Just because Ford states it will tow 10,000lbs doesn't mean that it's going to be easy to do it. 8 mpg would be great if towing that much weight with a F-150.
I don't think adding any of that is going to add 1 mpg, I've got 24 mpg + mixed but I am around 21.1mpg lifetime. I have noticed that...
I can't believe I am getting my second 2023 F-150 before some of you take delivery on one. I don't understand how Ford's order selection goes but its beyond FUBAR'd.
Ive also been on the never ending wait for the 2022 Raptor I had and it was a 800a, when it was a thing. I had an XL regular cab...
I had a 2022 and a 2022 refresh Silverado 1500. I know the 6.2 pretty well and it would have been my go to except it wasn't available, the trucks I had were diesel. Don't run 87 in it!
The center console shifter is something else. It's backwards and I never thought the way it was designed was...
The adaptive learning strategy is for the most part, adapted to the way I drive.
Using hand calculated mileage with mixed driving the small gain in fuel economy isn't worth the potential for problems that could occur from a business stand point. The 5.0L I ordered could burn a quart of oil every...
I am trading my 2023 PB for a 2023 5.0L.
The PB has more power, a generator and will average about 2-3 more mpg in mixed conditions for me. I do not like the transition from electric to gas and the momentary hesitation to and from, especially at a stop.
I've yet to see before and after track runs or draggy times in videos. I really prefer apples to apples comparisons before and after with same fuel type. I know there is room for optimization but not as much as claimed.
Neither company will turn off the CEL light due to the EPA
My 5.0 order was shipped. I received an email this morning about 3 days after it showed "shipped" on order tracker.
The Powerboost is no doubt a great truck for most people. I just don't like the transition from electric to hybrid mode, especially the delay if needing to turn left or right...
I received my 2023 Powerboost on 12/23.
I have a 2023 5.0 built on 11/24 that has had 5 eta changes now I'm 1/9-1/15Both XLT302a's, same color and options minus 7.2kw on board and engine.
I would have thought the opposite but glad it happened. I hate the Powerboost
I've noticed the same (#2-#7)
On one trip of 196 miles round trip, 36.6 were electric miles which showed 20.7mpg using Shell 93 octane. This was a mix of city and highway.
Glad you are enjoying your truck!
You're missing the overall picture but the second statement is on the money. The XL and XLT's are the most profitable trucks for Ford Corporate.
They may not offer certain features at purchase but would create a "dealer add on" with an overly expensive interface and then you pay the dealer...
My feelings don't matter.
Forscan allows a user to modify features of the vehicle and add options or delete features. Ford doesn't want lower trims to have the ability to add cruise control or other functions that are part of a higher trim or package because it can reduce revenue.
I am not...
I sent OP what he needed to get into Forscan. 2023 doesn't have as many module configurations or "easy mode" it's mostly as built data configuration.
Once Ford fully switches to FNV architecture, Forscan and any other program to modify functions would be useless
Send me your VIN in a PM and I will decode your build data and provide the strategy number it's asking. Please make sure all OTA updates are installed first.
Edit: Update OBDLink drivers as well. v2.3.50 and the beta v.51 software given to me would NOT work.
DelFelsko, I use it but not as much as I did before the housing market upswing. I just want basic deviation from panel to panel and/or top to bottom.
Impression so far:
I drove 100 miles yesterday, 85% highway. I'm at my in-laws for Christmas. I'm going to conveniently go out for awhile and...