2017 Ford F-150 SuperCrew

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2017 Ford F-150 SuperCrew Price, Review, Ratings and Pictures

Updated on: June 17, 2021

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This one celebrates the highest-selling pick-up in the American market. The Ford F-150 pick-up truck has been around for ages and has become a poster boy for all full-sized American trucks. In its 2017 variant, the F-150 is more opulent than ever while staying true to its roots.

It's equipped with an updated V-6 engine with multiple powertrains to choose amongst and available in both long bed and short bed variants, there are a lot of options on this Ford pickup truck and one of them is bound to suit your needs.

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Pros

Powerful V-6 engine

Great Shifting gearbox

Comfortable interior

Lot of trims to choose from

Cons

Expensive optional extras

10-speed transmission only with top end trim

What's New?

The F-150 lineup includes an all-new 10-speed transmission

Rear- and all-wheel-drive models

STX appearance package is also new

Available 4G LTE Wi-Fi connectivity

Exterior paint colors Lightning Blue, Avalanche, and White Gold are now offered


2017 Ford F-150 Consumer Reviews and Ratings

7.8

based on 124 ratings


7.8/10 Features
7.7/10 Interiors
7.8/10 Design
7.9/10 Safety
7.7/10 Reliability
7.7/10 Deal Value

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Catherine

2017 Ford F-150 SuperCrew

Lariat 4dr SuperCrew 6.5 ft. LB 4WD (5.0L 8cyl 6A)

9

User Overall Rating

Posted On: June 11, 2021

Best Lariat trim of Ford F-150

Pros - Performance, good stable ride anywhere, duel climate control

Cons - It's great to date

Worth buying Lariat trim for the best drive experience on the slippery roads This 4WD gets 4 A along with 2 high, 4 low and 4 high, which engages the transfer case and helps to drive with 4Wheel drive in streets with icey roads, sleeky surface. The feature of setting different seat temperatures with dual climate control upon the comfort of passengers. This makes this lariat more worthy than other trims of F-150. on the performance note, every f-150 works great. Must recommended for an better experience.

9/10
Features
9/10
Interior
9/10
Design
9/10
Safety
9/10
Reliability
9/10
Deal Value
9/10
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Cheryl

2017 Ford F-150 SuperCrew

King Ranch 4dr SuperCrew 5.5 ft. SB 4WD (5.0L 8cyl 6A)

9

User Overall Rating

Posted On: May 29, 2021

Safe and sound trucking

Pros - Assured handling, Nice mileage for a truck, big hauler

Cons - The cabin could have been much more attractive

Complete Package "The F-150 really provides a great mileage compared to the tasks that I use the truck for. The handling is really good and despite the big size of the car the turns can be made very easily. The hauling capacity is also stellar and I can carry all my tools and cargo in the bed." Whenever I buy cars I go to this place as its the nearest to my home

9/10
Features
8/10
Interior
8/10
Design
9/10
Safety
8/10
Reliability
9/10
Deal Value
8/10
Dealer Review

AA

Annie

2017 Ford F-150 SuperCrew

King Ranch 4dr SuperCrew 5.5 ft. SB 4WD (5.0L 8cyl 6A)

9

User Overall Rating

Posted On: May 28, 2021

F-150 can do better

Pros - Good towing capacity, better design, brake indicators

Cons - Carpet floor mats, Poor outward visibility

My favourite truck F-150 has a spacious and roomy interior as expected from a truck but the surprising thing is- it is very comfortable too. The seats are good and have good bolstering and are adjustable. All the touchpoints have soft materials on them making them a little premium too. The speakers are loud and have good bass. The tiny cubbies for all your little but important stuff. All in all, a good interior!! Not only that but the design is pretty good too. I love the design of the f-150! It looks solid and aggressive! Ok, I needed a car and they helped me out. I think I probably overpaid.

