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View Poll Results: Should Ford Have Kept the 6.2L V8 for the 2015 F150?
Yes, it should be able across the lineup.
Yes, but only on high end models like in 2014
No, it isnt needed and the previous take rate proves that.
I just feel Ford is making a blunder not offering the engine in at least a limited production truck, even in this day and age, there are still folks that purchase a vehicle for the way it makes them feel, and driving experience and not MPG stats, etc.
I have no doubt Ford trucks will remain on top, but I feel it will be a smaller margin, the above mentioned consumer will swap to a Ram or a GM with 6.2L.
2014 F250 6.7L PSD,Platinum 4x4, White, Pecan Leather, FX4 package.
2013 Range Rover Sport HSE LUX, Fuji White (Wife's)
i say keep the 6.2L i regret i was not allowed to factory order my 2014
i love the 5.0L dont get me wrong it owns my 1995 5.Slow but i want to know that if i Step on her there is no question im flying... people who buy a 6.2 need it to haul heavy or haul a$$ why else would u buy one its not a cruise the slow shopping mall scene kinda engine...
as for ford i love ford and will continue to buy one i just wish i had a 6.2L but hey we cant win them all right...
6.2L Hennessy tuned - just a suggestion
2014 F150 XLT XTR Blue Jean CCSB 5.0L 4x4
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