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2004 GMC SIERRA SLT 4dr Crew Cab 4WD 2500HD DIESEL

2004 GMC SIERRA SLT 4dr Crew Cab 4WD 2500HD DIESEL

$12,995

Houston, Texas

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GMC Sierra offers first-class hauling and towing capabilities yet offers a smooth, comfortable ride among the full-size pickups. GMC Sierra 2500hd is a four-wheel-drive medium-duty (2500) loading and towing capacitie with long-bed (8-foot) body, and with full-width bed. This is a Crew Cabs with four full-size doors. An electronically controlled four-wheel-steering system, Quadrasteer reduces Sierras curb-to-curb turning diameter by 21 percent and enhances high-speed stability. Quadrasteer comes packaged with a limited-slip differential and a trailer-tow package. GMC Sierras is built on the stiffest and lightest truck frame General Motors has ever produced. The frame rails are hydroformed, a process that uses high-pressure hydraulics to shape relatively large steel components. Tubular crossmembers and roll-formed mid-rails increase rigidity further. This stiff structure enhances handling and ride quality immensely, while improving crashworthiness.The rear seats in the Crew Cab models are as roomy as the second-row of seats in a Suburban. Sierra Crew Cabs are capable of carrying six passengers and is very roomy with four. With leather, a Crew Cab feels truly luxurious. Rear seats are split 60/40 and fold down, providing a large protected cargo area inside the cab.

Ram : 2500 Laramie 2012 laramie used turbo 6.7 l i 6 24 v automatic four wheel drive pickup truck

Ram : 2500 Laramie 2012 laramie used turbo 6.7 l i 6 24 v automatic four wheel drive pickup truck

$46,500

Houston, Texas

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Mercedes-Benz of Houston Greenway - 3900 Southwest Freeway Houston, TX 77027 - 281-830-85102012 RAM 2500 LaramieRIK HAMBRIGHT 713-986-6620 Click here for an XL view of the above Image PrevNext 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 DescriptionOptionsEngine: 6.7L I6 Cummins Turbo DieselAbs (4-Wheel)Air ConditioningAlloy WheelsAm/Fm StereoBackup CameraBluetooth WirelessCruise ControlDual Air BagsDual Power SeatsDvd SystemHead Curtain Air BagsHeated SeatsKeyless EntryLeatherMp3 (Single Disc)Navigation SystemPower Door LocksPower SteeringPower WindowsPwr Sldng Rear WindowSide Air BagsSirius SatelliteStability ControlTilt WheelTwo-Tone PaintUconnectDriveTrainTransmission: AutomaticDrive Train Type: Four Wheel Drive4WD Type : Part-TimeDriven Wheels: Four-WheelLocking Hubs: AutoTransfer Case: ElectronicWheels Rims: Silver AluminumWheels Spare Rim Type: SteelRoof and GlassFront Wipers: Variable IntermittentPrivacy Glass: DeepConvenienceCruise ControlWindows: Power WindowsSteering Power: Power SteeringSteering Adjustment: Tilt-AdjustableMirrors: Power Remote W/Tilt DownAuto Dimming Mirrors: ElectrochromaticReverse Tilt Mirror: Dual MirrorsPower Door LocksCupholders: Front And RearDoor Pockets: Driver, Passenger And RearOverhead Console: MiniPower Outlets: 3Seatback Storage: 2Universal Remote TransmitterMemory FeaturesMemory Features Number of Drivers: 2Navigation System: With Voice ActivationSafetyDriver and Passenger AirbagHead Airbags: Curtain 1St And 2Nd RowABS: 4-WheelMirrors: Turn Signal In MirrorsAnti Theft SystemStability ControlSafety LocksHeadlights Auto Delay: Auto Delay OffHeadlights Dusksensor: Dusk SensingFront Headrests: Manual AdjustableEngine ImmobilizerTurning Circle: 43.8Door Reinforcement: Side-Impact Door BeamRear Headrests: 3Rear Center Seatbelt: 3-Point BeltSide AirbagStability ControlNHTSA Passenger Grade: AverageNHTSA Side Impact Front Grade: ExcellentNHTSA Side Impact Back Grade: ExcellentDimensionsFront Head Room: 41.0 InchesFront Hip Room: 63.2 InchesFront Shoulder Room: 66.0 InchesFront Leg Room: 41.0 InchesRear Head Room: 39.9 InchesRear Hip Room: 63.2 InchesRear Leg Room: 42.9 InchesRear Shoulder Room: 65.7 InchesLuggage Capacity: 41 Cu.Ft.Length: 237.4 InchesWidth: 79.5 InchesHeight: 78.4 InchesWheelbase: 149.0 InchesGround Clearance: 7.8 InchesMax Gross Vehicle Weight: 8,800 Lbs.Curb Weight: 6,398 Lbs.Basic InformationVIN Number: 3C6UD5FL4CG284843Stock Number: CG284843Model Year: 2012Make: RAMModel: 2500Style Name: 4X4 Crew Cab 149 In. WB LaramieVehicle Trim: LaramieBody Type: Crew CabVehicle Type: PickupInterior Color: BlackExterior Color: GraySuspensionStabilizer Bar: FrontIn Car EntertainmentAudio System: AM/FM/SatelliteSpeakers: 10Antenna Type: FixedComfortAir Conditioning: AutomaticDash Trim: Simulated Wood/Metal-LookDoor Trim: Simulated WoodMats: Carpet Front And RearReading Lights: FrontShift Knob: UrethaneSteering Wheel Trim: LeatherVanity Mirrors: Dual Illuminated Vanity MirrorsTowing and HaulingTrailer HitchEngineEngine Description: 6.7L Straight 6 Cylinder Engine TurbochargedFuel Type: DieselFuel Induction: Direct Diesel InjectionValves Per Cylinder: 4Aspiration: TurbochargedInstrumentationClockCompassExternal TempLow Fuel LevelTachometerTrip ComputerSeatsDrivers: Multi-Level HeatingDrivers Height: PowerDrivers Lumbar: Power 2-WayDrivers Power: 8Passenger: Multi-Level HeatingPassenger Lumbar: Power 2-WayPassenger Power: 4Seating Capacity: 6Front Seat Type: Split-BenchUpholstery: LeatherCenter ArmrestFolding: Fold-Up CushionFeaturesAux Transmission Cooler: RegularEngine Hour MeterBumpers: ChromeDoor Reinforcement: Side-Impact Door BeamDoorsLiftgate Window: PowerRear Door Type: TailgateSide Door Type: ConventionalCARFAXCARFAX Vehicle History ReportDon’t buy a used car without CARFAX!No highlights are available. Disclaimer: Not all accidents or other issues are reported to CARFAX. The number of owners is estimated. See the full CARFAX Report for additional information and glossary of terms. Contact Mercedes-Benz of Houston Greenway 3900 Southwest Freeway Houston, Texas 77027Ask for:Rick HambrightPhone:281-830-8510Email: Email SellerSecure Online Credit Application Form Applying for a vehicle loan online is one of the quickest and easiest application methods. Our secure online application form is easy to complete, all you need are a few personal and employment details. Click here to get started.Email SellerEmail to FriendComplete and submit the form below to send a message to our dedicated sales team.* First Name:* Last Name:* Email:* Phone: Ext. Preferred Method:PhoneEmailMessage:Complete and submit the form below to send a link and your message to a friend.First Name:Last Name:* Your email:* Friend's email:We won't use this information for promotional purposes or disclose it to a third party.Message:GeneralDirectionsTermsFOR INTERNET SALES PLEASE ASK FOR RIK . THANK YOU!!! This 2500 Laramie's level of quality is not meant for just anyone. It's meant for the person who strives for a classy, comfortable, and luxurious car. This 4WD-equipped Ram will handle majestically on any terrain and in any weather condition your may find yourself in. The benefits of driving an Four Wheel Drive vehicle, such as this 2500 Laramie, include superior acceleration, improved steering, and increased traction and stability. A top-of-the-line navigation system is just one of the reasons you should find your way to Mercedes-Benz of Houston and check out this 2500 Laramie. More information about the 2012 Ram 2500: The Ram 2500 and 3500 are heavy-duty trucks that sacrifice some ride quality and maneuverability, compared to lighter-duty pickups, in favor of improved towing and hauling ability. The heavy-duty Ram models are, like rival models from Chevrolet, GMC and Ford, far more luxurious and comfortable than their predecessors, even as they haven't given up any serious work ability. Entertainment and connectivity features abound and hint that these trucks see use well beyond the construction site. Ram says that the 2500 and 3500 are the first in their segment to offer an available 10-speaker surround-sound system, as well as a number of other premium options such as Sirius Backseat TV. Interesting features of this model are Tough, work-oriented construction, serious towing and hauling ability, full set of luxury and entertainment options, and stump-pulling Cummins turbo-diesel For internet prices please ask for RIK Mercedes-Benz of Houston Greenway 3900 Southwest Freeway Houston, Texas 77027 Click for Driving Directions Ask For:Rick HambrightPhone:281-830-8510 Email: Email SellerHours of Operation (CST):Monday thru Saturday09:00am-07:00pm Placing a Bid: Your bid constitutes a legally binding contract to purchase this vehicle. Please do not bid if you're not seriously interested or financially able to purchase this vehicle. Please read eBay's User Agreement Mercedes-Benz of Houston Greenway reserves the right to, Obtain and verify the registered information of all users who bid on this auction. Cancel any and all bids at our discretion, or end the auction early if necessary. Bidders Age: You must be 18 years of age or older to Bid. Special eBay Bid Retraction Rules: Please read eBay's "Retracting a Bid" If you place a bid before the last 12-hour period of the auction: You may retract that bid before that last 12-hour period but only for exceptional circumstances. You will not be allowed to retract that bid during the last 12-hour period of the auction. If you place a bid during the last 12-hour period of the auction: You will be allowed to retract the bid for exceptional circumstances but only if you do so within one hour after placing the bid. Funds & Financing: For help in arranging for a Pre-Approved loan or for any questions please e-mail or phone Rick at 281-830-8510 prior to bidding. Buyers Inspection: Mercedes-Benz of Houston Greenway has done our best to disclose all information known about this vehicle for auction. Mercedes-Benz of Houston Greenway welcomes a buyers inspection. If you plan to have a buyers inspection, please make sure you inspect the vehicle prior to the auction ending. Inspection fees if any are Buyers responsibility. Representations and Warranties made by seller: This vehicle is being sold "as is". Manufacturers warranties may still apply. Extended warranty may be available, e-mail or phone Rick at 281-830-8510 for details. No representations or warranties are made by seller, nor are any representations or warranties relied upon by bidders in making bids. Taxes and Registration fees: Out of state buyers are responsible for all state, county, city taxes and fees, as well as title service fees in the state that the vehicle will be registered. All taxes and fees must be paid in full in order for vehicle to be titled and registered. Title Information: Vehicles titles may be held by banks or lenders as collateral for loans. In many cases there is a delay in receiving the original instruments up to 21 days from the time we pay a vehicle off. While we usually have all titles in our possession at closing, there are occasions where we may be waiting for them to arrive. If payment is made by cashier's or personal checks we will hold all titles for 10 days or until funds have cleared. Shipping & Delivery: All shipping charges are buyer's responsibility. Mercedes-Benz of Houston Greenway will help with shipping arrangements but will not be responsible in any way for claims arising from shipping damage! Licensed Carriers are generally insured for $3,000,000.00. We assume no responsibility for damages incurred after the vehicle leaves our showroom. All shipping arrangements are provided by Mercedes-Benz of Houston Greenway as a courtesy. We are not affiliated with any carrier. Any claims or other communication regarding shipment of vehicles will be between you and the shipper, not with Mercedes-Benz of Houston Greenway. The amount of time it takes for delivery is dependent on the carrier, but is generally 7-14 days from the date the vehicle is picked up from our facility until it is delivered to your destination. Verify with the shipper for an Estimate Time of Arrival to be sure. Finalizing your Purchase: Mercedes-Benz of Houston Greenway will contact the successful high bidder by e-mail after the auction closes. Successful high bidder MUST communicate with Rick at Mercedes-Benz of Houston Greenway by e-mail or phone 281-830-8510 within 24 hours of the auction ending to make arrangements to complete their transaction. If we cannot confirm your intention to buy or the sale is not completed within 5 days, we reserve the right to relist this vehicle or sell to any other qualified buyer. In order to secure bid on vehicle, Successful bidder (BUYER) must within 24 hours of bid closing send to Seller a Deposit in the amount of $500.00 by major credit card, cash in person or bank certified funds. Within 72 hours of bid closing, Buyer must send balance of funds by bank wire transfer, cash in person, bank certified funds to Seller. At time of sending initial deposit, Buyer MUST fax copy of their State issued valid Driver License. Furthermore, before said vehicle is released for shipment to Buyer, all other Sale related and title related paperwork must be signed and returned complete to Seller.Auction123, Inc. (a service and listing/software company) and the Seller has done his/her best to disclose the equipment/condition of this vehicle/purchase. However, Auction123.com disclaims any warranty as to the accuracy or to the working condition of the vehicle/equipment listed. The purchaser or prospective purchaser should verify with the Seller the accuracy of all the information listed within this ad. Copyright © 2014 Auction123, Inc. - All Rights Reserved. Selling a Vehicle? Create Professional Listings Fast and Easy. Click Here! Image Hosting and Counters by: Auction123.com

