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Old 05-31-2010, 10:44 PM
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Expedition with a small diesel?

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Made in the same foundry and plant as the 6,7-liter Scorpion. This engine would be a hit in F-150. Already in production
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been a theory tossed around in the 2009+ forum for quite some time.

not really a reality. when gas was $4.5 to $5 a gallon in 2008, there was a huge push to get a diesel in the bigger trucks/SUV's...but now that it's under $2.50 in most areas...not so much.


we might someday see one, but more likely we'll see the Ecoboost first
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Diesel would be very nice for towing, where torque is what really counts, not horsepower at 5000 rpm!

Just back from two weeks in the UK with a rental car. Ford Mondeo with a 2.0 turbo diesel engine. Very nice in this size car! Over 200 lb-ft of torque coupled to a 5- or 6-speed transmission so she had plenty of Go. Computer showed an average of 48 miles per gallon for about 1500 miles of mixed driving. Was paying £1.18 for low sulfur diesel -- per Liter! -- so the high mileage was appreciated. Diesel was cheaper than "petrol" in Britain by about 10p/liter.

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