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2011 Ford F-150Review
Bill writes:
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This is a good truck sometimes they are over priced

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2011 Ford F-150Review
billvac writes:
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Very clean truck and well taken care of. It however had a jumping in the rear-end when you pressed on the gas or stopped it. Also the previous owner smoked in it so I decided not to buy it. Hope this helps

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Leo writes:
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Great pa late with lots of Kool options . Nice looking and a powerful ride.

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Guru6XTQ2 writes:
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The truck is excellent everything I wanted GREAT

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2011 Ford F-150 Review
BFTmsw32__ says:
I bought the 2011 ford xlt from South Point Honda in Tulsa. I got it at a comparable price to the others.
vs2007 Ford F-150
2011 Ford F-150 winning categories:
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2011 Ford F-150 Review
Andrew says:
Best in performance
vs2011 Honda Ridgeline
2011 Ford F-150 winning categories:
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2011 Ford F-150 Review
doktorgee says:
vs2010 Dodge RAM 2500
2011 Ford F-150 winning categories:
  • Power
  • Handling
  • Looks/Style
  • Front Seats
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  • Cargo Capacity
  • Family Car
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Power Ranked 2010 Dodge RAM 2500 worse.
"I was a little skeptical at first about the v-6 ecoboost. but after driving it and comparing to my brothers dodge it pulled trailers more effectively than the dodge. Engine braking was also a big plus pulling in the mountains."
Family Car Ranked 2010 Dodge RAM 2500 worse.
"More room in the back seat. 6 inches between carseats keeps my 3 kids from fighting."
2011 Ford F-150 Review
mng23 says:
vs2011 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
2011 Ford F-150 winning categories:
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  • Front Seats
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  • Cargo Capacity
  • Family Car
  • Value
  • Would Buy
Back Seats Ranked 2011 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 worse.
"There is significantly more room in the back of the F150. Seats also provide more support and are comfortable."
Cargo Capacity Ranked 2011 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 worse.
"The payload capacity of the F150 surpasses the Silverado."
2011 Ford F-150 XLT SuperCabReview
Christopher writes:
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Love The Sound Of The Truck Exhaust Note On Acceleration. — 2011 FORD F150 5.0L V8 32V F/I SMPI The 5.0 V-8 has a Six-Speed automatic power-train. The 6-speed 6R80 transmission SelectShift Automatic progressive range select and manual electric shift mode is a great combination especially for mountain or hill driving when you need to remain in the same gear on windy roads or downgrades. 4-Wheel Disc brakes provide good stopping power. The interior is well appointed with grey fabric (which I really like) . The design and look of the dash and gauges is set up for good ergonomic interaction. It puzzles me why the interior stylists place so much chrome trim in the interior when it can reflect sunlight into your eyes. Is there glare-absorbing chrome out there? I have driven this truck in the mountains and on two-lane country roads. It has great engine power, balance, and handling if you push it. I feel very safe driving this truck.

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

Pros: The thing I like the most about my F-150 is the 5.0-liter four-valve dual-overhead-camshaft Ti-VCT V8.  It has360 horsepower at 5,500 rpm and 380 lb.-ft. of torque at 4,250 rpm· I has good fuel economy for a truck and is Best-in-class with 9,800 pounds maximum trailer tow.
The back seat is comfortable enough for medium length trips of two to three hours for adult to not cramp up, and for kids (well, they're kids, they have to adapt).
The  XLT features chrome exterior trim (including the grille), an upgraded cloth interior, cruise control, and full power accessories.
Most of all it very comfortable and has height-adjustable brake and gas peddles to further accommodate the driving position.  The cab is comfortable and well appointed.
The basic information center has enough techie information and settings for those who like to use their time programming stuff.
The truck bed is deep and even though I have not had a bed-cover on my previous trucks I like this one as it keep things out of sight, dry, and still pretty accessible.  If I need to move a refrigerator; I can take it off.  The cover might actually help with fuel mileage on the highway (at 23+/-mpg) , but not around town where I get about 12.6 mpg average.
A very nice 2WD Truck with a comfortable ride, and great freeway mileage
Excellent A/C, Heat and Vent system. The round dash vents are a most clever design with the capability of 360 degree rotation and positioning.
Key F-150 options include the SFE (superior fuel economy) package that's available on both the 2WD SuperCrew XL and XLTs with the 4.6-liter high-output V8. The SFE package includes the 5.5-foot bed, a 3.15:1 rear axle ratio and low-rolling-resistance tires.
This truck provides reliable, shop-free service for me. I bought it used with 60,000 proven  miles on it and I do my own basic maintenance.

Cons: 1.  Perhaps the factory wheels could be a more standard size as the 17 inch wheel limits the tire choices, although the Dunlops are a great addition for replacement

2. This is the only complaint I have about the mechanics of the vehicle. It is documented in plenty of online forums going back a few years, so it is puzzling why the FORD engineers haven't  gotten to remedying the problem.  Otherwise the F-150 is a 21st century technical marvel! The drive shaft is a two-piece construct.  They are known to become lubrication dry in the yoke where the two driveshaft splines mesh, after so many miles in service;   The driveshaft is designed to move slightly back and forth, and when the Poly-lube drys out the inside yoke of the shaft will stick due to tension and then it releases with a 'bump' (or slap)  that you can feel through the vehicle, and upon the vehicle stopping and starting to go again it 'resets it's position with the bump.
Is it harmful to the drive-train? Probably not, and Ford does know about the fix in the form of a kit you can buy at the dealer, with the lube, rubber boot and calmps, to re-lube the splines.     
If you are under warranty, the dealer should do the re-lube for free.
3. The transmission is a bit sensitive to slower parking lot speeds, tending to shift into 2nd gear, as it senses a 'lift-throttle event' as the time to up-shift.  Sometimes I place it in manual mode to remain in 1st gear to avoid SelectShift's confusion.

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2011 Ford F-150 XLT SuperCrewReview
Npbball writes:
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Great Truck For Truck Lovers — Roomy vehicle and great for long trips . Looks great and handles well. Sync makes listening to iTunes music a breeze so you don't have to get tired of talkative djs. Love my new toyo open country tires because they add a tough look to the truck instead of factory tires.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Roomy, rides great, gets the job done

Cons: Factory Michelin tires were not good, replaced them and truck looks and rides much better

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Excellent clean vehicle. V6 3.5 Turbo has plenty of piwer Read More

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I think they are Awesome and great everything I want in a truck Read More

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