Ford : F-150 SVT Raptor 2012 svt raptor used 6.2 l v 8 16 v automatic 4 x 4 pickup truck moonroof

Ford : F-150 SVT Raptor 2012 svt raptor used 6.2 l v 8 16 v automatic 4 x 4 pickup truck moonroof

$43,991

Houston, Texas

Year 2012

Make Ford

Model F-150

Category Pickup Truck

Mileage 63137

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Patrick Cummins (855) 593-4953 7025 Old Katy Road Houston Texas 77024 ? ? ? ? 2012 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor ? ? ? ? 1 of 79 ? View Large Images ? ? Shipping Quote ? Apply Now Secure Credit Application Applying for a vehicle loan online is one of the quickest and easiest application methods. Our secure application is easy to complete, all you need are a few personal and employment details. Description Sweet 1 owner 63,137 mile 2012 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor with Silver exterior and Black leather interior. This Raptor has an automatic transmission, 6.2L 411hp V8 engine, navigation, back up camera, florr mounted center console with shifter, step bars, Bluetooth, tow package, steering wheel mounted controls, sunroof, full power options and much more. CARFAX certifies this Raptor to be a 1 owner with no accidents reported. PRICED TO SELL!!!!! Please call or email with any questions you might have, or to schedule a test drive. Thanks for looking!!! Internet Sales 855-593-4953 Land Rover Jaguar Houston Central is a full service dealership and can assist with shipping. We also offer several different financing options with approved credit. Out of state buyers are responsible for all tax, title and license fees in your state .Land Rover Jaguar Houston will collect tax, title and license for all Texas residents. Winning bidders need to contact us within 24 hours of auction end with a deposit. Please contact Patrick Cummins at 855-593-4953 . You can also email me at patrick.cummins@landroverhouston.net with any questions. Pick up from Houston IAH or Hobby airport can be arranged. Thanks For looking!! We do our best to ensure that all information is correct in our listings. In the rare case that this listing should contain an error, we do reserve the right to make corrections at any time Options and Standard Features Options 10-Way Power Adjustable Driver & Passenger Seat Dual Electronic Automatic Temperature Control Heated/Cooled Driver & Passenger Seats Memory System Power Moonroof Radio: Navigation W/Sony Audio Raptor Luxury Package Rearview Camera Remote Start Stowable Bed Extender Tailgate Step Trailer Brake Controller Universal Garage Door Opener Basic Information VIN Number: 1FTFW1R60CFB34319 Stock Number: TCFB34319 Model Year: 2012 Make: Ford Model: F-150 Style Name: 4X4 Supercrew Cab Styleside 5.5 Ft. Box 145 In. WB SVT Raptor (Retail Only) Vehicle Trim: SVT Raptor Body Type: Truck Supercrew Cab Vehicle Type: Pickup Exterior Color: Ingot Silver Metallic Interior Color: Black Engine Engine Description: V-8 Cyl Fuel Type: Gas Fuel Induction: Sequential MPI Valves Per Cylinder: 2 Aspiration: Normal MPG Automatic City: 11 MPG Automatic Highway: 16 DriveTrain Transmission: Automatic Drive Train Type: 4X4 4WD Type : Part-Time Descent Control: Hill Descent Control Differential Limited Slip: Mechanical Driven Wheels: Four-Wheel Locking Hubs: Auto Transfer Case: Electronic Wheels Rims: Machined Aluminum Wheels Spare Rim Type: Steel Suspension Independent Suspension: Front Stabilizer Bar: Front Instrumentation Clock Compass External Temp Low Fuel Level Tachometer Trip Computer Roof and Glass Front Wipers: Variable Intermittent Rear Defogger Privacy Glass: Deep In Car Entertainment Audio System: SIRIUS AM/FM/Satellite Speakers: 4 Antenna Type: Fixed Seats Drivers Height: Power Drivers Lumbar: Manual Drivers Power: 6 Passenger Lumbar: Manual Seating Capacity: 5 Front Seat Type: Bucket Upholstery: Cloth/Leather Folding: Fold-Up Cushion Convenience Cruise Control Windows: Power Windows Steering Power: Speed-Proportional Power Steering Steering Adjustment: Tilt And Telescopic Mirrors: Power Remote Power Door Locks Center Console: Full With Locking Storage Cupholders: Front And Rear Door Pockets: Driver, Passenger And Rear Overhead Console: Full With Storage Power Outlets: 3 Seatback Storage: 2 Comfort Air Conditioning: Manual Center Console Trim: Metal-Look Dash Trim: Metal-Look Door Trim: Metal-Look Mats: Vinyl/Rubber Front And Rear Reading Lights: Front And Rear Shift Knob: Leather/Chrome Steering Wheel Trim: Leather Vanity Mirrors: Dual Vanity Mirrors Features Aux Transmission Cooler: HD Running Boards Bumpers: Black Door Reinforcement: Side-Impact Door Beam Safety Driver and Passenger Airbag Head Airbags: Curtain 1St And 2Nd Row ABS: 4-Wheel Stability Control Safety Locks Headlights Auto Delay: Auto Delay Off Headlights Dusksensor: Dusk Sensing Engine Immobilizer Turning Circle: 47 Door Reinforcement: Side-Impact Door Beam Front Headrests: Manual W/Tilt Rear Headrests: 3 Rear Center Seatbelt: 3-Point Belt Side Airbag Stability Control: Stability Control With Anti-Roll NHTSA Passenger Grade: Average NHTSA Driver Grade: Good NHTSA Side Impact Front Grade: Excellent NHTSA Side Impact Back Grade: Excellent Towing and Hauling Trailer Hitch Doors Liftgate Window: Power Rear Door Type: Tailgate Side Door Type: Conventional Dimensions Front Head Room: 41.0 Inches Front Hip Room: 60.5 Inches Front Shoulder Room: 65.9 Inches Front Leg Room: 41.4 Inches Rear Head Room: 40.3 Inches Rear Hip Room: 64.6 Inches Rear Leg Room: 43.5 Inches Rear Shoulder Room: 65.5 Inches Length: 232.1 Inches Width: 86.3 Inches Height: 78.5 Inches Wheelbase: 145.0 Inches Ground Clearance: 9.3 Inches Max Gross Vehicle Weight: 7,300 Lbs. Curb Weight: 6,210 Lbs. Message Land Rover Houston is the original Houston Land Rover Dealership. We are also one of the largest new and pre-owned Land Rover Dealers in the southwest. We have been providing and servicing Land Rovers since 1987. Your satisfaction is our primary concern. With a knowledgeable sales team, large inventory and True Price, Land Rover Houston is the first and last place you will need to shop. We are dedicated to exceeding the expectations of each individual that shops at Jaguar Land Rover Houston. Please Contact Patrick Cummins at 855-593-4953 with any questions you might have or to schedule a test drive. Vehicle Review Vehicle Information ?Overview ?Introduction ?Walkaround ?Driving Impression ?Interior ?Summary New engines, more models. The 2012 Ford F-150 pickup truck manages to combine versatility, great fuel economy and dependability while offering several unique trims, cab styles and pickup box lengths. The F-150 is available in several distinctive trims. These include the XL, STX, XLT, FX2/FX4, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum and the Harley Davidson. For the off-road extremist, the segment exclusive SVT Raptor is available and delivers both outstanding off-road capabilities and daily use characteristics. Four engine choices are offered and each is mated to a fuel efficient 6-speed automatic transmission equipped with a tow haul mode. Two powerful V6 engines are available and they consist of a 4-valve, DOHC aluminum block 302-hp 3.7-liter and a 365-hp 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 that incorporates direct fuel injection and twin turbochargers to deliver considerable power and towing prowess while being very fuel efficient. Two V8 engines that are available include a 4-valve DOHC 360-hp 5.0-liter and a 2-valve SOHC 411-hp 6.2-liter and both V8 engines deliver impressive towing capabilities. Safety features include four-wheel ABS disc brakes, electronic traction and stability control, front and side airbags and the Safety Canopy side curtain airbags. The F-150 offers a 4x2 or a 4x4 drive system, three cab styles, three pickup box lengths and several useful individual options and option packages. Available Ford exclusive features include SYNC, MyKey, SecuriLock, SecuriCode, SelectShift, retractable pickup box side steps, a tailgate step, and innovative Ford Work Solution options. For 2012, the Lariat Limited trim has been discontinued. All 4x4 models have some transfer case upgrades as electronic shift-on-the-fly replaces the manual shifter while the Lariat trim and above now come standard with a torque on demand AWD system. New 4-way adjustable headrests are standard on all but the XL trim and a convenient trailer brake controller comes standard on the Harley Davidson trim. Source: Model Reviews Introduction Smooth and quiet, the Ford F-150 is comfortable on bumpy streets around town, over rugged terrain at construction sites, around farms and over utility roads, and on the open highway. Its steering is nicely weighted and requires little correction on the highway making it nice for long cross-country tows. The cabs are comfortable, whether ordered with leather or cloth. The 2012 Ford F-150 lineup offers a plethora of models in dozens of permutations. All are highly capable trucks, even those loaded with luxury features. The F-150 was completely redesigned for 2009. For 2011, the F-150 received a new engine lineup and electric-assist steering on all but 6.2-powered Crew Cabs. For 2012, the Lariat Limited model is no longer offered, but one of the nine F-150 versions should be close enough. A new FX appearance package is for 2012 F-150 FX2 and FX4 models that includes 20-inch wheels and lots of flat-black trim inside and out. The FX Luxury package adds cooling to the heatable front seats. Other noteworthy changes include electric shift-on-the-fly four-wheel drive for 2012 F-150 XL up to Lariat models, while 2012 F-150 Lariat, King Ranch and Platinum offer a 4x4 auto mode that requires no driver action and hill start assist. All 2012 F-150 4WD models can now be flat-towed behind another vehicle, like a motorhome or larger construction truck. And a new locking rear differential for 2012 is offered on more axle ratios and 2WD models than the old limited-slip was. 