2004 Ford F-150 User Reviews

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    2004 Ford F-150 Review
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    Easy Carefee Comfortable No Worries Ride — I like this truck. ALOT. Easy in easy out; comfy, sharp look, troublefree, steering & accelerate response XLNT; smooth ride; I'd rather hop in 'Shorty' to run to the store than our passenger car; Seat 3 adults easily, Roomy, quiet interior

    Primary Use: Utility (towing boats, transporting cargo, etc.)

    Pros: Strong troublefree engine, cold start up, comfortable, heat/ac awesome, quiet interior, lotsa leg room for leggy family, looks sharp, handles very easily on turns, higher speeds and stop and go traffic, mpg costs better than fair for a truck & beats our Marquis,

    Cons: Left view for passing clearance blind spot (cab frame), step side steps small, caution on outside body trim (noted trouble areas by dealer on warranty maintenance appts) easy fix tho, minor to even note but that's all I got for cons!

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    2004 Ford F-150 Lariat SuperCrew 4WD Review
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    Awesome! — Performance wise the truck is got good power and can peel out no problem. The one problem that it does have is that common noise in the engine that everyone talks about. The exterior has a minor dent on the back but it looks really good. The interior is complete. It has 19mpg hwy and around 14 to 16 on the city. Maintenance-wise its cheap for me since I do most of the job. The truck is really fun to drive and it makes other people scared of you, they move out the way since they see a big truck.

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: Like that is big and sexy :)

    Cons: Sometimes parking sucks

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    2004 Ford F-150 XLT Review
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    Great For Doing Stuff. — The truck drives great, looks good, and great for weekend project. The truck gas mileage is not so good about 16 city and 21 on highway. It maybe a little less. Even with gas mileage I still love driving it.

    Primary Use: Utility (towing boats, transporting cargo, etc.)

    Pros: Drives great.

    Cons: Gas mileage is not so great.

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    2004 Ford F-150 XLT Ext. Cab 4WD Review
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    04 Ford F150 — Very good truck awesome style, good fuel economy for a truck. lots of toys. Easy to work on. very good handling. interior is amazing, both in looks and function. and awesome to drive, easy to handle, acceleration is good and sounds good after an after market exhaust.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: looks, ease to work on and lots of aftermaket stuff for it.

    Cons: Electronic gas peddle.

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    2004 Ford F-150 XL Ext. Cab Review
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    Great Truck For Ford Lovers — truck drives great. i don't have to spend money left and right on it. it has never let me down when using it to hauling with it, meaning when it is loaded down it pulls with out a problem. i am a chevy person:)

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: great truck

    Cons: hard to find tires

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    2004 Ford F-150 STX 4WD Review
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    Sucks On Gas But Still Worth It! — I bought this truck used, it has the smaller v8 so it doesnt take off very fast but I have never had an issue with towing the families fishing boat and travel trailer. It is very fun too drive especially with a lift kit and exhaust, you feel very safe inside of it. It is expensive to own due to the gas mileage, but it is worth it when you want the power and the four wheel drive. It looks awesome, ford did a great job with this model.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: The all around capability

    Cons: Get the bigger v8(5.4L)

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    2004 Ford F-150 Lariat Ext. Cab 4WD Review
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    Best Truck — the perfrormance on this truck is good acceleration is good the handling is really good and my brakes are great. it did get one repair because my driver side wndow broke some how but it is fixed now. this truck is really good in the snow when i put or with out the 4x4.

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: i like how it feels on the road when im driving

    Cons: there is nothing i hate about this truck

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    2004 Ford F-150 XLT 4WD Review
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    Decent Truck..... — Well, this will be the second time bringing this truck into a Ford Dealership, due to engine misfires/plug issues. This is a very common problem that Ford Canada doesn't really seem to give two craps about. I will not waste my money ever again on a Ford Truck, unless its a late 80's one for the farm. We've had this truck for a year and the maintenance aspect, cost and the utter disregard for customer safety and relations is disgusting in my opinion. Hopefully all of the models of this year are'nt like mine.... Quality engineers and design officers at Ford should have been fired for this one. Shoulda bought a Chevy...?

    Primary Use: Family transportation

    Pros: Good utility truck(towing, pulling, cargo, etc.)  Reliable in the Winter for sure; Pretty comfy and roomy especially with two little girls, my wife and I.  Decent mileage for a truck.

    Cons: Maintenance costs/repairs.  Misfires apparently happen quite a bit due to the poor design of the spark plugs in this model.  

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    2004 Ford F-150 FX4 4WD Review
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    My F-150 — My truck has been the best vehicle I have ever owened! I have only had to repair minor things and I now have 150,000 miles on it! Very reliable truck!!! It is a lot of fun to drive and it drives very well in snow too!

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: I would buy another one like it in a heart beat!

    Cons: Nothing!

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    2004 Ford F-150 XLT SuperCrew Review
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    Big Toys For Big Boys — runns great drinks gas like it hates me 4x4 climbs like a bear motor sounds very tough a+ a+ a+ low cost of ownership great toy for weekend fun for camping offroad driving and exploring will gladly recomend to have one just for the fun of it.

    Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

    Pros: looks great runns even better

    Cons: gas mileage

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    2013 Ford F-150 Reviews

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    2012 Ford F-150 Reviews

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    Good Allround Pickup By golfnut_bill

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    2011 Ford F-150 Reviews

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