miles per gallon?
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I have driven the 2008 F-350 and can honestly tell you that the fuel mileage on the new ford sucks, I can get twice the mileage out of a 1992 naturally aspirated non-turbo 7.3L. I have been a ford guy since birth and have nothing good to say about the 2008.
I just finished a 200 mile trip through the mountains towing a horse trailer 7.2 miles per gallon with the 2008 F350 6.4L diesel. I'm very disappointed. I'm averaging around 8.5-9 city. They can't be serious.
Mileage wasn't great to begin with...13.4 town empty 8.8 towing 20,00 pound trailer (4.30 gears). I could live with it until recall installed regen kit....now get 8.4 at 65 empty and 4.5-6.4 at same speed pulling 15000 lbs. Ford says loss of power is expected while system cleans exhaust filter but truck has about as much power as a 4cyl gas.... SUCKS big time. I would not have purchased the truck if I had known this was coming. Any suggestions?
if you want 30 mpg buy a hybrid, i would drive my f350 even if it were 5 mpg, if you wamt to roll big you gotta pay big, otherwise grab a purse and lipstick and park the truck.......fairy!
how do i figure the gas milage from colorado to montana, coming to montana empty and bring back a car to colorado driving a 2007 F350
I have f350 2008 get 3.8 miles per gal can't give the truck away
boys I bought a 2014 f250 6.2 engine two wheel drives made in july 2013 that came with 10000 gvw equipt with locking mecanical differential must have been ford getting rid of all their rear ends left in stock for not on sticker 373 rear end if I feather the gas pedal I get 18 city and 20 hyway and thats in the winter I expect to do a bit better in summer. truck has all kind of power and is a screaming machine, I feather the pedal and she runs at 1250 rpm at better than 45 mi per hour very pleased with the truck , one notation ain,t worth a shit in traction control must shut off get the rear end to lock in, with a little weight over the axles she is a beast
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