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 2nd generation 3.5L EcoBoost that is more powerful than before. We go over the F150 EcoBoost 2.7L, 3.5L EcoBoost, 5.0L V8, and also the 3.5L V6 naturally aspirated base engine specs. If you have questions just comment them below!

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    • Bobby Sweeney
      Bobby Sweeney

      I just purchased a 2013 f150 fx4 with the 3.5 tt. Was this a good choice in your opinion, or should I back out?

      about 20 hours ago
    • Jay jay dynomite
      Jay jay dynomite

      I had the 2.7 & it was junk... junk that could haul a load off hat would blow your mind... and fly, that thing would fly... tuned & to n awd it beat many sports cars, wow... but, it had constant issues, it never got mpg promised ( esp when I added real world truck tires) now I had a 3.5 in a flex and great engine... but, I’m a v8 guy from now on, no more turbo, complicated and not as dependable... and a 302 can have a supercharger and get 600hp... lol

      about 2 days ago
    • Jose Catalan
      Jose Catalan

      Traded the ecoboost for the 5.0 and I love the immediate response, no more turbo lag 🤘

      about 4 days ago
    • ZEROKOOL-20

      What are the issues with the 2.7 eco boost?

      about 5 days ago
    • Colin Rogers
      Colin Rogers In reply to ZEROKOOL-20

      Mostly timing chains

      about 19 hours ago
    • ted101975

      Skip the V8 you will put more oil in it than gas

      about 5 days ago
    • Thomas S
      Thomas S

      I recently bought a 2018 f150 Lariat crew with the 5.0. It's the fastest vehicle I've ever owned! Much faster than my 79 Trans Am, 82 Z28 or BMW 325i. 395bhp and an aluminum body makes this thing a rocket in comparison to my 2013 2500HD despite it's 400bhp! When I pass on a two lane highway I'm up to 90 before I know it and have to slow back down.

      about 8 days ago
    • Joe Pierre
      Joe Pierre

      Awesomeness a lot of problems with the aluminum bodies just getting dinged for a bottle cap hitting him you know what I mean aluminum bends easily beaten to death like that commercial from Chevrolet when they had steel beds he sure aluminum was a good idea and repairing it I'm told by Buddy people is a nightmare to stick body panels with Banda it just fails so let me know if I'm wrong on what I think I know about Ford's

      about 13 days ago
    • grant cherwaty
      grant cherwaty

      tons and tons of problems with 3.5 ecoboost timing chains.......tons and tons of problems with turbos as they age(cooler lines both oil and coolant leaking etc)...........stick with tried and true........v8........5.0L......good solid a shop owner working on these things daily i'd never buy a used ecoboost....2.7 or 3.5

      about 13 days ago
    • Brian Villalobos
      Brian Villalobos

      Thank you this helped very much!!! Do 2019 update

      about 14 days ago
    • Jeremy Montrose
      Jeremy Montrose

      That V8 sound vs. EcoBoost power is not a trade. If your buying 1500 class truck to tow, the 5.0 is disappointing.
      Same as a Ram Hemi
      GM and Tundra trucks.
      Do they tow. Yes. The EcoBoost does better, faster with less effort and better mpg.

      about 16 days ago
    • Emanuel Brister
      Emanuel Brister

      Where the hell is Mitchell?

      about 18 days ago
    • Town and Country TV
      Town and Country TV In reply to Emanuel Brister

      I’m right here! 😜

      about 18 days ago
    • mrjtful Boy
      mrjtful Boy

      I clicked thumbs up for you!
      for mentioning my 2017 3.5 eco. 10 speed is the best. 😂

      about 1 month ago
    • jerry ebner
      jerry ebner

      I like my 2013 XLT 4x4 3.5 L ecoboost. Not the best on gas but its a truck lol

      about 1 month ago
    • Matthew J
      Matthew J

      I've driven both the 2.7 and 3.5 ecoboost and yes, the 2.7 seems quicker.

      about 1 month ago
    • Bill Peirce
      Bill Peirce

      Jst perfect the fuel economy on the 5.0 v8 engine. Be Awesome to have a 500 hp 5.0 engine that gets 30mpg!!!!!

      about 2 months ago
    • MrInzombia
      MrInzombia In reply to Bill Peirce

      you livin in a fantasy land

      about 1 month ago
    • Bill Peirce
      Bill Peirce

      Definitely 5.0 v8.
      Trash all EcoBoost engines now!!!!!
      Sick of 6 cylinder and 4 cylinder engine with turbo chargers!!!!!!

      about 2 months ago
    • Charles Somenek
      Charles Somenek

      Are you doing bud I’m picking up a new vehicle today F 150 2013 with the 3.5 V6 engine can you do a review for me on that i’ve been hearing a lot of good stuff on it and a little bit of stuff can you tell me what to look for and any problems I might have an a future that I can take care of them as soon as something happens I would appreciate a response

      about 2 months ago
    • Charles Somenek
      Charles Somenek In reply to Charles Somenek

      And there’s one more thing if I can get a response from you my email address is

      about 2 months ago
    • Philip Ketchum
      Philip Ketchum

      I traded my 3.5L Eco for a 2.7L. Love it! I think the 5.0L does sound cool but it just doesn't perform well. Take a lot of RPMs to get going.

