The Ford F-150 Adopts Diesel Engine Spring 2018

The origins of the long-awaited F-150 diesel engine began about ten years ago when Ford teased it at the 2008 North American International Show, advertising a possible 2010 release. Due to a variety of factors, not least of which being the 2008 recession, the F-150's diesel option never saw the light of day until now. Ford-lovers everywhere are getting ready for the debut of this new engine and we can't wait to see what Ford will do with the increasingly popular style of truck engine.

The 3.0-liter V6 Power Stroke Diesel is not wholly new for this model year; it was created during a joint venture between Ford and the French automaker PSA and smaller versions have been used in different models throughout the automotive industry. The version found in the F-150 is hugely upgraded so it excels when working with a heavier truck.

This engine will debut Spring 2018 and join the ranks among the F-150's several other engines. Ford expects the diesel-powered F-150 to be the most fuel-efficient F-150 available. Along with superb economy, the diesel F-150 achieved a whopping 11,400-lb. towing capacity.

The diesel will be available in the Lariat, Platinum, King Ranch, and Limited trims. If you are looking to give your truck a serious upgrade in efficiency and capability, then look into purchasing a Ford F-150 equipped with the new diesel engine in Henderson, TX.

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