2011 Ford Pickup Truck

Ford is a big car companies, including the type of pickup truck. And Ford has recently withdrew its 1.1 million pickup trucks that indicated danger of fuel tank fires. Might be due to the fuel tank on a Ford truck has not met the standards. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said on its website Monday that the metal straps holding the tank can rust, allowing them to fall, break and burn. Guilt has been charged with eight fires, three of which spread to the rest of the car. One person was injured, suffering burns of first and second, spokesman Wes Sherwood said Ford.

According to figures provided by Ford, on the road the F-150 2011 equipped with an engine of 3.7 liter V6 has a consumption of 23 miles per gallon (10.2 liters per 100 kilometers) while equipped with the most powerful 5-liter V8 uses 21 miles per gallon (11.2 liters per 100 kilometers). In the city, and 4×2 configuration, the use of the F-150 2011 increased to 16 miles per gallon (14.7 liters per 100 kilometers) to the model with the 3.7-liter engine and 15 miles per gallon ( 15.6 liters per 100 kilometers) for 5 liters. “The range of new engines for Ford F-150 2011 is focused on providing the matters to most consumers, the most powerful in its class, capacity, reliability and lower consumption,” said a Vice President of Engineering at Ford Motor Plant. The automaker said that 70% of the owners of the F-150 stated that they would most like to see improved in the vehicle’s fuel consumption. The F-150 2011 will also be available with a new 6.2-liter engine V8 and a 3.5-liter EcoBoost. The latter will be available in early 2011 while the other versions will be available at dealerships later this year.

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