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Ford Consumer Reviews For Seattle, Tacoma, and Bellevue Washington
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Ford’s aren’t just built tough… they’re constructed smart, too. As “Jakeman21642” attests to in the review below, the 2011 F-150 Platinum is a truck that’s powerful and offers a wide range of smart and luxurious features that make for a stellar pickup. You’re going to love this one!

The 2011 Ford F-150 Platinum has an amazing motor that will take you everywhere you need to go with sensational speed. Get this—it’s a 5.0L V8 engine that generates 360 horses at 5,500 revolutions per minute (RPM). That is a ton of power. Additionally, torque comes in at 380-lb.-ft and the maximum towing capacity stands at 7,500 pounds.



There is plenty else to enjoy beyond pure power. The 2011 Ford F-150 Platinum comes with a remote start function that enables you to get the car running before you ever walk out the door of your house. As you climb into the vehicle, the step rails automatically deploy to assist you. Once inside, the leather seats with their contrast stitching are supple, inviting, and heated for your comfort. And whenever you need to fill up at the station, the fueling system is cap-less to make the operation as smooth as possible.

Call us at Kirkland Nissan in Seattle to hear more about the 2011 Ford F-150 Platinum!
We wrap up our consumer reviews this week with “MikesCarInfo” and his tour of the incredible 2016 F-150 King Ranch pickup. The Big Blue Oval put everything they had into the design of this truck, gifting would-be owners massive power and immense utility. This machine gets things done!


Let’s start with what’s under the hood of this titan of the road. The beastly 5.0L V8 will rocket you along the streets of Renton, Bellevue, and Seattle as a function of its power generation. It produces 385 HP and 387 lb.-ft. of torque, which in turn is instrumental in enabling a max towing capacity of 10,400 pounds. And let’s not forget this is all paired with a familiar six-speed automatic transmission that makes operation a complete breeze.

Ford understands that these days, a pickup is rarely any good if it can’t double as a daily driver. It’s more than a workhorse—it needs to be comfortable. Fortunately, the 2016 F-150 King Ranch is.
Its wheelbase of 157” and height of 77.3” yields plenty of passenger space. Rear head and legroom are 40.4” and 43.6”, respectively, while in the front it is 40.8” and 43.9.” You’ll be able to easily stretch out!

Stop by Sound Ford in Seattle now to get behind the wheel of the 2016 F-150!
The Ford F-150 has been offering consumers throughout North America immense utility for decades now. It’s a “get it done and get it done now” kind of vehicle that excels with its under the hood prowess and general construction, as "The Fast Lane with Joe Tunney" discusses below.
 

The power of the 2010 Ford F-150 is formidable. We’re talking eight cylinders here. The 5.4L engine growls and asserts its road authority with 390-lb.-ft. of torque and a healthy 320 horses. This truck can haul anything you throw at it, with a massive 11,300-pound maximum towing capacity and an impressive payload of approximately 3,000 lbs. While these may be the most eye-popping statistics, there’s also the comfort and familiarity of the six-speed automatic transmission. Notably, you’d think the “grunt’ of the motor would translate to poor gas efficiency, but it doesn’t. The truck musters up a 20 MPG highway rating.

There’s some nifty design to this pickup, as well. The entire boxed-section chassis has been hydro-formed. While this may sound like a marketing term, it’s a big deal, providing a ten-percent greater torsional rigidity throughout the vehicle.

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There’s nothing on the road quite like the Ford F-150. It’s royalty out there, leading the pack of pickups for years now. “In Wheel Time” discusses the merits of the 2013 King Ranch variant, specifically, in his YouTube video review below. Quick spoiler: There’s a lot of praise being thrown around, particularly when it comes to the under-the-hood setup and interior design.


The 3.5L EcoBoost V6 engine that comes standard on the 2013 F-150 King Ranch is a heavyweight powertrain that won’t let performance enthusiasts down. That’s because it’s positively ferocious. There are 365 horses at 5,000 revolutions per minute (RPM) and 420-lb.-ft. of torque at 2,500 RPM. You’ll be able to achieve a 22 MPG highway rating during normal use; although, if you need to haul something, know that you’ll easily do so thanks to the 7,500-pound towing ability.

As you enter the truck, you’ll be assisted by power-deploying running boards that extend as you unlock and open the door. Inside, you’ll have plenty of room to stretch out. It’s incredibly cavernous in the cockpit' and, when you put the rear row down, you’ll have a total cargo capacity of 59.9 cubic feet.

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Are you ready for the experience that is the Ford F-150? “Grayson Reichert” provides a full, detailed tour of the 2011 King Ranch variant, a pickup that excels thanks to its motor and also through some nifty, well-placed design features that significantly increase the truck’s utility.


We can’t talk about the F-150 without first diving in and examining the engine. The 5.0L V8 is a ferocious beast. It effortlessly produces a magnificent 360 horses at 5,500 revolutions per minute (RPM) and 380-lb.-ft. of torque at 4,250 RPM. Payload sits at approximately 1,800 pounds, while towing capacity reaches 8,000 lbs. This truck doesn’t mess around!

Ford really outdid themselves when it came to thinking about the little things, as well. Within the cabin, there’s 
a round button adorned with a shoe icon that sits to the left of the wheel. Activating this enables you to adjust the positioning of both the acceleration and brake pedals, catering to different heights and leg lengths. Further, a switch on the driver’s side enables power adjustment of the seat, while an adjacent dial adjusts lumbar support.

