Ford F-150 and Expedition’s Engine Output Revealed For 2018 Models
Ford has left all of us curious about its F-150 2018 model and Expedition since it hasn’t revealed all of their specs. But now the company has gone past this lack of information and has revealed all the information on the gasoline engines used in the cars. The details about the infotainment system and the pricing were earlier declared, but this new information shows overall gains across all domains.
Within the Ford F-150, the downsized naturally aspirated variant is a 3.3-litre V6 that packs eight horsepower more than the bigger 3.5-liter engine, to reach a total of 290 Horsepower; and has gains of 16.5 Nm Torque to arrive at a solid 360 Nm.
Even though the 2.7-liter EcoBoost V6 engine doesn’t get any extra power; the engine gets a boost of 34 Nm extra in the torque department bringing the torque to 542 Nm. The V8 model with a 5.0-litre engine is no less and has 395 horsepower and 542 Nm torque. However, the regular F-150 and Raptor models with 3.5-litre Ecoboost engines possess the same output as previous year versions.
The Ford Expedition only has the EcoBoost 3.5-liter V6 to offer but in two variants, the standard version and the Expedition Platinum. Both the versions are reportedly stronger than the previous models. The standard version is available on the XL, XLT, and Limited trim; and has minor gains of 10 horsepower over the previous year model, giving it the same power as the Ford F-150. On the other hand, the Expedition Platinum pushed a step further because of the use of premium fuel to reach 400 horsepower.