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2017 Ford F150 – Which Engine to Choose? EcoBoost or V8? 3.5L or 2.7L?

2017 Ford F150 – Which Engine to Choose? EcoBoost or V8? 3.5L or 2.7L?
The New Ford F150 has 5 different engine options. This video applies to the 2015 F150, 2016 F150, and now the 2017 model. The only exception is the 2017 …

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  1. FYI, I've never seen 15mpg in my 5.0 as the EPA city figure suggests. I average 20 around town, and 26 highway on the dash. Even when I do the math at the pump it's within 5% of the onboard computer's average.

  2. How in the hell is a 258lb ft v6 rated to tow 7,500+lbs in a full size truck? That's basically a Nissan Altima engine trying to move a truck AND TWO MORE ALTIMAS. I'd never try to tow that much with the base engine.

  3. The Ecoboost haters on this pages haven't got a clue what they are talking about . Why in fuck's name would Ford build hundreds of thousands of these engines knowing that they would fail ? , and while i have you undivided attention i would wonder why no one here is ragging on G M ? , they have direct injection and turbo engines too , so do many other car makers around the world . My conclusion is all the Ecoboost haters on this page are jealous and regretful G M owners , now here is a cookie go to your room and play video games .

  4. I really hate how Ford pushed the V8s away. A naturally aspirated V8 will always be the most reliable engine in a truck (well except for the cast iron I6).

    My dad recently bought a new truck and had some simple requirements: V8 gas, 4×4, Vinyl floor, Regular cab, long Bed. Could not find an F150 anywhere that met these specs. Ended up getting a smoking deal on a 2016 F250, which I like better with its D60 front end and manual shift transfer case (I imagine those won't be around much longer).

  5. V8 all day. At the end of the day, it's a truck. You don't buy trucks from fuel economy, get a damn Prius. The V8 is all natural good power & is better to maintain & repair than EcoBoost which has twin turbos. Read multiple economy tests with the V8 & 3.5 EcoBoost & it's the same in real world testing. Just my opinion.

  6. Here's my take. I'll probably end up with the 5.0L V8 for a couple reasons. Originally I wanted to go with the 2.7L EcoBoost, but I cannot get it in the configuration I want. My ideal truck is a 4×4 XLT sport Crew Cab 6.5' bed. Not possible on the 2.7L unless I drop to 2wd or 5.5' bed or do a different engine. Huge downside to me.

  7. I heard that Ford was coming up with a F150. It would be pretty interesting to see how the 3.5L V6 performs with the hybrid system. That way, one can save a lot of fuel on road trips while towing on flat interstates and use complete engine capability to tow up a Grade.

  8. Curious what is the real difference between the 2016 and 2017 3.5L ecoboost.  What makes the power difference?  I couldn't imagine that they would redesign the engine itself; so, is it just timing/mapping change?  Different intake and/or exhaust in 2017?  I have a 2016 F150 3.5 ecoboost and I would love to have the same specs on my engine as the 2017, as long as it is simply a program and/or bolt-on scenario.  I'd be curious if the Raptor has some simple changes to make the power it does…it seems logical to start with the same 3.5L eco platform, and just alter peripherals.

  9. I picked up the 2.7 ecoboost in my 2016. I am looking to upgrade for more power in terms of a tune, intake and exhaust. Do you know of any exhausts that are quiet like stock but add performance?

  10. Lmao only one v8, so mustang motors? 2.7? 5.0?Why? Like those tunes are impersive on those small motors with upwards of 270hp but why?keep the ford f150 a truck. Its more like an explorer than the f150 I remember.if u don't believe me than I'll say. Why have they used the same cabs on the f250(and up) all they did was change the trim u can put a 98 f350 door on a brand new f750. The f150 and the f250 are now 2 different trucks. My Chevy 1500 with a small v8 even gets better gas milage than that. Ford just make a f150 with a powerful v8 that 5l has so much more potential than 385 HP. That is a 450+ HP motor…

  11. I bought a new 2016 F-150. Before I bought I test drove the 2.7 & 3.5 Eco's as well as the 5.0. The problem I found with the Eco's is the turbos, like all turbos have to spool up before you actually feel the power. While that may be great while driving down the road and trying to pass someone. It ain't worth a shit for leaving a red light with a loaded trailer in tow. I bought the 5.0. When they figure out how to make the Eco's have power out of the gate, I might look at the again.


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