A 2011 Window Sticker

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  1. Droid

    Droid kglesq's Brother

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    First 2011 window sticker I've seen, this a supercab from a poster on another forum (i.e., not mine):

    http://services.forddirect.fordvehicles.com/inventory/WindowSticker.pdf?vin=1FTex1r6xbfa02725

    His build date is 11/5. Mine's 11/8 and not in the system yet (but thought mine might be a week...not sure).

    Looks like they're rating the mileage @ 11/14, which seems terribly low given what I hear from most people with 6.2s. Then again, my previous truck, an '01 GMC C3 (AWD 6.0L fullsize) is rated 10/13 by the new standard, but wound up getting the same mileage as my current '04 GMC Sierra (5.3L part-time 4wd). The EPA specs my current truck at 13/17 (new standard).

    110V Power inverter is listed in standard equipment (contrary to Ford site, but in agreement with 2011 Raptor press release).
     
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    Shaggy Administrator Staff Member

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    Nice find!!
     
  3. HARLEY6LF250SDU

    HARLEY6LF250SDU FRF Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Your Window Sticker should be ready this coming week.
    That VIN # is A02725 YOUR VIN # A06492

    randy
     
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    BIRDMAN Birdministrator Staff Member

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    what ever happened to the 6.2 was supposed to get better mileage than the 5.4? remember when there were guys convinced it would get 16 city/ 20 hwy


    :rolleyes:
     
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    Droid kglesq's Brother

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    Awesome, can't wait! :D

    I've noticed that on most high-HP cars/trucks the EPA seems to get it wrong. I used to own an 01 GMC C3 (a GM ext cab pickup with AWD and the 6.0L) which is rated 10/13 by the EPA. It returned the same mileage as my current truck (ext cab 4wd Sierra which is rated 13/17).

    Heck, Car and Driver observed 16mpg: 2010 Ford F-150 SVT Raptor 6.2 - Road Test - Auto Reviews - Car and Driver ...and they tend to have a hard time hitting epa city numbers on most things.

    I personally think it'll at least match my current truck's lifetime avg of 14. Not relying on that of course.
     
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    BIRDMAN Birdministrator Staff Member

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    if anything the EPA shoots high. i don't know anyone with a 6.2 getting 16mpg so that article is full of shit. gas mileage is hardly the point with this truck i just find it funny that anyone could expect a bigger engine and more hp to create better gas mileage in the same truck with no added technology
     
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    Droid kglesq's Brother

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    I obviously don't really know, as I don't own one yet, and other people's data is other people's data. My Mom gets +2mpg out of my truck, but she drives it like...my Mom. :D

    The EPA revised everything in 2007 because they were shooting high...generally think they have it about right now for most cars. All the fueleconomy.gov data on pre-2007 is scaled back as well (or recalculated using a new formula, not sure which).

    Not terribly concerned about mileage, even though it's going to be my only vehicle. I drive less than 10k a year, and that's factoring in a few long trips. And I'll still be ahead of the Prius-driving yahoos who think they're saving the planet by commuting 30k/year in a more efficient car.

    I think the 6.2L is a pretty significant departure from the 5.4L though, it's not as though it's just a bored 5.4 minus 8 valves.
     
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    warrior Your Wife's Personal Trainer

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    Hell, anything more than 10 will make me happy, my Dodge gets 10 city, highway, towing. etc.....
     
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    BIRDMAN Birdministrator Staff Member

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    i would be happy with 8 in this truck...it doesn't matter. the difference between a few mpg isn't that much year over year unless you drive 20k+ miles a year.
     
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    OASIS RESULT:
    1FTEX1R6XBFA02725

    11/04/2010
    14:51:38

    © Copyright 2002-2010 Ford Motor Company. All rights reserved.

    VIN STATUS:
    PRE-PRODUCTION VIN - NOT YET PRODUCED
    VEHICLE INFORMATION
    VEHICLE DESCRIPTION
    2011 F-SERIES LD BODY STYLE
    F-150 S-CAB STYLESIDE 4X4 RAPTOR
    ENGINE 6.2L SOHC EFI
    TRANSMISSION 6R80 6 SPD AUTO
    AXLE CODE L4
    ENGINE CALIBRATION

    PAINT COLOR
    RADIO
    GROSS VEHICLE WEIGHT

    AXLE RATIO
    WHEEL SIZE
    FRONT TIRE


    GENERAL WARRANTY INFORMATION
    WARRANTY START DATE 00/00/0000
    BUILD DATE 00/00/0000
    SALE MILEAGE
    New Vehicle Base Warranty
    OUTSTANDING FIELD SERVICE ACTIONS
    NO CAMPAIGN MESSAGE(S) FOUND
    EXTENDED COVERAGES
    NO ESP INFORMATION AVAILABLE
    WARRANTY REPAIR HISTORY
    NO RECENT REPAIR HISTORY ON VEHICLE

    END OF OASIS REPORT FOR 1FTEX1R6XBFA02725
     

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