The mileage for a Ford Super Duty with a 6.8-liter Triton V10 engine is 9 mpg in the city and 10 mpg on the highway, according to Truck Trend. Equipped with a Triton V10 engine, the Ford Super Duty truck delivers 362 horsepower and 457 pounds of torque per foot.
The Ford Super Duty's Triton V10 is a three-valve, single overhead camshaft gasoline engine with a balance shaft design. The Triton V10 engine is paired with a six-speed transmission and a live drive output shaft for power takeoff operations, explains PickupTrucks.com. Trucks in the Ford Super Duty line weigh over 8,500 pounds and are built on heavy-duty steel ladder frames. Some Super Duty models also offer the Triton V8 or power stroke diesel engine.