Full review of my 2018 Ford F-150 STX Crew with exact pricing. Why I beieve its the best value on a new truck.

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    • Mark Gennaro
      Mark Gennaro

      I bought a 2017 STX, 2.7 liter for the same reason you did. I have spent about 7 thousand in upgrades so far and probably will spend more. The STX is the best bang for the buck.

      about 4 months ago
    • yea bouy
      yea bouy In reply to Mark Gennaro

      +Cory turner right, lol. I bough a mid loaded XLT and only did performance upgrades.

      about 2 months ago
    • Cory turner
      Cory turner In reply to Mark Gennaro

      yea bouy I made that mistake on my last xlt. Put so much money in upgrades I should have just bought a Loaded xlt or lariat. Lesson learned

      about 2 months ago
    • yea bouy
      yea bouy In reply to Mark Gennaro

      Why spend almost $40k and still put $7k in upgrades?

      about 2 months ago
    • david czapla
      david czapla In reply to Mark Gennaro

      Got an STX 4x4 in Denim Blue super crew. So far I'm getting 20.3 mpg

      about 3 months ago
    • Brittany Rangel
      Brittany Rangel

      Not sure if anyone has mentioned this before but the auto start only works when the wheels are straight. If the tires are straight and it’s still not working then it may be defective. I have a 2018 STX. The gas mileage would get better if you select eco option I tend to get 20.6 on mine but it’s not as light as driving it normal.

      about 4 days ago
    • ouisi7
      ouisi7

      Dude, you got fleeced. Ever wonder why they were ok giving you what you asked for on your trade? It's because a savvy buyer will get them to $35k before talking trades. Shit, 30 seconds on truecar knocks $5k off the price. Plus they got you in a lease too. You could have been in a Lariat instead of a pretty XL for $44k.

      about 7 days ago
    • J C
      J C

      You idiot. You paid in the 40ks to lease! You gave them your truck and had a down payment and you are renting. Misleading fucking video. It would be a great deal if someone bought one of these for $30kish

      about 10 days ago
    • Brandon P
      Brandon P

      I just test drove a 2.7 and was surprised on how bad the fuel mileage was for a small 6. It did get up and go very well though, very responsive little engine.


      I then took the 5.0 for a ride and was getting 2-3 mpg more than the 2.7. Plus the 5.0 sounds awesome and was a blast in sport mode! The STX is a sharp looking truck if you don't mind simple options. Perfect truck to work out of and get off road with!

      about 19 days ago
    • Andrew Hilker
      Andrew Hilker

      Congratulations on paying practically sticker for your truck 👍... You should have been able to buy it for right around 35k plus deposit and the trade in off of that... I guess they saw you coming! Lol

      about 23 days ago
    • Chris Donley
      Chris Donley

      I think you overpaid. Doing quick math in my head, including your trade-in money, down payment, lease residual/money factor and 36 month term, you are in Lariat territory for a lease. Dealer discount was also very subpar. Just for reference, I leased a '18 $54k XLT for $360 a month, only first month at drive off. Had I found a $3k Prive Offer code that Ford was offering most of last year, would have been in the $320 range. Also, STX's are excellent value when looking straight at the sticker, but they are usually never incentivised or dealer discounted nearly as well as an XLT. The best deal in trucks the last few years, has been a XLT with the 2.7 and Navigation added (due to the way Ford offers sticker discounts with those 2 options).

      about 24 days ago
    • redd7188
      redd7188

      Nice truck, 7k off for a lease is very good sir.

      about 24 days ago
    • Miso Honey
      Miso Honey

      You didn't get no tow package. They simply slapped in a brake controller and a $100 trailer hitch.

      about 25 days ago
    • juddadam2
      juddadam2 In reply to Miso Honey

      tow pkg is standard in stx pkg, but pro trailer backup is optional on XL model, so it does have

      about 24 days ago
    • John Eason
      John Eason

      Great lease payment.
      Does the truck come with a the dark glass?

      about 26 days ago
    • redd7188
      redd7188 In reply to John Eason

      rear windows are tinted on all fords. They call it privacy glass on the Maroney label.

      about 24 days ago
    • Logan P
      Logan P

      Maine Black bears

      about 1 month ago
    • Christopher Willford
      Christopher Willford

      I too have the 2.7 however I'm getting much better gas mileage. At least 21.0. I would look into that

      about 1 month ago
    • Rich Hyatt
      Rich Hyatt

      YOU SHOULD LEAD WITH THE FAT THAT YOU HAD A TRADE IN!!!!

      about 1 month ago
    • vintage restore66
      vintage restore66

      I have a 2017 STX SuperCrew with the 2.7 EcoBoost. If I had to make the engine choice again, I would definitely go with the 2.7. My mileage does drop in the winter, mainly because of the winter blend fuels and cold morning warm ups. This is an extremely fast truck, especially in sport mode. In the summer It easily gets mileage in the high teens to low 20's

      about 1 month ago
    • Brandon P
      Brandon P In reply to vintage restore66

      Have you driven the 5.0 yet? I just drove both trucks 2.7 and 5.0 and that 5.0 was a blast in Sport mode, plus it sounds so good. The 5.0 won me over, more HP better sound and better mpg.

      about 19 days ago
    • Jay Kay Dee
      Jay Kay Dee

      On mileage I have found all my Ford vehicles will eventually get what’s on the sticker and beyond after a 5 to 10000 mile break-in period. I’m a lifelong Ford employee and retiree. Good Luck w/ America’s favorite vehicle!

