The Ford Triton V-10 motor used in the F-250 pickup truck returns an average of approximately 10 miles per gallon based on user-reported fuel consumption figures. Variations in fuel use may occur between individual vehicles depending on the cab style of the truck and the inclusion of four-wheel drive.
The Triton V-10 is a member of Ford's Modular engine family of V-8 and V-10 engines primarily used on trucks and vans with the Super Duty designation, as well as some motor home chassis. The engine produces 362 peak horsepower and 475 foot-pounds of torque. A five-speed TorqShift automatic transmission is standard on most vehicles with Triton engines.