F150 2018 The truth behind the engine and powertrain options.
At 4:09 - Ford is the last of the big three to bring a diesel to the light duty pick-up segment.
At 5:44 - should be 18/23/20 mpg, in metric 13.1/10.2/11.8 L/100km.

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Comments

    • SuperSlappynuts
      SuperSlappynuts

      My 3.3 tows just fine, my manhood is not threatened at all by not having the biggest engine LOL

      about 5 days ago
    • Coiled Steel
      Coiled Steel

      Scotty Kilmer says NO TURBOS!

      about 11 days ago
    • Douglas League
      Douglas League

      Ask Ford mechanics which engine they buy....the 5.0, I would take their advise over yours any day .

      about 29 days ago
    • No Name
      No Name In reply to Douglas League

      Douglas League I did ...I went to two dealerships over the weekend and they told me to stay away from the 5.0l and that the 2018-2019 are having bad oil consumption problems ....I went home and google it and they were right ...looks like there replacing long blocks ....ps you don’t have to come off like a prick .....everyone has a right to there own opinions....

      about 24 days ago
    • I am Choppy
      I am Choppy

      The main problem I think is these TV ads make it look like these trucks are pulling 20,000 pounds and most people use the wrong trucks to pull the wrong loads.
      I’m sorry but if ur pulling 8k-10k pounds daily, you shouldn’t be using an F150.. No matter what 6 of them engines they make.

      about 1 month ago
    • Stanley Kania
      Stanley Kania

      51k for my 2012.. it's been hard keeping it from rotting from the rust.. Always keeping up with it is a job.. My Dad's 2012 is rusted junk, he didn't keep an eye on it..

      about 1 month ago
    • zzgeoergez Dane
      zzgeoergez Dane

      I pulled an enclosed 7x14 tandem trailer for 25k mikes w a 3.3v6. So im not sure this reviewer even does any work w a trailer at all.

      about 1 month ago
    • zzgeoergez Dane
      zzgeoergez Dane

      Check out my 10 speed 2018 f150 transmission video.

      about 1 month ago
    • zzgeoergez Dane
      zzgeoergez Dane

      Its certainly a game Ford plays.

      about 1 month ago
    • B S
      B S

      agree 100%. the 2.7 bests the 5.0 slightly in every way, and its a cheaper option. the 3.5 is a powerhouse. If you're a hardcore V-8 guy then get a 5.0 and a box of tissues for when a 2.7 hands your ass to you.

      about 1 month ago
    • Douglas Fox
      Douglas Fox

      F@#$K these New Overpriced High Tech Eco-Trash v'6's...Get a 5.0 or 6.2 v8.....Me personally would buy a used 1990's-2000's...250 series man's truck.

      about 1 month ago
    • MARCUSAURELIUS
      MARCUSAURELIUS

      All ford mechanics say to go the 5.0L v8 if you plan to keep the truck

      about 1 month ago
    • Bill Peirce
      Bill Peirce

      Totally disagree.
      5.0l v8 is the best option period!!!!!

      about 1 month ago
    • TheSwampStalker
      TheSwampStalker

      cruising main street is all 90% of trucks do these days. especially the 3/4 ton diesels, which is why they cost so much.

      about 2 months ago
    • Dooz Owings
      Dooz Owings

      Anyone who pays 40 or 50 thousand for a six cylinder work truck is a fool in my opinion..

      about 2 months ago
    • Andre the polock
      Andre the polock

      but seriously npg sucks i had 89 with auto 4.9l a 96 auto with 4,9l and 2000 auto 4.6l they got same mpg and 2010 they are all the same but triple the price

      about 2 months ago
    • Andre the polock
      Andre the polock

      i just want and need a pick up. no heated seat or self defrosting mirrors or sync to my smart fridge thru my smart phone so i know if i need milk . i dont have a debt it so the bank can charge me money to get my money lol that just foolish but seriously how long does ford expect these truck to last in salted great white north ???

      about 2 months ago
    • 4WD Magazine
      4WD Magazine In reply to Andre the polock

      Salt is the enemy. My understanding is the best value for a no frills truck is a fleet truck. They are the stripped down versions for companies to buy that have the performance and a lower price.

      about 2 months ago
    • Andre the polock
      Andre the polock

      duel injectors?? i heard u saying trade in your two year old truck or better yet just lease it??? so u will never own it> u be renting iit(leasing) it forever how costly is that ; from had to mouth lol i sold my soul to the company store ha ha

      about 2 months ago
    • Andre the polock
      Andre the polock In reply to Andre the polock

      @4WD Magazine the tax man gets his money up front it mite look like it going to the company lol but taxman is there also

      about 2 months ago
    • 4WD Magazine
      4WD Magazine In reply to Andre the polock

      I've leased a lot of trucks through companies. Cash goes to either the manufacturers or the tax man - I choose the manufacturers! ;)

      about 2 months ago
    • John E
      John E

      If it’s got start/stop I won’t buy it. Period.

