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The 3.3L is the affordable base engine for generic applications. Available on both the XL, and XLT; this engine uses twin independent variable cam timing to optimize power output at every point across the performance band. TI-VCT engines have the ability to control the timing of the intake and exhaust camshafts independently of each other for optimal output under all conditions. The Ford dual direct and port fuel injection system in this engine positions two separate injectors in each cylinder; one in the intake port, and one located directly within the cylinder itself. This is abbreviated as PFDI and helps to optimize fuel economy, emissions, power, and efficiency.

Alongside the advanced operational technology, is a 10 speed automatic transmission which was co-developed by Ford and General Motors (GM). The transmission combines dual hydraulic pumps, 6 clutches, and a wide ratio spread of 7.384. Additionally, four selectable drive modes (Normal, Snow-Wet, Tow-Haul, Sport, and Ecoselect), and 3 overdrive gears ensure optimal situational driveability, and better fuel economy at high speeds. See Below for more specific information on power, fuel economy, towing capability, and payload.

Fuel Economy (L/100km)
4x2 4x4
City 11.8 12.4
Hwy 9.8 10.7
Comb 11.2 11.8
Power Output
HP @ rpm 290 @ 6,500
Torque @ rpm 265 lb. ft. @ 4,000
Towing & Payload
Max Towing (lbs) 8,200
Max Payload(lbs) 1,985
3.3L Ti-VCT V6

The 2.7L delivers impressive power in an engine with a small displacement. This is accomplished though the interplay of port-fuel and direct-injection; twin interval variable camshaft timing, and twin intercooled turbochargers. Port fuel and direct injection systems (PFDI) position two separate injectors in each cylinder; one in the intake port, and one within the cylinder; to squeeze the most out of every drop of fuel. Twin interval variable camshaft timing (TI-VCT) can independently control the intake and exhaust camshafts. This allows for improved fuel economy, reduced emissions; and improved power and torque (especially at lower RPM's).

In addition to all of that, materials are chosen for light weights, and high strengths. For example; compacted graphite iron was chosen for the upper block and cylinders, because it's stronger, lighter, and more acoustically sound than traditional iron, or aluminum cylinder blocks. Available on the XL, XLT, and Lariat models; this is a great all around engine for towing, city driving, long commutes, or commercial applications. The engine itself is married to a 10-speed transmission, co-developed by Ford and General Motors (GM). This transmission combines a wide ratio spread of 7.384, 6 clutches, and dual hydraulic pumps to optimize performance. In addition; three overdrive gears, and four selectable drive modes (Normal, Tow-Haul, Snow-Wet, Ecoselect, and Sport) ensures better fuel economy at high speeds, and optimal situational driveability. See Below for more specific information on fuel economy, power, towing capability, and payload.

Fuel Economy (L/100km)
4x2 4x4
City 11.8 12.4
Hwy 9 9.8
Comb 10.7 11.2
Power Output
HP @ rpm 325 @ 5,000
Torque @ rpm 400 lb. ft. @ 3,000
Towing & Payload
Max Towing (lbs) 10,100
Max Payload(lbs) 2,480
2.7L EcoBoost® V6

The 3.5L is the signature engine of the F150 lineup. This follows along with Ford's mandate of increased power through smaller displacement; in order to reduce emissions and increase efficiency. This engine also offers a best in class available tow rating. As it was with the previous two alternatives; this engine utilizes port fuel and direct injection (PFDI), to help increase total performance. PFDI places one injector in the intake port, and one within the cylinder. This also assists with eliminating the need for premium 91 octane fuel (as is with 2.7L), so the truck can run effectively on regular 87 octane fuel (despite having a relatively high compression ratio). In addition to PFDI, the 3.5L utilizes twin intercooled turbochargers in order to squeeze as much power as possible from an engine with a relatively small displacement.