      about 1 month ago
    • Blazejunkie
      Blazejunkie

      35,000 after a 12,000.00 trade in. During the summer sales these trucks go for around 35-37000 in the summer

      about 1 month ago
    • ryu51890
      ryu51890

      I have same exact truck in lightning blue. Love it. So far iv added 1.5in front spacer. Removed the front air dam. Dee zee lift gate strut. Adding a CAI soon for some added noise. Paid 36k out the door after rebates

      about 1 month ago
    • David Kearley
      David Kearley

      I bought the exact same truck last fall. Absolutely love it. I pull my 27’ travel trailer and that 2.7 eco has no issue pulling it. It just gets it!! I got a great deal. I paid $36,000 after tax. So I was happy happy happy.

      about 1 month ago
    • Alex Colegate
      Alex Colegate

      I have a 2005 f150 stx. It's a regular cab and essentially it gave chrome accents, 6 CD player the middle seat with a compartment in it, painted grill, and these weird things on the windows.

      about 1 month ago
    • David Spice
      David Spice

      My 2018 F-150 2.7 actually gets very good mileage you just have to know how to hit the gas coming from a stand still although I have the rwd model in California the engine is actually very good with about 19-21 city and 23-27 highway depending on variables my only complaints are the 10 speed trans can be jerky at times and all the shifting it does. I actually like the basic interior makes it easier for everyday usability along with cloth seats and cleaning. Also it was my first new vehicle purchase with decent credit $2000 down msrp was $42k got it for $33k and lease payments of $409 with taxes can't complain.

      about 1 month ago
    • ZR1Terror
      ZR1Terror

      All the plastic in the interior turns me off.

      about 1 month ago
    • htowntx1986
      htowntx1986

      Thats crazy i get 16.4 mpg with the 5.0 and 35” tires and a lift kit.

      about 2 months ago
    • James sammann
      James sammann In reply to htowntx1986

      I get 10.with my 3.5 6 inch lift 35

      about 1 month ago
    • Alex
      Alex

      Sell it. I have a 2017 2.7 with 26k. It has been the absolute worst truck I have ever owned. Breaks down with stalling problems every time I tow more than 100 miles with it. Ford won’t fix it. The Interior lights quit, it got stuck in 4hi,Clunking Rear end,hard shifting. It also had the Oil pressure sensor fail. Truck was recalled because the fire proof lining may light on fire. To sum it up it’s a POS! I have never got less than 20mpg city is the only positive so you are obviously idling yours.

      about 2 months ago
    • Fadi Skaf
      Fadi Skaf In reply to Alex

      Alex, did you try the lemon law, or it was too late because of the time involved?

      about 1 month ago
    • ted101975
      ted101975

      I bought a white one with the v8 5 months ago and I am happy with it.

      about 2 months ago
    • nick h
      nick h

      Those 2 USBs are your apple & google car play btw, dont expect to charge ur phone with those ports without disabling or overiding it unless using the Play feature ;) love my STX i put a TurboSmart BOV on it, not that cheap & ghetto plug cap. Love the giant WOOSH everytime it releases my boost pressure. Done a bunch of other stuff but i have to admit i still miss a V8 exhaust note with a Borla exhaust, so dont waste your money on that. Also, do not get the Oil/Seperator unless u have money to waste because only our 2018 motors are Port and Direct injected, so the valves will be washed and cleaned. I bought 1 anyway to try it out and in 10k miles its barely developed a few drops of oil lol.
      Also if you get a Rear light bar (or if u dont) plug a trailer light hitch in the back or install a bypass plug, it will disable auto start/junk on start up. (Or in tow/haul mode etc) .. but a plug in the connecter makes it think u have a trailer, but doesnt put it in tow/haul. I hated hitting that stupid button everytime i got in it lol. Take care bro enjoy. I do regret being rushed and cheap not getting the Rear locking diff.. thats about it. Dont need 4x4 in Texas but man i wa ted the Rear locker, just incase (beach, mud, etc) :(.
      I paid 32k after everything including 750$ 5 year windshield and tire/rim replacement package.
      Ive already replaced the windshield once as they are ridiculously paper thin (cheap) Fords excuse is it has to do with the sound resonance or some bs 😂 Also replaced 2 Michelin tires, over 1000$ already free of charge and im not even 1 year in. Enjoy!

      about 2 months ago
    • brent vance
      brent vance

      I have a 2018 F150 King Ranch with the 3.5 V-6 and we avg 19.1 MPG. With A-.plan my cost was $58,250.

      about 2 months ago
    • boom shakalaka
      boom shakalaka

      In 2011, I bought a 2005 Lariat 5.4 supercrew 4x4 with black leather, heated seats for 15,000 cash with only 54,500 miles. These Ford trucks depreciate fast and that's why I bought used. Also, at the time and even now, I cant see myself paying these ridiculous truck prices. Inflation is pretty bad and it is only going to get worse, great video nonetheless..

      about 2 months ago
    • jefweb5043
      jefweb5043

      I think you did great!!

      about 2 months ago
    • Mike Pearis
      Mike Pearis

      I don't ever put a penny down on a lease, 1st payment up front and I'm good to go. If they don't want to do that then I'll find somebody that will.

      about 2 months ago
    • BIG GAY
      BIG GAY

      Those wheels gotta go

      about 2 months ago