      Dual port and direct injection has been what the reliability kings at Toyota have been doing for a while now.

      about 2 months ago
    • John E
      John E In reply to John E

      Tommy Truth - none of the truck offerings by Toyota have it 😉

      about 2 months ago
    • Tommy Truth
      Tommy Truth In reply to John E

      You can't avoid it today.

      about 2 months ago
    • Senor Senor
      Senor Senor

      5.O.is.no.1.🐴.IN.D.LoVE i.T.

      about 2 months ago
    • 4WD Magazine
      4WD Magazine In reply to Senor Senor

      You own one? For how long?

      about 2 months ago
    • George Travers
      George Travers

      High pressure Direct injection directly into the cylinder still occurs on the INTAKE stroke in a gasoline engine. NOT the COMPRESSION stroke. It is NOT a compression ignition engine, like a Diesel. I am glad to see Ford use the port injection in concert with the direct injection to alleviate the carbon buildup on the backs of the intake valves due to direct injection, a common problem.

      about 2 months ago
    • George Travers
      George Travers

      Direct injection still occurs on the INTAKE stroke in a gasoline engine. NOT the COMPRESSION stroke. It is NOT a compression ignition engine, like a Diesel.

      about 2 months ago
    • Joseph Clemons
      Joseph Clemons

      If its a ford they ain't no option they only make junk no matter the engine they put in it

      about 2 months ago
    • Joseph Clemons
      Joseph Clemons In reply to Joseph Clemons

      @4WD Magazine all they do is lie i had a bad experience in 2000 with a ford ranger 4.0 engine it rattled like a diesel ford lied every chance they got to say nothing was wrong with it and they also cheated me out of a extended warranty but that was my fault for trusting them to do what was right i have learned you can not trust them so now if i can get anyone from buying a ford that is what i do

      about 2 months ago
    • 4WD Magazine
      4WD Magazine In reply to Joseph Clemons

      Bad experience with Ford? What happened?

      about 2 months ago
    • Mark Moore
      Mark Moore

      Only one engine for f150 is the v8 gets about the same mileage as v6 and been kicking ass since 2011 and sounds awesome , who wants turbo problems

      about 3 months ago
    • Judderz
      Judderz

      5.0 is the way togo and the guy called it sluggish...

      about 3 months ago
    • David Turnbow
      David Turnbow

      If anyone give me a new pickup or car
      I will be putting a for sale sign on it

      about 3 months ago
    • Shoeless b
      Shoeless b

      They don't give us what we want.
      They don't even ask us what we want in a truck.
      I guess that's why they are building 4door wheelbarrows.
      POS trucks.

      about 3 months ago
    • Jon Peterson
      Jon Peterson

      TRUTH IS THEY ALL SUCK

      about 3 months ago
    • Roman Fraulini
      Roman Fraulini

      I’ve had the 3.5 eco and they had to replace the engine at 40k miles... the. The same thing started to happen again after the warranty was up. I traded it off on a new truck with the 5.0... I get 3.4 mpg better mileage and saved money on skipping the ecoboost. Sure you notice the difference in torque but I don’t miss the lag in the turbos when passing or pulling out into traffic. Aside from the engines, I’ve had nothing but issues with the latest F150... in less than 3 years Ford has had it a total 12 weeks for repairs... it’s a shame what they’ve done to the quality and reliability. They have to charge 70k for the truck just to cover their cost for warranty repairs.

      about 3 months ago
    • NissanTy
      NissanTy

      The 3.3 N/A engine is just a waste, same mpg as the 2.7 ecoboost and a lot less power. I can see this engine being offered in a 2wd work/fleet truck only

      about 3 months ago
    • beards & bucks
      beards & bucks

      Can we all say junk filled with plastic

      about 3 months ago