The transmission paired with the 3.5L Ecoboost ®, is the same 10-speed automatic mated to the 2.7L. This transmission was co-developed by Ford and General Motors (GM); and delivers enhanced acceleration at the low and mid ranges of the power band. Four selectable drive modes (Normal, Tow-Haul, Snow-Wet, Ecoselect, and Sport), 6 clutches, a wide 7.384 ratio spread, and dual hydraulic pumps deliver overall improved performance when compared to the 6-speed. There are also three overdrive gears for better performance, and fuel economy at high speeds. See Below for more specific information on fuel economy, power, towing capability, and payload.

Fuel Economy (L/100km)
4x2 4x4
City 13.1 13.1
Hwy 9.8 10.2
Comb 11.8 11.8
Power Output
HP @ rpm 400 @ 6,000
Torque @ rpm 500 lb. ft. @ 3,100
Towing & Payload
Max Towing (lbs) 13,000
Max Payload(lbs) 3,250
3.5L Ecoboost® V6

The 5.0L is Ford's powerful V8 option in the F150 engine lineup. As was with the 3.3L, and the 2.7L engines; the 5.0L utilizes TI-VCT technology (twin interval variable camshaft timing) for improved power, torque, fuel economy, and reduced emissions. This is accomplished through independently controled intake and exhaust camshafts. In addition, the 5.0L shares PFDI (port fuel and direct injection) technology with all three previously described powertrains. This places two injectors per cylinder in the engine (one in the intake port, and another within the cylinder), to properly utilize every drop of fuel. This engine is an F150 specific variant of Ford's Coyote V8, optimized for low end to mid range power and torque. New Varial Displacement Engine technology (VDE), also allows the engine to run on half of its cylinders when full power is not needed. In addition to providing robust power; this engine, when paired with a properly equipped F150, provides best in class payload.

The 5.0L engine is mated to the 10-speed automatic transmission. The joint venture between Ford and General Motors (GM) is built to deliver enhanced acceleration at the low and mid power band ranges. In addition to 6 clutches, a wide 7.384 ratio spread, and dual hydraulic pumps; there are four selectable drive modes (Normal, Tow-Haul, Snow-Wet, Ecoselect, and Sport). Performance and fuel economy are also drastically improved through the implementation of three overdrive gears. See below for more information on power, towing capability, fuel economy, and payload.

Fuel Economy (L/100km)
4x2 4x4
City 13.8 4x4
Hwy 9.8 10.7
Comb 11.8 12.4
Power Output
HP @ rpm 400 @ 6,000
Torque @ rpm 410 lb. ft. @ 4,250
Towing & Payload
Max Towing (lbs) 13,000
Max Payload(lbs) 3,325
5.0L TI-VCT V8

The 3.0L Turbocharged V6, is Ford's Diesel option for the F150 Lineup. Available on XL (Fleet only), XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, and Platinum; this engine delivers lots of torque at a low RPM. In addition to immense power; impressive fuel economy travels alongside. The engine itself is built with weight saving technologies such as a compacted graphite engine block, in order to maximize on this marriage of power and economy. There are also strength and durability improvements in the form of new bearings, lightweight aluminum pistons, and a new forged steel crankshaft. There are even piston oil jets which spray oil on the underside of each piston, for added durability and temperature control. Selective catalytic reduction (through diesel exhaust fluid (DEF)), diesel particulate filtration, and exhaust gas recirculation are all additional technologies implemented to help eliminate harmful emissions.

The 3.0L Turbo Diesel engine shares its transmission with the Ecoboost® class. The 10-speed automatic was a conjoined effort between Ford and General Motors (GM) from which a technologically advanced transmission was brought into existence. This transmission has three overdrive gears for improved performance and fuel economy, alongside four selectable drive modes (Normal, Tow-Haul, Snow-Wet, and Sport); there is also a wide 7.384 ratio spread, 6 clutches, and dual hydraulic pumps to add to the robustness of the finished product, and deliver enhanced acceleration at the low and mid power band ranges. See below for more information on towing capability, power, payload, and fuel economy.

