2000 F150 4x4 Lariat Supercab Loaded! 4 Doors

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  1. Dan Reynolds

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    2000 F150 4x4 Lariat Supercab 4 Door Loaded! 112K mi, lots left, runs perfect.
    fiberglass topper
    Near New Les Schwab Tires ($800)
    Near New Disk Brakes all around
    Leather Power Seats, Power windows, Power locks, CD, Power everything!
    Antitheft, Dual Airbag (insurance discount)
    Keyless entry (keychain remote and touchpad entry)
    Bed is spotless
    Clean truck!! Third owner, Dad owned it before me and took very good care of it, he bought it from the original owner and we know the history.

    $14200 obo

    Dan
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    Desmond Wiles Sir Castaline

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    I've been thinking about getting a small truck, the F150 would probably be as large as I'd be willing to go. The main concern I have is gas mileage, what do the F150's get?

    Thanks
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    Josh dead in the water

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    That's a nice looking truck. If I could afford to upgrade from my 1978 F250, I would consider it. But as it it, I'll just have to keep on looking like Uncle Jessie.
     
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    Desmond, I get about 15 in my 2002 F-150. That is driving to and from Seattle in mixed traffic and no traffic.
     
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    Well first of all...it's not a car so gas mileage will obviously be lower. I've got between 12 and 17 mpg with it. Gas mileage really varies depending on how you drive it. Went to rocky ford the other day...we drove 75 up the pass and 80 all the way and it got around 13. That's hard driving.....the tank before that I was gentle on the gas, commuting in town and got an amazing 17 mpg. If you keep them tuned up I think you could get 14 all around, 16-18 on the hwy.

    I've been meaning to buy a K&N filter...they are supposed to help out the mileage a mpg or two.

    I drive around 1000 miles a month and it costs $250 with todays prices.

    One nice truck...come check it out.

    Dan
     
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