"I haul vintage cars with an enclosed trailer. The f250 diesel is great for this kind of work. It is a bit stiff on rough roads, but the fuel economy is good. I get about 20 mpg in unloaded driving. Pulling my rig, about 12."
"Has been an excellent truck... pulls great... relatively comfortable to drive.... fuel mileage could be better ranged from 10-15 on highway towing. Like integrated tow brake and compression retarding down hills."
"Looks of the truck are nice inside and out. Drives good. If you buy one in 5.4L Gas; make sure the spark plugs have been changed. They are a 2 piece and can break off inside the heads. $1K+ job. Also some other things that they "re-engineered that they should have left alone (i.e. wheel hub assembly bearings can't be changed, you'll have to change the whole assembly +$350 per side. So my advice being an Ex-Ford lover. Don't buy a Ford after 2003."
Cons: "maintaince you should never have do if enginered r"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 1
"Great trucK design and interior poor engine design designed to self destruct due to egr design poor oil cooler placement must remove the cab to work on most problems new engine 12k cooler replacement $3400 thermostat replace $500 better have an oil well after warranty runs out."