timhood

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my 2008 F 150 4X4 5.4L V8 gets 9/10 city - 15 highway :cry:

I'll be happy as sh*t if my Bronco gets 20.1 mpg 😋
Oof, you have some heavy shoes. Our 2004 F150 FX4 SuperCrew 5.4 easily averages 14 city and 17 highway, 18 with careful cruising. If you're going to only get 9, might as well get a sports car. 😄
 

phillyfx4

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Oof, you have some heavy shoes. Our 2004 F150 FX4 SuperCrew 5.4 easily averages 14 city and 17 highway, 18 with careful cruising. If you're going to only get 9, might as well get a sports car. 😄
actually no .....look, we're swapping engines and you're footing the bill .....
thanks 🍻
 

MayhemMike

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The complaints of possible fuel mileage remind me of a friend of mine who bought a used Corvette, then moaned and groaned over the cost of tires, and brakes. Why anyone is concerned about the mileage of a three ton off road vehicle , just baffles me. If mpg is such a priority, then you are looking at the wrong vehicle. I get a kick out of folks who are consumed with mpg, but move to homes that are no where near their place of employment. I chuckle when they look for every conceivable way to increase mileage EXCEPT, when it comes to shedding 100 pounds or so of their body personal mass. The long black station wagon that provides you with that last ride to the cemetery only gets 12 miles to the gallon, so live it up while you can. If mpg is critical, buy a mountain bike with a rear snow tire. Lol
 

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