If you’re primed to experience the 2011 F-150 King Ranch, stop by and see us at Sound Ford in Seattle now!
Ford’s F-150 is an American darling. The 2014 Platinum pick-up grabs rave reviews—like the one by consumer “Jakeman21642” below—and it’s in large part due to the emphasis on uncompromising power and superior technology features.


This YouTuber normally isn’t much of a truck guy but the superior experience provided by the 2014 F-150 Platinum changed that for him. It begins with the powertrain. The 5.0L V8 engine is all-business, offering 360 horses at 5,500 revolutions per minute (RPM). Also, torque impresses at 380-lb.-ft. at 4,250 RPM.

A walkthrough of some of the main features quickly demonstrates how this F-150 is more than a one-trick pony. Heated mirrors and leather seats make worries over chilly weather evaporate. Other inclement conditions are suitably dealt with thanks to windshield wipers that sense the level of precipitation and intelligently adjust running speed accordingly. Also, the included navigation system means you won’t have to pull out your phone to fiddle with Google Maps on its comparatively tiny display.

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When you’re searching for a great pickup, there are usually two matters that stick out in your mind: roominess and power. The 2016 Ford F-150 King Ranch delivers in both respects with much aplomb, as “MikesCarInfo” discusses in his review below.


Make no mistake—this is a big truck. The wheelbase is a long 157”, and the overall height of the F-150 is 77.3” with a 9.3-inch ground clearance. This means good things for in-cabin comfiness. Front head and leg room are 40.8 and 43.9 inches, respectively, while the rear dimensions for the same are 40.4 and 43.6. Plenty of space to stretch out!

You’ll be absolutely whipping around Seattle, Renton, and Bellevue in this beast, too. The 5.0L V8 is a standout performer, with 385 HP and 387 lb.-ft. of torque. The six-speed automatic transmission makes for easy operation, and when properly equipped, the King Ranch can handle up to 10,400 pounds of towing capacity

Have we piqued your interest with this massive, powerful automobile? Call us at Sound Ford to learn more about the 2016 F-150 King Ranch!
“For a lot of people, this could be the only vehicle you need.” That’s YouTube channel “Everyday Reviews” touting the wide-ranging superlatives of the 2016 Ford F-150 Limited. It’s a truck that is designed and engineered to excel in its performance across the board.


Ford went back to the drawing board with the 2016 F-150. In an effort to offer distinction and separate itself from its pack of competitors, the Detroit manufacturer moved to offer all-aluminum bodies on every one of its trims. The result? A reduction in weight of a whopping 700 pounds. When paired with the standard six-speed automatic transmission and efficient range of motors, the machine manages to practically sip gas. As you cruise Seattle, Renton, and Bellevue, you’ll benefit from an EPA-estimated 24 highway / 17 city MPG rating.

Of course, the F-150 Limited isn’t without sheer brawn. This is achieved via the powerful 3.5L V6 engine, which generates a highly impressive 365 horses at 5,000 revolutions per minute (RPM). Torque is exceptional, too, at 420 lb.-ft. running at 2,500 RPM.

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These days, trucks don’t have to be all about one thing. They’re often very successful acting as multi-purpose vehicles—automobiles that can act as a family hauler as surely as they can a dedicated towing machine. However, with the 2017 Raptor, Ford’s leaving no doubt about it: this is designed as a performance-centered beast. “Matt Maran Motoring” has the scoop below.


The F-150 Raptor is a fierce road warrior with abundant power. The 3.5L V6 engine makes sure of this, providing 450 horses at 5,000 revolutions per minute (RPM) and 510 lb.-ft. of torque at 3,500 RPM. Notably, this is combined with an all-new 10-speed automatic transmission developed in conjunction with GM. “The shifts are so smooth and indiscernible,” says Matt in his review.

Intriguingly, the new transmission leans on a mating of all-wheel drive and traditional 4x4 capabilities, resulting in a total of six available riding modes. These include Normal, Sport, Weather (wet, frozen), Mud/Sand, and Rock Crawl (for slowly going over obstacles). There’s also Baja mode for improved engine response during “high-speed desert running.” Wow.

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There’s nothing quite like the immense utility a pickup offers. And one truck stands out from the pack more than any other—Ford’s superlative F-150. In the video review below, YouTuber “Brandon Hill” describes how the 2010 Lariat excels thanks to superior construction and stout performance.


The body of the 2010 F-150 has been completely rethought and reconfigured. It’s now a boxed-section chassis that’s hydro-formed. The result? Ten percent higher torsional rigidity. Despite this, it’s lighter than the outgoing model’s frame. Pretty nifty, right?

Matters really ramp up when you consider the performance of this machine, however. The 5.4-liter V8 engine will blow you away with its 320 horses at 5,000 revolutions per minute (RPM) and 390 lb.-ft. torque at 3,500 RPM. Despite the insane power on display, you won’t be stuck manning gas station pumps throughout Renton, Bellevue, and Seattle. Instead, you’ll still receive an EPA-estimated 20 MPG highway.

Have we piqued your interest with this pickup? If so, stop by Sound Ford soon to get behind the wheel and experience the power and sophistication of the 2010 F-150 Lariat yourself!
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