8/10
Features
7/10
Interior
7/10
Design
9/10
Safety
8/10
Reliability
8/10
Deal Value
5/10
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Features

vehicle bio

base price

$33650

bodystyle

4dr SuperCrew

passenger capacity

6

top speed

102 mph

drivetrain

rear wheel drive

engine type

displacement

213 cu.in.

horsepower

282 hp @ 6250 rpm

torque

253 lb.-ft. @ 4250 rpm

transmission

6-speed shiftable automatic

chassis

suspension front

Independent front double wishbone suspension w/anti-roll bar

suspension rear

Rigid axle rear leaf suspension

dimensions

wheelbase

145 in.

length

231.9 in.

width

79.9 in.

height

75.3 in.

curb weight

4489 lbs.

ground clearance

8.8 in.

capacity

passenger volume

131.8 cu ft.

cargo volume

51.9 cu ft.

towing capacity

11800 lbs.

payload capacity

1610 lbs.

performance

zero to 60 mph

7.6 sec.

standing 1/4-mile

13.7 sec.

fuel economy

city/combined/highway

18/20/25 mpg

highway range

598.0 mi.

warranty

basic warranty

3 yr./ 36000 mi.

drivetrain warranty

5 yr./ 60000 mi.

powertrain warranty

5 yr./ 60,000 mi.

corrosion warranty

5 yr./ unlimited mi.

roadside assistance

Yes


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Trims

XL $33,650 onwards

282 hp @ 6250 rpm | 3.5 L | V6 | Flex-fuel (unleaded/e85)

  • AM/FM Stereo, Seek-Scan Radio
  • Cloth Seat Trim
  • Firmer suspension tuning
  • Infinity sound system
  • Manual Front Air Conditioning

XLT $37,740 onwards

282 hp @ 6250 rpm | 3.5 L | V6 | Flex-fuel (unleaded/e85)

  • 17" X 7" Silver Painted Aluminum Wheels
  • Driver Lumbar Support
  • Front Fog/Driving Lights
  • Spoiler-mounted solar panel

Lariat $43,225 onwards

325 hp @ 5750 rpm | 2.7 L | V6 | Regular unleaded

  • Carbon-fiber aero kit
  • Dual Zone Front Automatic Air Conditioning
  • Leather Seat trim

King Ranch $51,080 onwards

385 hp @ 5750 rpm | 5 L | V8 | Flex-fuel (unleaded/e85)

  • Navigation System
  • Trailer hitch

Platinum $53,635 onwards

385 hp @ 5750 rpm | 5 L | V8 | Flex-fuel (unleaded/e85)

  • Rain Sensing Windshield Wipers

Limited $60,200 onwards

365 hp @ 5000 rpm | 3.5 L | V6 | Regular unleaded

  • Active Parking Assist
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Colors and Styles

2017 Ford F-150 SuperCrew in Blue Jeans Metallic color 2017 Ford F-150 SuperCrew in Caribou Metallic color 2017 Ford F-150 SuperCrew in Lightning Blue color 2017 Ford F-150 SuperCrew in Oxford White color 2017 Ford F-150 SuperCrew in Race Red color
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Ratings

Pricing And Features

8.1

Engine And Performance

8.5

Fuel Economy

7.3

Interior

8.6

Exterior

8.9

Safety

6.9

Competition

8.1

8.0

OVERALL RATING

Expert Review, Pricing Analysis and Buying Guide

8.0

Overall Rating


All the luxury and added niceties have sprung this Ford into an even higher realm of the truck world. Unfortunately, the price tag has seen a nudge too but, the 2017 Ford F-150 still appears destined to remain on the top spot for some time to come.


8.1/10
Pricing and Features

8.5/10
Engine and Performance

7.3/10
Fuel Economy

8.6/10
Interior

8.9/10
Exterior

6.9/10
Safety

8.1/10
Competition


2017 Ford F-150 SuperCrew Pricing and Features

8.1/10

The new Ford F-150 SuperCrew is offered in a total of seven trims. The trims are called XL, XLT, Lariat, Raptor, King Ranch, Platinum, and Limited. All the trims are available with a front-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive configurations except for the Raptor trim which is only available in the four-wheel-drive format. 

The base trims XL comes with a price tag of $33,650 and comes with a basic set of features like 17-inch steel wheels, automatic headlights, etc. Then there is the top-end Limited variant that starts with alloy wheels, chrome bumpers, privacy glass amongst other features. The price range goes from $60,200 to $63,625 respectively.

