I cannot complain about the F150 power or transmission. It is the 3.5 twin turbo ecoboost. Plenty of power. I bought it originally in anticipation of towing a travel trailer. Those days will end soon and I am ready for something less massive to drive. I will get by the dealer soon for a test drive. I always put those trips off. I hate dealing with car salesman. My buying process is slow and deliberate. My experience is once they get me in for a test drive they put the pressure on to buy.
Thanks for the info on the GPS. The reason I ask about Android Auto is I thought I read that Honda only recently added Android Auto support. I wanted to know when that was in the event I ended up purchasing used.
How would you compare Honda factory vs Android Auto vs Apple CarPlay navigation systems?
Here is the trick to this. Once you enter the stealer whomever you get, just tell them you aren't buying today and no matter what they do you aren't buying today. You want to test drive only, think about it, and come back if you think it's the right fit. All they will want to do is give you a card after the test drive. There will be no pressure if you handle it correctly. I test drive anything I'm interested in on the market and rarely buy and it's never an issue.