Wow! I thought it would be much higher with the eco boost.
It all depends... I have the largest (heaviest) version of the F150, being a crew cab 6.5' bed 4x4. I also live where the speed limits are all 70-80mph. I also have slightly oversize tires.
Guys on other groups with supercab 2wds, flat roads, and 55mph speed limits see substantially higher mpg than I do
Also worth pointing out 15-16 is average for me, but I've seen as high as 21 out of it in ideal conditions
Coming up on 4 years of ownership here shortly. Still very happy with it. Rolled 68,000 miles last weekend.
Wow...I put more than 68k on in 4 years (if you add all the vehicles together)...and I live where things are close together.
Bet if I lived in your part of the world, 4 years would be close to 100k...and that'd be on top of whatever it had when you bought it.
Great to hear! I just bought new OEM headlights from the Ford dealer to replace the foggy ones on my 2002! I tried to revive them using Meguairs Plastix, but wasn’t happy.Well time sure flies... another year, another 13k miles and I'm still not sure where they're coming from compared to years past. Did run into some issues this year, it's had the timing chain rattle at startup intermittently for quite a while and finally this summer started stumbling off idle and under moderate load. Throwing codes for cam/crank correlation. So I bit the $3,800 bullet and had the timing chains and cam phasers done... knew when I bought it that it's a weak point in the EcoBoost engines so I wasn't surprised. After that it's continued to be trouble free
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