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171697The Ford F-150 is America’s best-selling pickup for more than years, and the 2012 model year was another step in that path.

For 2012, a 36-gallon fuel tank was standard on all four-wheel-drive models with the turbocharged V6 engine. A new two-speed automatic transfer case was available for higher trim levels and an electronic locking rear axle that replaced the limited-slip option on some models.

Ford’s Sync system expanded capabilities (AppLink) for smartphones on all models above the base XT trim package.


Featured reviews:

Chevy man assigned an F-150, 5-lier V8

4.4 Rating
Reviewer Comments

I have been driving a Chevy all my life, but I started this construction company with a Ford and I have been very surprised and pleased. I might consider buying one for my personal use.

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  • Overall Ride/Handling 4
  • Cargo Capacity 4
  • Towing Abilities 4
  • Average Fuel Economy 5
  • Overall Performance 5

Not bad for a short-bed, 5-liter V8

4 Rating
Reviewer Comments

The truck has done all that I have asked of it aside from an 8 foot bed.

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  • Overall Ride/Handling 4
  • Cargo Capacity 3
  • Towing Abilities 5
  • Average Fuel Economy 4
  • Overall Performance 4

Reliable construction truck, 5-liter V8

4.6 Rating
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  • Overall Ride/Handling 5
  • Cargo Capacity 5
  • Towing Abilities 5
  • Average Fuel Economy 4
  • Overall Performance 4

4.3 Average*
  • Overall Ride/Handling 4.3
  • Cargo Capacity 4
  • Towing Abilities 4.66
  • Average Fuel Economy 4.33
  • Overall Performance 4.33