1997 F 250
The 1997 Ford F-250 SuperCab is available in six models - Standard, XL and Heavy-Duty XL available in 2WD and 4WD. The standard and XL... Read More
The 1997 Ford F-250 SuperCab is available in six models - Standard, XL and Heavy-Duty XL available in 2WD and 4WD. The standard and XL models have been redesigned with a new front fascia front grille like the F-150s. The Heavy-Duty models have not been changed. All models now have a standard third door located on the passenger-side. The wheelbase has been stetched up to five inches giving the F250s a firmer stance. The standard suspension has a payload of 2400 and trailer weight of 2100 with the optional suspension maximum weights up to 3890lbs and up to 8800lbs respectively can be achieved. The supercabs have a standard 8-foot bed or optional 6-foot bed. Minimize
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Nov 2, 2005
How not to out run a hurricane in a Ford F-150
Pros: Comfortable for long trips, overall value.
Cons: Reliablity of automatic transmission.
All round value, check for proper service. Good reason it is popular, it a great truck! Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 12, 2000
I'm sorry I've abused you sweety.
Pros: Durable Tough Great ride
Cons: No limited slip Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 16, 2002
Sexy but Tough
Pros: Still looks and acts like new 5 years later.
This truck is bold, tough and classy and ages like a fine wine. I can certainly recommend the vintage '97. If you can find one, grab it! Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 15, 2000
F-150 Would I buy one?
Pros: Fast,Sleek;Strong,Built Ford Tough
Cons: Light in rear, Bad origional Tires Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 29, 1999
I love this truck
Pros: Smootth, Comfortable, and Stylish
Cons: Needs about 20 horsepower Read More at Epinions.com
Nov 4, 2000
Sep 16, 2000
1997 F-150 Super Cab
Pros: Good handling and power
Cons: None yet Read More at Epinions.com
Mar 17, 2000
The Best Never Rest!
Pros: It's a tough yet smooth truck.
Cons: None at all! Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 30, 2000
Jan 2, 2000
105,000 miles can't be wrong
Pros: durable and dependable
Cons: diminished need to get a new truck Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 20, 2000