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    • George Kuh
      George Kuh

      You suck!!!!!

      about 20 days ago
    • takencareofbidness

      Thanks for the informative video. But driving around while you're talking is very distracting. Makes it harder to concentrate on what you're saying. I don't see the point of doing that.

      about 1 month ago
    • t m
      t m


      about 5 months ago
    • MIKE

      Wow, calling bullshit on that Lariat package. Especially at that price point.

      about 11 months ago
    • Shaz Yyyy
      Shaz Yyyy

      Annoying, I don't want to c your face i want to c the Trucks.

      about 1 year ago
    • Caleb Niederhofer
      Caleb Niederhofer

      Living in texas I’m past even wanting leather again , plus after owning both cloth holds up much better over time. Neither for me I think stx is the best value out there . Stx comes with 8 inch touch screen , flow thru console .I can’t even justify the cost for the lariat , when the stx really has everything you need minus a few things like padded arm rest , the led lit cab I can live without , same with heated seats , upgraded audio for that matter.

      about 1 year ago
    • dr love 69
      dr love 69

      I have a fully loaded XLT 18 inch chrome wheels chrome grill it's fully loaded only thing it's missing is the sunroof and leather seats and a few other features nothing major I'm happy with it it's a very nice looking truck

      about 1 year ago
    • Conservative America
      Conservative America

      You need to know what you're selling! I have a 2016 f150 xlt 302a package with heated and cooled cloth seats!

      about 1 year ago
    • Tommy Truth
      Tommy Truth

      All anybody needs is the XL model.

      about 1 year ago
    • Noah Jandebeur
      Noah Jandebeur

      You guys should do a Lariat or F-150 vs. Raptor comparison.

      about 1 year ago
    • Dewaltpro picture
      Dewaltpro picture

      Yes I do have a question : aluminum is garbage

      about 1 year ago
    • Eric Anderson
      Eric Anderson

      A Prius man explaining a truck lol

      about 1 year ago
    • Garred34

      There are a couple of big differences that weren't mentioned between the XLT and the Lariat. These are things that are only available as an option on the Lariat. 
      1 Climate Control 
      2. LED Headlights
      3. Electronic dashboard 
      4. Position seat memory for 2 drivers 
      5. Rear Center Armrest
      6. Power folding mirrors and 7. Push button start!  The first two are the biggest differences in my opinion. I have the XLT with the 302 package and I hate the halogen headlights and wish I had Climate control. Otherwise I love the truck

      about 1 year ago
    • Jim Lawson
      Jim Lawson

      Voice was good and clear.  Far too simplistic an overview.  Why are we looking at you the entire time?   Show the differences!

      about 1 year ago
    • gambetas

      Bad review, better to show the vehicle and focus on better info to offer rather than seing you driving and talking because clearly you can't do both

      about 1 year ago
    • I'm Just Slingin
      I'm Just Slingin

      So... different grill, leather with cooled seats, wood trim, and 8” dash screen. Everything else can be the same as far as options. Personally I don’t care for the wood grain and grill on the lariat. XLT FX4 lightning blue with leather and a sunroof 😎 302A with chrome package. Beast mode for just over 50G MSRP

      about 1 year ago
    • IVORY123100

      I bought my Supercrew F-150 in May .. The biggest thing I wanted was an " Engine " The 2. and the 3. was suspicious to me .. A supercharged hamster will always have more problems .. I want a motor !! and it had to have the biggest Ford offered .. I paid exactly 39,999 .00 . no more no less .. Has more buttons then I ever wanted and it fells like driving a luxury car and yanks my trailer with no problem .. I know others wanna get a 4x4 and my reasoning is ' Why pay 10 grand so I can have a sticker on the side with 4x4 .. I live in the south and the only time it would be engaged is pulling others out of ditches ..

      about 2 years ago
    • Boopa Dozier
      Boopa Dozier In reply to IVORY123100

      IVORY123100 just a big ol pussy.

      about 1 year ago
    • Mr. Ford-Man
      Mr. Ford-Man

      Buy an XLT with the 302A package and add a Katzkin leather kit and save yourself about $10K. The XLT has the end of the year rebates and you will save BIG! You can buy an XLT that is pretty much loaded like a Lariat for a whole lot less.

      about 2 years ago
    • Lord Killa90
      Lord Killa90 In reply to Mr. Ford-Man

      Mr. Ford-Man exactly what is have. A 2015 XLT upgraded with towing package, extended range tank basically everything besides cooled seats, and leather and a sunroof

      about 3 months ago
    • L B
      L B

      Had a 2016 Lariat with the 502a package and moon roof, nothing but one big rattle and all the extra electronics, touch door locks, push button start constantly malfunctioning. The cooled seats never worked right also. Had for less than a year and traded in for a 2017 XLT with the 302a package. Both have the 5.0 V8 engine and 3.31 rear end. Actually prefer the cloth over the leather seats. You can upgrade to aftermarket leather if you prefer. Didn't get the moon roof option and not one rattle or squeak on the XLT.  The XLT seems to ride and handle better than the Lariat, could be the difference between 20" on the Lariat and 18" wheels on the XLT. Both are 4X4 also. For the Thousands of dollars difference between the two, in my opinion the XLT with the 302a package wins hands down.

