What do you think of the 2009 Ford F-150?
this is the biggest piece of crap that anyone ever called a "truck", the ranger holds more weight and has better style.
Back bone of America
dorks complaining about what truck is better, they all got thier pros and cons
not very powerful, looks good but thats not what a truck is for.
uhm.....thats a bit of an overstatement.
Hey kevin whoever you are they raised the horse power and raised feul economy
kevin your dumb. a ford focus is not very powerful. the f150 has enough power to do the job. plus if you need something with more power then get the 250. which we all know you probably don't because you probably dont drive trucks for hauling, you probably just drive them cause you want to control the road. so unitl you need a truck with more power you should probably censor those comments. didn't you ever think ford might only give it so much power for a reason. anyone can make an engine more powerful. Its called fuel economy.
you know i think its funny everybody always dogs on the f-150 and whatknot but just look at the statistics, the FORD F-150 has been the top selling truck for how many years now something like 30 -Dumbasses
the f150 looks good and has alot of features but the dodge has more power and a more aggressive, bold look ps a value rating puts dodge top and put a f150 vs ram 1500 and ford got smoked
F150 -- looks like its going to be the best selling truck yet another year.. dodge 1500 may beat the f150 in a race unloaded, but you put 5,000 lb behind them, then see the dodge left in the back. also in 20 years, the f150 will still be on the road running like a new one. the dodge will be in the junk yard, and thats if you can find a junk yard that will let another dodge in.
Looks just like another truck, do we really need them.
yeah dodge+bad tranny= JUNK YARD
o and anthony YES WE DO NEED MORE TRUCKS this world runs on trucks you take the trucks out and replace them with hybrid P.O.S. cars and what do you have...a society of overgrown pussy mamasboys, and honestly who the hell wants that
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