F-150 Lineup Features Highest EPA-Estimated Fuel Economy Ratings

2015 Ford F150 Aluminum on road 2015-ford-f-150_100452344_lThe team at Randall Reed’s Planet Ford on Hwy. 59 in Humble, Texas is stoked about the all-new 2015 F-150 lineup which features the toughest, smartest and most capable F-150s ever. The most popular truck in America now includes the highest EPA-estimated fuel economy ratings of any full-size gasoline pickup on the market.

That’s right! When it’s equipped with available 2.7-liter EcoBoost® engine, the F-150 4×2 has an EPA-estimated 19 mpg City, 26 mpg Highway and 22 mpg combined fuel economy ratings. We don’t know about you, but we are pretty impressed.2015 Ford F150 Aluminum Image why smartest f150 ever exterior-r01-1

The truck’s improved performance is all possible thanks to Ford saving weight through the use of high-strength steel and high-strength, military-grade, aluminum alloys plus smart engineering. The weight savings not only improve fuel efficiency, they improve the new F-150’s capability and performance. Combined with EcoBoost engine technology, the F-150 now tows as much as 1,100 more pounds and hauls as much as 530 pounds more than today’s model with a 5 percent to 16 percent better power-to-weight ratio.

Ford is now producing trucks & has started shipping the all-new F-150 to dealers.

2.7L EcoBoost Engine

2.7L EcoBoost Engine

Take a look at this chart below that compares the 2015 2.7-liter EcoBoost 4×2 F-150 to the 2008 4.6-liter V8 4×2 F-150, and to its current major competitors:

Engine EPA-Estimated Fuel Economy
City/Hwy/Combined
Horsepower Torque Max
Towing
Max
Payload
2015 Ford F-150
2.7-liter EcoBoost 4×2
19/26/22 1 325 375 8,500 2,250
2008 Ford F-150 4.6-liter V8 4×2 14/19/16 248 294 7,200 1,970
Improvement from 2008 F-150 to 2015 F-150 +5/+7/+6 +77 +81 +1,300 +280
2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 5.3-liter V8 4×2 16/23/19 355 383 11,200 2,260
2015 Toyota Tundra 4.6-liter V8 4×2 15/19/16 310 327 6,800 1,605
2015 Ram 1500 5.7-liter Hemi V8 15/22/17 395 410 10,650 1,820
3.5L Ecoboost f150 engine

3.5L Ecoboost f150 engine

The all-new standard 3.5-liter Ti-VCT V6 offers performance customers expect from a full-size pickup truck, while offering unsurpassed EPA-estimated ratings of 18 mpg City, 25 mpg Highway and 20 mpg Combined for 4×2 models. The 3.5-liter Ti-VCT V6 can tow an unsurpassed 7,600 pounds among light-duty trucks with standard V6 engines.

The chart below provides details compared with the 2008 4.2-liter V6 4×2 F-150 and current major competitors:

Engine EPA-Estimated Fuel Economy
City/Hwy/Combined
Horsepower Torque Max
Towing
Max
Payload
2015 Ford F-150
3.5-liter V6 Ti-VCT 4×2
18/25/20 2 282 253 7,600 3 1,910
2008 Ford F-150 4.2-liter V6 4×2 14/19/16 202 260 5,700 1,910
Improvement from 2008 F-150 to 2015 F-150 +4/+6/+4 +80 -7 +1,900 0
2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 4.3-liter V6 4×2 18/24/20 285 305 7,600 1,980
2015 Ram 1500 3.6-liter V6 4×2 17/25/20 305 269 7,600 1,900
5.0L f150 engine

5.0L f150 engine

The 5.0-liter Ti-VCT V8 provides customers with robust capability for frequent towing and hauling with a best-in-class maximum payload of 3,300 pounds and maximum tow rating of 11,100 pounds, which is an improvement of up to 3,900 pounds over the 2008 4.6-liter V8 F-150. In the 4×2 configuration, the 5.0-liter has EPA-estimated fuel economy ratings of 15 mpg City, 22 mpg Highway and 18 mpg Combined. The chart below provides details compared with the 2008 4.6-liter V8 4×2 F-150 and current major competitors:

