April 7, 2019
2019 Ford F-150 Review and Buying Guide | Digging deep from Work Truck to Limited
Specs, features and fuel economy. Credit ‘Auto Blog’.
The new 2019 F-150 to note. The Raptor engine has been made available in the maximum-luxury Limited trim. That means you can now have 450 horsepower and 510 pound-feet of torque in an F-150 that isn’t an off-road beast. The F-150 XLT trim also adds Sync 3 to the list of standard equipment, which means it gets the 8-inch touchscreen now.
Fuel economy varies by style, so we’ll break it out for you here with some ranges.
3.3-liter V6: between 17-20 mpg in the city and 22-25 mpg on the highway
2.7-liter EcoBoost V6: 18-20 mpg city and 23-26 mpg highway
3.5-liter EcoBoost V6: 15-18 mpg city, 18-25 mpg highway
5.0-liter V8: 15-17 mpg city, and 19-23 mpg highway
3.0-liter V6 diesel: 20-22 mpg city, and 25-30 mpg highway
Towing and payload ratings also vary widely, but the maximum towing capacity is 13,200 pounds, while payload tops out at 3,270 pounds.