Thanks. I’m sure you’re right. The last time I had a similar commute I had a 2.7 and got 15.9. When I moved the same truck to Texas I got 19.1. The Atlanta traffic really sucks the mpgs out of anything.On your 19.2 mpg I wouldn't worry I'm sure if it was an EcoBoost it would be around 15
Like all engines I believe from factory they are pretty tight give it 5k hopefully it gets better
Probably a cost saving measure.. half quart times 1 million trucks = big money in ford's bank. Just checked mine and it shows the same, level is about 1/4 up the dip stick and still in the hashed area. 2500 mi.I wouldn’t sweat it. I just changed mine for the first time yesterday. It’s got 3.5 k ( I’m not much on 10 k oil changes.) and it was about 1/2 quart low before I changed it. Makes me wonder if ford is putting 6 quarts in from the factory. The listed capacity is 6.5.
Same here, just had oil and filter changed at...700 miles. It took just under 7q to fill it completely to the upper dipstick mark. it was half way down the stick at 700 miles before changing. I agree with the cost saving measure, or someone just messed up exactly how much this motor ACTUALLY takes. Had the oil filter apart, not a single piece of shaving present...hopefully I got a good one. The guy on you tube took his oil filter apart and it had more than several large slivers of metal in it :surprise:Probably a cost saving measure.. half quart times 1 million trucks = big money in ford's bank. Just checked mine and it shows the same, level is about 1/4 up the dip stick and still in the hashed area. 2500 mi.