Fuel Economy (L/100km)
4x2 4x4
City - 11.8
Hwy - 8.7
Comb - 10.2
Power Output
HP @ rpm 250 @ 3,250
Torque @ rpm 440 lb. ft. @ 1,750
Towing & Payload
Max Towing (lbs) 12,100
Max Payload(lbs) 1,840
3.0L Turbo Diesel V6

The 3.5L Powerboost Full Hybrid V6, is a union born from the harmonious relationship of the tried and true 3.5L Ecoboost® twin turbo V6, a 1.5 kWh battery, and a 35 kW electric motor. This union of old and new touts best-in-class horsepower, and torque. This engine is designed to work, and in so, pairs with one of two available onboard generators. The Pro Power Onboard Generator that comes standard with the PowerBoost, provides 2.4 kW of power. Alternatively, it can be upgraded to a 7.2 kW system which is enough to power and run a completely remote work site. This system provides multiple 120V/240V plug-ins, and boasts a 32 hour maximum run time with a full tank of fuel.

The 35kW electric motor, is built, and integrated into the 10-speed modular hybrid transmission. This transmission is similar in most aspects to the 10-speed SelectShift® automatic transmission, boasting the same wide 7.384 ratio spread. The electric motor, gasoline engine, and hybrid battery pack all work seamlessly together within this next generation powertrain.

Fuel Economy (L/100km)
4x2 4x4
City 9.4 9.8
Hwy 9 9.8
Comb 9.4 9.8
Power Output
HP @ rpm 430 @ 6,000
Torque @ rpm 570 lb. ft. @ 3,000
Towing & Payload
Max Towing (lbs) 12,700
Max Payload(lbs) 2,120
3.5L Powerboost Full Hybrid V6
3.3L Ti-VCT V6
3.3L Ti-VCT V6

The 3.3L is the affordable base engine for generic applications. Available on both the XL, and XLT; this engine uses twin independent variable cam timing to optimize power output at every point across the performance band. TI-VCT engines have the ability to control the timing of the intake and exhaust camshafts independently of each other for optimal output under all conditions. The Ford dual direct and port fuel injection system in this engine positions two separate injectors in each cylinder; one in the intake port, and one located directly within the cylinder itself. This is abbreviated as PFDI and helps to optimize fuel economy, emissions, power, and efficiency.

Alongside the advanced operational technology, is a 10 speed automatic transmission which was co-developed by Ford and General Motors (GM). The transmission combines dual hydraulic pumps, 6 clutches, and a wide ratio spread of 7.384. Additionally, four selectable drive modes (Normal, Snow-Wet, Tow-Haul, Sport, and Ecoselect), and 3 overdrive gears ensure optimal situational driveability, and better fuel economy at high speeds. See Below for more specific information on power, fuel economy, towing capability, and payload.

Fuel Economy (L/100km)
4x2 4x4
City 11.8 12.4
Hwy 9.8 10.7
Comb 11.2 11.8
Power Output
HP @ rpm 290 @ 6,500
Torque @ rpm 265 lb. ft. @ 4,000
Towing & Payload
Max Towing (lbs) 8,200
Max Payload(lbs) 1,985
2.7L EcoBoost® V6
2.7L EcoBoost® V6

The 2.7L delivers impressive power in an engine with a small displacement. This is accomplished though the interplay of port-fuel and direct-injection; twin interval variable camshaft timing, and twin intercooled turbochargers. Port fuel and direct injection systems (PFDI) position two separate injectors in each cylinder; one in the intake port, and one within the cylinder; to squeeze the most out of every drop of fuel. Twin interval variable camshaft timing (TI-VCT) can independently control the intake and exhaust camshafts. This allows for improved fuel economy, reduced emissions; and improved power and torque (especially at lower RPM's).

