2009 Ford F-150 SuperCrew 4X4
There are 2 user reviews for the 145-in. WB XLT Styleside trim shown below
- The entire truck!
Purchased As New
I worked for Ford so my opinion may be a bit swayed with some level of loyalty. Trust me, if it was a piece of junk, I would tell it like it was. Of all the Ford vehicles I've driven, the F-150 is tops. The engineers wasted nothing at giving the customers what they want in this truck. Every detail was thought of and no stone left unturned. As the commercial says "Drive one". The first look at the 2009 XLT 4x4 will draw any customer in for a closer look. What you'll find on the outside is beef! This truck is tops in nearly every catagory and looks are important. Mechanics of the vehicle, let Car and Driver, Harbor Reports, Consumer Reports. and Edmunds among others explain why the truck is tops among consumers. All I know, it works for Ford. Comfort level, is 5-star all the way. Plush interior and all the buttons and gadgets to make any long commuter happy. Performance the engine Ford puts in their vehicle once again is tops among all competitors. Value, yea, it's some cash, but certainly a vehicle that made for the long haul. The ROI would challenge your cost base. For reliability, best selling truck umpteen years running, nuff said!...read morehide
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- Qualilty Has Improved
- But Has Not Matched The Quality Of Honda
Purchased As New
I traded my 2007 Honda Pilot EX 4X4 for the 2009 F-150 Crew 4X4 XLT. Ford has better quality than the last F-150 I owned, 2003 Lariat. The interior has improved. However, as much as Ford has improved, it still hasn't matched the quality of Honda. Ford skimps on the small things, alot of small things. For instance, my Pilot had two layers of door rubber trim to keep down air infiltration and noice in the cabin. Ford just has one, SMALL piece of FOAM trim. It is cheap and doesn't keep air infiltration down. The seats in my Pilot are much better, firmer cushions and thicker cloth. I've had my F-150 for three weeks and the drivers seat cloth is already starting to frey. The cushion is already starting to break-down. Not Good. At first, I didn't like the exterior looks of the new F-150. But it is starting to grow on me. I purchased it for its safety equipment. It is standard on the Ford but optional on the GM. I wanted a GMC but couldn't find one with the safety features that I wanted along with tan interior, of which I was told by a salesman at a GM dealership that tan interior is hard to find because GM just doesn't make very many trucks with the tan cloth interior...not sure if it is the truth or a lie just to get me to purchase from his current dealer inventory. However, I needed a truck because an SUV just doesn't have the utility ability that I needed. Ford had what I wanted,so I purchased it, on the X-Plan and $4,000 rebates. I couldn't beat that deal at any other Manufacturer....read morehide
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