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    Ford F250 Owners...

    Anyone have a F250 Super Crew 4x4 with the gas 6.2 V8 in it?
    What mpg does the 6.2 get every day & highway?
    My Chevy 6.2 V8 1/2 ton Crew 4x4 did 16-17 every day & 20-21 highway before I lifted it & added 35" tires.

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    2019 F250 crewcab shortbed, getting 13 hwy. 2300 miles so may get a bit better
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    Wow... Thanks
    Was thinking of going that route on next truck purchase, but that sucks!
    I run 75-80 mph too most of the time, so it would get worse...

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    I thought my mpg was bad with Chevy 2500HD with my 8.1. I get the same mpg empty running 75mph.

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    I am getting 17 mpg in my 1 ton dually 6.7 powerstroke. With the price of difference of diesel I am sure it is a wash.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KCHOTBOAT View Post
    I am getting 17 mpg in my 1 ton dually 6.7 powerstroke. With the price of difference of diesel I am sure it is a wash.

    I was getting 17 with my 2011 with 6.7. The diff in diesel to unleaded, the cost of oil change and fuel filters makes it about even. I have a friend with a 2019 GMC gasser and he isn’t sniffing 14-15. Let’s see your dash mpg read out if 17 in the gassers. I have my doubts
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    Quote Originally Posted by Baja Fatboy View Post
    I was getting 17 with my 2011 with 6.7. The diff in diesel to unleaded, the cost of oil change and fuel filters makes it about even. I have a friend with a 2019 GMC gasser and he isnít sniffing 14-15. Letís see your dash mpg read out if 17 in the gassers. I have my doubts
    Mine is a diesel. My point with the cost difference it is a wash. My lifted jeep with 35 s only gets 16 mpg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KCHOTBOAT View Post
    Mine is a diesel. My point with the cost difference it is a wash. My lifted jeep with 35 s only gets 16 mpg.
    Sorry Richard I wasn’t clear. I believe the 17 in your diesel (and wasn’t questioning your points on costs). It’s the guys with the heavy gassers I have a hard time believing are getting 17-18 and being from Missouri I say show me. And not right after reset coasting down a hill. I reset my dash every time I filled my 6.7 and without fail it got right at 17 (and dash/computer calculated consumption was within 1/4 gallon). The oil change in my 6.7 (doing it myself) was usually about $100. The fuel filters cost was absurd.

    Unless the gasser has been modified I can’t see how there can be such a disparity in usage. I usually drive 5-8 over and mostly highway and the numbers shown above are what I see.





    BTW, the check was sent yesterday. Thanks for working with me on the lift.
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    Our 2013 and 2015 (both gas 6.2) averaged around 15 mpg with a mix of city and highway, not towing. That is why we switched to the F150, max. tow, rated at 12,000# tow package, 3.5, 6 cylinder turbo. Averaging about 22 mixed driving.

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    My F250 6.7 average around the lake 15-16! This is after I install a performance module designed to improve mpg. The module bumped me up 2-3!


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    Quote Originally Posted by gorilla View Post
    Our 2013 and 2015 (both gas 6.2) averaged around 15 mpg with a mix of city and highway, not towing. That is why we switched to the F150, max. tow, rated at 12,000# tow package, 3.5, 6 cylinder turbo. Averaging about 22 mixed driving.
    What Cab do you have?
    How much weight you towing with your Turbo V6 F150?

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    I have a 2009 F-250 V-10 11mpg on a good day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gorilla View Post
    Our 2013 and 2015 (both gas 6.2) averaged around 15 mpg with a mix of city and highway, not towing. That is why we switched to the F150, max. tow, rated at 12,000# tow package, 3.5, 6 cylinder turbo. Averaging about 22 mixed driving.
    That is what my F150 got until I added 35s and lifted it. I believe it dropped down to 17.

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    Just talked to a new 2019 1/2 ton Crew 4x4 Ram owner last night & he said its the nicest truck he has ever owned, but 14-15 mpg is all he can get in everyday driving going 30 miles to work with bout 25 miles of that highway. Every option but moon roof & has the Hemi with 3.90 gears I think he said... Has pulled 9500 lbs easy so far. Was a sharp looking truck through the bar windows...

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    I didn't have an F250, but my first Raptor did have the 6.2. I usually got around 12 in town and on a good day I might have gotten close to 16 on the highway. Any kind of cross or head wind would knock me down to about 13 instantly.

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