Used 2014 Ford F-150 SuperCrew Consumer Reviews

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I couldn't be happier.

Todd Christopher, 07/14/2015
STX 4dr SuperCrew 4WD 5.5 ft. SB (5.0L 8cyl 6A)
41 of 43 people found this review helpful

I am a repeat Ford F150 customer. My previous F150 I had for 11+ years. That truck was the replacement for an F150 that I drove for 9+ years. My trucks haul firewood, lumber, gravel, building materials, etc. My new purchase is the '14 STX Supercrew 5.0L with the Sport Package, and Tow Package. I have about 500 miles on the truck and my avg mpg is 19.5. My home is on the top of a mountain and I travel over a lot of country roads during my day. My biggest surprises are the amount of room in the crew cab and the mileage. The 5L V8 has plenty of get up and go. I chose the 5L V8 because of my concerns about the longevity of the turbo charged V6. Because I keep my trucks long past any extended warrenty I could buy, I decided that the proven 5L V8 was my best option. The interior appears to be well done. The bucket seats are comfortable as is the rear bench seat. The truck handles like a truck should. If you are looking for a car like ride then look somewhere else. That being said the handling on this truck is miles head of my previous F150. I actually had planned to purchase a different make but ended up back at the Ford dealership. So far, I couldn't be happier.

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Left Toyota for Ford

Clayguy, 01/22/2017
XLT 4dr SuperCrew 6.5 ft. SB (5.0L 8cyl 6A)
27 of 28 people found this review helpful

We have owned several Toyota trucks/cars for over 25 years and it was time to buy a new truck. On a whim I stopped by a Ford dealership and drove a new F150 Supercrew cab. Impressive! I then went to a Toyota dealer and drove a new Tundra. I wanted the 6.5 foot bed which the Toyota dealer said they could order for me, but the salesman lacked any enthusiasm for going thru that process. The Tundra is a very nice truck, but I liked the interior layout of the F150 better, plus the gas mileage on the Toyota was not as good as the Ford. Yes, gas mileage is important even though gas prices have been comparatively low for well over a year. That will likely change. So, I went back to the Ford dealer, picked out the truck I wanted and drove out of their dealership a happy camper! The V6 twin turbo engine has PLENTY of power and is very quiet. The ride is extremely comfortable and I love the rear camera for backing as I sometimes pull trailers. My wife has a Toyota Highlander and wants to sell it and get an F150! I have had excellent service with Toyota trucks, so I'll have to wait and see if Ford is their equal in build quality, but so far, I love my F150! Have now had my F150 for almost 10 months and have almost 23,000 miles on it and have had absolutely no problems. I periodically tow a 2 axle flatbed trailer loaded with a tractor or a single axle trailer for my Harley and the V6 engine does a great job with no evidence of engine labor, and the backup camera is terrific! Ford advertises this engine (3.5L V6) at 24 MPG highway, and I suppose you could get that, but you'd have to drive 50 MPH on flat ground at sea level to achieve achieve 24 MPG. I think all of the manufacturers have a very mysterious way of calculating mileage, so judging mileage by the window sticker is, as they say, "for comparison, as your actual mileage may vary". My only negative comment would be with the air conditioner; I wish it were a bit colder. Vehicle air conditioners were much better when they used Freon R-12, but under the government's false premise that R-12 depletes the ozone layer, we're stuck with the vastly inferior R-134. The Ford A/C is probably no worse than any other, however. Our Toyota A/C is far superior. All that said, I still love my F150! Update: I now have almost 40,000 miles on my F150 and have had no real issues. Now that the engine is broken in, the gas mileage has improved. Every so often I have trouble pairing with my cell phone and it takes over an hour before it finally pairs. Strange. Because I bought the long bed version of my Super Crew cab, it is a bit more difficult to park in marked parking lots, but that's a decision I made based on stuff that I haul, so I accept that. My wife, not so much. Do I still love my F150? Yep! Update. I now have 108,000 on my F150. The computer screen went junk on me, so I had to have it replaced, 1200 bucks! Ford needs to work on that system as it seems a bit fussy at times. Many times my phone won't sync with the truck when the phone is sitting in the console. I put new tires on it about 8 months ago. Have had no problems other than the above. The A/C has not improved with age. The V-6 engine is still terrific. I think my F150 is a great truck.

