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Platinum Supercrew-read end, 09/11/2020
Limited 4dr SuperCrew 5.5 ft. SB (3.5L 6cyl Turbo 10A)
58 of 62 people found this review helpful

I took delivery of a new 2020 on July 3, I started to hear some odd noises & slight vibrations in rear end. Ten days in the shop and no closer to a repair. They turned the rotors, then replaced the rotors, then replaced the axle...it took Ford nearly a week to authorized axle replacement and ship it to the dealer. All this took 3 weeks! The dealer gave me a loaner sedan then finally a truck. This is not what you'd expect from a new vehicle. I now see 3 recalls, rear camera, powertrain control module, lamp camera. Hope this is not the beginning of a long list or issues due to poor manufacturing (lack of quality control).

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Way over priced

Ron S, 12/24/2020
King Ranch 4dr SuperCrew 6.5 ft. SB (5.0L 8cyl 10A)
12 of 12 people found this review helpful

Purchased a loaded F150 King Ranch for about $74,000.00. The truck runs and drives nice, but the interior and electronics options are cheap and ford should be ashamed for this low-quality build. The B&O stereo system consistently crashes and 3 trips to the dealer and not fixed. The stereo computer power has less power than a 5-year-old cell phone. The rear camera is grainy and cheap. The adaptive cruise control consistently stops working in good weather. I have other cars with all these options, and no one has implemented all this technology in such an apathetic way. The interior trim is cheap painted plastic. Owning the truck for only 6 months and wear is showing. I do not use this truck for work, this is a casual truck that is well maintained. Garbage interior.

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Awesome truck

JW, 11/12/2019
Platinum 4dr SuperCrew 4WD 5.5 ft. SB (5.0L 8cyl 10A)
103 of 118 people found this review helpful

Drives like a sedan, with smooth 10 speed transmission. 21 avg mpg over first 1000 miles. So far all good experience. Platinum 4dr 3.5L ( not 5.0 ). - 1 Year later / 20,000 miles. Trouble free. Have not seen the dealer except for 2 oil changes. Average about 19.5mpg over 20,000 miles with 2500+- trailer towing. Best tow vehicle I have owned. Would buy again.

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Calvin, 11/16/2020
XLT 4dr SuperCrew 4WD 6.5 ft. SB (5.0L 8cyl 10A)
5 of 6 people found this review helpful

test all engines, i bought a 19 3.5 ecoboost then traded 1 year later for 2020 5.0... 3.5 was pretty nice for a v6 and towed very well but I have to have a v8... ps take your time as they produce more than they can sale and will come down 10,000+ on msrp. 1 star shy from 5 do to 10 speed transmission...

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Blaine Fadear, 09/22/2020
XL 4dr SuperCrew 6.5 ft. SB (2.7L 6cyl Turbo 10A)
42 of 72 people found this review helpful

Let’s start with the moonroof. Absolute waste of time and energy. Who’s looking up really. If someone is in the back. Who cares. The suspention. I drove on a bit of a bumpy side road and the truck bounced all over the place. A car would have been smoother. Tires. Soft and weak. Let’s get to the good stuff. The 10 speed tranny. A complete and utter failure. It shifts all the time , jerking the truck and hesitating everywhere. It shifts like your driving a random oil tanker. They make the truck slow and irresponsive unless you absolutely bury your foot in it. No cruising casually. It feels like your driving a tub full of water. I feel unsafe because the truck is always doing something. I think and react faster than this tranny and truck. The 2016 F150 used to be a rocket in sport mode now it’s a lame slug that hesitates all the time. A jerky jerky mess. Then when you forget what a piece of crap your driving for a huge expense every month and you sit at a light the piece of crap turns itself off all to save what a buck a tank of gas. All the wear and tear starting and stopping all the time. Again when you want to go the truck has to start up then get moving and shift into third by the time you get through the light. The brakes seem soft and with the 20 inch tires it over steers and doesn’t corner well. I’ve had 4 brand new F150s over the last 12 years and this is a dog at $50,000 plus. At $29,000 maybe a good truck. My rating. Piece of crap

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