2011 Ford F series leads heavy duty trucks in capability, now fuel economy, too
The most capable heavy-duty pickup in America- the Ford F-Series Super Duty- is also the most powerful and efficient for the 2011 model year, offering customers their choice of either gas or diesel engines.
Fuel Economy on the all new 2011 Ford F-Series Super Duty equipped with the 6.7 liter Power Stroke V-8 Diesel engine averages an 18 percent improvement for pickup models and up to 25 percent improvement for chassis cabs versus 2010 models. Trucks equipped with new base 6.2 liter V-8 gas engines average a 15 percent improvement versus 2010 models.
The all-new Ford engineered, Ford designed, Ford built 6.7 liter Power Stroke V-8 turbocharged diesel engine has best-in-class torque of 753 ft.-lb. (at 1,600 rpm) and best-in-class 390 horsepower (at 2,800 rpm)- 85 ft and 40 horsepower more than the outgoing model- with best-in-class fuel economy; new engine is b20 biodiesel compatible too.
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