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. With one of the deepest beds in the segment, the F-150 has generous cargo volume out back and a maximum payload rating of 3,060 pounds; most versions carry 1,550-2,100 pounds. Any cab model F-150 can be optioned to tow more than 11,000 pounds; the range varies from 5,500-11,300 pounds. (The Ford Super Duty line of heavy-duty pickups is covered in a separate New Car Test Drive review.) Two V8 and two V6 engines are offered, all with 6-speed automatic transmissions. Standard on 2WD is a 302-hp 3.7-liter V6. Other choices include a 360-hp 5-liter V8, the only engine offered on every cab/bed combination, a 411-hp 6.2-liter V8 on SuperCrew short beds, and a 365-hp twin-turbo 3.5-liter V6 on all but regular cab short beds. Each engine except the 6.2 offers multiple axle ratios. Many years the best-selling pickup, the F-150's had a target on it for those same years. So it has to stay competitive: The standard V6 is more powerful than any other pickup V6 and the same horsepower as Chevy's 1.1-liter-larger V8; the 6.2 offered in Crew Cabs and Raptor is more powerful than any half-ton pickup engine; it's the only pickup that comes with a 6-speed automatic in every model. And its maximum payload and weight ratings are competitive in a world where numbers and rankings often change monthly. Like any full-size pickup, the key to an F-150 is assessing your needs accurately and choosing the best one among all the permutations. Also like any pickup, remember that maximum payload and maximum trailer weight don't go together, are available only on a few of the 50-plus versions, and often decline as soon as you check an option box other than paint or aluminum wheels. Also remember the EPA ratings are only that, for empty trucks, and you are moving around at least 5,000 pounds. Do that, and you should be quite happy with any F-150. Source: New Car Test Drive Walkaround The angular lines of the Ford F-150 mean it's easier to clean, easier to park, and gives maximum inside volume for outside space. Some bulge to the hood and large grille openings imply power, as does the higher altitude of 4WD models; many models have big graphics to ensure everyone knows what it is. The F-150 is easily recognized by substantial blue ovals, stepped front window ledge, and the tall bed. The front door edge that allows a lower glass line at the front is stylish but also very useful; it allows a better view of front quarters near the truck and means you can have a good-sized mirror that doesn't limit forward vision because you look over it rather than around it. The view rearward can be aided by extendable towing mirrors, a rear camera, and a power sliding rear window. We found the towing mirrors work very well. Pillars between the doors (called B-pillars) and the rear hand-hold on the pillar may yield an awkward blind spot for some drivers, but everyone should appreciate the windshield pillars (A-pillars) shaped to help preserve forward vision. Relatively square shoulders on the hood make it easy to see the edges of the truck, a bonus for tight parking lots, plow operators, and squeezing between trees or rocks en route to outdoor recreation. With all beds you can get a locking tailgate and tie-down points. On many models you also get a bed extender and tailgate step (rated 300 pounds); the tailgate step makes stepping into the bed easier but it makes the tailgate feel heavier than some petite drivers will want to open or close. Some models offer a box-side step rated at 500 pounds; a pop-out, under-bed step behind the cab, but we needed considerable effort to return it and wonder how it will work after grounding on a rocky trail, having mud or snow thrown at it, or in freezing weather. Refueling is done with Ford's capless filler system so you will never lose another gas cap. Most F-150 models have Ford's family-face horizontal three-bar aspect to the grille and the tailgate styling; the larger grille, squared headlights and more heavily contoured hood all add to the imposing size, though it isn't as imposing as Dodge's forward-leaning grille setup. On higher-level models the chrome is considerable, and extends to the front tow loops on 4WD. The FX model has a multi-ribbed grille, blacked-out trim, plenty of decals and real truck tires if you choose the 17-inch off-road tire option. The chassis on 4WD models doesn't have anything mounted much lower than the frame rails, but if you intend to use four-wheel drive for anything more than snow or muddy roads the skid plate package should be considered. The FX appearance package's flat-black 20-inch wheels have contemporary style, but we find them far more apropos the FX2 than the FX4. Models with the heavy-duty payload package come with 17-inch wheels with seven bolts holding each on. More attachment points are frequently used as truck weight increases but 7 bolts is an uncommon pattern and may limit your choice in aftermarket or replacement wheels. Source: New Car Test Drive Driving Impression The Ford F-150 is among the heavier trucks in its class, contributing to a solid feel and none of that empty metal box bang-and-clang that characterized pickups of old. There's an impression of substance and tight construction regardless of the road surface or the model. What stands out most driving the F-150 is the relative refinement. Ford attributes much of this to the Quiet Steel laminate used in some body panels. The standard F-150 engine is a 3.7-liter V6 with contemporary technology like variable timing for the four cams and four valves per cylinder. This engine was in service in front-drive platforms and the new Mustang before it came to F-150, so it's not unproven. In the F-150 it's rated at 302 hp at 6500 rpm and 278 lb-ft at 4250 rpm, just 8 hp less than the 2010's biggest engine. You have to get the revs up to get the best work from it but the transmission is well calibrated, so it's a realistic choice where cost or fuel economy are paramount and work is limited to relatively light towing or hauling on fairly level ground. Also adapted from the Mustang but not revving as fast in the truck application is the 5-liter V8 of 360 hp and 380 lb-ft of torque, more than GM's 4.8 and 5.3, Ram's 4.7, Titan's 5.6 and Tundra's 4.6; the Ram Hemi and Tundra 5.7 rate higher power. The highest-payload F-150s use this workhorse, it can tow up to 10,000 pounds, and it sounds like a muscle-car, more authoritative than even the 6.2-liter. The 6.2 debuted in the SuperDuty pickups, that's why it's the only iron-block engine (and hydraulic steering assist) in the line. In F-150 applications it rates 411 hp and 434 lb-ft of torque at 4500 rpm, the most powerful half-ton pickup engine, but is available only in short-bed SuperCrew trucks and the Raptor. GM's 6.2 is rated slightly lower and also limited to certain configurations. The most impressive engine choice is the twin-turbocharged, direct injection EcoBoost 3.5-liter V6. Horsepower is 365 and torque is 420 lb-ft at a nice low 2500 rpm so unless you need the rumble of a V8 it's by far the best combo of performance and economy. There is no lag waiting for power to come up, it's the quietest engine with just a hint of whistle at moderate throttle (talk-radio would mask it), its at-altitude performance will be better than the others and it often carries more than 6.2 V8 trucks because the engine is lighter. You can't use boost and get good economy at the same time, but you can have both to work with in the same truck. The only negatives are it costs more than the 3.7 or 5.0 and it's grunt sometimes overwhelms rear traction when towing resulting in axle-tramp, a rough up-and-down motion of the rear axle until traction control intervenes or the driver lifts off the throttle. On 4x4 models it comes with a 36-gallon fuel tank but 4x2 are limited to a 26-gallon tank. The 6-speed automatic works smoothly, and is not overly anxious to get into that fuel-saving top gear as soon as possible; engaging Tow/Haul mode will stretch out the shift points, not require a mat-flattening mash of the pedal to affect a downshift and provide some engine braking on descents. The F-150 has a fully boxed frame, which is quite stiff and resistant to both bending and twist. The front suspension is a dual ball-joint design pioneered and still used by BMW and found on the Expedition sport-utility, while the rear suspension has long leaf springs and outboard shocks. Electric-assist steering is used on all F-150 except those with the 6.2 V8. It makes for lighter effort at low speeds, better weighting at road speeds, never loses assist in extensive maneuvering as when backing a trailer, and is programmed to reduce fatigue from crowned roads or crosswinds. It should simplify engine service, requires no service of its own, and can add up to 4 percent in highway fuel economy. However, the electric-assist steering is not rated for snow plowing, and the hydraulic-steering 6.2 V8 is only in Crew Cabs also not recommended for plowing. The sheer mass of the F-150 combines with the suspension to deliver a very good ride (by pickup standards) and quiet composure. Sure, it will skip on bumpy corners and move around over dry wash scrabble at speed but it doesn't get upset or noisy. Longer wheelbases will bob or pogo-stick on some expansion joints and expressway surfaces but it never becomes fatiguing. As is often the case, the standard-size wheels produce better ride quality and less road noise than the 20- and 22-inch packages. Brakes get the job done with their ultimate performance based as much on tire choice and weight in the bed as anything else. Electronic stability control and anti-lock brakes are standard across the board. A locking rear differential is optional for the best traction and available even on some 2WD models, and in many cases the suspension tuning on an FX produces the best ride quality over marginal roads and city potholes. Some of the factors that aid visibility also hinder it. The high stance of a pickup is good for more distant views but hides things behind the tall tailgate and this is a wide piece of equipment. Extendable towing mirrors include