2010 Ford F-150 consumer reviews

$22,060–$26,730 MSRP range
side view of 2010 F-150 Ford
93% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.8
  • Interior design 4.7
  • Performance 4.6
  • Value for the money 4.6
  • Exterior styling 4.7
  • Reliability 4.6
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Most reliable truck I've ever owned!

This truck is very well taken care of. It may have some minor stains on the seats but it was used to transport my family around. Very clean inside and out. A minor dent on the top driver side of the tail gate, that is how we purchased it. All the maintenance has been kept up; oil change when needed, tires rotated and replace when needed, etc. the spare tire is brand new! Has plenty of leg room in the back and front. Sync blue tooth. Towing and chrome package. Also has side mirrors defrost button on dash. Drives and handles like a charm.


F-150 Does it all...

We absolutely love this truck and it did everything we needed and then some. It can be a tough work horse, fun excuse to jump on the road a go, and it looks great while doing it is that you're doing!!


Dependable, capable yet classy King Ranch

I love this truck! I wish I could keep I would though for my work I do need a larger truck, seeking a f 250. This truck has fulfilled all my needs as a contractor and someone who likes to enjoy an evening out. This King Ranch has been a very well versed and dependable vehicle for me.


great lifted truck

i love this lifted truck really good job in the lifted on this beautiful ford lifted thanks Auto Villa and thanks to Carlos best sales rep i ever met


2010 f150

Can't trust it. Not dependable. Can't trust it to start, worst vehicle I've ever owned. Now back driver side door won't open. What's next, ow yes trade off an get a real truck.


Every man needs a truck

The Ford F150 supercab had everything I wanted in a secondary vehicle. Love at first sight. Great tech features and tons on room inside. CAn hardly tell I'm driving a full-sized truck.


Great PickUp

This is a great car for a family or for any single person it is super roomy and comfortable. This one has sink to play music from your phone or make phone calls and it’s also equipped with Sirius radio


Ford's Flagship Model

A beautiful truck, mine is a Supercab Lariat model. I have yet to find a vehicle with an interior that I like as much as I do on this truck, it was the reason I searched long and hard for one with this trim. The tan leather, accented by woodgrain and silver trim with chrome accented gages along with the huge comfortable captains chairs and the suprisingly comfortable rear seat on this truck make it truly feel like a flagship model, which it is. There are a few rattles here and there in the interior, nothing extreme. It has all the power bells and whistles including a power moonroof and sliding rear window. The rear window had to be replaced once because it cracked, which was common with the 2010 models from what I hear. 2010 was the first year they offered a defroster equipped rear slider window and the glass would break after heating up and cooling down cycles. No huge deal either, insurance covered it. The ride is a little jiggly unloaded, don't forget it IS a F-150 pickup truck. I do actually use it for hauling now and then, alot of dirt bike transporting, some heavier stuff like flooring, firewood, scrap metal, general homeowner type stuff. It has handled it well. The "man-step" on the rear tailgate is really useful and I love using it. Makes climbing in and out of the bed a breeze. The performance of the 5.4L V8 is solid. I hear its a little down on power to its peers, but the 5.4L has since been updated with more powerful engines. I haven't had any issues with it in almost 100,000 miles knock on wood, so I cant knock it! A slight exhaust leak has developed recently, nothing horrible just that slight "tick"noise under load. I hope it isn't the manifold, but I hear manifold cracks are common with this engine. The transmission seems solid with some occasional hard shifts when cold. That was subject of a Ford service bulletin, there is nothing to remedy it, they just shift a little hard before they are up to normal operating temperature. I did have a small transmission leak because of a bad seal, which is another common issue with this era truck. I enjoy driving the truck, it handles pretty good for a truck, fairly tight turning radius. It is difficult to turn your head and judge the rear of the truck when backing up...thank goodness for the backup camera and proximity sensors...they help alot. Brakes could be a bit more powerful, but not bad as they are. I definitely wouldn't want them as touchy as my Father's 2016 Toyota Tacoma. The only huge issue I have with this truck is a few issues of rust/rot that I believe was premature. We live in an area where there is A LOT, probably an EXCESSIVE amount of corrosive road salt applied to the roads. This caused the rocker panels to absolutely rot to pieces to the point they had to be replaced last year. I was really dissappointed to see this happen at the relitively low age of 7 years old. The rocker panels are of a poor design, allowing salt and water to get trapped up in them and then they rot from the inside out. But I cant rip on Ford vehicles for this, it happens to just about all brands. I've seen Chevy and Dodge trucks from the same area with rust just as bad, even worse in spots. Toyotas have vehicles with their frames recalled because of rot issues. It is a total shame that so many vehicles are ruined because of salt related corrosion. The rust did break my heart a bit on this truck, but looking back on the 7 years I've owned it, its been a damn good vehicle overall. I still think its an absolute stunner exterior and interior looks wise and it still gets the job done when there is a load to haul. And nothing is sweeter then riding up front on big heated leather chairs hauling a load of scrap metal or manure in the bed!!


The best Work Truck on the market

Hands-free bluetooth and all the modern amenities make an otherwise standard work truck a great value. New engine and Trans means the car is basically new. Ford Warranty comes with it!


Most reliable truck on the market

Purchased this Lariat 4 x 4 new. Currently has 112,000 miles and still looks and runs as great as the day I drove it home. The Lariet package is pure luxury. Love the heated and cooled leather seats. Not comfortable with the new full size trucks with 4 and 6 cylinder engines. Would never buy a full sized truck without a big fossil fuel burning V8. I don’t trust a smaller engine to do the work these trucks are built for.