Engine EPA-Estimated Fuel Economy
City/Hwy/Combined
Horsepower Torque Max
Towing
Max
Payload
2015 Ford F-150
5.0-liter V8 Ti-VCT 4×2
15/22/18 385 387 11,100 3,300 4
2008 Ford F-150 4.6-liter V8 4×2 14/19/16 248 294 7,200 1,970
Improvement from 2008 F-150 to 2015 F-150 +1/+3/+2 +137 +93 +3,900 +1,330
2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 5.3-liter V8 4×2 16/23/19 355 383 11,200 2,260
2015 Toyota Tundra 4.6-liter V8 4×2 15/19/16 310 327 6,800 1,605
2015 Ram 1500 5.7-liter Hemi V8 15/22/17 395 410 10,650 1,820

F-150 3.5-Liter EcoBoostThe available 3.5-liter V6 EcoBoost engine provides customers a strong combination of gas fuel economy and capability, with best-in-class 12,200 pounds of maximum towing and EPA-estimated ratings of 17 mpg City, 24 mpg Highway and 20 mpg Combined for 4×2 models. The chart below provides details compared with the 2008 5.4-liter 4×2 F-150 and current major competitors:

Engine EPA-Estimated Fuel Economy
City/Hwy/Combined
Horsepower Torque Max
Towing
Max
Payload
2015 Ford F-150
3.5-liter EcoBoost 4×2
17/24/20 365 420 12,200 5 3,270
2008 Ford F-150 5.4-liter 4×2 13/17/14 300 365 10,500 3,020
Improvement from 2008 F-150 to 2015 F-150 +4/+7/+6 +65 +55 +1,700 +250
2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 6.2-liter V8 4×2 15/21/17 420 460 12,000 2,130
2015 Toyota Tundra 5.7-liter V8 4×2 13/18/15 381 401 10,500 2,080
2015 Ram 3-liter EcoDiesel V6 4×2 20/28/23 240 420 9,200 1,610

Better Value, Too

Equipped with 2.7-liter EcoBoost, the all-new F-150 is a better value than even diesel-powered pickups. For instance, the $495 option on the Ford is significantly less than the $4,470 3.0-liter Ram EcoDiesel option.

In addition, with diesel prices currently 76 cents per gallon more6 at the pump, each 3.0-liter Ram EcoDiesel fill-up costs over $24 more than the new 2.7-liter F-1507. That means at today’s fuel prices Ram EcoDiesel owners are not able to offset the additional cost of their EcoDiesel engines with fuel savings8.

“Once again, the Ford F-150 establishes new standards in durability, capability and efficiency, defining the future of tough,” said Nair.

New F-150 Lineup EPA-Estimated Fuel Economy Ratings

EPA Fuel Economy
City/Hwy/Combined
Horsepower Torque Max
Towing
Max
Payload
2015 Ford F-150
3.5L V6 Ti-VCT 4×2
18/25/20 1 282 253 7,600 5 1,910
2015 Ford F-150
3.5L V6 Ti-VCT 4×4
17/23/19 282 253 7,500 1,690
2015 Ford F-150
2.7L EcoBoost 4×2
19/26/22 2 325 375 8,500 2,250
2015 Ford F-150
2.7L EcoBoost 4×4
18/23/20 325 375 8,400 2,160
2015 Ford F-150
5.0L V8 Ti-VCT 4×2
15/22/18 385 387 11,100 3,300 3
2015 Ford F-150
5.0L V8 Ti-VCT 4×4
15/21/17 385 387 11,000 3,060
2015 Ford F-150
3.5L EcoBoost 4×2
17/24/20 365 420 12,200 4 3,270
2015 Ford F-150
3.5L EcoBoost 4×4
17/23/19 365 420 12,000 3,050

 

1 Highest EPA-estimated fuel economy ratings of any gasoline-powered full-size pickup truck in America
2 Unsurpassed EPA-estimated City and Highway ratings for light-duty 4×2 V6 pickup trucks
3 Unsurpassed standard V6 engine maximum towing rating
4 Best-in-class light-duty pickup truck maximum payload rating
5 Best-in-class light-duty pickup truck maximum towing rating
6 AAA Fuel Gauge Report fuel economy figures as of Nov. 21, 2014 – $2.84 regular gasoline, $3.60 diesel price
7 32 gallon fuel tank
AAA fuel economy figures
8 Based on EPA estimated combined fuel economy ratings of 2.7 liter EcoBoost 4×2 (22 mpg) vs. Ram EcoDiesel (23 mpg)
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