a flat upper element and separately adjustable wide-angle element for a superb view rearward and safe towing but they are big and will be easily smacked off if you forget they're extended or don't leave space for that motorcyclist. The rearview camera is good for the view behind the tall tailgate and on the navigation screen has colored lines to indicate the width of the truck and centerline for hitching a trailer; however, this display is not predictive and does not move the colored lines with the steering wheel so it applies only in straight reversing. Rear park sensors also aid maneuvering in tight quarters, raising the frequency of audible beeps as you move closer. You'll want to turn that off when backing up to a trailer or in other situations, but that involves going through a couple of menus on the information screen, more tedious than the simple defeat buttons used by Toyota and others. The payload rating for the F-150 models varies from about 1,560 pounds to 3,060, but that includes occupants other than the driver. A construction crew of four 200-pounders in a SuperCrew might have just 700 pounds of rated capacity left for tools and materials. The highest gross combined rating (truck, trailer, cargo, passengers) for any F-150 is 17,100 pounds and these pickups are among the heaviest half-tons. Maximum tow ratings for most F-150 cabs range from 11,000-11,300 pounds. These highest ratings are similar to the Ram 1500 HD which uses heavy-duty components including stronger (but more common 8-bolt on the Ram) wheels. Remember these maximums apply to an unloaded pickup; if you foresee towing more than 7000-8000 pounds behind a loaded F-150 you should consider stepping up to Super Duty. The integrated trailer brake controller option is the ideal choice for smooth braking. We've tested it and it works much better than aftermarket systems. But verify that the integrated controller will work with the brakes on your trailer; some electro-hydraulic trailer systems are not compatible. Source: New Car Test Drive Interior Ford has all bases covered inside the F-150, with plenty of patterns, textures and finishes, and the choice of a 40/20/40 split-bench front seat or captain's chairs in many models. On those trucks with a bench seat, the middle passenger should be of a smaller size for both knee clearance and the narrow space between seat and belt brackets. Mindful that you can't have everything for $23,000, the basic XL is quite respectable and a good value given a single option tab on a bigger pickup can be nearly half the XL's purchase price. Fleet drivers will appreciate that air conditioning is standard and the truck is quieter and more refined, in part due to a smoother 60-degree V6 and not one derived from a 90-degree V8. At the other end of the spectrum, the Platinum is like a Lincoln Navigator with a pickup bed. The King Ranch chairs may look like a fine saddle (and require the same maintenance in some climes), but you'll want to ensure the jeans are clean and spurs off before you climb into this cowboy clubhouse. Virtually everything you might need is either standard or available, and much the same degree of luxury in a more subdued style can be found in Lariats, which follow a more eclectic approach to decor and make one wonder if seven colors and surface textures on a rear door alone might be one or two too many. The speaker grilles on high-line models that look like metal really are (with the three horizontal bar theme molded in), and in some cases the trim is real brushed aluminum. The wood is faux but well done, perhaps to save trees. The front bench is still split three ways: The center section flips down to reveal a console with storage and cup holders. The console is flat, so you can put a clipboard on top of it and it won't slide off until you stop, start or change direction quickly. Captain's chairs on FX and Lariat models, especially with power adjustment and the optional adjustable pedals (the switch is often hidden on the steering column), provide good driver positioning for virtually everyone. We found the seats didn't suffer from our earlier criticisms of lacking thigh support and aggressively tilted headrests. Front and rear-seat room is very good; the SuperCrew's rear is a vast, spacious area for three adults with a flat floor all the way across and full roll-down windows. On the down side, it could take a while to heat up or cool off in climate extremes, and the floor mats cover only a third of the carpet by our tape measure. The rear seat cushions lift up to stow vertically, with four grocery bag hooks on the underside of the wider driver-side seat and, if equipped, the subwoofer for the Sony sound system under the right rear seat; rear cabin storage seats-up amounts to nearly 58 cubic feet. With captain's chairs up front there are vents in the back of the center console. There are three tethers and two anchor sets for baby seats, outboard rear headrests raise enough to protect tall passengers, and a smaller center rear headrest to preserve vision for those who use the window; you can also get a power sliding window with defrost. We sampled a couple of trims, one with bucket seats and white-stitched black leather, the other a 40/20/40 bench in tan leather; the lighter color interior looked richer, but also busier since it had dual colors for the dashboard where the black truck didn't. Either seat is comfortable, the advantage of the bucket being goodies like heating/cooling on higher trim models. Most of the touch points on Lariat felt good, with a sort of rubberized texture to the door armrests, but there is still plenty of hard plastic in pillar covers and lower doors to ease cleaning. The cloth upholstery in the STX feels comfortable and durable; in temperature extremes we'd prefer it to the leather on upper trims. Apart from seat coverings and the steering wheel, the STX doesn't feel budget conscious. All models use the same basic dash layout, with tachometer to left (no marked redline), speedometer to right, and oil pressure, coolant temperature, fuel and transmission fluid temperature lined up between. On lower-level models the gauges are more traditional white-on-black and, on higher-line models, silver faces with dark numbers that light up green and are often easier to read at night than in daylight. The ancillary gauges are quite lethargic so you need to heed warning lights even if a gauge doesn't quite agree. The new central screen provides a wider array of information called up by a thumb-switch on the steering wheel, including but not limited to transmission fluid temperature, fuel economy/range, gear selected, trailer profiles, and tire pressures. Trucks with the Sony navigation/audio system have arguably simpler controls than those without it by virtue of the voice command, logical operation and system integration. Trucks without that option aren't bad, but even on some lesser trims we found plenty of white-on-black buttons on the center panel which could require some familiarization. Window switches are all lift-to-close but the power door lock bar is horizontal so if Rover puts his paw on the right part of the switch you could get locked out. Bench seat models use a column-mounted shift lever, while most bucket seat models use a bigger console shift lever, both with a Tow/Haul mode. The floor-shift requires a button-push from D to N as you might at a long light or rail crossing, and the column-shift has a light detent so it's easy to go one-to-two gears too far. Manual gear selection requires engaging the M position and using a +/- thumb toggle to change, like GM's approach, but Dodge's layout is simpler and just as effective. Liberal chrome on the console can produce some distracting glare. Headlights are to the left, four-wheel drive and the integrated trailer brake controller are to the right; the power adjustable pedal switch on the left side of the steering column is harder to find than dash switches but does keep you from leaning forward while trying to adjust your driving position. Four round omni-directional vents ensure airflow where you want it, front seatbelt anchors are height-adjustable, and our only ergonomic complaint was the lack of a sun visor that covered the length of the side glass. The Sony navigation/sound system and Ford's SYNC system bring infotainment to a new level, integrating Bluetooth-enabled devices, 911 Assist, Vehicle Health report, Sirius travel link with real-time traffic, weather, 4500 movie theater listings and show times and 120 gas stations with fuel prices. Power points, a USB port and MP3 input jack are in the lower center dash. The Sony 700-watt 5.1 channel sound system provides very good sonic quality, even if the impact didn't feel like 700 watts. It has the usual assortment of graphics nonsense like the oxymoronic-titled audio visualizer, which we could live without. Pickups without space are pointless and the F-150 won't disappoint. The Regular Cab is roomy enough to fit three adults across and has plenty of space for the miscellaneous debris and detritus that tends to accumulate in trucks. SuperCabs have a full-width back seat best-suited to kids and short rides for bigger adults since legroom is the squeeze point; it's similar in size and intent to the Chevy Silverado or GMC Sierra extended cab or the Titan King Cab. For larger families or routine four-passenger service, the SuperCrew's room and regular back doors will be welcome, with as many as 30 different places to put things. Source: New Car Test Drive Summary The Ford F-150 delivers a strong combination of style, interior comfort, performance, ride and hauling ability. The new engine lineup moves Ford from follower to leader in power and alternatives. With multiple choices in trim, drivetrains and body styles, there's an F-150 for every type of pickup owner. NewCarTestDrive.com correspondent G.R. Whale reported from Dallas, Dearborn and Los Angeles after test-driving many F-150 models. 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Trim SVT Raptor Crew Cab Pickup 4 Door

