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Courtesy Ford Inc
(814) 942-3000
401 Pleasant Valley Blvd
Altoona, PA
Tri Star Ford Mercury of Tyrone, Inc
(814) 684-4100
4548 East Pleasant Valley Blvd
Tyrone, PA
Selinsgrove Ford
(570) 374-8131
10 N Susquehanna Trail
Selinsgrove, PA
State College Ford Lincoln - Mercury Inc
(814) 238-5041
3140 West College Ave
State College, PA
Solomon Ford, LLC
(724) 785-5500
500 National Pike West
Brownsville, PA
Stuckey Ford, Inc
(814) 695-9862
Route 22 West
Hollidaysburg, PA
Freedom Ford Sales, Inc
(814) 471-7623
3941 Admiral Peary Hwy
Ebensburg, PA
Phil Fitts Ford Lincoln Mercury
(724) 658-3521
3250 Wilmington Rd
New Castle, PA
Rottet Motors, Inc
(570) 668-2130
117 S Greenwood Street
Tamaqua, PA
Shults Ford Lincoln Mercury in Harmarville
(412) 828-2300
2871 Freeport Road
Pittsburgh, PA

2008 Ford F150

2008 Ford F150 exterior.

Complete 2008 Ford F-150 New Car Reviews listed below

The 2008 Ford F-150 midsize Pickup Truck is available in Regular Cab Pickup Truck (MSRP $17,520 - $30,970), Extended Cab Pickup Truck - Super Cab (MSRP $23,615 - $33,520), and Crew Cab Pickup Truck – Super Crew (MSRP $26,955 - $39,830) versions. It comes in XL, STX, XLT, FX2, FX4, Lariat, 60th Anniversary, Limited, King Ranch, and Harley-Davidson trim levels. This model competes with the Chevrolet Silverado 1500, Dodge Ram Pickup 1500, GMC Sierra 1500, Lincoln Mark LT, Nissan Frontier, and Toyota Tacoma.

Buyers may choose from a 202-horpsepower, 4.2-liter V6 engine available on regular cabs only, a 248-horsepower, 4.6-liter V8 engine, 300-horsepower, 5.4-liter V8 engine, and a 450-horsepower, 5.4-liter supercharged V8 engine available only on the Harley-Davidson RWD trim level. This model comes with a 4-wheel drive (4WD) and a rear-wheel drive (RWD) system. It also has four-speed and five-speed automatic or manual transmission.

The Ford F-150 midsize Pickup Truck comes in three body styles: the regular cab comes with a 6.5-foot or 8-foot cargo bed, while the extended cab comes with a 5.5-foot, a 6.5-foot, or an 8-foot cargo bed. The crew cab, meanwhile, comes with a 5.5-foot or a 6.5-foot cargo bed. For an easier cab access the regular and extended cab is equipped with reverse-opening rear doors, while the crew cab has four full-size doors. If properly equipped with the 5.4-liter V8 engine this model can tow up to 11,000 pounds and carry a 3,050-pound payload.1

The Ford F-150 pickup truck has been the best-selling vehicle in the United States for 23 years and the best-selling truck for 30 years. It is also in its eleventh generation as of 2008. The Ford F-150 was then assembled at 2 locations; the Kansas City Assembly in Claycomo, Missouri and at the Dearborn Truck plant (which is a part of the large River Rouge Plant complex) in Dearborn, Michigan.2

The Ford F-150 midsize Pickup Truck suspension features are a solid live axle rear suspension, a front independent suspension, a front stabilizer bar, and double wishbone front suspension.

Ford F-150 pickup truck instrumentation features include cargo tie downs, a clock, a tachometer, and low fuel level warning.

The Ford F-150 midsize Pickup Truck exterior features are painted finish bumpers, vinyl floor covering, a side-impact door beam, and intermittent wipers. It also has an underbody-mounted spare tire, steel spare wheel, a full-size matching spare tire, all season tires, and 17-inch steel wheels.

Seats and trim features for the Ford F-150 pickup truck include vinyl upholstery, 40-20-40 split bench front seats, and a 3-person total seating capacity.

Basic convenience features on the Ford F-150 midsize Pickup Truck are an overhead console with storage, a 12-volts ...

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