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Ford appears to have a winner

ohioengineer, 03/10/2015
XLT 4dr SuperCrew 5.5 ft. SB (3.7L 6cyl 6A)
24 of 27 people found this review helpful

This is my third F-150 in seven years, as I lease. I use my truck as a combination farm vehicle and general transportation; everything from towing a livestock trailer to picking up groceries to hauling my grandsons. I was pleased with my previous two F-150's and so far this one seems even better. It looks sharp (plenty of compliments), has plenty of power (2.7L turbo), rides like a car and handles very well. I am particularly impressed with the engine (see below)and the interior finish. So far the gas mileage has been disappointing - especially after all the hype - but I am hopeful it will get better over time. Overall a very good truck and one I would highly recommend.

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Great classy truck!!!

Joshua C., 03/19/2016
Platinum 4dr SuperCrew 4WD 6.5 ft. SB (5.0L 8cyl 6A)
8 of 8 people found this review helpful

Purchased an F-150 Platinum (Mine has a 6.6ft bed and an Ecoboost... dunno why it's not listed) and love it! Had a 2010 F150 Lariat before that was moderately loaded and was wishing for more. So after I had some equity in the truck we traded in for this puppy and our payments are nearly the same :). Driving these two vehicles in theory should have been the same (minus the engine. The Lariat had the 5.4 w/a 6-speed). Although they were virtually the same truck everything about the way they act is different under the assumption that the engine changes everything. Steering in the Platinum is waaaay more refined and the road noise on the vehicle is greatly reduced at highway speeds. The only thing about the truck I didn't like initially were the wheels... So I actually transferred the wheels from our old one to this one and it's actually a truck instead of a pimpmobile. Gas mileage is slightly poorer with the Ecoboost (14vs17 mixed mpg's) than with the 5.4 and I'm assuming it has to do with moving all that weight around. Also let's face it. When you're purchasing a truck of this magnitude you have to accept that mileage is going to be more on the poor side. However the pickup on this engine is remarkable and almost car-like so that more than makes up for it. 90% of the interior controls are digital with only volume, temp and some radio preset buttons having hard press keys. With a home menu that's set up.... ok, everything in the vehicle is easy to function and menu's are easily read and settings are easy...ish to change. occasionally you'll have to tap an option again as the 1st time it didn't register but this isn't to the point that it's frustrating. The power fold mirrors and back-up camera are options that are luxuries but not that I have them I don't know how I lived without them in my previous F-150. They make parking and maneuvering this beast a lot easier in a tighter parking lot and I have come to rely on them. Right height is perfect and driving down the road it behaves very well, with all features working beautifully to keep you on the road in the more harsh ND winters. My family's favorite feature of the vehicle has to be all the heated/cooled seats. Being leather in ND this is something of a luxury and a first for us. everyone can now enjoy a warm tush on days where temps can get as low as -30F on the daily and with leather you can get pretty cold down there before things start to warm on in the vehicle. This is definitely a vehicle I can recommend and for one buying the same brand/model of vehicle twice hasn't let me down. Way to go Ford!

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How can you love it when it’s in the shop

Don, 12/25/2017
Lariat 4dr SuperCrew 5.5 ft. SB (5.0L 8cyl 6A)
7 of 8 people found this review helpful

Fords abiility to diagnose issues is suspect at best. During the summer of 2016, Ford replaced the points on clynder # 7. Then replaced the short block then sent out and had the heads rebuilt. In the spring of 2017 a shutter in the transmission developed. Ford reset the learning process but the shutter never went away. In the fall ford indicated that they thought the torque converter was bad,but they could not get one. As such they replaced the entire transmission. Now after three resets of the learning process the transmission continues to clunk going in and out of first gear. Ford at this point doesn’t know what to do? My truck has been in the shop for over 40 days to date with no resolution in site. Thank god I bought the extended warranty!

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