Ford : F-150 Platinum 2012 platinum used turbo 3.5 l v 6 24 v automatic 4 x 4 pickup truck

Ford : F-150 Platinum 2012 platinum used turbo 3.5 l v 6 24 v automatic 4 x 4 pickup truck

$32,981

Houston, Texas

Year 2012

Make Ford

Model F-150

Category Pickup Truck

Mileage 50471

Posted Over 1 Month

Patrick Cummins (855) 593-4953 7025 Old Katy Road Houston Texas 77024 ? ? ? ? 2012 Ford F-150 Platinum ? ? ? ? 1 of 67 ? View Large Images ? ? Shipping Quote ? Apply Now Secure Credit Application Applying for a vehicle loan online is one of the quickest and easiest application methods. Our secure application is easy to complete, all you need are a few personal and employment details. Description Beautiful 1 owner 50,471 mile 2012 Ford F-150 Platinum 4WD with Silver exterior and Brown leather interior. This Platinum F-150 has an automatic transmission, 5.0L 360hp V8 engine, navigation, back up camera, steering wheel mounted controls, floor mounted center console with storage, power side stepd, heated and cooled front seats, dual cliamte controls, bed liner, bed cover, full power options and a Sony premium sync sound system with Aux inputs. CARFAX certifies this F-150 to be a 1 ownwer. PRICED TO SELL!!!!! 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In the rare case that this listing should contain an error, we do reserve the right to make corrections at any time Options and Standard Features Options Radio: Navigation w/Sony Single DVD/CD Player Tailgate Step Trailer Brake Controller Basic Information VIN Number: 1FTFW1ET1CFA95493 Stock Number: TCFA95493 Model Year: 2012 Make: Ford Model: F-150 Style Name: 4X4 Supercrew Cab Styleside 6.5 Ft. Box 157 In. WB Platinum Vehicle Trim: Platinum Body Type: Truck Supercrew Cab Vehicle Type: Pickup Interior Color: Sienna Exterior Color: Ingot Silver Metallic Engine Engine Description: V-6 Cyl Fuel Type: Gas Fuel Induction: Direct Gasoline Injection Valves Per Cylinder: 4 Aspiration: Twin-Turbocharged MPG Automatic City: 15 MPG Automatic Highway: 21 DriveTrain Transmission: Automatic Drive Train Type: 4X4 4WD Type : Automatic Full-Time Driven Wheels: Four-Wheel Locking Hubs: Auto Transfer Case: Electronic Wheels Rims: Polished Aluminum Wheels Spare Rim Type: Steel Suspension Independent Suspension: Front Stabilizer Bar: Front Instrumentation Clock Compass External Temp Low Fuel Level Tachometer Trip Computer Roof and Glass Front Wipers: Variable Intermittent Rear Defogger Privacy Glass: Deep In Car Entertainment Audio System: SIRIUS AM/FM/Satellite Premium Brand: Sony Speakers: 10 Premium Speakers: Sony Antenna Type: Fixed Seats Drivers: Multi-Level Heating Drivers Height: Power Drivers Lumbar: Power 2-Way Drivers Power: 8 Drivers Ventilated: Ventilated Passenger: Multi-Level Heating Passenger Height: Power Passenger Lumbar: Power 2-Way Passenger Power: 8 Seating Capacity: 5 Front Seat Type: Bucket Upholstery: Leather Center Armrest Folding: Fold-Up Cushion Heated Convenience Cruise Control Windows: Power Windows Steering Power: Speed-Proportional Electric Power Steering Power Retractable Mirrors Steering Adjustment: Tilt And Telescopic Mirrors: Power Remote Auto Dimming Mirrors: Electrochromatic, Driver Only Power Door Locks Adjustable Pedals: Power Center Console: Full With Locking Storage Cupholders: Front And Rear Door Pockets: Driver, Passenger And Rear Overhead Console: Full With Storage Power Outlets: 3 Seatback Storage: 2 Universal Remote Transmitter Memory Features Memory Features Number of Drivers: 2 Memory Features Comfort Air Conditioning: Automatic Center Console Trim: Leather/Aluminum Dash Trim: Aluminum Door Trim: Piano Black Mats: Carpet Front And Rear Reading Lights: Front And Rear Shift Knob: Leather/Chrome Steering Wheel Trim: Leather/Piano Black Vanity Mirrors: Dual Illuminated Vanity Mirrors Features Aux Transmission Cooler: HD Running Boards: Power Bumpers: Body-Colored Door Reinforcement: Side-Impact Door Beam Safety Driver and Passenger Airbag Head Airbags: Curtain 1St And 2Nd Row ABS: 4-Wheel Mirrors: Turn Signal In Mirrors Anti Theft System Stability Control Safety Locks Headlights Auto Delay: Auto Delay Off Headlights Dusksensor: Dusk Sensing Front Headrests: Manual W/Tilt Engine Immobilizer Turning Circle: 50.4 Door Reinforcement: Side-Impact Door Beam Rear Headrests: 3 Rear Center Seatbelt: 3-Point Belt Side Airbag Stability Control: Stability Control With Anti-Roll NHTSA Passenger Grade: Average NHTSA Driver Grade: Good NHTSA Side Impact Front Grade: Excellent NHTSA Side Impact Back Grade: Excellent Towing and Hauling Trailer Hitch Doors Liftgate Window: Power Rear Door Type: Tailgate Side Door Type: Conventional Dimensions Front Head Room: 41.0 Inches Front Hip Room: 60.5 Inches Front Shoulder Room: 65.9 Inches Front Leg Room: 41.4 Inches Rear Head Room: 40.3 Inches Rear Hip Room: 64.6 Inches Rear Leg Room: 43.5 Inches Rear Shoulder Room: 65.5 Inches Length: 243.9 Inches Width: 79.2 Inches Height: 75.6 Inches Wheelbase: 157.0 Inches Ground Clearance: 9.0 Inches Max Gross Vehicle Weight: 7,350 Lbs. Curb Weight: 5,716 Lbs. Message Land Rover Houston is the original Houston Land Rover Dealership. We are also one of the largest new and pre-owned Land Rover Dealers in the southwest. We have been providing and servicing Land Rovers since 1987. Your satisfaction is our primary concern. With a knowledgeable sales team, large inventory and True Price, Land Rover Houston is the first and last place you will need to shop. We are dedicated to exceeding the expectations of each individual that shops at Jaguar Land Rover Houston. Please Contact Patrick Cummins at 855-593-4953 with any questions you might have or to schedule a test drive. Vehicle Review Vehicle Information ?Overview ?Introduction ?Walkaround ?Driving Impression ?Interior ?Summary New engines, more models. The 2012 Ford F-150 pickup truck manages to combine versatility, great fuel economy and dependability while offering several unique trims, cab styles and pickup box lengths. The F-150 is available in several distinctive trims. These include the XL, STX, XLT, FX2/FX4, Lariat, King Ranch, Platinum and the Harley Davidson. For the off-road extremist, the segment exclusive SVT Raptor is available and delivers both outstanding off-road capabilities and daily use characteristics. Four engine choices are offered and each is mated to a fuel efficient 6-speed automatic transmission equipped with a tow haul mode. Two powerful V6 engines are available and they consist of a 4-valve, DOHC aluminum block 302-hp 3.7-liter and a 365-hp 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 that incorporates direct fuel injection and twin turbochargers to deliver considerable power and towing prowess while being very fuel efficient. Two V8 engines that are available include a 4-valve DOHC 360-hp 5.0-liter and a 2-valve SOHC 411-hp 6.2-liter and both V8 engines deliver impressive towing capabilities. Safety features include four-wheel ABS disc brakes, electronic traction and stability control, front and side airbags and the Safety Canopy side curtain airbags. The F-150 offers a 4x2 or a 4x4 drive system, three cab styles, three pickup box lengths and several useful individual options and option packages. Available Ford exclusive features include SYNC, MyKey, SecuriLock, SecuriCode, SelectShift, retractable pickup box side steps, a tailgate step, and innovative Ford Work Solution options. For 2012, the Lariat Limited trim has been discontinued. All 4x4 models have some transfer case upgrades as electronic shift-on-the-fly replaces the manual shifter while the Lariat trim and above now come standard with a torque on demand AWD system. New 4-way adjustable headrests are standard on all but the XL trim and a convenient trailer brake controller comes standard on the Harley Davidson trim. Source: Model Reviews Introduction Smooth and quiet, the Ford F-150 is comfortable on bumpy streets around town, over rugged terrain at construction sites, around farms and over utility roads, and on the open highway. Its steering is nicely weighted and requires little correction on the highway making it nice for long cross-country tows. The cabs are comfortable, whether ordered with leather or cloth. The 2012 Ford F-150 lineup offers a plethora of models in dozens of permutations. All are highly capable trucks, even those loaded with luxury features. The F-150 was completely redesigned for 2009. For 2011, the F-150 received a new engine lineup and electric-assist steering on all but 6.2-powered Crew Cabs. For 2012, the Lariat Limited model is no longer offered, but one of the nine F-150 versions should be close enough. A new FX appearance package is for 2012 F-150 FX2 and FX4 models that includes 20-inch wheels and lots of flat-black trim inside and out. The FX Luxury package adds cooling to the heatable front seats. Other noteworthy changes include electric shift-on-the-fly four-wheel drive for 2012 F-150 XL up to Lariat models, while 2012 F-150 Lariat, King Ranch and Platinum offer a 4x4 auto mode that requires no driver action and hill start assist. All 2012 F-150 4WD models can now be flat-towed behind another vehicle, like a motorhome or larger construction truck. And a new locking rear differential for 2012 is offered on more axle ratios and 2WD models than the old limited-slip was. 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. With one of the deepest beds in the segment, the F-150 has generous cargo volume out back and a maximum payload rating of 3,060 pounds; most versions carry 1,550-2,100 pounds. Any cab model F-150 can be optioned to tow more than 11,000 pounds; the range varies from 5,500-11,300 pounds. (The Ford Super Duty line of heavy-duty pickups is covered in a separate New Car Test Drive review.) Two V8 and two V6 engines are offered, all with 6-speed automatic transmissions. Standard on 2WD is a 302-hp 3.7-liter V6. Other choices include a 360-hp 5-liter V8, the only engine offered on every cab/bed combination, a 411-hp 6.2-liter V8 on SuperCrew short beds, and a 365-hp twin-turbo 3.5-liter V6 on all but regular cab short beds. Each engine except the 6.2 offers multiple axle ratios. Many years the best-selling pickup, the F-150's had a target on it for those same years. So it has to stay competitive: The standard V6 is more powerful than any other pickup V6 and the same horsepower as Chevy's 1.1-liter-larger V8; the 6.2 offered in Crew Cabs and Raptor is more powerful than any half-ton pickup engine; it's the only pickup that comes with a 6-speed automatic in every model. And its maximum payload and weight ratings are competitive in a world where numbers and rankings often change monthly. Like any full-size pickup, the key to an F-150 is assessing your needs accurately and choosing the best one among all the permutations. Also like any pickup, remember that maximum payload and maximum trailer weight don't go together, are available only on a few of the 50-plus versions, and often decline as soon as you check an option box other than paint or aluminum wheels. Also remember the EPA ratings are only that, for empty trucks, and you are moving around at least 5,000 pounds. Do that, and you should be quite happy with any F-150. Source: New Car Test Drive Walkaround The angular lines of the Ford F-150 mean it's easier to clean, easier to park, and gives maximum inside volume for outside space. Some bulge to the hood and large grille openings imply power, as does the higher altitude of 4WD models; many models have big graphics to ensure everyone knows what it is. The F-150 is easily recognized by substantial blue ovals, stepped front window ledge, and the tall bed. The front door edge that allows a lower glass line at the front is stylish but also very useful; it allows a better view of front quarters near the truck and means you can have a good-sized mirror that doesn't limit forward vision because you look over it rather than around it. The view rearward can be aided by extendable towing mirrors, a rear camera, and a power sliding rear window. We found the towing mirrors work very well. Pillars between the doors (called B-pillars) and the rear hand-hold on the pillar may yield an awkward blind spot for some drivers, but everyone should appreciate the windshield pillars (A-pillars) shaped to help preserve forward vision. Relatively square shoulders on the hood make it easy to see the edges of the truck, a bonus for tight parking lots, plow operators, and squeezing between trees or rocks en route to outdoor recreation. With all beds you can get a locking tailgate and tie-down points. On many models you also get a bed extender and tailgate step (rated 300 pounds); the tailgate step makes stepping into the bed easier but it makes the tailgate feel heavier than some petite drivers will want to open or close. Some models offer a box-side step rated at 500 pounds; a pop-out, under-bed step behind the cab, but we needed considerable effort to return it and wonder how it will work after grounding on a rocky trail, having mud or snow thrown at it, or in freezing weather. Refueling is done with Ford's capless filler system so you will never lose another gas cap. Most F-150 models have Ford's family-face horizontal three-bar aspect to the grille and the tailgate styling; the larger grille, squared headlights and more heavily contoured hood all add to the imposing size, though it isn't as imposing as Dodge's forward-leaning grille setup. On higher-level models the chrome is considerable, and extends to the front tow loops on 4WD. The FX model has a multi-ribbed grille, blacked-out trim, plenty of decals and real truck tires if you choose the 17-inch off-road tire option. The chassis on 4WD models doesn't have anything mounted much lower than the frame rails, but if you intend to use four-wheel drive for anything more than snow or muddy roads the skid plate package should be considered. The FX appearance package's flat-black 20-inch wheels have contemporary style, but we find them far more apropos the FX2 than the FX4. Models with the heavy-duty payload package come with 17-inch wheels with seven bolts holding each on. More attachment points are frequently used as truck weight increases but 7 bolts is an uncommon pattern and may limit your choice in aftermarket or replacement wheels. Source: New Car Test Drive Driving Impression The Ford F-150 is among the heavier trucks in its class, contributing to a solid feel and none of that empty metal box bang-and-clang that characterized pickups of old. There's an impression of substance and tight construction regardless of the road surface or the model. What stands out most driving the F-150 is the relative refinement. Ford attributes much of this to the Quiet Steel laminate used in some body panels. The standard F-150 engine is a 