Click the LIKE button if you like this! (please) This is a 2011 Ford F150 Crewcab 4x4 with the Off Road package XLT with 33" off road tires and Aeroturbine Exhaust doing two 0-60 runs with the new Bully Dog Premium Fuel Tune
2012 Motor Trend Truck Of The Year! Picking A Winner
Get an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at our week long Truck Of The Year competition, and find out which contender wins the title of 2012 Motor Trend Truck Of The Year.
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F150 Ecoboost real city MPG
This is my 2011 F150 showing a REAL city MPG's at 16.4 steady. If you guys want to show your MPG's to the world, at least wait until the trip computer calculates the average before shooting the video and stop teasing people. As for those of you who live in flat-lands states where your highways are perfectly flat and have little or no dips or inclines. PLEASE! do us a favor, and let people know that your area is mostly flat and stop teasing people with those videos showing ridiculously high MPG's, because your MPGs are always going to be high. There are other people watching those videos believing their F150 ecoBoost will get the same MPG, when in reality they never will unless they move to a flat land state. I live and drive around Hagerstown, MD. and this video reflect my daily commute in and around the city.
Further - Bully Dog Fuel Economy Demo
Fuel Economy is important. Not even the most diehard diesel fanatic enjoys paying an arm and a leg to fill up his ride. Thankfully, adding much needed power using the Triple Dog GT doesn't have to result in sticker shock at the pump. Bully Dog tunes promote a more efficient burn within the engine, which results in more power when you put your foot down, but can also reap more miles if you drive responsibly. The driving coach software included in the GT helps you do just that.
F150 Ecoboost Real Highway MPG
From Waynesboro to Dulles Intl. Airport, a 74mile trip of mostly highway driving, but a lot of ups and down especially on the I-70 run to Frederick there are two hills to go over, and on RT. 15 there are some ups and downs as you travel towards VA, and there are some stop lights on that road, and I still got 21.3MPG average pushing 65-75MPH when I could. Total round trip after I got home 156 miles cause we stopped to eat. 20.9MPG complete. I am impressed.