I bought my current daily driver from them in 2014. It had been part of their rental fleet. I had to replace the alternator shortly after purchase. I never got the promised maintenance record so I have no idea about the life of shocks, brakes, and other parts with similar upkeep needs. Despite these disappointments I'm giving them an overall good rating and excellent on the buying experience which was straightforward and well-handled. There were no high-pressure tactics or fannying about. I'm currently in the market for a pickup for utility hauling and would buy from them again if they had the right "rig" (as we say out west).
A real work horse
by jdavidc21 from Columbia, SC
October 27, 2018
The rear end is light and can shift when turning quickly with no load. Engine head is aluminum and can blow a plug along with its coil. Expenses to fix.
The team at Valley Car Sales does such a great job! From beginning to end you are always taken care of. The salesmen are very knowledgable about the vehicles and the purchasing process is made so easy. We will always recommend Valley Car Sales.
Bought to use as a plow truck.
by MainR from Readfield, Maine
December 14, 2018
So far so good. A few issues with some warning lights but I have them all off except the airbag light. Just came on randomly.
I purchased the truck as a trailer hauler. Truck had enough power it can easily pass even towing 12000 lbs. Always reliable, fault free. I never had a mechanical issue. And it was perfectly comfortable for cross country trips. Or just running errands around town.
Bought this to pull my fifth wheel camper. This truck has the 6.2 gas motor and will pull anything. No hesitation or straining on this truck. Hook up and go in a very stylish and comfortable truck. Big price tag but will be one of my favorite vehicles to drive for years to come.
I have owned two 6.0 diesel F250s. This v10 F250 is with out question a more dependable and affordable truck. I out 84,000 miles on the truck in 7 years, towing a 24' enclosed car trailer in average 2,000 miles a year. It now has 202k miles and has only required general maintenance.
I had an F-150 for 12 years that ran forever with over 150k on it. Unfortunately I was rear ended at high speed and bent the frame. I found my 2005 Ford F-250 Diesel a couple of weeks later. The pulling power is amazing, it does take some gas as mine is lifted but it looks amazing for a 2005. I have 134k on it and it has so much more to go. Keep it serviced and you will absolutely love this truck. I will not let her go until she does not drive anymore. My 6.0 Powerstroke is amazing. Remember to plug her in the winter and you will have no problems.
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