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2007 Ford F150

$ 7,994.00

Whether you're a weekend warrior or a daily driver, the 2007 F150 is ready for the journey ahead.
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Makel Ford


Trim 2WD SuperCab 145"

Price $7994 plus taxes

Kilometers 322,389 KM

Seats 5

Passengers 6


Drive Type RWD

Fuel Type Regular Gas

Displacement 1.6L

Color white

Inteior Color Grey

Transmission Type Automatic

Registration VIN 1FTPX12V27FB20849

Engine (l)5.4L

Engine Cylinders 8 cylinder

$7994 plus taxes

Listing Location: 10550 BC 97 Lake Country BC V4V 1V3

$7994 plus taxes

Listing Location: 10550 BC 97 Lake Country BC V4V 1V3

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About the Ford

Introducing the 2007 Ford F150 – a rugged icon that has stood the test of time, embodying the spirit of the American pickup truck. From its bold exterior to its powerful performance, the F150 is more than just a vehicle; it's a symbol of reliability, versatility, and capability.

As you lay eyes on the F150, its commanding presence on the road immediately captures attention. The robust grille, muscular wheel arches, and distinctive headlights give it a timeless and authoritative look. Whether you're cruising through city streets or navigating off-road terrain, the F150's design makes a statement wherever it goes.

Under the hood, the 2007 F150 doesn't disappoint. With a range of engine options, including V6 and V8 powerhouses, it's designed to tackle a variety of tasks with ease. From hauling heavy loads to providing a smooth and powerful ride on the highway, the F150 is as versatile as it is dependable.

Step inside the cabin, and you'll find that the F150 doesn't compromise on comfort. Spacious seating, intuitive controls, and thoughtful design elements create an interior that balances functionality with a touch of luxury. Whether you're on a cross-country road trip or just running errands, the F150 ensures that every journey is comfortable and enjoyable.


What truly sets the 2007 Ford F150 apart is its commitment to innovation. With features like advanced towing capabilities, a payload-friendly bed, and available four-wheel drive, it adapts to the demands of your lifestyle. It's not just a truck; it's a reliable companion for work and play.

Safety is paramount in the F150, with features designed to keep you and your passengers protected. From advanced airbags to stability control, Ford prioritized safety without compromising the F150's adventurous spirit.

In conclusion, the 2007 Ford F150 is more than a pickup truck; it's a symbol of American strength and ingenuity. With its bold design, powerful performance, and a commitment to innovation, the F150 continues to be a trusted companion for those who demand excellence from their vehicles. Whether you're a weekend warrior or a daily driver, the 2007 F150 is ready for the journey ahead.

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10550 BC-97, Lake Country, Kelowna, V4V 1V3



2007 Ford F150

Pros & Cons

  • + Smooth and quiet highway ride, responsive handling, attractive and functional interior designs, multiple cab and bed configurations.
  • - Sluggish performance even with larger V8, can't get side airbags, not much interior storage space.

What's New

New standard features on the 2007 Ford F-150 include an MP3 auxiliary input jack (on all trims except the base XL) and a tire-pressure monitoring system. Plus, the front seats in all F-150s have additional lateral bolstering this year. On the options list you'll find Sirius satellite radio, a navigation system and the FX2 Sport Package, which provides monochromatic paint, special 18-inch alloy wheels and a black/red interior. Lariat buyers can opt for power-folding mirrors with an auto-dimming feature on the driver side. The Harley-Davidson Package is now available on both two- and four-wheel-drive F-150 SuperCrews, but can no longer be added to SuperCabs. On the engine side, the 4.6-liter V8 picks up 17 additional horsepower for 248 total, while the 5.4-liter V8 is now E85-capable. Ford has extended powertrain warranty coverage to five years/60,000 miles.

Edmunds Says

Although it's the easiest of the full-size trucks to drive on an everyday basis, the 2007 Ford F-150 loses some points for its mediocre acceleration and missing safety features.