3.7-liter V6 with contemporary technology like variable timing for the four cams and four valves per cylinder. This engine was in service in front-drive platforms and the new Mustang before it came to F-150, so it's not unproven. In the F-150 it's rated at 302 hp at 6500 rpm and 278 lb-ft at 4250 rpm, just 8 hp less than the 2010's biggest engine. You have to get the revs up to get the best work from it but the transmission is well calibrated, so it's a realistic choice where cost or fuel economy are paramount and work is limited to relatively light towing or hauling on fairly level ground. Also adapted from the Mustang but not revving as fast in the truck application is the 5-liter V8 of 360 hp and 380 lb-ft of torque, more than GM's 4.8 and 5.3, Ram's 4.7, Titan's 5.6 and Tundra's 4.6; the Ram Hemi and Tundra 5.7 rate higher power. The highest-payload F-150s use this workhorse, it can tow up to 10,000 pounds, and it sounds like a muscle-car, more authoritative than even the 6.2-liter. The 6.2 debuted in the SuperDuty pickups, that's why it's the only iron-block engine (and hydraulic steering assist) in the line. In F-150 applications it rates 411 hp and 434 lb-ft of torque at 4500 rpm, the most powerful half-ton pickup engine, but is available only in short-bed SuperCrew trucks and the Raptor. GM's 6.2 is rated slightly lower and also limited to certain configurations. The most impressive engine choice is the twin-turbocharged, direct injection EcoBoost 3.5-liter V6. Horsepower is 365 and torque is 420 lb-ft at a nice low 2500 rpm so unless you need the rumble of a V8 it's by far the best combo of performance and economy. There is no lag waiting for power to come up, it's the quietest engine with just a hint of whistle at moderate throttle (talk-radio would mask it), its at-altitude performance will be better than the others and it often carries more than 6.2 V8 trucks because the engine is lighter. You can't use boost and get good economy at the same time, but you can have both to work with in the same truck. The only negatives are it costs more than the 3.7 or 5.0 and it's grunt sometimes overwhelms rear traction when towing resulting in axle-tramp, a rough up-and-down motion of the rear axle until traction control intervenes or the driver lifts off the throttle. On 4x4 models it comes with a 36-gallon fuel tank but 4x2 are limited to a 26-gallon tank. The 6-speed automatic works smoothly, and is not overly anxious to get into that fuel-saving top gear as soon as possible; engaging Tow/Haul mode will stretch out the shift points, not require a mat-flattening mash of the pedal to affect a downshift and provide some engine braking on descents. The F-150 has a fully boxed frame, which is quite stiff and resistant to both bending and twist. The front suspension is a dual ball-joint design pioneered and still used by BMW and found on the Expedition sport-utility, while the rear suspension has long leaf springs and outboard shocks. Electric-assist steering is used on all F-150 except those with the 6.2 V8. It makes for lighter effort at low speeds, better weighting at road speeds, never loses assist in extensive maneuvering as when backing a trailer, and is programmed to reduce fatigue from crowned roads or crosswinds. It should simplify engine service, requires no service of its own, and can add up to 4 percent in highway fuel economy. However, the electric-assist steering is not rated for snow plowing, and the hydraulic-steering 6.2 V8 is only in Crew Cabs also not recommended for plowing. The sheer mass of the F-150 combines with the suspension to deliver a very good ride (by pickup standards) and quiet composure. Sure, it will skip on bumpy corners and move around over dry wash scrabble at speed but it doesn't get upset or noisy. Longer wheelbases will bob or pogo-stick on some expansion joints and expressway surfaces but it never becomes fatiguing. As is often the case, the standard-size wheels produce better ride quality and less road noise than the 20- and 22-inch packages. Brakes get the job done with their ultimate performance based as much on tire choice and weight in the bed as anything else. Electronic stability control and anti-lock brakes are standard across the board. A locking rear differential is optional for the best traction and available even on some 2WD models, and in many cases the suspension tuning on an FX produces the best ride quality over marginal roads and city potholes. Some of the factors that aid visibility also hinder it. The high stance of a pickup is good for more distant views but hides things behind the tall tailgate and this is a wide piece of equipment. Extendable towing mirrors include a flat upper element and separately adjustable wide-angle element for a superb view rearward and safe towing but they are big and will be easily smacked off if you forget they're extended or don't leave space for that motorcyclist. The rearview camera is good for the view behind the tall tailgate and on the navigation screen has colored lines to indicate the width of the truck and centerline for hitching a trailer; however, this display is not predictive and does not move the colored lines with the steering wheel so it applies only in straight reversing. Rear park sensors also aid maneuvering in tight quarters, raising the frequency of audible beeps as you move closer. You'll want to turn that off when backing up to a trailer or in other situations, but that involves going through a couple of menus on the information screen, more tedious than the simple defeat buttons used by Toyota and others. The payload rating for the F-150 models varies from about 1,560 pounds to 3,060, but that includes occupants other than the driver. A construction crew of four 200-pounders in a SuperCrew might have just 700 pounds of rated capacity left for tools and materials. The highest gross combined rating (truck, trailer, cargo, passengers) for any F-150 is 17,100 pounds and these pickups are among the heaviest half-tons. Maximum tow ratings for most F-150 cabs range from 11,000-11,300 pounds. These highest ratings are similar to the Ram 1500 HD which uses heavy-duty components including stronger (but more common 8-bolt on the Ram) wheels. Remember these maximums apply to an unloaded pickup; if you foresee towing more than 7000-8000 pounds behind a loaded F-150 you should consider stepping up to Super Duty. The integrated trailer brake controller option is the ideal choice for smooth braking. We've tested it and it works much better than aftermarket systems. But verify that the integrated controller will work with the brakes on your trailer; some electro-hydraulic trailer systems are not compatible. Source: New Car Test Drive Interior Ford has all bases covered inside the F-150, with plenty of patterns, textures and finishes, and the choice of a 40/20/40 split-bench front seat or captain's chairs in many models. On those trucks with a bench seat, the middle passenger should be of a smaller size for both knee clearance and the narrow space between seat and belt brackets. Mindful that you can't have everything for $23,000, the basic XL is quite respectable and a good value given a single option tab on a bigger pickup can be nearly half the XL's purchase price. Fleet drivers will appreciate that air conditioning is standard and the truck is quieter and more refined, in part due to a smoother 60-degree V6 and not one derived from a 90-degree V8. At the other end of the spectrum, the Platinum is like a Lincoln Navigator with a pickup bed. The King Ranch chairs may look like a fine saddle (and require the same maintenance in some climes), but you'll want to ensure the jeans are clean and spurs off before you climb into this cowboy clubhouse. Virtually everything you might need is either standard or available, and much the same degree of luxury in a more subdued style can be found in Lariats, which follow a more eclectic approach to decor and make one wonder if seven colors and surface textures on a rear door alone might be one or two too many. The speaker grilles on high-line models that look like metal really are (with the three horizontal bar theme molded in), and in some cases the trim is real brushed aluminum. The wood is faux but well done, perhaps to save trees. The front bench is still split three ways: The center section flips down to reveal a console with storage and cup holders. The console is flat, so you can put a clipboard on top of it and it won't slide off until you stop, start or change direction quickly. Captain's chairs on FX and Lariat models, especially with power adjustment and the optional adjustable pedals (the switch is often hidden on the steering column), provide good driver positioning for virtually everyone. We found the seats didn't suffer from our earlier criticisms of lacking thigh support and aggressively tilted headrests. Front and rear-seat room is very good; the SuperCrew's rear is a vast, spacious area for three adults with a flat floor all the way across and full roll-down windows. On the down side, it could take a while to heat up or cool off in climate extremes, and the floor mats cover only a third of the carpet by our tape measure. The rear seat cushions lift up to stow vertically, with four grocery bag hooks on the underside of the wider driver-side seat and, if equipped, the subwoofer for the Sony sound system under the right rear seat; rear cabin storage seats-up amounts to nearly 58 cubic feet. With captain's chairs up front there are vents in the back of the center console. There are three tethers and two anchor sets for baby seats, outboard rear headrests raise enough to protect tall passengers, and a smaller center rear headrest to preserve vision for those who use the window; you can also get a power sliding window with defrost. We sampled a couple of trims, one with bucket seats and white-stitched black leather, the other a 40/20/40 bench in tan leather; the lighter color interior looked richer, but also busier since it had dual colors for the dashboard where the black truck didn't. Either seat is comfortable, the advantage of the bucket being goodies like heating/cooling on higher trim models. Most of the touch points on Lariat felt good, with a sort of rubberized texture to the door armrests, but there is still plenty of hard plastic in pillar covers and lower doors to ease cleaning. The cloth upholstery in the STX feels comfortable and durable; in temperature extremes we'd prefer it to the leather on upper trims. Apart from seat coverings and the steering wheel, the STX doesn't feel budget conscious. All models use the same basic dash layout, with tachometer to left (no marked redline), speedometer to right, and oil pressure, coolant temperature, fuel and transmission fluid temperature lined up between. On lower-level models the gauges are more traditional white-on-black and, on higher-line models, silver faces with dark numbers that light up green and are often easier to read at night than in daylight. The ancillary gauges are quite lethargic so you need to heed warning lights even if a gauge doesn't quite agree. The new central screen provides a wider array of information called up by a thumb-switch on the steering wheel, including but not limited to transmission fluid temperature, fuel economy/range, gear selected, trailer profiles, and tire pressures. Trucks with the Sony navigation/audio system have arguably simpler controls than those without it by virtue of the voice command, logical operation and system integration. Trucks without that option aren't bad, but even on some lesser trims we found plenty of white-on-black buttons on the center panel which could require some familiarization. Window switches are all lift-to-close but the power door lock bar is horizontal so if Rover puts his paw on the right part of the switch you could get locked out. Bench seat models use a column-mounted shift lever, while most bucket seat models use a bigger console shift lever, both with a Tow/Haul mode. The floor-shift requires a button-push from D to N as you might at a long light or rail crossing, and the column-shift has a light detent so it's easy to go one-to-two gears too far. Manual gear selection requires engaging the M position and using a +/- thumb toggle to change, like GM's approach, but Dodge's layout is simpler and just as effective. Liberal chrome on the console can produce some distracting glare. Headlights are to the left, four-wheel drive and the integrated trailer brake controller are to the right; the power adjustable pedal switch on the left side of the steering column is harder to find than dash switches but does keep you from leaning forward while trying to adjust your driving position. Four round omni-directional vents ensure airflow where you want it, front seatbelt anchors are height-adjustable, and our only ergonomic complaint was the lack of a sun visor that covered the length of the side glass. The Sony navigation/sound system and Ford's SYNC system bring infotainment to a new level, integrating Bluetooth-enabled devices, 911 Assist, Vehicle Health report, Sirius travel link with real-time traffic, weather, 4500 movie theater listings and show times and 120 gas stations with fuel prices. Power points, a USB port and MP3 input jack are in the lower center dash. The Sony 700-watt 5.1 channel sound system provides very good sonic quality, even if the impact didn't feel like 700 watts. It has the usual assortment of graphics nonsense like the oxymoronic-titled audio visualizer, which we could live without. Pickups without space are pointless and the F-150 won't disappoint. The Regular Cab is roomy enough to fit three adults across and has plenty of space for the miscellaneous debris and detritus that tends to accumulate in trucks. SuperCabs have a full-width back seat best-suited to kids and short rides for bigger adults since legroom is the squeeze point; it's similar in size and intent to the Chevy Silverado or GMC Sierra extended cab or the Titan King Cab. For larger families or routine four-passenger service, the SuperCrew's room and regular back doors will be welcome, with as many as 30 different places to put things. Source: New Car Test Drive Summary The Ford F-150 delivers a strong combination of style, interior comfort, performance, ride and hauling ability. The new engine lineup moves Ford from follower to leader in power and alternatives. With multiple choices in trim, drivetrains and body styles, there's an F-150 for every type of pickup owner. NewCarTestDrive.com correspondent G.R. Whale reported from Dallas, Dearborn and Los Angeles after test-driving many F-150 models. 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Chevrolet : Suburban LTZ 2009 ltz used 5.3 l v 8 16 v automatic 4 x 2 suv onstar