      about 2 years ago
    • Alphasky One
      Alphasky One In reply to L B

      Love my 2017 Lariat 4x4, no rattle, quiet ride, love the leather smell and look, rides extremely smooth. Zero complaints on my V8. Love it.

      about 1 year ago
    • Trav B
      Trav B In reply to L B

      L Barnes Haven't had any of those issues with my 2017 Lariat

      about 2 years ago
    • Kidneybeans

      If you spec an xlt (302a?)with most things that are standard on the lariat, which is the better buy?

      about 2 years ago
    • J. Dana Clark
      J. Dana Clark

      Too complicated! no one duels a real 1/2 ton work truck anymore, they're all just bloated cars with boxes.

      about 2 years ago
    • T Stanley
      T Stanley

      XLT sport package is excellent, takes many of the lariat features (bigger screen, heated seats, etc) at $10k less. Can always put a leather interior in for around $1k later on . Black interior and Carbon fiber trim looks way better than the fake wood grain of the lariat too, imo.

      about 2 years ago
    • MegaWwefannumber1
      MegaWwefannumber1 In reply to T Stanley

      Interesting idea. What about cooled seats though lol

      about 11 months ago
    • Mr. Ford-Man
      Mr. Ford-Man In reply to T Stanley

      I did exactly that in my F150 and I LOVE it! I literally juts finished installing my Katzkin leather an hour ago. The carbon fiber look looks way better than an wood trim Lariat IMO. 302A, and Ecoboost 2.7 or 3.5 is the way to go :) I had the 3.5 in my F150 Tremor and did the 2.7 in this one and the 2.7 actually feels a little quicker. Incredible trucks! Buy one!

      about 2 years ago
    • Donald Buzbee
      Donald Buzbee

      What he did not tell you is the 2.7 comes standard with auto start stop technology. I had one and it sucks. I trade it back in for the 5.0 and love it.

      about 2 years ago
    • Tommy Truth
      Tommy Truth In reply to Donald Buzbee


      about 1 year ago
    • Derp
      Derp In reply to Donald Buzbee

      ASS is now standard for 2018 models (except the 3.5 NA). Also, there are several ways to permanently disable it.

      about 1 year ago
    • George Trivanovic
      George Trivanovic

      Not good compare the 3.5 engine is new you said old 3.5 pfft 2.7 real world mpg worse then 5.0 look online from multiple sources 2.7 didn't win engine of the year solely cause the real world mpg suck. Turbo engine needs more maintaince get an xlt with a 5.0 that's the best bang for your buck

      about 2 years ago
    • Jeremy York
      Jeremy York

      You can easily get a nicely equipped XLT for the base Lariat price and get everything but Leather if it's a 2013 or newer. From 2013, HID headlights and leather seating come in the 501/502 option packages anyway. At that point only exterior color options draw the line.

      about 2 years ago
    • Jorge Castro
      Jorge Castro

      Am I the only one that doesn't like wood grain and chrome?

      about 2 years ago

      worst video ever made

      about 2 years ago
    • jsl5570

      Why no mention of the 5.0 L, 385 HP V8? It will outlast any of the V6 engines that will constantly be overworked. I'll take a 302 CID over a 164 CID in a truck every time.

      about 2 years ago
    • William Hamilton
      William Hamilton In reply to jsl5570

      Just look at the guy. Does he strike you as much of a "V8" kind of dude?

      about 1 year ago
    • MegaElkHunter1
      MegaElkHunter1 In reply to jsl5570

      jsl5570 I've seen an entire fleet of ecoboost trucks last over 250k and still run perfectly. Where I've seen 3 of the new 5.0's blow up in the trucks alone less than a year after purchase. One of them was towing and the other two were racing. Where I've been hard on my 3.5 since I bought it and it still whoops the V8's ass and turns over perfectly fine

      about 2 years ago
    • Austin F
      Austin F

      That 3.5 NA that comes standard in the XLT is actually new, Ford threw out the old 3.7 NA in lieu of the NA 3.5, now in the XLT you can get optional the 2.7 TT, 3.5 TT, or 5.0V8. The Lariat gets the 2.7TT standard but options for 3.5TT or 5.0V8.

      about 2 years ago
    • Instinctive Firearm Reviews
      Instinctive Firearm Reviews

      Took a 17 xlt 3.5 Eco boost 10 speed crew cab 4x4 out. I wasn't thrilled. Powertrain seemed like it lagged or jolted. Suspension was bumpy. Maybe I should try the 5.0l out.

      about 2 years ago