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Old 01-17-2010, 04:34 AM
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Exclamation WHAT ARE THE MPG's

I will ask the question no one has confirmed yet. Does anyone no what fuel mileage these trucks get??? I have read on here around 16mpg in the City. Do any of the company guys out there that have access to trucks take a peek? We no what they look like. We have seen hundreds of pics and even a few videos but, I need to no the mileage. Thanks Jim
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Old 01-17-2010, 10:43 AM
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I also need to know mileage numbers. I am ready to order today just need to compare 6.2 and 6.7 mileage.
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you mean 6.4 and 6.7
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you mean 6.4 and 6.7
I mean 6.2 gas vs 6.7 diesel. I'm ready to order a 2011 but want to see some mileage numbers first.
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Willing to bet the diesel will post the same numbers as the gasser...or be very very close..some people have driven the diesel and said it can hit 20+ on the open road with ease..
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I mean 6.2 gas vs 6.7 diesel. I'm ready to order a 2011 but want to see some mileage numbers first.
Just FYI, there is NEVER any official MPG ratings on any Diesel Trucks

And since that NO PRODUCTION TRUCKS are built yet, I doubt anyone knows this yet
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Old 01-22-2010, 03:44 AM
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Just FYI, there is NEVER any official MPG ratings on any Diesel Trucks

And since that NO PRODUCTION TRUCKS are built yet, I doubt anyone knows this yet
I know they don't rate the MPG but someone knows. I know what my 5.9 gets and everyone knows what the 6.0 and the 6.4 gets. I'm not trading my 20 MPG Dodge in for a Ford until I get an idea what kind of mileage to expect.
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Willing to bet the diesel will post the same numbers as the gasser...or be very very close..some people have driven the diesel and said it can hit 20+ on the open road with ease..
I would be happy with 20 MPG but do you think the gas motor will be that high.
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I know they don't rate the MPG but someone knows. I know what my 5.9 gets and everyone knows what the 6.0 and the 6.4 gets. I'm not trading my 20 MPG Dodge in for a Ford until I get an idea what kind of mileage to expect.
Again, no one knows because there is not a SINGLE PRODUCTION truck on the roads yet
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How about the Urea Injection System...anyone know much about it?

1) How much will the truck use? Are you gonna have to top up the urea tank every time you fuel up with diesel?

2) Have heard some scary things about urea gelling in the cold and vaporizing in the heat at temperatures that aren't even extreme...by Canadian standards
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