I love my F-250. It has the 6.0L diesel that many people say are extremely unreliable. I have to disagree. I have not had any problems with my 6.0L and it has been very reliable for me everyday. For two years this truck was my daily driver. I would not reccomend this because fuel economy is not great for an 8,000 pound truck. The interior is fantastic, heated leather seats, leather wrapped steering wheel and a surprisingly low amount of noise when driving. The suspension is rough but that is to be expected from a huge truck that is designed to tow and be loaded at all times. This engine is not low on power at all. I can slip the tires if I press the throttle too hard on acceleration and the turbo response is almost instantaneous. The exterior is very sleek but an older design that doesn't turn heads like it used to. It is a work horse and should be treated as such.
We have owned a lot of different trucks over the years, but by far, Fords have always been our favorites. They are super tough, reliable, comfortable, and affordable. Plus we appreciate the fact that Ford did not take any government assistance from the bail-outs a few years ago as did Dodge and Chevy. Yeah for Ford!
Mario and the entire crew was very professional .. they made the car buying experience easy . They did everything possible to make things easy for me . I will only buy my cars from DDM ❤️
2006 F250 5.4L used farm vehicle.
by MFCobb from Houston, Texas
July 3, 2018
A handy man special at $3,333 plus the $215 document fee. I bought it as is. Had eleven codes, I got it down to two(evap canister and fuel tank pressure).
Replaced plugs, coil packs, tail speed sensor, transmission temperature sensor & tow solenoid, and someone had removed the evap canister and all associated under the spare tire and to the gas tank... and changed the gas tank to a newer one but did not put the pressure sensor or evap canister or solenoid back.... A trip to a pick a part or craigslist part out will solve that for a bill.
Someone had cut all the vacuum hoses under the dash behind the glove box AND A/C mode selector switch. I patched all those until I get a replacement harness from pick a part. The dust in the dash was everywhere. I cleaned it up with a keyboard vacuum attachment brush. Bought two new front fenders off of Amazon installed. Bought rear door cable ends off of Amazon to install on a cool Saturday morning ... all in all so far I have $4200 in it.
The tires on it are like new so I got that going for me.
It needs some body work here and there. It is a work truck so someday when I get a round to it. It looked like the tranny filters or fluid had never been cleaned. Burned some but luckily the filters did their job. It is clean and changed now. I am gonna flush it some cool Saturday morning. It now runs like a top except for the emissions crap.
I replaced the factory radio with a Kenwood. All in all not a bad deal, but not for the squeamish. I knew it was a good deal for me because I can work on that stuff. I have one of those Bluetooth code readers... and patience... It will be a good work truck that I will not slowdown for railroad tracks or worry about scratches for. Just an old farm truck headed to the oil field. I have the title in my hand.
I bought my '06 White 4x4 Lariat one owner with 200,000 on it 2.5 yrs ago. Have all receipts since birth and other than changing tires, filters, brake pads, a couple of hose elbows that's it. I run T6 fresh every 5k. Hope I'm not jinxing myself by bragging here, but can't imagine a better truck out there. I've got 10k in her and if anything ever went south I'd simply buy a reman engine and start again. This year is great looking, can tow anything you got, super comfortable and huge back seat condo right!! 257k on this 6.0 and she runs like new. I'll update this post when I hit 350k :-)
After getting rid of my Buick enclave because of endless problems,needed something more reliable. They had exactly what I was looking for and more options on the lot within price range. They have good quality cars, nice laid back salesman. Worked with me and held the car. Had a 360 point inspection by mechanic and came back no problems which was good to hear. Y'all give them a chance before going anywhere else.
Plenty of towing power
by NDFan from Illinois
May 13, 2018
Plenty of power and even more room in the crew cab. Great MPG for as much as it weighs. All in all very pleased with the truck.
Great and friendly customer service when I visited the location. They provided me with all the necessary resources required to purchase vehicle. Will recommend them
A Truck named Betsy
by Kdog89 from Forney,TX
May 13, 2018
This is a great diesel truck for the enthusiasts, towing, long hauls, and weekends to camp/lake/deerlease. Met all my needs as a young man. I really loved having this Truck.
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