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I like the comfort of the vehicle. The seats are comfortable on long trips and never cause back or neck pain. I like the reliability of the vehicle. I have over 300,000 miles on it, and it still runs like a top with no issues what so ever. The paint and body are still in good condition after all this time. Really shows how well Ford designs their vehicles for them to last this long and have minimal issues. The gas mileage is about 15-20 mpg, which isn’t too great according to today’s standards. If there is one thing I would change, it would be for greater fuel economy. Other than that, I don’t have much to complain about. Overall, I’d rate this vehicle 9 out of 10 for all-around performance and reliability. There aren’t many ’97 model vehicles on the road anymore, and this one continues to go like it never skipped a beat. I would recommend this vehicle to anyone who wanted a reliable work horse to get them where they need to go without worrying about being stranded or left out to dry. Overall, I am very pleased with the decision to buy this vehicle, and I would do it again tomorrow as well as recommend it to a friend or family member.

The positive things about this vehicle for one is the capabilities of a truck. The option to go off-road or on the beach is a big plus for me, especially since I live very close to the ocean. Another benefit is the bed of the truck. It’s very convenient for putting tools or bikes in the back for transportation. Another pro is the towing capabilities. This truck can tow small- to medium-sized trailers no problem and you hardly know they are back there. The bed is also a large plus for keeping the interior clean. Unlike with an SUV, the dirt and grime of things you are hauling remain in the bed and can be easily removed or cleaned. The look of the truck is appealing, especially for an older vehicle. The visibility when driving is excellent and blind spots are not much of an issue at all when driving the truck. Automatic locks and windows is a nice plus to this vehicle package. It’s much nicer than using a key or cranking the windows manually. The space inside is enough to comfortably travel with 4-5 passengers unlike some cramped back seats of other manufacturers. The 4.6L engine is reliable and plenty powerful for all applications out there.

The main thing I don’t like about this vehicle is the fuel economy that comes along with owning a gas powered truck. Although there are many benefits to owning a truck instead of a car or SUV, the times when I’m not utilizing those features I wish the fuel economy was better. With about 15 or so mpg, it doesn’t compete with newer vehicles and trucks on today’s current market place. Another thing I don’t like about this vehicle is the stock radio. Like most stock radios that come in older vehicles, the sound output seems under powered and muddy at times. Most people replace the stereo with an after market unit. The only mechanical issue I have with the truck is that the transmission has developed a slow leak. It’s about a 1,000 dollar fix, but for how old the truck is, I don’t see the point in putting such a large amount of money into it. Instead I just deal with the slow leak and add trans fluid accordingly. There is also a slight ticking noise sometimes due to the hydraulic lifters not being primed with oil. Although it goes away fairly quickly once the truck gets the oil pumped around, it can be annoying and embarrassing is some situations.