2008 Ford F-150
118,528 Miles | Puyallup, WA
$14,999
Est $216/mo

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2008 Ford F-150
71,034 Miles | Everett, WA
$18,999
Est $274/mo

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2008 Ford F-150
120,545 Miles | Escondido, CA
$14,599
Est $210/mo

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2008 Ford F-150
120,924 Miles | Bakersfield, CA
$15,998
Est $231/mo

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2008 Ford F-150
42,972 Miles | Fresno, CA
$20,998
Est $303/mo

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2008 Ford F-150
96,771 Miles | Charleston, SC
$13,995
Est $202/mo

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2008 Ford F-150
98,334 Miles | Mishawaka, IN
$15,295
Est $220/mo

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2008 Ford F-150
107,611 Miles | Bohemia, NY
$15,893
Est $229/mo

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2008 Ford F-150
66,592 Miles | Hutto, TX
$14,571
Est $210/mo

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2008 Ford F-150
121,141 Miles | Hutto, TX
$14,999
Est $216/mo

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2008 Ford F-150
145,422 Miles | Archbold, OH
$6,655
Est $96/mo

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2008 Ford F-150
107,417 Miles | Lansing, MI
$13,749
Est $198/mo

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2008 Ford F-150
78,994 Miles | Draper, UT
$14,671
Est $211/mo

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2008 Ford F-150
134,173 Miles | Marlton, NJ
$11,475
Est $165/mo

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2008 Ford F-150
119,298 Miles | Butte, MT
$13,299
Est $192/mo

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2008 Ford F-150
31,838 Miles | Chehalis, WA
$18,700
Est $270/mo

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2008 Ford F-150
133,320 Miles | Rochester, MN
$10,290
Est $148/mo

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2008 Ford F-150
135,985 Miles | Archbold, OH
$8,495
Est $122/mo

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2008 Ford F-150
198,362 Miles | Casper, WY
$10,000
Est $144/mo

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2008 Ford F-150
140,244 Miles | Fairbanks, AK
$11,390
Est $164/mo

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2008 Ford F-150 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.5
Performance
4.0
Style
3.5
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
3.5

2008 Ford F-150 Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2008 Ford F-150 - A car-lover's truck

RP
Brighton, Colorado
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
4.0
I am not what somebody would call a "truck person". I find myself drawn to sporty, little cars that can zip around town and get good gas mileage and provide style and comfort while I'm at it. My husband was the one who insisted on a pickup truck, and I have to say, I am really glad he did. We bought our Ford F-150 from a dealership when it was about a year old, and I fell in love the first time I slid behind the wheel. I love the feeling of being up higher than most other vehicles on the road. It gives me a greater sense of control as I drive. When I thought about driving a truck before, I always thought of a rough ride that was uncomfortable and bumpy. But I was sorely mistaken and greatly misled with this assumption. The ride is as smooth as in a car, and the seating and maneuverabil... (more)
Story
The pickup truck is perhaps the best purchase my family has ever made. We live in Colorado where we have the ability to go camping in the mountains. With most regular vehicles, though, accessibility to locations within the national forests for camping is quite difficult. But our truck has 4x4, which means we can get into some of the most breathtaking locations imaginable!
Pros
My F-150 has a bench seat in the front with an arm-rest that can fold up. For a lot of people, this might be a con, or something that leaves them feeling indifferent. For me, this was a HUGE pro. I have three kids and a husband, so we are always needing to transport 5 people. That is the maximum capacity for most cars. But if any of my kids have a friend joining us, it allows us the extra space for another passenger. It has helped us on countless occasions to have the one added available seat! The versatility of the truck has been a significant pro, as well. Not only can we load up the dog... (more)
Cons
The most major con I have seen, and probably the ONLY con for me is the size. I still haven't gotten used to how big the truck is. I have a hard time maneuvering in smaller parking lots because the length of the truck is beyond what I am comfortable with.

2008 Ford F-150 - A sturdy workhorse

Joel
Big Beaver, Pennsylvania
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
3.0
I have an extended-cab ford F-150 and I love it. The primary systems work very well after ten years, including climate control and sound system, and I have found it to be comfortable even after I have suffered a workplace injury, making most vehicles very uncomfortable to travel in. The truck is powerful for hauling and towing, and the extended cab means I can carry the whole family in addition to some groceries, all in the comfort of the cab. While it handles differently from my previous vehicle, a four-door sedan, it has enough acceleration and hill-climbing power that it does not feel sluggish or impossible to control. Towing a trailer is also very easy, with broad mirrors and towing light connections by the hitch. It is both strong and easy to use when hauling a trailer becomes nec... (more)
Story
I made a custom front license plate by adapting the lid from a "spam can" of 7.62x54R light armor-piercing rifle ammunition. It is truly one of a kind. When I have driven it to my local rifle range, a few folks have recognized what it was.
Pros
This truck has both a full-size bed, as well as an extended cab, making it both comfortable as well as useful for hauling things. I have hauled everything from lumber and building supplies, to groceries from a Costco trip. Also, the mp3-capable stereo means I can bring along a lot of my favorite music. I am also extremely pleased that after ten years, the climate-control system still works very well. Pennsylvania has both hot summers as well as cold winters, and this truck handles both.
Cons
The truck is plagued with electrical shorts. Sometimes the cruise control won't activate, and you have to kick your toes up under the dash a little. Also, one of my wheels keeps giving the tire air pressure sensors a false reading, so the truck plays a long, slow series of warning beeps every time you drive it, even though it is a false alarm. Repairing the tiny little sensors is too expensive, but we just have to live with a few warning lights.

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