Trim

XL 

XLT

Lariat

Raptor

King Ranch

Platinum 

Limited

MSRP(FWD)

$33,650

$37,740

$43,225

NA

$51,080

$53,634

$60,200

MSRP(AWD)

$37,160

$41,235

$46,645

$52, 250

$54,505

$57,060

$63,625

Key Features

17-inch steel wheels

Adds to XL trim features

Adds to XLT trim features

Adds to Lariat trim features

Adds to Lariat trim features

Adds to King Ranch trim features

Adds to Platinum trim features

 

Automatic headlights

USB port

Leather upholstery

Off-road racing suspension

Bang & Olufsen premium audio system

Wood trim accents

Twin-panel moonroof

 

Trailer sway control

Smartphone app integration

Power-adjustable front seats

Locking rear differential

A voice-activated touchscreen navigation system

Wi-Fi hotspot

360-degree parking camera

 

Pre-wired trailer connections

Manual driver and passenger lumbar adjustments

Heated and ventilated front seats

Heated rear seats

Power-deployable running boards

Rear Cross-Traffic Alert Pre-Collision Assist 
 

Manual mirrors and windows 

Chrome bumpers

Satellite radio

Heated steering wheel

Blind Spot Monitoring

   
 

Cloth-upholstered 40/20/40-split front bench

Fog lights

SYNC 3 infotainment system

 

     
 

Tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel

Keypad entry system

         

Buying Advice

The XLT trim is the one you should look out for if you want any sort of passenger comfort in your truck. The XL variant focuses more on the work aspects of the truck rather than technology features. If you desire an extra flavor of luxury in your cab, look for the King Ranch trim. For off-road lovers, look no further than the Raptor. 

2017 Ford F-150 SuperCrew Engine and Performance

8.5/10

The 2017 Ford F-150 gets a wide chain of engine options. The base engine is a 3.3-liter turbocharged V6 engine that produces 282 horsepower and 253 pound-feet of torque. An optional 2.7-liter twin-turbocharged V6 is smaller than the base engine but with the help of twin-turbos, it is good to produce 325 horses of power and 375 pound-feet of torque. This engine can only be optioned on XL, XLT, and Lariat models. A 5.0-liter naturally aspirated V8 engine is standard on the King Ranch and Platinum models. This engine makes 385 horsepower and 387 pound-feet of torque. All these engines are mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission. 

The Limited trim comes standard with an all-new 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 engine but the power and torque are boosted to 375 horsepower and 420 pound-feet of torque. The Raptor is a wholly different beast with upgrades designed for high-speed travel over sand or gravel. It has beefier shocks and its 3.5-liter high-output EcoBoost V6 motor churns out a mighty 450 horsepower and 510 pound-feet of torque. These engines replace the traditional 6-speed automatic with an all-new 10-speed automatic gearbox. This gearbox was created with a joint venture between Ford and GM. The base engine pulls from a standstill in a very calm fashion but struggles to get to highway speeds. 

Models

Ford F-150

Nissan Titan

Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Toyota Tundra

MSRP

$33,650

$35,230

$36,235

$34,250

Engine

3.5L Naturally Aspirated V6

5.6L Naturally Aspirated V8

4.3L Naturally Aspirated V8

4.6L Naturally Aspirated V8

Drivetrain

RWD

RWD

RWD

RWD

Transmission

6-speed Automatic

7-speed Automatic

6-speed Automatic

6-speed Automatic

Horsepower

282 hp @ 5750 rpm

390 hp @ 5800 rpm

285 hp @ 5600 rpm

310 hp @ 5600 rpm

Torque

253 lb-ft. @ 3000 rpm

394 lb-ft. @ 4000 rpm

305 lb-ft. @ 4100 rpm

327 lb-ft. @ 3400 rpm

When compared, it turns out to be that the Nissan Titan is the most powerful cab in this competition with 390 horses. Also, it is the only truck to use a 7-speed automatic while its rivals stick to a 6-speed automatic. The second place is occupied by the Toyota Tundra followed by the Chevy Silverado. Finally, with 282 horses, the F-150 rests in the last place. 

How quick is the 2017 Ford F-150 SuperCrew from 0-60 MPH?

When it comes to rapid acceleration, pickup trucks are the last thing that you associate it with. The Ford F-150 is certainly not a road scorcher but it is not a slouch either. The truck does a 0 to 60 mph run in a 7.3-second flat which is certainly considerate at the very least. The quarter-mile run is finished in 13.2 seconds. 

