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5 out of 5 stars

Perfect truck

Truckguy, 02/16/2023
2023 Ford F-150 Limited 4dr SuperCrew 4WD SB (3.5L 6cyl Turbo gas/electric hybrid 10A)
12 of 12 people found this review helpful

I got the lariat with powerboost. This truck has fixed all my nagging inconveniences from previous models. From the extension to the running boards for quick access to the bed to the mobile workstation. All wheel drive is amazing. Pulled 9k lbs in 4lo through soft silty soil already no issues. This truck is awesome.

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So Far a Great Truck

Chuck Frazier, 08/07/2023
2023 Ford F-150 Limited 4dr SuperCrew 4WD SB (3.5L 6cyl Turbo gas/electric hybrid 10A)
10 of 10 people found this review helpful

I was worried somewhat about this truck's reliability after seeing Consumer Report's ranking as the least reliable truck in its survey. CR, I beg to differ at least for the first 2000 miles (with no maintenance issues) that I have owned it. CNET and Edmunds like it and I think their analysis is more correct. I have a 2023 Ford 4x4 Platinum Hybrid and I couldn't be happier with it. Good gas mileage was a factor in my decision but I don't see anyway it will average its EPA estimate of 23/23/23. I haven't had to go anywhere in a hurry or tow my boat so I have really babied it on some trips. No more than 73 MPH with cruise control and I really try to let it drive in the electric mode as much as I can. The best I can get is 22 MPG in Eco mode when I calculate fuel and miles and the trip computer says it gets 22.4 MPG. This is all on flat Florida terrain. The sound system is really superb. I have never been in a quieter vehicle. It rides well, better than my 2014 Tundra 1794 that I traded. The connectivity navigation features, maps and Blue Cruise all work well. I haven't decided whether or not to get an extended warranty, I'll just see how it does. I really wanted a new Tundra 1794 but this truck is so superior to it in so many ways that I couldn't buy a Tundra. The Tundra has no Auto 4WD, The Ford does. The Tundra has less headroom, less legroom and less comfortable seats. The bumpers are plastic, the window trim doesn't fit properly and the wind noise is excessive. The tailgate has no real step-up other than that goofy little step that you can push down to step in to the bed because you can't step on the bumper (or it comes down automatically in the higher trims). In contrast, the tailgate step in the Ford is well thought out and has a handrail also. For those of you that Tailgate at College Football games, the tailgate has 2 black metal tiedowns, one on each side. They double as bottle openers, clever. The Ford bumpers are metal as they should be. Storage under the rear seat is great. That's where they put the Tundra's hybrid battery. I could go on and on but so far this is the best vehicle I have ever owned and is an absolute joy to drive. Power is unbelievable the few times I've punched the accelerator. Edmunds, you don't list a Platinum 4x4 Super Cab Hybrid in your Model section where you select your trim. You need to fix this because the only hybrid you list is the Limited that I had to select to submit this. My truck might as well be the Limited except for the 22 inch wheels, mine are 20 inch.

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Great truck - Comfortable, Reliable, Dependable!

John S, 02/10/2023
2023 Ford F-150 XLT 4dr SuperCrew 4WD 5.5 ft. SB (3.3L 6cyl 10A)
10 of 10 people found this review helpful

I love the comfort and power of my F-150, and am especially pleased with the huge touchscreen infotainment system. My F-150 XLT has all the features I need at a great price, and the first 20K miles have been absolutely perfect.

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The Sourness of a Lower Priced Truck is forever

Blue Thunder, 03/24/2023
2023 Ford F-150 Platinum 4dr SuperCrew 4WD 5.5 ft. SB (5.0L 8cyl 10A)
15 of 16 people found this review helpful

I have owned F150's since 1998. In late 2022 Ford Dealers had virtually no inventory of F150 Lariats or Platinum Trims on the lot when my 2019 F150 Lariat lease ended. So I looked at "other brand of trucks" and found one of the "competitor's" version to be very nice and I like it. This OTHER TRUCKS had lower prices and they also had more inventory to choose from. I bought one. Well that so called more "bang for the buck" theme came to an end in less than 30 days and around 2300 miles it had catastrophic engine failure while I was 300 miles from home. The honeymoon was over when the Other Truck Brand's Service Department had my truck 70 of the 100 days I owned it. They could not get the engine fixed or even figure out what was wrong so I invoked the Lemon Law. I had a refund check in hand by early February 2023 so I went shopping again for a new truck. I acknowledge that any of the Five Manufacturers of Pick Up Trucks can have a bad one in the batch, even Ford. Believe it or not, I did give the exact same brand another chance and ordered (with no obligation-refundable deposit) the same truck with a the next higher trim level. However I had time to really think about my next purchase waiting on my new non-Ford truck to arrive. Thankfully once you have the time to really compare Ford to all the others, the Ford F150 is the clear winner. When you line them all up, with an open mind, it only made sense to buy F150 and hold out for what you really want. I certainly hope this 2023 F150 treats me well as I acknowledge any manufacturer can produce a Lemon every now and then again, my experience with another brand was likely just a case of bad luck. I believe I made the right choice going back to Ford because I had all the facts, personal experiences and comparisons at my disposal. My only beef with Ford's F150 higher level of trims, is that they have no chips for a heated steering wheel? My advice to Ford is take some of those 'chips' from the EV F150 Lightning & EV Mustang and use them to provide and complete their pricey ICE vehicles. Ford you need to prioritize on ICE vehicles, the ones who brought you to the dance since the production of Henry's first Model T. Ford should at least give you a pair of Leather Driving Gloves with your purchase if they cannot somehow manage one more chip for a heated steering wheel. PS: I cannot name the OTHER TRUCK as I signed a Non-Disclosure Agreement with that company that refunded my money in full, taxes and all.

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Everything Everywhere All at Once

cisco, 04/27/2023
2023 Ford F-150 Lariat 4dr SuperCrew 5.5 ft. SB (2.7L 6cyl Turbo 10A)
7 of 7 people found this review helpful

Just like someone would comment coming from the Toyota world the F150 is like a Spaceship. I initially went from a 2013 Tacoma Baja Ed to the Tundra TRD SR5. The Tacoma had a better package than the Tundra so it felt like a downgrade, then I totally went like 3 steps up with a 2022 F150 Lariat. OMG the technology package is unbelievable, the comfort inside is awesome. The F150 has so many features, you'll probably never used them all through out your ownership but they are there. The 3.7 ecoboost engine is powerful without breaking the bank for fuel, this is something where Toyota has totally dropped the ball. The space in the Crew Cab is a lot better than the Tacoma or the Tundra Double Cab. The interior design so much safe to use than that on the Tundra. Simply for instance the heated seats button in the Tundra are located way below the AC or radio controls you actually have to be almost look under the dashboard to find them, this is a safety issue since you have to take your eyes off the road in order to either turn them on or off. For a V6 engine having the same response of a V8 2 litters bigger and being faster it says a lot. With all the safety features even my insurance went a little down. I couldn't be more happy.

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