Ford says it has received official EPA fuel economy numbers for the new 2018 Ford F-150 3.0-liter Power Stroke diesel, and the figures are good if you get the 4x2. But if you want power to all four wheels and you’re not a fleet customer, the numbers are much, much lower.
If you want to know why truck enthusiasts love diesels, look no further than the newly-released specs for the 2018 Ford F-150 Power Stroke diesel: 440 lb-ft of torque, an 11,400 pound towing capacity, a 2,020 pound payload rating, and an estimated 30 MPG on the highway. Those are fantastic numbers.
The 2018 Ford F-150 is a facelifted version of last year’s truck, except under the aluminum sheetmetal, there’s more horsepower, more torque, and more gears. That all sounds good, but how does it actually feel? Here’s what I thought after driving much of the new F-150 range near Ann Arbor, Michigan.
If you like your bombshells small and gentle, then boy are you in luck, because Ford has just announced some changes to the 2018 F-150 that are so understated and mild, they’ll blow your goddamn mind, in a subtle way. These improvements come to fuel economy across most of the available engine lineup, and a decent…
The refreshed 2018 Ford F-150 will offer a new engine, more horsepower and torque from existing engines, and more gears in its transmissions. Here a breakdown with the numbers.
Ford just revealed the upcoming 2018 F-150 and among the powertrain upgrades, the F-150 will get a diesel option. The automaker didn’t release any specs on the new oil-burning powerplant, but some clues can be found under the hood of Range Rovers.
The Ford F-150 is getting a facelift for 2018 with a new front bumper, headlight and grille design. But the goods behind it are a lot more interesting: the base 3.5-liter V6 is being replaced with a 3.3, the 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 and 5.0-liter V8 are upgraded—and there’s a brand new 3.0-liter Power Stroke diesel in…