Fuel Economy Update for February - 2015 Ford F-150 Long-Term Road Test

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2015 Ford F-150: Fuel Economy Update for February

March 5, 2015

2015 Ford F-150

The average fuel economy of our 2015 Ford F-150 is improving, but still not enough for us to be impressed.

In February, the aluminum-bodied pickup, which is powered by a 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6, averaged 16.3 mpg over about 1,700 miles of mixed driving. And our best single tank average is now up to 17.3 mpg.

That's enough to bring the Ford's overall average up to 16.0 mpg.

So it's getting better, but it remains far below the Ford's EPA combined rating of 20 mpg and its city rating of 18 mpg.  

After all that math there was just one thing to do: Go out for barbeque. And the big blue pickup was the perfect ride.

Worst Fill MPG: 14.0 mpg
Best Fill MPG: 17.3 mpg
Average Lifetime MPG: 16.0 mpg
EPA MPG Rating: 20 Combined (18 City/23 Highway)
Best Range: 557.3 miles
Current Odometer: 2,991 miles

Scott Oldham, Editor in Chief @ 2,991 miles


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