Vehicle overview

If you want to know what the best-selling vehicle in the U.S. is, look no further than Ford's F-Series, which closes in on the million-unit mark every year. Although this line of full-size pickups includes the larger Super Duty trucks and even commercial-use chassis cabs, most consumers end up with the entry-level F-Series truck, the half-ton Ford F-150. Last redesigned for 2004, the F-150 has been tailored for today's pickup buyer who's as likely to use his truck for daily commutes and family errands as he is for serious towing and hauling tasks.

Drive it around with an empty bed and the 2007 Ford F-150 delivers a smooth ride, nimble handling and a quiet cab. In crew cab (SuperCrew) form, that cab can comfortably accommodate five or six people. Carrying passengers in the backseat is still a viable option if you get an extended cab (known as a SuperCab), and even regular cabs offer reverse-opening access doors for easy access to the storage area behind the seats. Interior ergonomics are excellent, and a wide selection of option packages allows buyers to personalize the look of the cabin.

If there's a downside to the Ford F-150, it's the truck's lackluster engine offerings. Although the top-line 5.4-liter Triton V8 stacks up to competing V8s on paper with 300 horsepower, 365 pound-feet of torque and an impressive 10,500-pound tow rating, our editors have been disappointed by its real-world performance. Whether unladen or towing a trailer, the F-150 feels noticeably slower than peers like the Nissan Titan, Dodge Ram and GM's Silverado/Sierra twins, and our testing numbers have backed that up. Curb weight is the main culprit, as the F-150 significantly outweighs every one of its competitors. Another issue is that Ford's pickup truck still uses a four-speed automatic transmission, while most other automakers have switched to five-speed automatics for improved acceleration and fuel economy.

This doesn't mean you won't be satisfied with a 2007 Ford F-150 purchase. For buyers who don't require the quickest full-size truck out there, the F-150 compensates with its civility: This is by far the easiest of the half-ton pickups to drive on an everyday basis, and with the wide range of body styles and equipment, you're sure to find one that meets your needs.

Performance & mpg

There are three engine choices in the F-150 line: a 4.2-liter V6, a 4.6-liter V8 and a 5.4-liter V8. Available only on regular cabs, the 4.2-liter V6 makes 202 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque. The 4.6-liter engine provides 248 hp and 293 lb-ft of torque, while the 5.4-liter Triton V8 produces 300 hp and 365 lb-ft of torque. Both V8 engines are matched to four-speed automatic transmissions. The V6 gets a standard five-speed manual, with the automatic available as an option. Buyers have a choice between two- and four-wheel drive on all versions of the F-150; all 4x4 trucks offer shift-on-the-fly convenience and an electronic, push-button transfer case is available on higher-line trims. Properly equipped, an F-150 with the 5.4-liter V8 can tow up to 10,500 pounds and carry 3050-pound payloads.


Four-wheel antilock disc brakes are standard across the board, and traction control is optional on 2WD V8 models. Unlike some of its competitors, the F-150 does not offer side airbags or stability control. Frontal-impact testing by the NHTSA resulted in a perfect five-star rating. In frontal-offset crash testing conducted by the IIHS, the F-150 earned a rating of "Good," the highest available, and a "Best Pick" designation.


Thanks to its stiff frame, double-wishbone front suspension and rack-and-pinion steering, the 2007 Ford F-150 delivers impressive ride and handling dynamics for a full-size pickup truck. Unfortunately, the truck's excessive curb weight bogs down the 4.2-liter V6 and 4.6-liter V8 engines, so the 5.4-liter V8 is strongly recommended for most consumers. Brake pedal feel is solid, but the F-150's weight is a factor here as well, resulting in longer stopping distances compared to the competition.


Cab accommodations are pleasant in the F-150, as all versions offers simple controls, solid materials and plenty of room to spread out. All F-150s have a standard 40/20/40-split bench seat with a column shifter, but you can upgrade to captain's chairs and a console shifter no matter which trim level you select. An optional overhead console uses interchangeable modules so owners can add whatever features they find most useful. Without this console, though, the F-150 is a little short on storage space. Hauling larger items is no problem, however, as the rear seats in extended cabs and crew cabs fold up to make way for cargo.

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