      about 2 months ago
    • Caden B
      Caden B In reply to Philip Ketchum

      Why are you buying a truck for performance? I would understand gas mileage but the performance shouldnt matter

      about 26 days ago
    • Seamus603

      I drive a 13 f150 5.0 it sounds and runs great

      about 2 months ago
    • Special edition
      Special edition

      The V8 engine would run over that EcoBoost engine and still will go hundreds of thousands of miles more and more.....

      about 2 months ago
    • Chris Ennis
      Chris Ennis

      I’m shopping for an 11-14 should I skip the ecoboost and go with 5.0? I’ve heard too many issues with ecoboost.

      about 2 months ago
    • Chris Ennis
      Chris Ennis In reply to Chris Ennis

      fxnplnz timing chains, turbos, coolant leaks.

      about 2 months ago
    • fxnplnz
      fxnplnz In reply to Chris Ennis

      Chris Ennis what have you heard?

      about 2 months ago
    • SuperBullies1

      I guess the sound you have on your engine equates to how cool you are. Now I've got it. I love my V-8, sounds cool and I get almost 12 miles to a gal.

      about 2 months ago
    • MURR DOG
      MURR DOG

      FORD = forgot OBVIOUS RESEARCH/DEVELOPMENT..recall cronies..Detroit

      about 2 months ago
    • Jim C.
      Jim C.

      Great job and great video !!

      about 2 months ago
    • Michael Collins
      Michael Collins

      what do you guys charge to do a right-hand conversion for Australia driving

      about 3 months ago
    • k9feces
      k9feces In reply to Michael Collins

      That’s gotta be expensive

      about 10 days ago
    • Lorenzo Escalante
      Lorenzo Escalante

      Have they made the video for the 2018 / 2019 models

      about 3 months ago
    • chapmanmerchant

      Got to be honest driven a 2018 10 speed for a month now with the 2.7 eco boos. TOO many gears. Trans does skip 1-3-5 ect depending on drive mode. Sure does have a lot boost lag when power is needed quick. but once you have the boost its quick.Have not towed more then 2000 pounds. Trans is quick with downshifts. Cheap interior on mine im sure the taller models are better. Truck has growen on me.

      about 3 months ago
    • Caleb Niederhofer
      Caleb Niederhofer In reply to chapmanmerchant

      It's not too many gears because it's hardly ever using them all at once . Also it can skip, that's completely normal. It automatically adjust for optimum power, boost. It also has a adaptive learning, I have a 19 2.7 after about 2k miles it really smoothed out .

      about 2 months ago
    • mike forbes
      mike forbes

      2,7 is quick engine

      about 3 months ago
    • David Arford
      David Arford


      about 3 months ago

      its just crazy to me to have a tiny 2.7 in a truck pulling a 7000lb trailer but i find myself looking harder at that 2.7 everyday

      about 3 months ago
    • Klintis T
      Klintis T In reply to UBBERTANKER

      Caleb Niederhofer People aren’t really saying the 2.7 isn’t exactly reliable but compared to a 5.0 it is nowhere near as reliable.

      about 1 month ago
    • sinusbradycardia
      sinusbradycardia In reply to UBBERTANKER

      I test drove the 3.5L TT and I loved it and maybe I should've went with it, but I then drove a 2.7L and I wasn't able to chirp the tires, but I was overall impressed with the 0-60 time.  So I ended up buying a 2019 XLT with 302A package and a rear locking differential.  The color of the truck is awesome, magma red, which looks black.  I absolutely love the truck!  The 2.7L TT block is made out of compact graphite iron which is supposed to be a big stronger than cast iron.  Another great feature on these new engines, 2.7L and 3.5L, is the port fuel injection in addition to the direct injection which helps keeps the intake valves clean.  I don't plan on any upgrades to my truck just yet, other than the weathertech floor mats, bed cover and bed rug.  What really nice, I don't have to worry about the body rusting, since it's aluminum.  Maybe after the warranty is up, I'll add some performance upgrades.  Like bigger compressor wheels for the turbo, flex fuel tune, bigger injectors, etc and get 500rwhp and 550ft-lbs of torque.

      about 1 month ago
    • Caleb Niederhofer
      Caleb Niederhofer In reply to UBBERTANKER

      UBBERTANKER I have done a ton of research , driven all the engines , heck I had a 3/4 ton diesel before. Finally pulled the plug on a 19 2.7 if you are not towing heavily like 6k or under the 2.7 really is a little bottle rocket. It has the torque at a much lower rpm like 2700 it reaches 80% of its torque compared to the 5.0 which is well above 4k. So 95% of daily driving you are getting the peak power , fun instead of the 5.0 where you have to full throttle to reach the power. The 2.7 really is the best daily driver for someone occasionally towing lighter . I will say it still will tow circles around the old 5.3 L I have. Once you drive it , see the power , mileage if you keep your foot out of it lol you will walk away with it. Anyone questioning reliability , as long you maintain it will be reliable. Ford torture tested these engines , and if maintenance is done they are great trucks.

      about 3 months ago
    • cory2146
      cory2146 In reply to UBBERTANKER

      @UBBERTANKER If you havn't already, take one for a test drive. You will be impressed.

      about 3 months ago

      @cory2146 better than a 5.0? I'm looking at a new f150 and seems like they are all 2.7, as long as it pulls a 5000lb trailer as good as my tahoe I'd be happy

      about 3 months ago