2017 Ford F 150 EcoBoost Fuel Economy
The 2017 Ford F-150 offers major upgrades in all areas, including one area that is consistently important to truck fans—fuel economy. Thanks for the 2017 F-150’s new powertrain system, the truck offers improvements in all three EPA fuel economy label estimates (city, highway, and combined ratings) by 1 MPG over the 2016 model. Continue reading for more information about the 2017 Ford F 150 EcoBoost fuel economy.
The 2017 Ford F-150 is equipped with an all-new 3.5L EcoBoost engine paired exclusively with the first volume-production 10-speed automatic transmission available from any automaker. In addition to improved fuel economy, the new powertrain offers improved acceleration, performance, and refinement. The combination provides better low-end and peak performance, which is ideal for hauling heavy cargo and towing large trailers.
2017 Ford F 150 EcoBoost MPG
The following chart displays the estimated MPG for each 2017 Ford F-150 configuration, as well as the fuel economy ratings from the last generation.
2017 Ford F 150 EcoBoost V6
The 2017 Ford F-150’s second-generation 3.5L EcoBoost V6 engine delivers 50 lb.-ft more peak torque compared to the first-generation engine. The second-generation EcoBoost V6 offers a segment-best 470 lb-ft of torque, which tops all diesel- and gasoline-powered competitors. The second-generation V6 also offers improved horsepower for a total of 375-horsepower.
The all-new 10-speed automatic transmission optimizes engine power and torque ranges. Smarter shift logic improves towing confidence with tow/haul mode and shift-schedule algorithms help ensure the right gear is used as the right time for the ideal driving experience. Additionally, a unique high-speed one-way clutch allows for non-sequential shifting.