Research Ford F-150 diesel ratings a Power Stroke of genius

17:37  24 april  2018
17:37  24 april  2018 Source:   autofile.ca

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2018 Ford F - 150 Power Stroke /Image by David Goodspeed. Ford engineers did not have to go far to find a motor to power this model. They had developed a V-6 turbo diesel engine a little over a decade ago when they owned the Jaguar/Land Rover group.

Roadshow Editors' Rating . 8.3 Overall. Performance 8.5. Ford upgraded the F - 150 's cooling system for diesel duty, fitting a mechanical fan in place of the standard trick's electrical unit. Post a comment. Close. Discuss: 2018 Ford F - 150 review: Power Stroke of genius .

2018 Ford F-150 Power Stroke© Provided by Autofile 2018 Ford F-150 Power Stroke Fuel efficiency ratings for Ford’s new turbocharged 3.0-litre Power Stroke V-6 diesel engine are topping the charts in the full-size pickup category. EPA testing has resulted in estimated efficiency ratings of 10.8 litres/100 km in city driving, 8.0 L/100 km on the highway and 9.5 L/100 km combined – the highest ratings in the full-size (under-8,500 pounds) pickup category.

“Even a few years ago, customers wouldn’t have imagined an EPA-estimated rating of 30 mpg (8.0 L/100 km) highway would be possible in a full-size pickup but our team of crazy-smart engineers rose to the challenge,” said Hau Thai-Tang, Ford executive vice president of product development and purchasing.

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The Ford also boasts a tow rating of 11,400 pounds and 2,000 pounds of payload capability. However best-in-class these numbers may be, they represent a comparison of mostly non- diesel 2018 models. The 2018 Ford F - 150 Power Stroke will arrive in dealers in May.

This spring Ford will introduce a new flagship engine to its perennial best-selling and recent Motor Trend Truck-of-the-Year-winning F - 150 pickup line—a 3.0-liter 250-hp, 440-lb-ft Power Stroke turbodiesel V-6 capable of hauling 2,020 pounds or towing 11,400.

The 2018 Ford F-150 equipped with the diesel engine can also lay claim to best-in-class horsepower with 250 ponies under its hood, as well as greater torque – 440 lb.-ft. – than the 2019 Ram 1500 Hemi V-8. That peak torque comes in at just 1,750 revs and continues through the engine’s rpm range, making it ideal for towing or hauling heavy payloads. The new engine, which is coupled to an electronically-controlled 10-speed automatic transmission, is capable of towing up to 5,171 kg (tops in its class) and has a category-leading payload capacity of up to 916 kg.

The F-150 Power Stroke diesel shares the same robust engine construction of aluminum and compacted graphite iron as its bigger sibling, the 6.7-litre Power Stroke V-8 in the F-Series Super Duty, and its forged-steel crankshaft (borrowed from Ford’s 2.7-litre EcoBoost V-6), ensures added strength and durability with reduced weight.

First Drive: 2018 Ford F-150 Power Stroke

  First Drive: 2018 Ford F-150 Power Stroke The promised diesel arrives, just when we least expected itBROOMFIELD, Colorado — Ford has been talking about a diesel-powered F-150 for years, but we never thought we'd live to see it, especially not after Dieselgate. And yet here we are, reviewing the first-ever F-150 with a compression-ignition engine. If the devil is on your Christmas list, you might want to send him an ice scraper and a warm coat.

Ford F - 150 diesel is finally here: 2018 Power Stroke V6 delivers 440 lb-ft of torque. New Ford F - 150 3.0-liter diesel also gets a healthy 11,400-pound tow rating . Ford added a diesel engine choice to its 2018 F - 150 lineup a week before the Detroit auto show.

Ford ’s new F - 150 Power Stroke diesel posts top fuel efficiency ratings . Fuel efficiency ratings for Ford ’s new turbocharged 3.0-litre Power Stroke V-6 diesel engine are topping the charts in the full-size pickup category.

The addition of the 3.0L Power Stroke V-6 diesel boosts the number of engine choices for F-150 buyers to six. Trucks with this all-new engine will begin arriving at dealers in May.

Watch for Autofile’s first driving impressions of the diesel-powered F-150 coming soon.

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