2021 F-150 epa mileage

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Here’s what the article said:

Here's how the EPA fuel economy ratings break down for 2021 F-150s running regular gasoline:

  • 2021 3.5-Liter Turbo V6 Hybrid, 4WD: 24 MPG combined, 24 MPG city/24 MPG highway
  • 2021 2.7-Liter Turbo V6, 2WD: 22 MPG combined, 20 MPG city/24 MPG highway
    • Ratings for the 2020 F-150 for this drivetrain combination: 22 MPG combined, 20 MPG city/26 MPG highway
  • 2021 3.3-Liter FlexFuel V6, 2WD: 21 MPG combined, 20 MPG city/24 MPG highway
    • Ratings for the 2020 F-150 for this drivetrain combination: 22 MPG combined, 19 MPG city/25 MPG highway
  • 2021 2.7-Liter Turbo V6, 4WD: 21 MPG combined, 19 MPG city/24 MPG highway
    • Ratings for the 2020 F-150 for this drivetrain combination: 20 MPG combined, 18 MPG city, 23 MPG highway
  • 2021 3.3-Liter FlexFuel V6, 4WD: 20 MPG combined, 19 MPG city/22 MPG highway
    • Ratings for the 2020 F-150 for this drivetrain combination: 20 MPG combined, 18 MPG city, 23 MPG highway
  • 2021 3.5-Liter Turbo V6, 2WD: 20 MPG combined, 18 MPG city/24 MPG highway
    • Ratings for the 2020 F-150 for this drivetrain combination: 19 MPG combined, 17 MPG city/23 MPG highway
  • 2021 3.5-Liter Turbo V6, 4WD: 20 MPG combined, 18 MPG city/23 MPG highway
    • Ratings for the 2020 F-150 for this drivetrain combination: 18 MPG combined, 16 MPG city/22 MPG highway
  • 2021 5.0-Liter FlexFuel V8, 2WD: 20 MPG combined, 17 MPG city/24 MPG highway
    • Ratings for the 2020 F-150 for this drivetrain combination: 19 MPG combined, 17 MPG city/23 MPG highway
  • 2021 5.0-Liter FlexFuel V8, 4WD: 19 MPG combined, 16 MPG city/22 MPG highway
    • Ratings for the 2020 F-150 for this drivetrain combination: 18 MPG combined, 15 MPG city/21 MPG highway
 

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Wish we had a hybrid option. As it stands though, melt all the dinosaurs and pour them in my tank! ?
 

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Pretty in line with what I get in the Camaro SS. I'd be happy with the same out of the Bronco.
 

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I assume those will be close. I get about 21MPG now all in with my 2.7 4WD Crew Cab F150. 24 or better on the highway, 19 in the city roughly. Bronco should average 20 with the numerically higher gear ratios and larger tires.
 

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I find that encouraging and 1-2 better than I expected... We're lighter, but geared lower. Or higher? Lol
 

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My 17 F-150 with the 3.5 turbo gets no were near the claimed mpg on the hwy. They claim 23 mpg. Even if on flat hwy at 55 mpg it only gets 21 mpg. I get a solid 18-19 mpg around town.

I figure the Bronco will be the same at best.

Ford has been sued many times for not meeting their claims, class action law suits.
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