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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 2015 Ford Escape front-wheel drive with a 1.6-liter, four-cylinder engine has an average fuel economy of 23 miles per gallon city and 32 miles per gallon highway. Fuel economy varies for other years and models of the Escape.


To identify a Ford engine, decode the engine identification tag of the engine, which is displayed in various locations depending on the engine. As of 2015, this method works for all Ford engines built after January 1964.


The Ford Eco Boost 20 and Eco Boost 35, released in 2010, featured engine displacements of 122 cubic inches and 213.3 cubic inches, respectively. The Eco Boost 16, also released in 2010, featured an engine displacement of 97.4 cubic inches.


As of 2015, the Honda Accord LX Manual Sedan has a regular, unleaded engine that delivers 185 horsepower at 6400 RPM. It also has a manual transmission with overdrive. The engine also has 4 in-line cylinders and a displacement of 2.4 liters/144.


To find torque specs for new Ford vehicles, visit Ford.com, and find the specific vehicle. To find torque specs for older Ford models, browse Edmunds.com, and select a specific Ford vehicle. Torque is usually listed under engine specs.


Ethanol gas provides high quality, high octane to ensure high car engine performance and reduced emissions. Ethanol also prevents wintertime problems because it acts as a gas-line antifreeze. It therefore comes in handy for drivers living in cold weather climates because they don’t need to buy de-ic


The Jeep 4.0-liter engine uses a cast iron block and cylinder head. It comes in both an inline-6 and inline-4 cylinder version and the specifications vary, depending on the vehicle.


As of 2015, Chevrolet's ZZ572/720R Deluxe Dyno big-block engine is a cast-iron V8 with four-bolt main caps, a forged-steel crankshaft, forged-steel shot peened connecting rods and forged aluminum pistons. The engine has a 572-cubic-inch displacement with a 4.560-inch by 4.375-inch bore/stroke ratio.


The 4.6-liter Triton V8 engine gets an estimated 14 miles per gallon in the city and 19 miles per gallon on the highway. Ford used the Triton name on its modular engine from 1997 until 2010. The automaker used the engine in Ford pickups in V8 and V10 sizes.