In addition to all of that, materials are chosen for light weights, and high strengths. For example; compacted graphite iron was chosen for the upper block and cylinders, because it's stronger, lighter, and more acoustically sound than traditional iron, or aluminum cylinder blocks. Available on the XL, XLT, and Lariat models; this is a great all around engine for towing, city driving, long commutes, or commercial applications. The engine itself is married to a 10-speed transmission, co-developed by Ford and General Motors (GM). This transmission combines a wide ratio spread of 7.384, 6 clutches, and dual hydraulic pumps to optimize performance. In addition; three overdrive gears, and four selectable drive modes (Normal, Tow-Haul, Snow-Wet, Ecoselect, and Sport) ensures better fuel economy at high speeds, and optimal situational driveability. See Below for more specific information on fuel economy, power, towing capability, and payload.

Fuel Economy (L/100km)
4x2 4x4
City 11.8 12.4
Hwy 9 9.8
Comb 10.7 11.2
Power Output
HP @ rpm 325 @ 5,000
Torque @ rpm 400 lb. ft. @ 3,000
Towing & Payload
Max Towing (lbs) 10,100
Max Payload(lbs) 2,480
3.5L Ecoboost® V6
3.5L Ecoboost® V6

The 3.5L is the signature engine of the F150 lineup. This follows along with Ford's mandate of increased power through smaller displacement; in order to reduce emissions and increase efficiency. This engine also offers a best in class available tow rating. As it was with the previous two alternatives; this engine utilizes port fuel and direct injection (PFDI), to help increase total performance. PFDI places one injector in the intake port, and one within the cylinder. This also assists with eliminating the need for premium 91 octane fuel (as is with 2.7L), so the truck can run effectively on regular 87 octane fuel (despite having a relatively high compression ratio). In addition to PFDI, the 3.5L utilizes twin intercooled turbochargers in order to squeeze as much power as possible from an engine with a relatively small displacement.

The transmission paired with the 3.5L Ecoboost ®, is the same 10-speed automatic mated to the 2.7L. This transmission was co-developed by Ford and General Motors (GM); and delivers enhanced acceleration at the low and mid ranges of the power band. Four selectable drive modes (Normal, Tow-Haul, Snow-Wet, Ecoselect, and Sport), 6 clutches, a wide 7.384 ratio spread, and dual hydraulic pumps deliver overall improved performance when compared to the 6-speed. There are also three overdrive gears for better performance, and fuel economy at high speeds. See Below for more specific information on fuel economy, power, towing capability, and payload.

Fuel Economy (L/100km)
4x2 4x4
City 13.1 13.1
Hwy 9.8 10.2
Comb 11.8 11.8
Power Output
HP @ rpm 400 @ 6,000
Torque @ rpm 500 lb. ft. @ 3,100
Towing & Payload
Max Towing (lbs) 13,000
Max Payload(lbs) 3,250
5.0L TI-VCT V8
5.0L TI-VCT V8

The 5.0L is Ford's powerful V8 option in the F150 engine lineup. As was with the 3.3L, and the 2.7L engines; the 5.0L utilizes TI-VCT technology (twin interval variable camshaft timing) for improved power, torque, fuel economy, and reduced emissions. This is accomplished through independently controled intake and exhaust camshafts. In addition, the 5.0L shares PFDI (port fuel and direct injection) technology with all three previously described powertrains. This places two injectors per cylinder in the engine (one in the intake port, and another within the cylinder), to properly utilize every drop of fuel. This engine is an F150 specific variant of Ford's Coyote V8, optimized for low end to mid range power and torque. New Varial Displacement Engine technology (VDE), also allows the engine to run on half of its cylinders when full power is not needed. In addition to providing robust power; this engine, when paired with a properly equipped F150, provides best in class payload.

