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I'm not about the flipper lifestyle, lol. I just want to custom build my forever car and get it straight from the factory and be done with it like I did with Subaru 8 years ago :)
it's up to Ford to release before the competition.
Just looked up the 3.3L hybrid - I didn't know Ford already rigged one up. Specs for the current explorer hybrid below;
3.3L V6 Hybrid engine
322 lb-ft Torque
Looks like the hybrid system gets there 3.3 into its max torque way earlier which is cool. (2500 vs 4000 rpm)
Not sure how I...
One of my biggest issues rear storage / utility, has been fixed. Woo!
The under seat storage looks good, too. They even have rear vents :o the future is now
They seem to have left themselves a fair amount of configurability, so it'll be interesting to see what they do over its 8 year life. I adore the 2.7 though, so if I can get that without going raptor I will.
This is my current conundrum right now, lol. X-Plan pricing is much more aggressive with the F-150 vs the Ranger, and I could get a tricked out super crew XLT for less than $10k more than a base lariat ranger - even closer with the supercab (Or a tricked out STX for not much more) F-150 gets all...
The 2.7 has been around for a while, which is reassuring. They iterated on/improved it in 2018, too. I like tiny boosted gas engines because I can stay out of the boost and get solid fuel economy, but the power is there when I need it. Very torque-y, like a baby diesel, but retains the horsepower.
Honestly, the F-150 with the 2.7 is the closest competition for my next purchase right now. (mayyyybe the new Frontier, but it's about to be leapfrogged by everyone) I love that engine and the f-150 is only a few hundred pounds heavier than the current Ranger, so it scoots. Definitely jealous of...