Models

Ford F-150

Nissan Titan

Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Toyota Tundra

0-60 MPH (sec)

7.3

9.3

5.3

6.5 

Quarter mile (sec)

13.2

15.4

13.6

NA

Engine

3.5L Naturally Aspirated V6

5.6L Naturally Aspirated V8

4.3L Naturally Aspirated V8

4.6L Naturally Aspirated V8

Top Speed (mph)

110

120

100

108

The fastest truck in the segment is the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 which completes the 0-60 mph run in 5.3 seconds. Despite housing an underpowered engine, the Toyota Tundra completes the same run in 6.5 seconds. The Nissan Titan is the slowest of all in the competition and just above it is the Ford F-150. 

How does the 2017 Ford F-150 SuperCrew handle?

The Ford F-150 is perhaps the best handling truck in its segment. It is prone to body roll and a bouncy ride like all other trucks but it handles these obstructions rather well. The truck can zoom past corners at moderately high speeds without being too uncomfortable for the passengers. Ford uses aluminum throughout much of the F-150 shaving hundreds of pounds. Those weight savings make the F-150 very nimble, so it feels like a larger SUV than a truck. 

The steering is at its best. It is precise and easy to maneuver at corners. Unlike other trims, the Raptor is specially designed for off-roading purposes. This trim comes with all kinds of performance upgrades like locking rear differential, off-road-tuned rear suspension, and Beadlock wheels. This beast can fight any terrain and its off-road models do give good grip even in slippery conditions. 

How are the brakes on the 2017 Ford F-150 SuperCrew?

The brakes on the F-150 features a set of 13.8-inch rotors in the front and 13.7-inch rotors in the rear. The brakes have a confident feeling about them and the pedals are not too spongy and feature just the right amount of travel. But, they are a bit sensitive compared to its rival. Just push the pedal halfway and you can already feel the truck slowing down. In the brake test, this truck was able to achieve a solid 119 feet to reach zero. This is the best braking distance ever recorded by a pickup truck. 

Models

Ford F-150

Nissan Titan

Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Toyota Tundra

Brake Front (in.)

13.8

13.8

13.0

13.9

Brake Rear (in.)

13.7

13.6

13.6

13.6

Curb Weight (lbs.)

4051

5362

4510

4920

60-0 MPH (ft.)

119

133.7

134

141

The Ford F-150 features the best-in-class stopping distance of 119 feet. Next is the Nissan Titan which is some way from the segment leader at 133.7 feet followed by the Chevy Silverado with 134 feet. In the last place, the Toyota Tundra’s braking distance comes in at 141 feet. 

What’s the towing capacity of the Ford F-150 SuperCrew?

Towing capacity is definitely the deciding factor with work trucks for a lot of people. The base engine is rated at 7,600 pounds. Unless you think the V6 lacks the grunt of the V8, the 3.5-liter EcoBoost is able to tow up to 13,200 pounds when properly equipped. That is the best-in-class figure. The V8 tops out at 11,600 pounds. The truck does feel under stress when at the higher end of the limit but does well with moderate amounts of load tucked at the back.

Models

Ford F-150

Nissan Titan

Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Toyota Tundra

Towing Capacity(lbs.)

7600

9730

8900

10,300

In comparison with rivals, the Toyota Tundra is the segment leader at 10,300 pounds of towing capacity. With 9,730 pounds, the Nissan Titan grabs the second spot. Finally, there is the Chevy Silverado with 8,900 pounds and at the back-end is the F-150 with 7,600 pounds. 

What’s the payload capacity of the 2017 Ford F-150 SuperCrew?

The Ford F-150 has a payload capacity of 1910 pounds which is about what the rivals in the segment offer. The EcoBoost V6 has the best rating on the engine lineup. It can haul loads up to 4,220 pounds while the V8 is rated at 3,270 pounds. 

Models

Ford F-150

Nissan Titan

Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Toyota Tundra

Payload Capacity (lbs.)

1910

1940

1960

2080

It's the Toyota Tundra that takes away the cake with 2080 pounds of payload capacity. The payload capacity of the rest of the rivals is in the same league. The truck with the least capacity is the F-150. If you require better payload capacity then you opt for the F-150 with the 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6. 

2017 Ford F-150 SuperCrew Fuel Economy

7.3/10

The fuel economy on the Ford-150 is modest, to say the least. In the cities, it delivers 18 mpg and 25 mpg on the highways. The truck returns a gas mileage of 20 mpg combined which is actually much better than the rivals in the same segment. In its four-wheel-drive configuration, the city and highway figures are reduced by 1 mpg. 

