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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. 41 56.94%
Yes, but only on high end models like in 2014 6 8.33%
No, it isnt needed and the previous take rate proves that. 25 34.72%
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Yes it should be an option. I don't care as I already got my 6.2 F-150 and you will have to pry it from my cold dead hands.

I drove all the current engine offerings and it's the only one that really puts that smile on my face.
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I saw a RAM commercial last night touting the 2015 Hemi 5.7L with 395 HP and up to 22 MPG's. It can be done with some technology but the 6.2L wasn't the answer.
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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.
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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


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