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What are the engine options for the 2019 Ford F-150?

Ford F-150 Engine Guide at Germain Ford of Beavercreek

Now more than ever before, the Ford F-150 is available with a comprehensive lineup of potent engine combinations that are perfectly suited to the needs of all types of truck buyers. The introduction of the 3.0L Turbo Diesel V6 which wears the venerable Power Stroke® badge as a mark of legendary reliability and capability has expanded the capability of the F-150 even further. In addition to the optional Power Stroke® diesel, you’ll also have your choice of five additional engine configurations to help you make short work of your to-do list. Germain Ford of Beavercreek has assembled this in-depth guide to help you understand the advantages and strengths of each F-150 engine in terms of capability, efficiency, and durability.

Horsepower & Torque

Designed to suit the needs of any driver, every F-150 engine delivers an unrivaled blend of horsepower and torque to help you tackle all types of jobs. View the table below for a breakdown of the horsepower and torque ratings for each F-150 engine.

Ford F-150 Horsepower
EngineHorsepowerTorque
3.3L Ti-VCT V6290 HP265 lb-ft
2.7L EcoBoost® Twin-Turbocharged V6325 HP400 lb-ft
3.0L Power Stroke® Turbo Diesel V6250 HP440 lb-ft
5.0L Ti-VCT V8395 HP400 lb-ft
3.5L EcoBoost® Twin-Turbocharged V6375 HP470 lb-ft
H.O. EcoBoost® Twin-Turbocharged V6450 HP510 lb-ft

Capability

Capability and towing capacity are two essential components of a truly great pickup truck. No matter if you’re carrying materials to the jobsite or towing your boat to the lake for a fishing trip, you’d expect your truck to have the ability to excel in any situation. The table below will help you understand the capabilities that each engine has to offer (when properly equipped).

Ford F-150 Capability
EngineMaximum Towing Capacity*Maximum Payload Capacity*
3.3L Ti-VCT V67,700 pounds1,990 pounds
2.7L EcoBoost® Twin-Turbocharged V69,000 pounds2,470 pounds
3.0L Power Stroke® Turbo Diesel V611,400 pounds2,020 pounds
5.0L Ti-VCT V811,600 pounds3,270 pounds
3.5L EcoBoost® Twin-Turbocharged V613,200 pounds3,230 pounds
H.O. EcoBoost® Twin-Turbocharged V68,000 pounds1,200 pounds

Efficiency

If you’re looking to save time and money at the pump, you’ll appreciate the cutting-edge engineering solutions found beneath the hood of every Ford F-150 model. Optional EcoBoost® and Power Stroke® diesel engine options deliver class-leading efficiency in addition to their outstanding performance capabilities.

Ford F-150 Engine Lineup
EngineCity MPG**Highway MPG**
3.3L Ti-VCT V619 MPG25 MPG
2.7L EcoBoost® Twin-Turbocharged V620 MPG26 MPG
3.0L Power Stroke® Turbo Diesel V623 MPG30 MPG
5.0L Ti-VCT V817 MPG23 MPG
3.5L EcoBoost® Twin-Turbocharged V618 MPG25 MPG
H.O. EcoBoost® Twin-Turbocharged V615 MPG18 MPG
Ford F-150 Silver

Ford F-150 Diesel vs. Gas vs. EcoBoost®

Although gasoline and diesel engines have many similarities, they are several key differences which set them apart when comparing efficiency and how they function. A key distinction between these two are how the achieve combustion. Gasoline engines depend on fuel and air compression made possible by spark plugs to ignite this air/fuel mixture. On the other hand, diesel engines depend on air compression alone to ignite fuel. Diesel fuel is also significantly more energy-dense than gasoline, allowing it to make more power with a smaller amount of fuel. The resulting blend of high-compression and energy-dense fuel allows for a more efficient engine overall.

Although EcoBoost® engines help bridge the gap between gasoline models and diesel engines through the use of advanced turbocharging technology and direct fuel injection, diesels allow for torque-heavy driving characteristics that are perfectly suited towards towing and hauling.

Germain Ford of Beavercreek invites you to browse our extensive inventory of new and used Ford F-150 models. Once you find one you like, come experience the power and capability of the F-150 on a test drive to discover why the F-150 has remained the best-selling truck in America for over 40 years.

*Max payload on F-150 XL Regular Cab, 8′ box, 5.0L V8 4X2, Heavy-Duty Payload Package and 18″ heavy-duty wheels (not shown). Max towing on F-150 XL SuperCrew®️ , 6.5′ box, 3.5L EcoBoost®️ 4X2, and Max Trailer Tow Package (not shown). Class is Full-Size Pickups under 8,500 lbs. GVWR based on Ford segmentation.

**EPA-estimated city/hwy mpg for the model indicated. See fueleconomy.gov for fuel economy of other engine/transmission combinations. Actual mileage will vary. On plug-in hybrid models and electric models, fuel economy is stated in MPGe. MPGe is the EPA equivalent measure of gasoline fuel efficiency for electric mode operation.