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I test drove the f150 supercrew cab yesterday with the 5.0 motor and found it had lots of power. A lot more power than my 2002 f150 supercrew 5.4 motor. You say your getting 22mpg but I couldn't get near that on the test drive with average level road. I did get 18.5 average . Not too bad but thought it might have done better after reading your post. If I had gotten 20mpg I would have bought the truck. I really did like the way the truck handled though.Report it
The dashboard display on my 2012 F150 3.7L pretty consistently understates mileage by 1 mpg or more. You really have to hand measure. I don't have any problem hitting and sometimes exceeding EPA numbers. I have a fairly light foot, a basic configuration on the truck and I use high test gas. (but on the other hand, the truck is probably not fully broken in yet). I understand some of the Ecoboost people have trouble making their numbers. I suspect its a combination of a heavy foot and engines that are pretty slow to break in.Report it
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