F-150 is the only truck in its segment that offers direct injected and turbocharged engines. Ram’s 3.0L EcoDiesel notwithstanding. Wayne Gerdes – CleanMPG – July 10, 2016 The F-150 with the 2.7L EcoBoost w/ Start/Stop (shown) offers an EPA rating of 19/26 mpgUS city/highway although that estimate is inflated a bit. Power and efficiency from lower weight. Ford's 15 F-150 Loses 700 pounds! also shows how displacement downsizing is a key multiplier to improve both straight line performance and efficiency. The all-new 2.7L EcoBoost I4 w/ Auto Start/Stop in a lightweight Ford F-150 is a game changer. This fall, the all-new 2nd gen 3.5L EcoBoost with standard Auto Start-Stop and an all-new 10-speed AT will continue the story with even more power and better efficiency, providing at least 30 lb.-ft. more peak torque compared with the first-generation 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine. 2017 2nd gen 3.5L EcoBoost V6 Since January of 2011 with the introduction of the excellent 3.5L EcoBoost in that years F-150, these efficient and powerful engines have been leading truck sales. Over the course of 1 million pickups so equipped sold, have saved customers a staggering amount of fuel. Ford states 110 million gallons of gas has been saved when the combined ratings for 2011-16 F-150 EcoBoost are compared to the V8 models they replaced, and an assumed 15,000 miles driven per truck per year. I would guess maybe 40 to 50 million gallons of fuel have actually been saved vs. the truly pathetic offerings that were/are on the road even today. That result is an astounding number all on its own. 2015 4X4 Ford F-150 with the 2.7L EcoBoost EcoBoost Sales Increasing It took more than 1,000 days to sell the first 400,000 EcoBoost engines. It has taken 2,000 days to sell 1 million and the trend is accelerating. The 2.7L EcoBoost is selling at a rate of more than 13,000 orders in the last two months. Combined with the 3.5L version, the two EcoBoost engines have sold more than 300,000 units in 2016 alone.