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Any 2011 F150 3.7L owners?

Just curious if there are any new 3.7L owners out there that want to share how they like their new truck? And maybe what kind of mileage your getting and what your gear ratio is in the truck.
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Too bad we can't order a 3.7L with either the Supercab or Screw in 4x4 or it would be my next daily rig.

I don't need the 5.0L with a PSD in the driveway, but I need interior room and 4wd......
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I might be mis-reading or not understanding your post, but the EB is available in a variety of configurations that contain both SCREW, 4x4, etc.
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I have one 20-21 hiway 17 -18 around town lite rt ft 1600 miles love it so far I also have a 2006 lincoln crew and like the 2011 just as well drive the 11 for my back and forth driver to work
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I have one 20-21 hiway 17 -18 around town lite rt ft 1600 miles love it so far I also have a 2006 lincoln crew and like the 2011 just as well drive the 11 for my back and forth driver to work
Good info thanks for posting michael.
Gets almost as good mileage as our Ford Edge
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I have one 20-21 hiway 17 -18 around town lite rt ft 1600 miles love it so far I also have a 2006 lincoln crew and like the 2011 just as well drive the 11 for my back and forth driver to work
Good stuff Michael...would you mind sharing what model, specs (4x4, 3.73, towing package, etc)?
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not sure what axle ratio but 2 wheel drive about the most basic f150 you can get but that is what I wanted. I"ve added hunning boards,hitch,7prong plug,linex ,toolbox just need cruise and I'm done I paid $18,777.00 I just need it for driving to work and as a second vehicle for us, my last truck was a 96 ranger 4cyl 245,000 miles looked at new rangers but the f150 was cheaper and gave me more room in cab and bed very happy with the puerchaes hope to drive it for 10 years like the ranger
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I might be mis-reading or not understanding your post, but the EB is available in a variety of configurations that contain both SCREW, 4x4, etc.
The 3.5 is EB engine. The 3.7 is the basic V6.
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I might be mis-reading or not understanding your post, but the EB is available in a variety of configurations that contain both SCREW, 4x4, etc.
The Ecoboost is available in all the configurations, I don't want one, I want the 3.7L normally aspirated V-6 in SCREW 4x4. I have a 7.3L PSD, I have no use for an EB.....what I do have is a 2001 Tundra that will eventually need to be replaced with something.

I would love to replace the Tundra with a smaller rig with reasonable mileage, but I'm not paying $25k+ for a used Tacoma with the same mileage as an F-150, I would rather have the F-150, and actually at that point I would have my wife drive that daily to the barn for the horse etc.

Too bad really.......
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I just purchased 2011 supercrew xlt with 5.0-----would have considered 3.7 non turbo had it been available.....that said, truck is great, lot of room and fun to drive....mpg is close to sticker.....17 mixed, 22 or so highway. 3.55 l/s ratio with 664 miles on odometer.
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Too bad we can't order a 3.7L with either the Supercab or Screw in 4x4 or it would be my next daily rig.

I don't need the 5.0L with a PSD in the driveway, but I need interior room and 4wd......
You can get it in the supercab. MPG though is same as 5.0V8 on sticker.
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The Ecoboost is available in all the configurations,.....
Not available in Reg Cab, Short Bed. That would be a fun pickup, maybe as much fun as my 00 Lightning.
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