Chevrolet : Suburban LTZ 2009 ltz used 5.3 l v 8 16 v automatic 4 x 2 suv onstar

$26,991

Houston, Texas

Year 2009

Make Chevrolet

Model Suburban

Category Suv

Mileage 113355

Posted Over 1 Month

Listing by Auction123.com copyright Auction123, Inc.Land Rover Jaguar Houston Central - 7025 Old Katy Road Houston, TX 77024 - (855) 593-4953CARFAXCARFAX Vehicle History ReportDon’t buy a used car without CARFAX!No highlights are available. Disclaimer: Not all accidents or other issues are reported to CARFAX. The number of owners is estimated. See the full CARFAX Report for additional information and glossary of terms.Secure Online Credit Application Form Applying for a vehicle loan online is one of the quickest and easiest application methods. Our secure online application form is easy to complete, all you need are a few personal and employment details. Click here to get started. Contact Land Rover Houston is the original Houston Land Rover Dealership. We are also one of the largest new and pre-owned Land Rover Dealers in the southwest. We have been providing and servicing Land Rovers since 1987. Your satisfaction is our primary concern. With a knowledgeable sales team, large inventory and True Price, Land Rover Houston is the first and last place you will need to shop. We are dedicated to exceeding the expectations of each individual that shops at Jaguar Land Rover Houston. Please Contact Patrick Cummins at 855-593-4953 with any questions you might have or to schedule a test drive. Land Rover Jaguar Houston Central 7025 Old Katy Road Houston, Texas 77024Ask for:Patrick CumminsMain:(855) 593-4953Email: Email Seller2009 Chevrolet Suburban 1500 4x2 LTZPriced to Sell Fast!!! Click here for an XL view of the above Image PrevNext 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 About This is a nice 113,355 mile 2009 Chevrolet Suburban LTZ 2 wheel drive with Black exterior and Black leather interior. This Suburban has an automatic transmission, navigation, back up camera, cooled front seats, heated front seats, sunroof, rear seat climate controls, dual climate zone for driver and passenger, steering wheel mounted controls, floor mounted center console with storage, auto dimming mirror with compass, tow package, power windows, power locks with keyless entry, power seats with driver memory, power mirrors and an AM/FM/CD audio system. CARFAX certifies this Tahoe to be a 1 owner with no accidents reported. PRICED TO SELL!!!!! Please call or email with any questions you might have, or to schedule a test drive. Thanks for looking!!! Internet Sales 855-593-4953 IF YOU STOP IN, OR CALL, YOU MUST ASK FOR PATRICK CUMMINS TO RECIEVE THE EBAY SPECIAL. Land Rover Jaguar Houston Central is a full service dealership and can assist with shipping. We also offer several different financing options with approved credit. Out of state buyers are responsible for all tax, title and license fees in your state . Land Rover Jaguar Houston will collect tax, title and license for all Texas residents. Winning bidders need to contact us within 24 hours of auction end with a deposit. Please contact Patrick Cummins at 855-593-4953 . You can also email me at patrick.cummins@landroverhouston.net with any questions. Pick up from Houston IAH or Hobby airport can be arranged. Thanks For looking!! We do our best to ensure that all information is correct in our listings. In the rare case that this listing should contain an error, we do reserve the right to make corrections at any time. It is the buyers responsibility to verify options and equipment. Do not assume the vehicle has options or equipmet listed or not listed. if you have questions about the listing please call 1-855-593-4953 DescriptionBasic InformationVIN Number: 1GNFC36069R260686Stock Number: T9R260686Model Year: 2009Make: ChevroletModel: Suburban 1500Style Name: 4X2 LTZVehicle Trim: LTZBody Type: SUVVehicle Type: SUVExterior Color: BlackInterior Color: BlackSuspensionIndependent Suspension: FrontLeveling Suspension: RearStabilizer Bar: Front And RearIn Car EntertainmentAudio System: AM/FM/SatelliteRear Audio: Multi-SourceSpeakers: 10Antenna Type: Window GridComfortAir Conditioning: AutomaticTrunk Lights: Cargo Area LightCenter Console Trim: Simulated WoodDash Trim: Simulated WoodDoor Trim: Simulated WoodMats: Carpet Front And RearReading Lights: Front And RearShift Knob: Plastic/RubberSteering Wheel Trim: LeatherVanity Mirrors: Dual Illuminated Vanity MirrorsTowing and HaulingTie Downs: Cargo Tie DownsTrailer HitchEngineEngine Description: V-8 CylFuel Type: Flexible FuelFuel Induction: Sequential MPIValves Per Cylinder: 2Aspiration: NormalCompression Ratio: 9.90 : 1MPG Automatic City: 14MPG Automatic Highway: 20InstrumentationClockCompassExternal TempLow Fuel LevelTachometerTrip ComputerSeatsDrivers: Multi-Level HeatingDrivers Height: PowerDrivers Lumbar: Power 4-WayDrivers Power: 8Drivers Ventilated: VentilatedPassenger: Multi-Level HeatingPassenger Height: PowerPassenger Lumbar: Power 4-WayPassenger Power: 8Seating Capacity: 7Front Seat Type: BucketUpholstery: LeatherFolding: Tumble ForwardHeatedThirdrow Seat Type: 50-50FeaturesEngine Hour MeterRunning BoardsBumpers: Body-ColoredDoor Reinforcement: Side-Impact Door BeamDoorsLiftgate Window: Flip-UpRear Door Type: Power LiftgateSide Door Type: ConventionalDriveTrainTransmission: AutomaticDrive Train Type: 4X2Differential Limited Slip: MechanicalDriven Wheels: Rear-WheelWheels Rims: Polished AluminumWheels Spare Rim Type: SteelRoof and GlassFront Wipers: Variable IntermittentRear DefoggerRear Wiper: Fixed IntervalRoof RackPrivacy Glass: DeepConvenienceCruise ControlWindows: Power WindowsSteering Power: Power SteeringPower Retractable MirrorsSteering Adjustment: Tilt-AdjustableMirrors: Power Remote W/Tilt DownAuto Dimming Mirrors: Electrochromatic, Driver OnlyReverse Tilt Mirror: Dual MirrorsPower Door LocksAdjustable Pedals: PowerCenter Console: Full With Covered StorageCupholders: Front And RearDoor Pockets: Driver And PassengerOverhead Console: MiniPower Outlets: 5Seatback Storage: 2Universal Remote TransmitterMemory FeaturesMemory Features Number of Drivers: 2Satellite Communication: Onstar Directions & ConnectionsSafetyDriver and Passenger AirbagHead Airbags: Curtain 1St, 2Nd And 3Rd RowABS: 4-WheelMirrors: Turn Signal In MirrorsAnti Theft SystemStability ControlSafety LocksHeadlights Auto Delay: Auto Delay OffHeadlights Dusksensor: Dusk SensingDaytime Running LightEngine ImmobilizerTurning Circle: 43Door Reinforcement: Side-Impact Door BeamFront Headrests: Manual AdjustableRear Headrests: 2Third Row Headrests: 2Stability Control: With Anti-Roll ControlNHTSA Passenger Grade: ExcellentNHTSA Driver Grade: ExcellentNHTSA Side Impact Front Grade: ExcellentNHTSA Side Impact Back Grade: ExcellentDimensionsFront Head Room: 41.1 InchesFront Hip Room: 64.4 InchesFront Shoulder Room: 65.3 InchesFront Leg Room: 41.3 InchesRear Head Room: 38.5 InchesRear Hip Room: 61.8 InchesRear Leg Room: 39.5 InchesRear Shoulder Room: 65.2 InchesLuggage Capacity: 46 Cu.Ft.Length: 222.4 InchesWidth: 79.1 InchesHeight: 76.8 InchesWheelbase: 130.0 InchesGround Clearance: 9.1 InchesMax Gross Vehicle Weight: 7,200 Lbs.Curb Weight: 5,607 Lbs.Email SellerEmail to FriendComplete and submit the form below to send a message to our dedicated sales team.* First Name:* Last Name:* Email:* Phone: Ext. Preferred Method:PhoneEmailMessage:Complete and submit the form below to send a link and your message to a friend.First Name:Last Name:* Your email:* Friend's email:We won't use this information for promotional purposes or disclose it to a third party.Message:Vehicle InformationOverviewIntroductionWalkaroundDriving ImpressionInteriorSummaryThe quintessential full-size SUV.The 2009 Chevrolet Suburban retains the same maximum-size virtues that have made it a bestseller for so many years. It remains the first choice for anyone who needs to haul six or more people plus their cargo.The Suburban 1500 is available in LS, LT, and LTZ trims in both 2WD and 4WD. It can seat up to nine passengers in its three rows of seats. All engines on the Suburban 1500 feature GM's Active Fuel Management technology and some engines can run on both E85 ethanol-blended fuel as well as regular unleaded gasoline. The standard engine on the Suburban is a 310-hp 5.3-liter V8. An optional 366-hp 6.0-liter V8 may be substituted on the LT and LTZ trims. All engines are matched with a six-speed automatic transmission. All-disc anti-lock brakes, traction control, side curtain airbags and GM's StabiliTrak electronic stability system with rollover mitigation are standard.The 2009 Chevrolet Suburban carries over from 2008. Source: NewCarTestDrive.ComIntroductionThe Suburban nameplate is the longest-running in Chevrolet history and will soon turn 75. It's aging very well. Sometimes you just need something big, something strong, something with genuine four-wheel drive and you need it all in one truck. A truck that will tow a sizable trailer and carry lots of people or haul a load of cargo over primitive roads is an indispensible tool for those who need it. That's the Suburban's mission. It has gotten more luxurious over the years, sometimes becoming a substitute for a large sedan. For 2009, the Suburban comes with a new six-speed automatic transmission. An integrated trailer brake controller is now available, which is a great feature for towing. Also new is the latest OnStar version 8.0, Bluetooth, wheels, colors, an added third screen for the rear-seat entertainment option, XM NavTraffic, two choices of backup camera systems, side Blind Zone Alert option, more standards on LTZ (such as heated and cooled memory front seats), a Luxury package to bring a 2LT trim-level closer to LTZ spec. The Suburban was completely redesigned for 2007. Suburban can handle 137 cubic feet of cargo, or up to nine passengers and 45 cubic feet or stuff, and myriad combinations in between. Two weight classes are offered, the normal 1500 and the heavy-duty 2500. The Suburban competes with the Ford Expedition EL (8 seats max), the GMC Yukon XL, the Cadillac Escalade ESV (more features and power, no low-range 4WD), Lincoln Navigator L, Toyota Sequoia and Nissan Armada. Source: NewCarTestDrive.ComWalkaroundChevy Suburban was totally restyled for 2007 and apart from items like colors and chrome details remains unchanged. The profile is elegant in its simplicity, no lines drawing the eye up or down, just a smooth clean surface from one end to the other like an aircraft. Big boxes are best carried in big boxes, not sloping hatchbacks. The 'Burb has a square-jawed face that's smooth and rugged at the same time, a twin to the shorter Tahoe. The mesh grille is split by a gold Chevy bowtie, and the daytime running lights use separate lamps and can be switched off for after-dark campground arrivals. The bumper fascia reveals a low license-plate holder sandwiched by openings for tow hooks, with small round fog lamps at the corners like single teardrops falling from the headlamp eyes. The seam between the fascia and fenders is very tight, and a good indication of GM's solid body quality on the current generation of trucks. Rake was added to the windshield for 2007, improving aerodynamics and looks. The hood has two long bulges at its sides, reaching almost from windshield to grille; Chevy calls these twin bulges the power dome; we call them a good way to keep such a large expanse of otherwise-flat steel from fluttering, just as long-cab pickups have grooves on the roof. For aesthetics we would prefer if the roof-mounted antenna were centered but long, flat cargo on the roof might present a problem. The rear liftgate is vertical, and the rear window opens independently, with both the manual and power liftgate, which is aluminum, reducing the weight and thus the effort to raise and lower it. Rear wiper coverage is average at best. The barn-door side-swinging rear doors of the predecessor are no longer offered. Although the lines remain the same, the Suburban's ultimate appeal depends on which trim level and wheel style and size you choose. Some are nearly void of chrome while the Z71 adds machismo with sizable fender flares and side steps so short drivers can get in and tall ones can mess up their pant legs. The standard wheels are five-spoke, 17-inch aluminum. Polished wheels are available. Also available are 20-inch dubs that look good, but we think they are too big for grown-ups. Taller