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F-350 gas mileage?

Discussion in 'Ford Trucks' started by KSB, Jan 10, 2011.

  1. KSB

    KSB Member
    Messages: 40

    I have a 2008 f-350 pickup with the triton gas engine. The truck has 45,000 miles on it and all I get get for gas mileage with it is 6 miles a gallon. Anyone experience this type of mileage? The dealer says there is nothing wrong with it. Any ideas?
  2. Cherryco

    Cherryco Junior Member
    Messages: 11

    I have an 08 F350 supercab with an 8' bed. It has the 5.4 and an Automatic Trans. The computer says I am getting 11.8 MPG. The truck has 70K miles.
  3. snoway63

    snoway63 Senior Member
    Messages: 344

    I have an 05 f350 superduty 6.8 and i get about 8-9 highway and 7 local
  4. t4dodge

    t4dodge Member
    Messages: 86

    2001 F350, 7.3, Auto, CC, SRW, 4x4, 147k
    without plow; 16mpg
    without plow towing 12ft trailer; 14mpg
    with MM2 plow and 900# of ballast; 12mpg
  5. Cherryco

    Cherryco Junior Member
    Messages: 11

    1999 f350

    I just checked my old truck that my dad is now driving. It is a 99 F350 with a V10. The truck has 232K on it. The computer in the truck says 7.8 MPG.
  6. swtiih

    swtiih PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,179

    Is this the v8 or v10. City or highway, towing or not towing, what size gears.
    Don't trust the readout hand calculate.
  7. Grumpydave

    Grumpydave Member
    Messages: 62

    '09 f-350 v10 automatic. hubs in automatic. This storm. Plow rte is 85 miles. Topped off tank 3 times, same station same place in route, reset miles/gal each time. only weight difference was snow packed in on truck. 1st pass 3-7" snow 9.2 mpg. 2nd pass 7-10' snow 6.8 mpg. 3rd pass 6-8' snow 7.4 mpg. I have to admit that I don't worry about fuel economy while I'm plowing. If I was down to 3mpg I'd worry but big motors use a lot of fuel when they're working hard.