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2001 F-150

2001 F-150

The Ford F150 Styleside SuperCrew crew cab pickup is newly introduced this year and is available in four models: XLT and Lariat, in either... Read More
The Ford F150 Styleside SuperCrew crew cab pickup is newly introduced this year and is available in four models: XLT and Lariat, in either 2WD or 4WD. Standard equipment includes a 5.5-foot shortbed with four full size doors, privacy glass in the rear compartment, and power adjustable brake/accelerator pedals. Also included are rear seat reading lamps, cup holders, and door map pockets. Four-wheel ABS disc brakes and an overhead console with compass and outside air temperature are also standard. Lariat models include a leather steering wheel and leather seating, 17-inch chrome steel wheels, a keyless entry keypad (on driver door), and remote entry system. A power moonroof and a pickup bed extender are available as options on all models. Minimize
Author's Rating: Rating: 5/5 stars
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By:   ECF1956
Nov 28, 2000
2001 F-150

Best of Both Worlds

Author's Rating: Rating: 5/5 stars

Pros: Space, Drive, Utility

Cons: Fuel Economy (I can wish can't I)

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Author's Review
This is my dream vehicle ! I owned an SUV but I often needed a pickup to haul things. I have two small children so pickups were generally out of the question for easy entry into car seats. When I saw the Supercrew I fell in love with it. It drives like a car with the extra luxury of being higher off the road. It is roomy and luxurious inside (I have the Lariat with 60/40 bench seat). I just took it on vacation and found it extremely comfortable in both the back seat (between two carseats) and in the front driver seat during an 11 hour trip. The pickup bed is fine for most uses, sometimes you need to drop the tailgate to haul long loads such as lumber. I recommend tubular running boards since the truck is a bit tall to get in easy. I also recommend a Roll-N-Lock tonneau cover if you need to occasionally need to haul smaller items and luggage that need to be locked up, it still allows you to haul taller cargo when locking is not required. I got the 5.4l V-8 with trailer towing package and found it had more than enough power to pull my horse trailer with two horses up hills. On snow and ice this truck is very stable and brakes on ice fast and strait with it's 4 wheel antilock brakes. This truck is a best buy in my book !

 


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