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The Ford 3.0L Power Stroke V6 will be dropped from the F-150 lineup in the near future, Ford Authority has learned. The engine, which first debuted on the 2018 Ford F-150, likely got crowded out by the other engines in the current lineup, with most being members of the EcoBoost family of gasoline turbocharged powerplants.

2021 Ford F-150 Powertrains
Engine 3.3L Ti-VCT V6 2.7L EcoBoost V6 5.0L V8 3.0L Power Stroke diesel V6 3.5L EcoBoost V6 3.5L PowerBoost V6
Power (horsepower @ RPM) 290 @ 6,500 325 @ 5,000 400 @ 6,000 250 @ 3,250 400 @ 6,000 430 @ 6,000
Torque (lb-ft @ RPM) 265 @ 4,000 400 @ 3,000 410 @ 4,250 440 @ 1,750 500 @ 3,100 570 @ 3,000
Assuming Ford doesn’t axe any additional engines from the F-150 lineup, that would leave the truck with four different options, aside from the standard Ford 3.3L Duratec V6. Ford likely decided to ditch the oil burner for several reasons. For starters, its output lagged behind the Ford 3.5L EcoBoost V6 and the Ford 3.5L PowerBoost V6, although it still boasted quite a bit of torque at the low end. Additionally, the newly available hybrid powertrain brought some intriguing efficiency gains with it, as the EPA rated the new powertrain at 24 mpg combined city/highway with four-wheel drive. By contrast, the diesel is rated at 23 mpg combined with four-wheel drive.

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