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Thread: F-150 gas mileage

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    Boolit Master
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    Smile F-150 gas mileage

    I can't believe my 2019 F-150 gets the gas mileage it does. The truck loves this warmer, if not drier, weather. In the last week I averaged 30.5 MPG over 150 miles of driving. Admittedly the miles are easy with no urban driving, no speeds much over 55 due to slick wet pavement, and in 2wd mode. Even all winter it was quite consistent at about 25 mpg including some combat driving in Seattle.

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    that's great, I can't get more than 13mpg out of my 02 f150, and that is with new coils and plugs

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    That's pretty amazing! I've owned around 15 F150's and the current 2021 gets 19.2mpg (static 1900# load in back), best one was a 2015 that got 24.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilbilly View Post
    I can't believe my 2019 F-150 gets the gas mileage it does. The truck loves this warmer, if not drier, weather. In the last week I averaged 30.5 MPG over 150 miles of driving. Admittedly the miles are easy with no urban driving, no speeds much over 55 due to slick wet pavement, and in 2wd mode. Even all winter it was quite consistent at about 25 mpg including some combat driving in Seattle.
    Do you have the V6 Ecoboost?

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    My 2012 F150 with eco-boost 6 cyl gets 18-20 on highway driving at or just below the speed limit. But you hook up a horse trailer or hay trailer and that good mileage, gets cut in 1/2. Not a 4WD.
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    My '93 Chevy 4WD gets 16 or 17 MPG. Boy I wish I had a new F-150. My buddy does and he gets great milage.

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    30.5 is amazing mileage for a truck.

    My '09 V6 Tacoma does between 16 and 20 on the highway, depending on the wind, and 10-12 pulling a 5000lb trailer. I've only ever driven it at >4500ft elevation, though...Dunno how it would do closer to sea level. Probably similar mileage but a bit more power, I suspect.

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    I have two F150's. The 2015 V8 gets about 18-21 MPG, the 2016 V6 gets about 1-2 MPG more.

    If I keep the V6 at 55 mph it will get 24 MPG.

    I had a Mercedes E Class with the engine that would run 4, 6 or 8 cylinders and it was amazing. 28 MPG on the highway. Best car I have ever owned. Hit two deer (doe and fawn) and totaled it at 275k miles.
    Don Verna


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    Just traded a 2016 F150 2.7 EcoBoost for 2022 F150 2.7 EcoBoost. Happy with old pickup but picked up 2 mpg on my average. Getting 20 regular and got 18 pulling my A-frame camper (3000 lbs plus ) last weekend Roads are pretty flat up here but that pesky wind GW

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    Fantastic!!!

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    My '15 F150 V6 (not Ecoboost) supercrew is showing to average 23.3 mpg over 71000 miles (trip 2 odometer never reset), pulling trailers,carrying a load, normal driving combined. If I drive conservatively on cool nights I can get 25+ on trip 1 odometer. I likes my truck.

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    19 5.0 we just took on vacation does dang near 20 running 70-80mph

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    04 F150 4wd with the 5.4 Triton. Gets 17-18mpg hwy
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    Heck I thought I was doing good with 15.5 MPGs in my ram 5.7 ; )
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    My 2008 F250 6.4 averaged 16 something for the first 60k or so. That was hand calculated from the very first fill up. Fuel was over $5 a gallon when I got the truck, and we know what it is now. Most of my miles are in a 15 Honda Accord Sport manual showing a computer displayed 36.2 MPG over the last 9k plus miles being babied. Running 80 on the interstate nets around 31 or so.

    I miss driving the truck, but it is there when needed.
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    My 05 5.4 Triton has gotten 16 to 19 in summer, usually 15 to 16 in winter.

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    2003 triton 5.4 average 17 unless my grandson in law is driving he has a heavy foot size 15 then the milage is down.
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    16 MPG for my '13 Tundra. Being retired and the Covid shutdown for 2 years has limited miles to approx 45K. My experience with Toyota indicates that it is not yet broken in. Hoping for a couple more MPG. I doubt I'll ever need another truck.
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    Boy, I can only wish for that kind of miles per gallon out of my old '91 F150. I'm lucky if I get 12mpg with a good tailwind

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    Our 2018 Silverado consistently gets 20-22mpg at 70 mph if I let the cruise and fuel management run things. Towing the boat or trailer will cut that in half like a knife. First truck I ever bought was a new Ford F-150 (1975) and on some days I had to fill it up daily…..which was an entire $12 at the time. The new trucks are awesome no matter who makes them….and that Ford cost me $4250 out the door….our Silverado was almost $60K……
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