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Re: OT: Ford F150 Ecoboost

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01-25-2013 09:55:21

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Bought one last year. 4x4 Crew Cab with 5.5 foot truck so far that I have owned.

I do get 22 mpg when empty and not bucking a wind. I average 18.5 with the box loaded, and pulling a 8" trailor loaded with wood. It doesn"t feel as if I am pulling anything.

I work with a guy that has F150 with the Triton engine. His wife has F150 Ecoboost....he says the Ecoboost will drive circles around his truck.

I work with another guy whose son is an engineer at Ford who helped design the engine...of course, he says it is the best engine Ford ever built....:>)

So far, I have had no issues with it and would buy another one if I could afford it. My wife won"t let me drive it because she likes it so much..:>)


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01-25-2013 17:12:06

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 Re: OT: Ford F150 Ecoboost in reply to 8N'r--WI, 01-25-2013 09:55:21  
Hey 8N'r--WI, I don't think an 8 inch trailer would make much difference either, even loaded with wood. Sorry, couldn't resist. My friend has ones of these trucks and he is pretty pleased with his truck, it ain't no work truck, but a good go to town ride. I don't think the mileage is that great though, my boy has a '97 chevy half ton 4WD with a 350 V8, I checked the mileage the other day and he got 14 MPG in that dog, thats with 140,000 miles on it. The Ford engine that is giving fits right now is the Ford designed and built late model diesels, I think either 6.0 or 6.4 liter, stay far away from those.

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