Model

Ford F-150

Nissan Titan

Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Toyota Tundra

MPG (City)

18

15

18

13

MPG (Highway)

25

21

24

18

MPG (Combined)

20

18

20

15

Fuel Capacity

26

26

26

26.4

Range (City/Highway/Combined)

468/650/559

390/546/468

442/572/507

396/502/449

The Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is the only one that is able to come close to the F-150 at 20 mpg combined. With 18 mpg of combined mileage, the Nissan Titan grabs the third spot on the table while the Toyota Tundra is the least fuel-efficient truck in this segment. It just delivers 15 mpg combined. 

2017 Ford F-150 SuperCrew Interior

8.6/10

The inside of the Ford F-150 SuperCrew is like a living room. You can pack a bunch of people in here to go camping. The SuperCrew style seats up to six individuals. On the lower trims, the seats are covered with cloth upholstery while the higher trims benefit leather treatment. Seat and comfort are where the Ford F-150 excels. The front seats are nicely bolstered and feature an optimum level of padding. The driver’s seat is positioned perfectly and all the controls are within easy reach to the driver and the front passengers.

The material quality is good though all you find is hard plastics. On trims starting from King Ranch, the armrests are leather-padded while the dashboard gets attractive wood trim accents with leather stitching. You’ll find no trouble in finding space in the SuperCrew model as there are ample head and legroom available. On the rear end, there is enough legroom for even the taller folks, and being a truck, headroom is never a concern.

Model

Ford F-150

Nissan Titan

Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Toyota Tundra

Passenger Capacity

6

6

6

6

Front Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (In.)

40.8/66.7/43.9

41.0/63.3/41.8

42.40/66.73/45.27

39.7/66.7/42.5

Rear Row

(Head/Shoulder/Leg) (In.)

40.4/65.9/43.6

40.4/63.6/38.5

40.5/65.7/40.9

38.9/65.5/42.3

In comparison with the rivals, the Chevrolet Silverado is the top spot with the most amount of head and legroom. On the other hand, the Toyota Tundra offers the least amount of interior room in this competition. When it comes to cabin design and quality, the F-150 easily overtakes its rivals. Some of the other rivals include:

  • Multi-functional steering wheel
  • Fabric seats
  • Adjustable headrest
  • 4-way adjustable seats
  • Twin-panel moonroof
  • Dual-zone automatic climate control

How intuitive is the 2017 Ford F-150 SuperCrew’s infotainment system?

The infotainment duties on the Ford F-150 are handled by an 8-inch touchscreen featuring the SYNC 3 MMI which is standard from Lariat onwards. The base XL doesn’t come much but that’s the life of a work truck. But it does come with an auxiliary jack and reversing camera while the XLT trim adds a USB port and Bluetooth connectivity. 

The entire system is a breeze to use and fairly easy to learn. The touch response time would have certainly been better but the overall system is really good to use. There are some nicely-arranged buttons to control the audio settings and climate functions. Some standard features include Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Bluetooth streaming, etc. Some of the other features include:

  • Satellite radio
  • A 10-speaker Bang & Olufsen premium audio system
  • Voice-activated SYNC system
  • Three USB ports
  • Wi-Fi hotspot
  • AM/FM radio

How much cargo capacity does the 2017 Ford F-150 SuperCrew offer?

Cargo volume depends on the size of load beds. SuperCrew models get access to short and medium-sized beds. The basic 5.5-feet cargo bed on the F-150 features a generous 52.8 cubic feet of space to store your stuff. Another cargo bed with a length of 6.5-feet offers space up to 62.3 cubic feet. The area is easy to get in and out of and the entire process is fairly easy and straight-forward.

Model

Ford F-150

Nissan Titan

Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Toyota Tundra

Cargo Volume (cu-ft.)

62.3

NA

61.6

NA

The Ford F-150 offers the class-leading cargo capacity of 62.3 cubic feet in this segment and just below it is the Chevy Silverado with 61.6 cubes. The stats for the Titan and the Tundra are unknown. 

