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This is a nice article with hands on testing. The photo of the engine compartment looks like it might take a really large shoehorn to fit a V6 into the truck... Interior looks very nice and comfortable. Thanks for posting this link.

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The comments after that article are hilarious...

i think Ford will end up putting the 2.7 Ecoboost in the US Ranger Raptor (and maybe a diesel option??)

you heard it here first.
 
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This is a nice article with hands on testing. The photo of the engine compartment looks like it might take a really large shoehorn to fit a V6 into the truck... Interior looks very nice and comfortable. ...
Without illumination from below or a better look, its hard to say. Considering what they can squeeze under the hood of most cars, fitting a V8 under this not-so-small truck hood should be no problem. I'm sure we'll see someone do it in the next 3 months.
 
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The 2.7 EB fits in the Fusion, Edge, and a handful of Lincolns. The 3.0 TT(basically a punched out 2.7) fits in the MKZ and the Continental.
 
 


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