2015 Ford F-150 King Ranch Arrives

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We got a special treat this week when the 2015 Ford F-150 King Ranch arrived. This truck has been one of the most talked about in recent memory. It is going to be a great week checking out its many features.


Just to recap, here is what our driveway looks like this week:

2015 Ford F-150 Monroney sticker.

Filed Under: TundraHeadquarters.com


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  1. hemi lol says:

    WTH??????????????????? 61,000 for an F150???? What are they smokin at Ford? LMAO you have to be kidding me!? WOW man I guess they will need to offer 10k off geez! I have no words that’s 10k more than a platinum or 1794 Tundra…….. and they aren’t nicer at all.

    • Larry says:

      61,000 for an F150????????? I agree someone is smokin’ something and it’s not a pack of Lucky’s. But, just think how comfortable it will be hauling a load junk to the dump.

      I could rent a nice place down in Mexico by the ocean, eat drink and be happy for a few years on 61,000.

      The world has gone completely mad.

  2. Randy says:

    Oh you are having fun this week – LOL

    Ok, please duplicate the Ram question list and add these items.

    Check the frame and frame components closely for both cracked welds and excessive rust.

    Drive on very rough roads at various speeds 40-60mph; have someone watch and film; do the tops of the front bumpers make contact with the plastic around the base of the headlights? Do any of the body panels pop loose around the head lights?

    Test crash avoidance system is various lighting conditions, bright sunlight, shadows, over passes, passing large trucks? Test this with and without cruise control.

    Test distance for activation of HomeLink. What is the distance from the garage before Home Link is available?

    Test EPAS under as many driving conditions as possible.

    Check and test door fitment (all doors) with particular attention to the plastic inserts at the base (joining) of the C Pillar and the Rocker Panel. Is water, mud, snow, ice able to enter behind those plastic inserts? Do the plastic inserts fit correctly with the Rocker Panel, the C Pillar, and the Back Door Panel?

    Test AM radio operation

    Do an infotainment system overall test – much like Ram’s.

    If this truck has LED tail lights; set running lights and observe at dusk looking directly towards the back center of the truck. Are the lights visible is all lighting conditions? 100, 200, and 300 feet away?

    Inspect the roof seams closely. Any buckles, waves, or voids, with the possibility of future water leaks?

    Is the truck you are testing a custom QC built Ford? Or just a dealer inventory truck?

    What is the build date of this truck?

    Over and Out

    • Tim Esterdahl says:


      Exactly, how much time do you think I have?!? LOL. Good grief man. I’ll work on some of these things, but I don’t have ALL day to work on these items. πŸ™‚


      • hemi lol says:

        WOW what a laundry list!!! LOL good luck finding time for half of that list!

        Lord man that’s some detailed info you want! but awesome attention to detail is those are all places that truck probably wont do very well at.

  3. hemi lol says:

    I must say I was dyin laughing at all the “specifics” LOL they are things that would be good to know though!

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