The 5.0L engine is mated to the 10-speed automatic transmission. The joint venture between Ford and General Motors (GM) is built to deliver enhanced acceleration at the low and mid power band ranges. In addition to 6 clutches, a wide 7.384 ratio spread, and dual hydraulic pumps; there are four selectable drive modes (Normal, Tow-Haul, Snow-Wet, Ecoselect, and Sport). Performance and fuel economy are also drastically improved through the implementation of three overdrive gears. See below for more information on power, towing capability, fuel economy, and payload.

Fuel Economy (L/100km)
4x2 4x4
City 13.8 4x4
Hwy 9.8 10.7
Comb 11.8 12.4
Power Output
HP @ rpm 400 @ 6,000
Torque @ rpm 410 lb. ft. @ 4,250
Towing & Payload
Max Towing (lbs) 13,000
Max Payload(lbs) 3,325
3.0L Turbo Diesel V6
3.0L Turbo Diesel V6

The 3.0L Turbocharged V6, is Ford's Diesel option for the F150 Lineup. Available on XL (Fleet only), XLT, Lariat, King Ranch, and Platinum; this engine delivers lots of torque at a low RPM. In addition to immense power; impressive fuel economy travels alongside. The engine itself is built with weight saving technologies such as a compacted graphite engine block, in order to maximize on this marriage of power and economy. There are also strength and durability improvements in the form of new bearings, lightweight aluminum pistons, and a new forged steel crankshaft. There are even piston oil jets which spray oil on the underside of each piston, for added durability and temperature control. Selective catalytic reduction (through diesel exhaust fluid (DEF)), diesel particulate filtration, and exhaust gas recirculation are all additional technologies implemented to help eliminate harmful emissions.

The 3.0L Turbo Diesel engine shares its transmission with the Ecoboost® class. The 10-speed automatic was a conjoined effort between Ford and General Motors (GM) from which a technologically advanced transmission was brought into existence. This transmission has three overdrive gears for improved performance and fuel economy, alongside four selectable drive modes (Normal, Tow-Haul, Snow-Wet, and Sport); there is also a wide 7.384 ratio spread, 6 clutches, and dual hydraulic pumps to add to the robustness of the finished product, and deliver enhanced acceleration at the low and mid power band ranges. See below for more information on towing capability, power, payload, and fuel economy.

Fuel Economy (L/100km)
4x2 4x4
City - 11.8
Hwy - 8.7
Comb - 10.2
Power Output
HP @ rpm 250 @ 3,250
Torque @ rpm 440 lb. ft. @ 1,750
Towing & Payload
Max Towing (lbs) 12,100
Max Payload(lbs) 1,840
3.5L Powerboost Full Hybrid V6
3.5L Powerboost Full Hybrid V6

The 3.5L Powerboost Full Hybrid V6, is a union born from the harmonious relationship of the tried and true 3.5L Ecoboost® twin turbo V6, a 1.5 kWh battery, and a 35 kW electric motor. This union of old and new touts best-in-class horsepower, and torque. This engine is designed to work, and in so, pairs with one of two available onboard generators. The Pro Power Onboard Generator that comes standard with the PowerBoost, provides 2.4 kW of power. Alternatively, it can be upgraded to a 7.2 kW system which is enough to power and run a completely remote work site. This system provides multiple 120V/240V plug-ins, and boasts a 32 hour maximum run time with a full tank of fuel.

The 35kW electric motor, is built, and integrated into the 10-speed modular hybrid transmission. This transmission is similar in most aspects to the 10-speed SelectShift® automatic transmission, boasting the same wide 7.384 ratio spread. The electric motor, gasoline engine, and hybrid battery pack all work seamlessly together within this next generation powertrain.

Fuel Economy (L/100km)
4x2 4x4
City 9.4 9.8
Hwy 9 9.8
Comb 9.4 9.8
Power Output
HP @ rpm 430 @ 6,000
Torque @ rpm 570 lb. ft. @ 3,000
Towing & Payload
Max Towing (lbs) 12,700
Max Payload(lbs) 2,120
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