Lanny was great! An easy and low pressure car buying experience!
Worst vehicle ever
by Ford hater from Colorado
January 7, 2019
Just one year old. Battery died(YES everything was off). You cannot get the the door locks to unlock the back seat door(where my jump box is). Thought I would use a solar panel designed to keep batteries charged. Truck is run for 8 days then sits for 6. Guess what some "engineer" designed the truck so none of the aux power outlets work when the truck is turned off(great idea (sic)). The cruse control is a pain in the rear to operate(steering wheel controls are NOT user friendly). If you program a "My Key" you cannot modify without the master key. You do not teed it to program(STUPID). The hands free almost never works( voice comes on and says"you have an incoming call press 1 to answer" NOT hands free. Who designs a 4X4 truck with manual hubs in this day and age, but has an electric lock on the tailgate. I you want to use the front center cup holders with the center jump seat down, you have to remove the headrest from the center console then try to find someplace to store it, I recommend the trash. Took a rock in the windshield when the truck was 4 months old, The new windshield would not seal. After the company replaced twice, it was determined that the windshield opening was not the correct shape, it took tripling the sealant to get the windshield to seal. In the 70's I was a diehard Ford fan but now they are garbage. I would not recommend Ford to my worst enemy.
Service was phenomenal. I arrived late and they were very patient and thorough. Found the vehicle I wanted and was in and out quickly. I have not a single complaint.
Very nice truck except for rusty bumpers
by Byron Turcotte from Manitoba Canada
January 4, 2019
I really enjoy my F250 it pulls great but quality control with their chrome on both the bumpers is horrible I have rust coming through after 2 months of owning the truck FORD won't fix it I'm not made of money!!!
My truck was in the shop longer than stated. When I returned the loaner vehicle, the service technician inspected the loaner vehicle with a fine tooth comb before giving me the keys to my vehicle. I had left some papers in the loaner so I went back. There was a gentleman returning a loaner and picking up his vehicle. The service technician asked the gentleman was everything ok and is the tank full. The gentleman said yes. The service technician handed the gentleman his keys and said thank you. The service technician did not inspect this man car before he was given the keys to his vehicle. Maybe because I'm a woman? Maybe because I'm an African American? Not sure, however, this didn't sit well with me.
My dream truck
by RamBob from Olive Branch, Ms
December 22, 2018
I just retired and wanted the right truck for my retirement dreams. My F250 Superduty does just that. Very happy and for the first time my wife likes riding in it more than her car. This truck will out last me I’m sure. My last two Ford trucks made it past 350,000 miles and 15 years of service. Way to go Ford!
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