The 2007 Ford F-150 has a 4.5 out of five consumer rating on Edmunds, as of 2015. This rating is generated from 106 reviews from owners of Regular Cab, SuperCab and SuperCrew sub-models of 2007 F-150s. Edmunds applauds the 2007 F-150 for a smooth, quiet highway ride and responsive handling.
Edmunds also highlights the F-150's attractive and functional interior, along with multiple bed and cab designs. Regular Cab models provide a reverse-opening door for easy access to storage space behind the seats. SuperCab models provide ample space for backseat passengers, while SuperCrew models accommodate five or six passengers comfortably.
Negatives are the vehicle's sluggish performance and poor acceleration, along with a lack of safety features. The 2007 Ford F-150 is available with a 4.2-liter V6 engine, 4.6-liter V8 or 5.4-liter V8. All engine configurations are described as lackluster and sluggish by Edmunds. In addition to lacking engine power, the F-150's use of four-speed automatic transmission diminishes acceleration and gas mileage. This is in comparison to other manufacturers using five-speed automatic transmissions in similar-size pickups. The 2007 F-150 is available in a five-speed manual transmission option, which improves acceleration and fuel economy.
The 2007 Ford F-150 has a five-star NHTSA crash test rating for both driver-side and passenger-side impact. The F-150 has a four out of five star rating for rollover. Edmunds notes the vehicle's marginal safety restrains and lack of side airbags.