PO Box 958
Kalispell, MT 59903
Used 2015 Ford F-150 4X4Pre-Owned 2015 Ford F-150 Platnium-Maroon-TOP OF THE LINE-Loaded-Heated & Cooled Leather-Twin Turbo 3.5V6--Eco Boost-365 Horsepower-Only 6K Miles-Nav-Back Up Camera-Like New-Priced to Sell-17/23 MPG-UNDER $50K!!!!
We just took in on Consignment with Flawless, Loaded to the MAX, Maroon 2015 Ford F-150 Platinum 4X4 Crew Cab. So many Features and Options, I don't know where to begin.
The 3.5-liter Eco-Boost V-6 feels as powerful as a small V-8 engine and is very quiet and smooth around town. The ride is composed and a 360-degree camera system helps negotiate tight quarters. Optional massage seats ease fatigue during longer hauls.
Under the hood of our F-150 breathes Ford's 3.5-liter twin-turbocharged Eco-Boost V-6 engine. Ford claims that this 365-horsepower, 420-pound-foot engine boasts the power of a V-8 and the efficiency of a V-6.
The first thing that I noticed when firing up the Eco-Boost-ed F-Series is how quiet the 3.5-liter engine is. At idle and when cruising, it's barely audible and nearly vibration-free. Around town and in traffic, the Eco-Boost feels powerful enough to motivate the massive truck without feeling taxed, but a digital boost meter on the dashboard let me know that I'd barely begun to stress the engine's capability.
The engine is mated to a single-option six-speed automatic transmission that connects to all four wheels via an electronic differential and a two-speed transfer case. Using a knob on the dashboard, I could toggle between rear-wheel drive and three different flavors of permanent four-wheel drive configurations. For my fuel economy testing and light-load hauling, I spent the vast majority of my testing in the two-wheel drive setting.
The EPA reckons that the 2015 Ford F-150 with the Eco-Boost V-6 is good for 17 mpg in the city, 23 mpg on the highway and 19 mpg combined. I started my test with the aforementioned highway cruise and ended the 4-hour trip at 18.2 mpg. Our example was equipped with the optional 36-gallon extended-range fuel tank, so I had plenty of fuel left over at the end of that trip. The rest of the week's driving was around town commuting, which included helping a friend move. By the time the low-fuel light came on, the trip computer was indicating 15.7 mpg.
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