In EPA testing, a 2023 F-150 equipped with rear-wheel drive and the default V6 engine achieved 19 city/24 highway mpg. Vehicles equipped with a twin-turbo 2.7-liter EcoBoost and rear-wheel drive combination are somewhat more fuel-efficient, achieving 20 mpg in the city and 26 mpg on the interstate.
The fuel economy of the F-150 hybrid is rated at 25 miles per gallon – both on the highway and within the city – making it the most fuel-efficient vehicle in the lineup. The F-150 achieves mileage of 18/24 mpg when equipped with the twin-turbo 400-horsepower V-6, while it delivers mileage of approximately 17/25 mpg when paired with the naturally aspirated V8.
The numbers shared above are for cars with a rear-wheel-drive configuration. Models with four-wheel drive often get a loss of one or two mpg. Due to its light and smooth steering, the F-150 is more agile than you might expect a large truck to be. Its poised handling in curves contributes to this impression. While the ride quality is satisfactory in most circumstances, the powerful brakes instill a sense of assurance in the driver.
To learn more about the payment options available for the 2023 Ford 150, please feel free to get in touch with the finance department at Skaha Ford.
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