Ford F-150 MPG

Ford F-150 MPG

Many drivers from the Lewistown, State College, and Bellefonte areas consider fuel-efficiency a top priority when buying a car. A fuel-efficient car not only helps the environment, but you also save money by not refilling your car with gas as often. The Ford F-150 gives you outstanding fuel-efficiency for a pickup truck, according to EPA estimates. Learn more about the Ford F-150 MPG in our analysis below.  Then contact us to schedule a test drive!

Ford F-150 MPG and Types of Engines

2019 Ford F-150The main factor that determines fuel efficiency is the engine. The Ford F-150 has six engine options. You’ll notice the F-150 has seven trims that can handle these engines. Whether the truck has rear-wheel drive (4X2) or four-wheel drive (4X4) also affects fuel-efficiency.

The base trims, the XL and the XLT, come standard with a 3.3-liter TI-VCT V6 engine. The fuel efficiency with a 4X2 is an EPA-estimated 19 MPG for the city and 25 MPG for the highway. With the 4X4, you’ll get an EPA-estimated 18 MPG for the city and 23 MPG for highways.

The 5.0-liter TI-VCT V8 engine can be found in the XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, and Platinum trims. With a 4X2, you’ll get an EPA-estimated 17 MPG for the city and 23 MPG for the highway. With a 4X4, the numbers drop slightly to an EPA-estimated 16 MPG for the city and 22 MPG for the highway.

2019 Ford F-150 SpecsThe XL, XLT, and Lariat trims carry a 2.7-liter EcoBoost® engine. The rear-wheel drive system gives you an EPA-estimated 20 MPG for the city and 26 MPG for the highway. With the all-wheel drive, it’s an EPA-estimated 19 MPG for the city and 24 MPG for the highway.

The 3.5-liter EcoBoost® engine gives you an EPA-estimated 18 MPG for the city and 25 MPG for highways with the 4X2 system. With the 4X4, you’ll get an EPA-estimated 17 MPG for the city and 23 MPG for highways. The XL, XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, and Platinum trims carry that engine.

The high-end Limited trim and off-road Raptor trims use the 3.5-liter High Output EcoBoost® engine. With the 4X2 version, you get an EPA-estimated 17 MPG for the city and 22 MPG for highways. For the 4X4, it’s an EPA-estimated 17 MPG for the city and 21 MPG for highways.

The 3.0-liter Power Stroke® V6 Turbo Diesel engine gives you the best fuel-efficiency, with an EPA-estimated 22 MPG for the city and 30 MPG for highways with the 4X2. With the all-wheel drive, you’ll get an EPA-estimated 20 MPG for the city and 25 MPG for highways. The fleet versions of the XL and XLT, the Lariat, King Ranch, and Platinum trims all use this engine.

Towing Capacity

2019 Ford F-150 TowingMany drivers use the F-150 for towing purposes. When properly equipped, you can tow a maximum of 7,700 pounds with the TI-VCT V6 engine. With the V8 engine, you can tow up to 11,500 pounds. The EcoBoost® engines’ maximum towing capacity ranges from 9,000-13,200 pounds. The turbo diesel engine tows up to 11,300 pounds.

See the Ford F-150 at The Lake Dealerships

If you live in Lewistown, State College, or Bellefonte, visit us at The Lake Dealerships today. Our team will gladly answer any questions you may have about the Ford F-150 MPG. Explore the F-150 at our dealership today.

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