2017 Ford F-150 SuperCrew Exterior

8.9/10

Even after being a full-sized truck, the Ford F-150 weighs in at 4051 pounds which is lighter than much lighter than the rivals. There is not a lot of trim that protrudes out of the body and the car looks well balanced from the front and the rear. The front look of the F-150 is the most attractive look in the current market. As with most pickup trucks, the styling at the back is relatively simple. The big thing about this truck is that its body is made of aluminum. That means it is lighter than other pickup trucks in the market. 

Model

Ford F-150

Nissan Titan

Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Toyota Tundra

Curb Weight (lbs.)

4051

5362

4700

4920

Length(in)

209.3

228.1

205.57

228.2

Width(in)

79.9

79.5

80.0

79.9

Height(in)

75.2

75.2

73.5

75.8

Ground Clearance (in)

9.3

9.6

8.2

10.6

Wheelbase (in)

122

139.8

119.0

145.7

The Nissan Titan is the heaviest truck in the segment at 5362 pounds and it is also the longest truck in the segment at 228.1 inches. At 145.37 inches, the Toyota Tundra boasts the widest wheelbase in this segment. Its body is raised at 10.6 inches making it perfect for off-roading purposes. Some of the exterior highlights include:

  • Dual headlights
  • Multi-spoke alloy wheels
  • LED DRLs
  • Chrome front grille

2017 Ford F-150 SuperCrew Safety

6.9/10

The new Ford F-150 is one of the hot-selling vehicles for the manufacture and Ford has ensured that the sales are not let down by sub-standard safety measures. The truck has been well-equipped with a host of safety features that ensure the safety of passengers at all times. The car has already been tested by the NHTSA and has scored a perfect 5 stars in almost all of the categories. Furthermore, it also secured ‘Good’ ratings from IIHS. Some of the safety features include:

  • AdvanceTrac with RSC (Roll Stability Control) and Curve Control
  • Individual Tire Pressure Monitoring System (excludes spare)
  • SOS Post-Crash Alert System
  • Parallel Park Assist
  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Forward Collision Warning
  • Automatic Emergency Braking
  • Blind Spot Monitoring
  • Rear Cross-Traffic Alert
  • Automatic High-Beams
  • Lane Keep Assist

2017 Ford F-150 SuperCrew Competition

8.1/10

Ford F-150 SuperCrew vs Nissan Titan Crew Cab

The Nissan Titan is a full-size heavy-duty truck from the oriental car makers. The truck certainly falls shorts on looks, especially when compared to the rivals like the F-150. However, the truck features tried and tested rugged V8 engines that are known for their bomb-proof reliability, and the base price even with options is fairly considerate. The new Nissan Titan Crew Cab is a capable vehicle but it still falls short of the Ford F-150 as a truck overall.

Ford F-150 SuperCrew vs Chevrolet Silverado Crew Cab

The new Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Crew Cab is one of the more conventional-looking trucks amongst the rivals. The vehicle features a rock-solid and sturdy build. The cabin is nice to look at and even comfortable for the passengers. But, the Ford F-150 is certainly the more modern vehicle both inside and outside while the Silverado is a more traditional vehicle.

­­­­­Ford F-150 SuperCrew vs Toyota Tundra

The Toyota Tundra is one of the most reliable trucks out there in the market. The interior quality on the truck is far superior to a lot of trucks in the segment. Even when it comes to the looks department, the Tundra looks fairly modern and pleasing to the eye from all angles. The new Toyota Tundra still certainly falls short of the pedigree of the Ford F-150 in terms of every possible angle there is.

2017 Ford F-150 SuperCrew Final Verdict

The 2017 Ford F-150 features a brilliant interior setup and the materials used feel as they come straight out of a luxury sedan. The power stats are also up to the mark. But, with luxury interiors comes luxury prices. The truck has the tendency to get real expensive, real fast. There are a lot of trims to choose from and there is certainly at least one that will suit you at your price. So all in all, there is little to nothing that can get wrong if you decide to buy this potent pick-up truck.

Top User Reviews

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User Overall Rating

Best Lariat trim of Ford F-150

Worth buying Lariat trim for the best drive experience on the slippery roads

by Catherine

9

User Overall Rating

Safe and sound trucking

Complete Package

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9

User Overall Rating

F-150 can do better

My favourite truck

by Annie

8

User Overall Rating

Versatile machine.

A truck that gets most of it right.

by Todd M. Mattos

8

User Overall Rating

Again The Impressive F-150

Dynamic Performer

by Andrea E. Heider

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