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2000 Ford F-150 OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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St. Louis, Missouri
4.0
Good truck
The vehicle is a sound one. It is sturdy and good to use for outdoor work. The truck has been having problems with the abs and brake light coming on and then feels like brakes are stuck on. I have looked this up and other people have had exact same problem. Before the brake thing started it ran just fine. When the brakes feel like they are stuck it takes a lot more power to accelerate and I can't see how fast I am going. I like the look of the truck and the inside is nice and seats are comfortable. The bed of truck is a nice size and can be used to move things or pick up brush or branches.
Stony Point, Michigan
5.0
I love this truck.
We bought our 2000 Ford F150 XLT Triton 5.4 V8, affectionately known as Beast, to tow our motorcycle trailer to a rally halfway across the country because our '97 Ford Explorer had 300k miles on it and we didn't want to push our luck. The F150 is a standard cab and had 106k miles on it when we bought it in June of 2010. It currently, October of 2015, it has 171k miles on it. In the past five years, we've replaced a water pump and alternator. That's it! It runs strong! Sounds awesome. The previous owner put Flowmaster exhaust with chrome 3" tips! Yeah baby! It still feels tight and is very comfortable. I love it! My only issue with it is the limited space in the cab. Especially on long trips, can't recline. Since our other vehicle is a 2-seater as well, we are in the process of looking at 2001-2003 F150 Super Crew Lariats. We love the body style of that model year and are very pleased with the reliability and power. Oh, and the gas mileage for a V8 is wonderful! The F150 actually gets better gas mileage than the Explorer which is a V6!! That was a pleasant surprise! Just as a side note, the Explorer still has the original engine and tranny and we've had no major issues. Well, except the door locks. They've been a pain in the butt for the past year, but heck, the truck is 18 years old! I am the original owner! Got to love a Ford! Back to the F150, it's such a strong truck, we've decided to keep it in the family even after we purchase the Super Crew.