sidewalls yield a better ride and in most consumer-magazine testing those large-diameter wheels don't go, stop or handle any better, they just ride harder so we prefer the 17-inch wheels. The Z71 package comes with 18-inch wheels. Source: NewCarTestDrive.ComDriving ImpressionThe big news for 2009 is the Suburban's adoption of a six-speed automatic transmission for all models. The 2500 models received it for 2008. The six-speed automatic pays benefits in performance, fuel economy, noise, and control, whether towing or not. The advantages of 50 percent more gears can be seen reviewing testing done with earlier Suburbans with the 6-liter engine and 4-speed automatic competing against an Expedition EL with the it's 5.4-liter V8 and six-speed automatic. Despite the Expedition's greater weight and smaller engine it nearly matched the Suburban's empty acceleration but towed faster and got significantly better mileage towing or empty. Since the Suburban had more horsepower, more torque, and a shorter axle ratio (improves acceleration, detracts slightly from highway economy) the six-speed automatic made the difference. With low gears that make it easier to get going, high gears that keep engine speed to a minimum on the highway, and more gears in the middle so you can tow uphill without screaming along in second gear, gains clearly exceed any added cost. The Suburban 1500 engines rate 310 hp at 5200 rpm and 335 lb-ft of torque at 4200 rpm. By comparison the lighter Nissan Armada's 5.6-liter makes 317 hp and 385 lb-ft at lower rpm, Ford's Expedition 5.4-liter does 310 hp at 5000 rpm and 365 lb-ft at 3600 again at lower rpm. All 1500 engines have a fuel shut-off feature that cuts fuel to half the cylinders. This will be most noticed on level ground at moderate, steady speeds. Since the axle ratios are now taller the Suburban should give better performance with no loss in fuel economy, though we haven't had a chance to run a 2009 against the others. An optional 6-liter V8 with variable valve timing on Suburban 1500 makes 366 hp and 376 lb-ft at even higher rpm than the standard 5.3, giving it the advantage over everything except GM's 402-hp Cadillac Escalade and Toyota's quick 381-hp Sequoia. Armada and Expedition have a higher tow rating than Suburban 1500, and the Sequoia has a higher tow rating than the Suburban 2500. On the heavy-duty Suburban an iron-block 6-liter is used, with less horsepower but more torque than the 1500, and the transmission is a stouter six-speed automatic. Like the others it features a tow/haul mode for less shift busyness over rolling terrain and adds a bit of compression braking. The shifter has PRNDML positions and a thumb-operated rocker switch for changing gears manually. However, unlike every other +/- shifter, you first have to move the entire lever to the M position. All Suburbans have four-wheel antilock disc brakes and stability control. Perhaps more than any other mechanical aspect the brakes were the biggest improvement on the 2007 resdesign. Although 2500s have stronger brakes they weigh more and have heavier-duty tires so they don't stop any quicker. Like any vehicle with ABS, press the brake pedal as hard as you can and steer and disregard and buzzing noises or vibration; that means it's working and is your best way to avoid an obstacle or accident. Guiding a Suburban is effortless, the steering nicely weighted and direct by truck standards. At 18.5 feet long and 6.5 wide the Sub isn't ideal for congested areas but it's quite maneuverable for its size; it needs 43 feet of road to make a U-turn (45.5 for 2500), but that's just a yard more than some two-seaters and small sedans. So pretty good, in other words. And because of its boxy shape the corners are reasonably well defined; available rearview cameras and park sensors make it easier to parallel park but it won't drop right in. A new blind spot alert system optional on LTZ models adds a warning if you didn't see the vehicle next to you; like all such systems it focuses on your car and not what might be next to any trailer you're towing. Suburban's 130-inch wheelbase and nearly 3-ton weight contribute to good ride quality, one of the best for any vehicle with a solid rear axle that doesn't employ air suspension (such as the Lexus LX570). The Expedition EL, Armada and Sequoia all have independent rear suspension that enjoys an advantage on rough roads and spirited driving. Some believe you must have a solid axle for towing and they are a bit easier to maintain, but extreme-duty vehicles like the Humvee and Mercedes Unimog successfully used independent rear suspension. In any case, the Burb has the traditional setup for towing. Autoride suspension is available on some models. It monitors the road surface and driver inputs and adjusts damping as needed, optimizing the blend of ride comfort and handling grip, and also limits body roll in heavy cornering. The self-leveling rear suspension aspect of Autoride might help while towing but it is no substitute for a proper weight-distributing hitch. The 2500 Suburban has different feel than the 1500 but drives through the same controls. Since it is designed for heavier use, carries about 500 pounds more and tows about 1500 pounds more the bits underneath are more truck-like. It has a much stronger rear axle with a shorter ratio, Chevrolet wisely thinking 2500 owners will prioritize towing performance over empty highway fuel economy. The front suspension uses torsion bars and the rear leaf springs rather than the 1500's coil springs. All these parts add weight so the 2500 rides a little bit firmer and isn't as quick to turn as the 1500 but it is still a very competent chassis and at full load feels like it rides and handles at least as well as a loaded 1500. Were we regularly towing 6000 pounds, or 5000 with the family and gear onboard, we'd opt for the 2500 and its stouter running gear, expecting to give up no more than 1 mpg to a 6-liter 1500. Think of a Suburban 2500 as a three-quart-ton pickup with an enclosed bed and no window or seam in between. And the leaf spring rear-end on the 2500 allows a significant increase in fuel capacity, from 31.5 gallons on the 1500 to 39 on the 2500, meaning the 2500 will travel further between fill-ups weaving your trailer through gas stations. By default all Suburbans are set up for towing, but for larger trailers, say anything more than a twin-axle bass boat, consider opting for the trailer towing package (more engine oil and transmission fluid cooling), larger outside mirrors, and the integrated trailer brake controller carried over from pickups. Note that the controller may not work with electro-hydraulic trailer brakes as on some higher-end RVs; so consult your dealer. But a Suburban with this package is a fine tow vehicle, indeed. We've done major cross country tows over frozen highways and the Suburban performs admirably in this type of duty. Source: NewCarTestDrive.ComInteriorThe Chevy Suburban can seat six to nine passengers, and even with all seats filled still has more than 40 cubic feet of cargo area. Among three-row SUVs only the Ford Expedition EL and Lincoln Navigator L, which seat eight maximum, have such cargo space. Cargo space is plentiful, with 137.4 cubic feet of storage behind the front seats (second row folded, third row removed); if you aren't interested in cargo space you don't need a Suburban. With all the seats in place, set up for passengers, 45.8 cubic feet of cargo space is available, with 90 behind the second row, third row removed. You'll need to lift stuff about two-and-a-half feet off the ground to load the cargo area, and rear side doors without wheel cutouts make entry and loading much easier. Given the lift-over height at the rear bumper, it's not easy to climb up in through the back to reach things, especially since there are no grab handles; nor are there standard hooks or nets in the back. But there is a nice compartment over the left wheel well, for tools, flashlights, snow chains or the like. Smart storage space abounds. The huge console has deep storage and a tray on top. The glovebox is 25 percent larger than on pre-2007 models. There are two cup holders in a removable tray forward of the console, and one in each wide door pocket. There's a slot in the dash just left of the turn signal, perfect for coins or tickets. Suburban offers a choice of two or three seats in the first two rows. With a middle-row bench seat the right third of the seat folds independently of the left, easing curb-side entry to the third row or allowing skis or boards on the right with two passengers on the left. With bucket seats in the second row you can climb back from either side, and those middle buckets can be released at the touch of a button or heated if you option right. Only full-size utilities and crossovers, minivans, and Ford's Flex offer the kind of room you find in these first two rows. In the third row things get interesting. The seat has three belts but just two headrests, and it splits 50/50 right down the middle where a center passenger would go. If you want to slide a long item inside the third-row gets cut to one person; an offset split would allow long items and four passengers in back. These third-row seats do not fold flat with the floor, so if you want a long flat load deck to camp, carry building materials or hound crates, you have to haul the third-row seats out and leave them home. Third-seat room is good compared to most three-row SUV and crossover vehicles which aren't as long, as wide or both. In full-size utes the Toyota Sequoia third row measures a fraction of an inch superior in head and legroom and an inch larger in shoulder room, but it's almost 15 inches shorter outside so cargo space behind all the occupants is half the Sub's at 20 cubic feet. However, Ford's Expedition EL, which has independent rear suspension like the Sequoia, is an inch shorter than a Suburban but offers 42.6 cubic feet of space behind the third row, one-eighth-inch less headroom, and almost three inches more leg and shoulder room, and the floor shape is more comfortable. If we're being relegated to back of the bus we prefer the Expedition EL. Cabin materials and style show the greatest gains from earlier Suburbans with pleasant feel and appearance more car-like than utility appliance; with woodgrain trim and leather in the upper models the only reason to upgrade to an Escalade ESV would be more power but you'd lose 4WD trail ability in the process. Analog instruments are more responsive than in any other (non-GM) big SUV, clearly labeled and nicely lit, as easily read at night as in daylight; gauges include a voltmeter, oil pressure and transmission fluid temperature. Steering wheel buttons handle audio and cruise chores, plus the message display panel on most models and the interface is fairly intuitive. Upper trims have adjustable pedals and the steering wheel tilts but it is offset and angled slightly to the right of the driver seat centerline. The navigation system and audio system is easy to operate. It includes a touch-screen monitor. We set the programs we liked, and could switch from an XM to AM to FM to digital file with one finger push. OnStar has been further refined for 2009, XM real-time traffic data is available, and if you choose a rear camera without navigation the image is displayed in the inside mirror. The driving position offers a good view over the low dash, perhaps the best visibility in truck-dom. Seats are designed for American comfort rather than European firmness, and can be ordered with heat and cooling on some models. Source: NewCarTestDrive.ComSummaryThe Suburban has always been a capable super-ute and big on practicality for peccary excursions or weekend wipeouts. With the addition of a six-speed automatic for 2009 it is now fully competitive in the powertrain department and altogether more user-friendly. Suburbans are designed with towing in mind and offer room to bring the big family and all the things that go with them. G.R. Whale reported to NewCarTestDrive.com from Southern California. Source: NewCarTestDrive.ComVideosDirectionsTerms Land Rover Jaguar Houston Central 7025 Old Katy Road Houston, Texas 77024 Click for Driving Directions Ask For:Patrick CumminsMain:(855) 593-4953 Email: Email Seller Placing a Bid: Your bid constitutes a legally binding contract to purchase this vehicle. 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