by dogdude on Apr 15, 2011 Vehicle: 2000 Ford F-250 Super Duty
I own a 2000 F250 V10 Crew Cab. I bought the truck back in 2005 with 31,000 on it. I bought the truck to pull trailers. The smallest trailer I pull with it weighs about 5,000lb. the largest is 22,000lb. fully loaded. It does awesome. I get about 10 mpg. pulling the largest trailer at 65mph. That's pretty dang good. The truck has almost 130,000 on it now with only a couple small maintenace things. I've had to put shocks, brakes, surpentine belt, and tires on it. I constantly get compliments from people saying how nice looking the truck is. The truck does awesome off road too. We consistantly get 12-20 inch snows around here in the winter time and the truck gets around awesome. Way to go Ford!
by jmikeyd on Jun 20, 2008 Vehicle: 2000 Ford F-250 Super Duty
I love my F-250. I bought it used with 48,000 miles in 2004 it has been a good strong truck there is nothing I would change about it I currently have 91,000 miles on it and it doesnt skip a beat. The towing is awesome and going off road is not a problem!
by Kevin Garry on Jan 12, 2007 Vehicle: 2000 Ford F-250 Super Duty
Only problem to date was cam sensor went out while covered under warranty. Great handling truck! Pulls 30' fifth wheel travel trailer just great. Had to replace original sport mirrors with the extendable trailer mirrors for better view, though. That's just the way it came, didn't order truck, bought off lot.
by saho on Nov 12, 2005 Vehicle: 2000 Ford F-250 Super Duty
I love my truck. It's big enough for me, my tools and all the heavy and big stuff that I carry around town. Although I see people complaining from harsh ride on the road when not loaded, mine rides extremely soft and comfortable even with bad shocks...hehehe. With 140,000 miles on it the Diesel is still ready to work; no mechanical problems whatsoever. Telescoping mirrors stick out a little too much and kind of hard to maneuver around tight spaces, but excellent view for daily driving and tow. Excellent interior, comfortable, roomy, you sit like a king above the crowd!
A trailer tow package is standard on all models, as is four-wheel ABS. XLT and Lariat models can be equipped with an ultrasonic reverse vehicle-aid sensor, an in-dash six-disc CD changer and chrome tubular cab steps. Heated seats are available on Lariat models. Rounding out the 2001 changes are minor interior updates and a horsepower upgrade for the 7.3-liter Power Stroke turbodiesel engine.