Hmm..... I’d sure hope for low 20’s at least. I dunno. When my lease is up I’d love better mileage, but I haven’t seen any results showing the new PowerBoost hitting near the 24/24. And I don’t want to add the complexity of the EcoBoost if it’s not going to get much better MPG than the Coyote.
What are you getting? I have the 5.0. I get 16 around town; 14 in the coldest weather; and 20 highway. My driving is country/suburban roads in SW PA. Lots of stop signs, 35 mph speed limits, and tons of hills.
I knew MPG wasn’t going to be this truck’s strong suit, but I was only getting 16-17 in my 2017 Explorer, so this is, as they said in Dances With Wolves, a “good trade”. And my longtime salesman said I’d have to shoot him before he’d let me buy a 2.7EB. 😂
Here’s what I want to see: Fitting the factory-available power running boards to an XLT; and knowing how much the dealer charges to do that. It’s ridiculous that the cheapest way to get these from the factory is to get a Lariat with the optional $6,000+ High package; and only then do you get to...
At what trim level are auto-adjusting headlights included or offered? I see this one is a Platinum. I’d assume it’s not available on an XLT 302A?
Also, as the owner of a 2000 XLT with dim yellowish halogen lights, I can say the pure white beams projected in this video are pure nirvana.
I absolutely despise the halogens on my 2020 F150 XLT. They’re almost dim yellowish, like when the alternator is going. Is it possible to swap out the LEDs from a Lariat? I’m willing to swap the housings & everything. The aftermarket brands just look too aftermarket.
I’ve been following Mike for years, since he was a salesman for Moon Township Ford, doing Ford review videos on the side. His reviews are the absolute best, and he’s made a nice career out of it. Good on him.