I really want my husband to get this truck,but he wants to get the F350,which I think is too big. What do you think of this one?
(Were looking at the 2007,this ones 2006 but they look about the same)
I'm also providing a link, where it shows the structure of what makes the F-150 the leader in it's segment in numerous ways. It's still the benchmark for interior quality and quietness which as yet to be matched by new "competitiors". The link goes on to compare the F-150 with a few other trucks. Even shows the frame and various other components which the competition can't even match...just like the new TUndra has an open "C" channel frame which is a joke.
New link is one of the SuperDuty series which just debuted this year. And as one journalists said, the Superduty's didn't just raise the bar for it's segment, it tossed it right out the window bar-none. There's a reason the F-series has been the best selling truck in the world for various years, and in the US for 29 years.
As to which series you prefer, all depends on what your needs are. Superduties are mainly for serious work. 40% of F-series built are the Superduty series. I like the specific series editions like the Harley Davidson and King Ranch Editions. Just makes them a tad different from the others with some trim and decor.
Just my thoughts...hope this helps...:-)
My dad has an 07 F150 lariat and he is very happy with it.
F 150 Harley Davidson comes with 5.4 V8.
If you're looking for great outdoors, hunting or fishing then you should go for F150. F150 will tow a mid-size boat, you will enjoy driving it in city and it's great on the highways.
F 350 produces more torque and it's towing capacity is greater than F150.
You can get 2007 F350 with standard 5.4 V8, but you can also chose 6.8 V10 or 6.0 L turbo diesel as an option
If you'r looking for big torque to tow a yacht or something, then you should go for F350 - it's one, big, powerful and very reliable truck, it will transport the heaviest units. It is a king of the road.
and they have bad warenty.
You can compromise and get an F-350 with the Harley package.
I would suggest the Amarillo model as a compromise that is not really a compromise.
The F350 is a great truck, but unless the 1 ton is really needed for work capabilities, it is overkill that will come out at the fuel pump. I suggest the diesel, as the engines make more torque and last longer with proper maintanence.
petrol cost exceeds your ability to purchase? Can you buy the drivetrain change equipment now rather than wait for
longer delivery time at higher cost later? Who in your service area could do the work and maintain the vehicle afterward?
Can you fuel your vehicle at your residence during times of sleep using an electric pump? Isnt there an all electric pick-up available after 2012 that is better than today's F-150?
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