Greenwashing or no, at least Ford is moving to green up its lineup. The company recently highlighted some of the reasons to buy a new F-150, including great residual value, powerful towing capacity, lots of award from all sorts of people and, right at the end, the detail that the whole range gets an eight percent fuel mileage increase. Models with the 5.4-liter V-8 engine get 12 percent. The new SFE package helps the F-150 get fuel economy numbers of 15 mpg city and 21 mpg highway. It's an impro
With Ford about to move forward with the delayed launch of its redesigned F1-50 full-sized pickups, the company has decided to emphasize the fuel economy improvements they've achieved. While the Dearborn brand is claiming an average improvement of eight percent across the entire F-150 lineup from 2008 to 2009, that wasn't enough. With last month's announcement from GM that it would add XFE models to its full-size pickups and SUVs, Ford decided to match its rival. Buyers will be able to opt for t
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