2015 Ford F-150 Long-Term Road Test - New Updates

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edited April 2015 in Ford
image2015 Ford F-150 Long-Term Road Test - New Updates

Read the latest updates in our long-term road test of the 2015 Ford F-150 as our editors live with this truck for a year.

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  • jstrauch81jstrauch81 Member Posts: 64
    How about an update that doesn't involve a sledgehammer?
  • suretyguysuretyguy Member Posts: 2
    A test that is totally meaningless, granted this hair brain promo was fun & got a lot of media coverage, if that was the purpose, great. This was a non-test, first off you would need both an aluminum & a steel bed for a fair test. Then you would need a device that impacted both beds with identical force, angle & location. Without a comparison, your test is pure conjecture & junk science. Who knows perhaps one of the bed metals would have more or less damage, perhaps the aluminum might have less damage & consequently receive a lower repair bill. As far as the cost of the tail light assembly with the blind spot monitor in it, aluminum would not be a cause that affected cost. Three estimates of each vehicle repairs & then the results would have shed some light on you pointless point. Next time think before you trash a new vehicle.
  • mittzombiemittzombie Member Posts: 162
    The ecoboost is a turd. You will spend far more in repairs than you will save in fuel.
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