They did have the 6.2L those years too. If I was going V8 I would try to find one of thema 2014 is going to be a 5.0.
In the current market 19 for a 2014 f150 is a good deal, but how good depends on the Trim. Not much to go on in the OP.
The truck greg pictured is appears to be an XLT which is a mid trim.
A ton of STX were sold which is an XL with some amenities.
Lot of fleet XL's too, but if it dent have steel wheels it probably isn't that.
Yup. 411hp and 434 ft-lbs of torque. Its a burly motor.No, the 6.2 was available in 2011-2014 F150's. Not common at all, but it was an option.
I have seen one.That may be, but good luck finding one. I don't know if I have ever seen one in anything but a SuperDuty.
Exactly...I'm already likely over the payload capacity of my 2005 Silverado 1500....gas prices aren't going to make me switch to mini truck that would be downright dangerous with the weight I carry every day.Its a truck? I had one and I got about 18-19 on a long trip. My 2019 gets about 22 on a long trip. I don't think that is bad mileage for a truck.
It was available in 2014. Its in the towing guides and the spec sheets.I have seen one.
It was only in the king ranch and lariat (and Raptor of course) unless it was available on some sort of special fleet order no low level trucks and even on the high range trucks it was an option. I thought it only lasted a year or two though, i would not swear it was or was not available in 2014 but i incline toward not.
These vague one liners crack me up.
The paint on my parent's 2000 Expedition (white) is holding up surprisingly well, but of course we are in Canada where the sun is a bit less intense. The black on our 2002 Expedition held up very well too. Heck, even the paint on my old '89 Town Car was very good.The paint alone is enough to make me abandon Fords. If it’s a short term ownership plan, that’s different.
2011: Harley Davidson and Raptors (Standard), Availible on Lariats and Platinums with Max Trailer Tow
2013: Raptor (Standard) Available on XLT, FX2 or FX4, Lariats, and Platinums
King Ranch never offered the 6.2 - only the ecoboost engine.
That's fine but most people use theirs as daily drivers with just themselves inside. Then it's more like 14-15 mpg around town on a good day.Its a truck? I had one and I got about 18-19 on a long trip. My 2019 gets about 22 on a long trip. I don't think that is bad mileage for a truck.