2017 Ford F-150
23,089 Miles
$27,991

West Palm Beach, FL
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2014 Ford F-150
65,437 Miles
$28,699

West Palm Beach, FL
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2015 Ford F-150
52,751 Miles
$29,499

West Palm Beach, FL
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2015 Ford F-150
91,844 Miles
$30,299

West Palm Beach, FL
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2014 Ford F-150
63,829 Miles
$26,099

West Palm Beach, FL
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2014 Ford F-150
51,708 Miles
$25,799

West Palm Beach, FL
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2016 Ford F-150
63,867 Miles
$19,199

West Palm Beach, FL
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2018 Ford F-150
13,191 Miles
$39,977

West Palm Beach, FL
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2015 Ford F-150
43,357 Miles
$39,977

West Palm Beach, FL
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2016 Ford F-150
22,188 Miles
$39,999

West Palm Beach, FL
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2017 Ford F-150
37,214 Miles
$32,700

West Palm Beach, FL
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2012 Ford F-150
52,996 Miles
$29,995

West Palm Beach, FL
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2018 Ford F-150
17,469 Miles
$38,977

West Palm Beach, FL
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2018 Ford F-150
17,583 Miles
$31,995

West Palm Beach, FL
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2015 Ford F-150
20,997 Miles
$27,455

West Palm Beach, FL
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2014 Ford F-150
40,484 Miles
$25,955

West Palm Beach, FL
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2015 Ford F-150
43,533 Miles
$27,955

West Palm Beach, FL
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2015 Ford F-150
50,232 Miles
$33,955

West Palm Beach, FL
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2015 Ford F-150
$32,455

West Palm Beach, FL
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West Palm Beach, FL Ford F-150 Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.2
Performance
4.2
Style
4.3
Comfort
4.3
Fuel Economy
2.9
Reliability
4.1
Top Dealers In West Palm Beach, FL
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2004 Ford F-150 - A work horse, even going to the grocery store!

F-150 Owner
Plant City, Florida
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
2.0
Reliability
5.0
This truck has a full cab, thus making it roomy for up to four passengers, you would never know you are in a truck when riding in it. It handles very well in all weather conditions, feeling like one is driving a tall car. Needless to say, though it sport s short bed, it is more than able to handle large and heavy loads, including entire rolls of livestock hay or up to as many as 100 bags of feed 50 lbs. each PLUS added bales of hay. And it still drives as if your were in a car. The pulling and towing power is unsurpassed, it can breeze down the highway pulling a 26 foot travel trailer or a four horse trailer fully loaded and it stays stable, you could literally still drive it with one finger and would not know you had a trailer behind you till you looked out of the power side mirrors.
Story
For some reason, out of all our vehicles, we had a miniature jack (a male donkey) named Zazoom who loved this truck. He would spend hours looking at himself in the chrome, would rub against it and every day we took it out, (we had a long driveway that led into the farm) he would chase this truck braying at it, not wanting it to leave and he would stand at the gate and pout till it came home.
Pros
This truck drives like a car, but works like an even larger sized truck when it comes to carrying loads and towing. The bed, even a short bed is deep and ample in room. It is made to take a beating and is strong and safe. The full sized cab is more than roomy for up to four good sized men, and the center counsel storage offers much hide away your junk room. There are chargers in the rear as well for easy access to charge portable devices and the bed liner, even after many years of use, never shows wear. The chrome package on top of its work ability makes it look sporty and it is a very, ve... (more)
Cons
Like a typical Ford it quickly develops power window issues, they end up stuck up or only go half way down of just fall off the track completely. This can lead to expensive repair, averaging $170. to $500. per window to fix. And if you do a lot of towing you will be replacing break pads once every 6 month, much more so that you do on an average truck.

2010 Ford F-150 - Great at first...

Alice
Palm Harbor, Florida
Overall
2.0
Value
2.0
Performance
3.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
1.0
I got the car and financed it, and at first I was pretty happy with it. It seemed to run well and overall seemed to be a great value. However, towards the end of the financing, the car began to fall apart. By the end of the financing, I was struggling to pay for repairs while also making my monthly payments.
Story
I did enjoy the road trip I made the first year I owned this truck. It drove beautifully through the mountains and up in the Carolinas. I was also able to help some friends of mine move, which was nice. The sound system was good until it started sounding crackly towards the fifth year.
Pros
This car was a good price, and so I thought I walked away with a great deal. I chose Ford because it's domestic, and I wanted to support the nation's economy. I noticed a lack of special features, but I assumed it was because I got a red-line vehicle. The vehicle was still a bargain, and it ran well for its first four years.
Cons
A lot of parts are cheaply made or plastic, and the car is really only meant to last five years at the most before it falls apart. I had to repair the transmission, and the tires were replaced early since the factory tires were awful. The brakes went fast too, and I was replacing them before I knew it. The hose on the inside of my car (I forget which part it led it) snapped and led to some serious repairs. Also, my air conditioning went out in the last year of the car's payments, and I could not afford to fix it. I was told I'd have to practically replace the whole thing. I spent over $4,0... (more)

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2013 Ford Explorer - Mullinax Ford West Palm Beach Lake Park

SCL
Lake Park, Florida
Overall
5.0
Facility
5.0
Process
5.0
Quality
5.0
Service
5.0
Mullinax Ford of West Palm is simply the best car dealership because of their customer service, friendly staff and upfront pricing. It could not be easier. The price you see, you pay, no exceptions. There is no haggling with pushy car salesman leaving you with the feeling of a satisfied customer with absolutely no buyers remorse. Because of the no pressure environment created by the upfront pricing you can take your time and make a smart purchase for you and your family’s needs. It made car buying the pleasurable experience it should be and not the dreading experience that it often becomes. No reason to shop for a car anywhere else.

2007 Ford Mustang - Brandon Ford Tampa

Mike M
Palm River-Clair Mel, Florida
Overall
5.0
Facility
4.0
Process
5.0
Quality
4.0
Service
5.0
I already had a type of car in mind when I went on the lot and the seller was very friendly and accommodating in trying to get me the car that I wanted. They had to specifically order the model, but it was of no trouble. Took about a week and a half and I got the car. The seller was very friendly and accommodating, didn't try to sell me something I did not need or wanted. The price and financing options were also reasonable and if I needed to get a new car, I probably would go back to them again if given the chance.