Great as the truck might be, for years they've been pricing out customers on the Super-duty segment.
Sure, put a gun to someone's head and you'll be amazed at what they're willing to do to get the barrel pointed away from them.
Would love to see the real world mpg's of this 2.7L when you guys are able to test it and compare it to the 3.5L and the 5.0L. If you baby it, I bet it just might eclipse the mark set by the light...
All in all, how much fun was it to test drive this thing? Flooring it is never a bad idea. Just make sure you're on a straight 1/4 mile each time. And yes, from a Gen-Y, that much power is...
That's impressive power from both powertrains, but running between 14-17psi for boost? That's what's hampering the fuel efficiency. Not going to lie, I'd be flogging those motors all the time for...
Not too shabby for a stone-age "pushrod" engine, huh? There's more get out of them than people think!
I got your back on this. No manual offering in a Subaru? That's a disgrace.
Preach on, my brother!
I always thought that there were already solutions to mitagate turbo lag: ie, lighter weight flywheel and gearing selection?
Even though this is a compliance vehicle, would you say it was as much fun or less fun to drive compared to the Abarth?