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I was getting 16-17 mostly city when I calculated without the trailer. I always pull the trailer so I figure my mileage with that. 10-11 with the trailer so I assume without has also remained the same.
Originally Posted by Early Cuyler
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As it is a new truck, I'm still unsure of what I'm getting. It appears to be better than what I got with the 4.9 though.
I started keeping track on the 1st of this month, so in a week or two, I should be able to calculate fuel consumption with some accuracy.
I'll post it as soon as I've got the figures.
1999 F-150 XLT
1994 Bronco XLT
'07 F150 XL, Rcab, 4x2, 4.2L, 3.73 limited slip, 265x75x17
Owned from 0 to 30K miles. During that time I consistently got 15mpg. 2 or three tanks I got 16mpg from driving mainly highway at slower speeds and only one time did I ever drop into the 14's. And that was from a week of heavy traffic, 25 miles each way.
It wasn't great, but at least it was consistent.
2010 F150 XLT, Scab, 4.6L 3v, Blue Flame
my 2002 4.2 single cab shortbed flare side..4.2 auto 3.55 245x65x16s cold air intake and 2 1/2 cat back duals... with a bed covor got about 19mpg with me driving... it gets 21 pretty consistand with my dad driving it now... and sometimes even gets 23