA numbers and I suppose I should've expected that, ...

9 mths left. Looking to possibly lease my next F-150. Not sold on the idea yet as I bought my last F-150 and kept it for 7 years, but I will run the numbers and see what makes sense. I looking at ...

Since launch in summer 2009, Ford has sold more than 520,000 EcoBoost-equipped vehicles globally. Ford’s global family of EcoBoost engines consists of the award-winning 1.0-liter three-cylind...

I just bought a 2012 F-150 4x2 Lariat SuperCrew with the Plus package, EcoBoost, Leather Bucket Seats with Console, Chrome Step Bar, Tailgate Step, Body Color Power Folding Heated Mirrors for $32,900....

The first diesel you will see will appear in a LD F-150 as currently planned....

As an owner of a 2012 F 150 Super Crew 4x4 with maximum trailer tow I have worked with three dealerships and tried to get assistance through 16, 500 miles and it is apparent that engineering does no?...
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