XL 4x4 Styleside 6.5 ft. box 157 in. WB
2009 Ford F-150 SuperCrew

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EngineEngine 4.6LV-8
MPGMPG 14 City / 19 Hwy
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2009 F-150 SuperCrew Overview

Pickups are the automotive landscape for bragging rights, best-in-class superlatives, and sales volume.The Ford F-150 has often enjoyed bragging rights and is generally the single best-selling vehicle nameplate in the world.

Completely redesigned, the new 2009 Ford F-150 lineup aims to keep it that way.

The 2009 Ford F-150 lineup offers a plethora of models for virtually every occasion or occupation, starting at just more than $20,000 and climbing well beyond double that.The F-150 line offers something on the order of 65 permutations, more than many car companies' entire lineups.All are capable of work or play, even those models with luxurious interiors.

Three V8 engines of two sizes are offered, including a flex-fuel unit that will run on E85 (ethanol).All models use an automatic transmission of four or six speeds, and the majority are available with rear- or four-wheel drive.One exception: The FX off-road package is available only with 4WD V8 models.

The F-150 lineup runs the gamut from wash-off vinyl flooring and a two-door Regular Cab to leather-lined premium four-door models with as much rear seat legroom as the front of most luxury sedans: Within those extremes lies something for everyone.Yet even the least-expensive F-150 isn't boring; it leaves room for customization, does the work required and keeps overhead down.

2009 marks the introduction of the Platinum model, a further step up in fancy from the Lariat or King Ranch choices and bringing the total variety count to seven.Although that makes the total number of builds and choices mind-boggling, believe it or not it has been simplified.

With one of the deepest beds in the half-ton pickup segment, the F-150 has generous cargo volume out back and a maximum payload rating of 3,030 pounds.A properly equipped Regular Cab F-150 is rated to tow up to 11,300 pounds; other models max out in the 9000-pound range.(The 2009 Ford Super Duty range of heavy-duty pickups is covered in a separate New Car Test Drive review.).
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2009 F-150 SuperCrew Overview

Pickups are the automotive landscape for bragging rights, best-in-class superlatives, and sales volume.The Ford F-150 has often enjoyed bragging rights and is generally the single best-selling vehicle nameplate in the world.

Completely redesigned, the new 2009 Ford F-150 lineup aims to keep it that way.

The 2009 Ford F-150 lineup offers a plethora of models for virtually every occasion or occupation, starting at just more than $20,000 and climbing well beyond double that.The F-150 line offers something on the order of 65 permutations, more than many car companies' entire lineups.All are capable of work or play, even those models with luxurious interiors.

Three V8 engines of two sizes are offered, including a flex-fuel unit that will run on E85 (ethanol).All models use an automatic transmission of four or six speeds, and the majority are available with rear- or four-wheel drive.One exception: The FX off-road package is available only with 4WD V8 models.

The F-150 lineup runs the gamut from wash-off vinyl flooring and a two-door Regular Cab to leather-lined premium four-door models with as much rear seat legroom as the front of most luxury sedans: Within those extremes lies something for everyone.Yet even the least-expensive F-150 isn't boring; it leaves room for customization, does the work required and keeps overhead down.

2009 marks the introduction of the Platinum model, a further step up in fancy from the Lariat or King Ranch choices and bringing the total variety count to seven.Although that makes the total number of builds and choices mind-boggling, believe it or not it has been simplified.

With one of the deepest beds in the half-ton pickup segment, the F-150 has generous cargo volume out back and a maximum payload rating of 3,030 pounds.A properly equipped Regular Cab F-150 is rated to tow up to 11,300 pounds; other models max out in the 9000-pound range.(The 2009 Ford Super Duty range of heavy-duty pickups is covered in a separate New Car Test Drive review.).Hide Full Review