Just more than three years after its introduction, popularity of Ford’s 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine continues to grow among F-150 customers as its cumulative fuel savings continue to increase.
In the past 38 months, F-150 EcoBoost owners collectively have saved an estimated 56.8 million gallons of gas on an annual basis. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, that’s equal to:
•A city in which 70,000 homes going without electricity for a year
•6,685 tanker trucks’ worth of gasoline
•Installing 139 wind turbines
Over the last three years, retail registrations of light-duty pickups powered by V6 engines grew more than 600 percent, with F-150 directly responsible for 91 percent of that growth, based on Ford analysis of Polk retail registration data.