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1997 Ford F-150 XLT 3dr Extended Cab LB
Best vehicle I've ever owned. 164,000 miles w/no major repairs needed.
Low maintenance. Reliable. Comfortable.
Better gas mileage.
1997 Ford F-150 XL 3dr Extended Cab 4WD SB
I have had a squeaky control arm. The only problem is the replacement one does not have a grease point. Why pay $500.00 to fix a squeak for it to squeak again in 6 months?
It has great power and has never left me to walk!
Put lubrication places on the steering points.
1997 Ford F-150 XL 3dr Extended Cab SB
I really like the truck, overall design outside, and interior room. I have had the truck since it was new, mine was equipped with the 4.2L engine. At 88,000 miles the transmission went, at 89,200 the engine went. I was very much disappointed with that. I had the transmission rebuilt and purchased a new engine from Ford, I think it runs better now than when I first purchased it (WAY MORE POWER)! I would buy the truck again but would stick with at V-8 engine. If you're buying used be careful about the early 4.2L; my understanding is it had a lot of problems, the newer ones are supposed to have all the problems fixed.
Lots of room and decent handling.
Get the bugs out of the 4.2L V-6.
1997 Ford F-150 2dr Regular Cab 4WD LB
Vehicle has been very good. It has done all I've asked of it, both in a "fun" situation and in a work situation. It handles well, however, fuel economy, particularly in light of extremely high fuel prices, could be better. It averages only about 14 MPG. I have a '01 Expedition, with a larger engine that gets much better mileage. (P/U has a 4.6 V8, Expedition has a 5.4 V8) I would not hesitate to recommend this year model to anyone looking for a good used P/U.
4WD as we work as hosts at an RV/ATV campground in the Oregon Dunes
Electronic shift to 4WD.
1997 Ford F-150 XLT 2dr Regular Cab SB
Other than my heater core going out and the blender-door motor breaking, this truck has been the most reliable and comfortable vehicle I have driven. I must say it is one of Ford's best vehicles ever made. Fuel economy is a downside, but with a K & N air filter and fiberglass tonneau cover, I get 25 mpg on the highway and 16 in the city. If you want a truck, get an F-150.
The nice sound of the engine, the comfort, and the smooth ride.
I know the technology is out there to improve the fuel economy of a vehicle this size. Also, some features should not have been electronic, such as the knob that controls the blender door determining the temperature of the air blowing out the vents.