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2016 Ford F-150 OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Arthur
Arthur
Morehead, Kentucky
4.0
Overall great truck
I bought this truck so that I would have something to haul a boat or a trailer and that would also be roomy enough for my family of four. As both of my children are still in car seats and will be for a few years, space in the back seat was very important. The truck is silver with black cloth interior and dark tinted windows. If I had it to do over, I would have gotten a truck with a lighter interior because the black shows every bit of dirt, and with kids, you can imagine that that is a lot. There is a tremendous amount of space in the backseat. I can put one kid on each side, and they can't even reach each other, which is not the case in my car. There is a pull-down armrest with cup holders and a console that holds their junk, err, toys. The truck hauls the boat and the trailer pretty easily, but it does seem that you can feel every bump and breeze that the trailer encounters, which is not something I am used to. However, it doesn't seem to use much more fuel when hauling something than it does when it's not hauling anything, so that was surprising.
Jeremy
Jeremy
Emmett, Idaho
5.0
F150+
This pickup has the 2.7L twin turbo Eco boost engine and a six-speed automatic. It is 4WD with a locking rear differential, and it has the factory heavy towing kit. I have a heavy toolbox shell on it with a ladder rack. I carry enough weight to be at the maximum rated weight for the pickup at almost all times. I sometimes tow a landscape style trailer with a small manlift and other things. I drive in mountainous terrain and on some nicely groomed gravel/dirt roads. I generally average 40-55 MPH every working day and about 150 miles. (It has awesome trip meters and such.)