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2021 Ford F-150 Hybrid Fuel Economy Ratings Revealed For Canada

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We’ve been learning more and more about the 2021 Ford F-150 PowerBoost hybrid in recent weeks, but one figure that everyone wants to hear about is its fuel economy. And now, Ford Authority has learned the 2021 Ford F-150 hybrid fuel economy ratings, albeit its Canadian figures, obtained by Natural Resources Canada.

There, 2021 Ford F-150 hybrid fuel economy is officially rated at 24 miles-per-gallon in the city and 24 miles-per-gallon on the highway, for a combined rating of 24 mpg. It’s important to note that U.S. EPA ratings could be different. Regardless, these numbers give the F-150 PowerBoost a yearly fuel expenditure of $2,450, while CO2 emissions come in at 229 g/km. Ford has previously said that the PowerBoost will travel up to 700 miles on a tank of gas.

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The new-for-2021 F-150 hybrid is also the most powerful in the 2021 lineup, as Ford’s 3.5L PowerBoost V6 produces 430 horsepower and 570 pound-feet of torque – the most torque ever in an F-150. That’s enough to edge out its non-hybrid counterpart, Ford’s 3.5L EcoBoost V6, which is now rated at 400 horsepower and 500 pound-feet of torque.

Despite its power advantage, the Ford F-150 PowerBoost carries lower payload and towing capacity ratings than the non-hybrid 3.5L EcoBoost powerplant. The PowerBoost comes with a max payload rating of 2,120 pounds, while the EcoBoost can carry up to 3,250 pounds. In terms of towing, the EcoBoost is rated at a maximum of 14,000 pounds, while the PowerBoost will pull up to 12,700 pounds.

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The 3.5L PowerBoost option can be added to any trim level of the 2021 Ford F-150, so long as it’s a SuperCrew cab. The PowerBoost is an extra-cost option on all 2021 Ford F-150 models, but the price depends on the trim level. Adding PowerBoost to the XL and XLT trims adds $4,500 to the MSRP, $3,300 for the Lariat, $2,500 to the King Ranch and Platinum trims, and $1,900 for the Limited trim.

We’ll have much more on the new F-150 hybrid very soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for the latest Ford F-Series news, Ford F-150 news, and continuous Ford news coverage.

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View Comments (10)

  • Ford F150 looks great and the 24/24 fuel rating and 700 miles range is great. The Bat has just been reset again

  • Doesn't Canada use an Imperial gallon which is larger that in the US? Also, any idea what model/configuration this is for - ie. FWD, 2WD, etc?

    • Yes, but these gallons are U.S. gallons.

      The configuration isn't specified... so we'll try to dig some more on that one.

  • There is no way it is safe for the F-150 to pull 14,000 pounds. People that have never pulled a trailer will see those numbers and buy a huge trailer that the truck can’t necessarily handle. My 2012 F150 was only rated at 12,000 and my 6300 LB trailer made the truck work pretty hard Especially in the mountains. Never mind braking,

    • I agree. I have a 2018 with a 6800lbs trailer and after doing some trips through the Rocky Mountains I wouldn't go any heavier than that. Able to make it power wise, brakes barely make it for the challenge though.

  • Please get ride of this disgusting ad from my feed!! I have indicated that I do not want to see it again multiple times but it keeps appearing.

  • It would be nice that the writers get the right mileage calculations for Canada correct. Please use litres per 100 kilometer and kilometers instead of miles.

  • I have gotten 1100 km a tank running shell premium v power in my 2015 3.5 ecoboost going up northern ontario. Excited to see what this can do.

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