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Ford F-150 EcoBoost Sales Hit 400,000 Unit Milestone

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The seemingly magical EcoBoost engine has been winning awards globally, so marrying it to the outrageously popular Ford F-150 seems like a no brainer. Luckily, Ford caught onto this idea quickly, creating the perfect match usually reserved for Disney movies and romantic comedies. Since the introduction of this wondrous pairing in February 2011, Ford F-150 EcoBoost sales have reached 400,000 units, which accounts for 45 percent of all F-150s sold in that same span.

Ford F-150 Ecoboost

The Ford F-150 Ecoboost pickup truck has sold 400,000 unites and helped save an estimated 45 million gallons of gas.

“Ford is delivering great fuel economy across our lineup, from EcoBoost in our F-150 and 15 other vehicles to our electrified vehicles,” said Doug Scott, Ford truck group marketing manager, in the automaker’s press release. “Fuel economy is the No. 1 unmet need for truck customers, which is why the F-150 EcoBoost’s leading combination of fuel economy and capability is resonating so well.”

With 400,000 units sold, the F-150 EcoBoost has helped save an estimated 45 million gallons of gas annually without sacrificing any of the power needed in a pickup. The gallons of gas saved by the pickup exceeds even that of popular Toyota and Tesla plug-in electrified vehicles sold in the U.S, while the F-150 EcoBoost outsold its nearest competitor in the western United States by 67 percent.

We think this kind of combination of fuel efficiency and power is a match made in heaven. Make sure you stop by your local Ford dealer today to see what the F-150 EcoBoost has to offer!

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