3.5 L Ecoboost

On a macro level, the ’17 F-150 is the same as the ’16 model, which means the new EcoBoost powertrain is the headline news for the nameplate. The new EcoBoost V-6 replaces the first-generation 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6, which has been optional throughout the F-150 lineup since 2011.
3.5 L Ecoboost >> Chrome or black rims on a 2014 f150 ruby red metallic - Page 2

3.5 L Ecoboost >> Chrome or black rims on a 2014 f150 ruby red metallic - Page 2

Common Issues with the 3.5L EcoBoost See more from Underhood Service With almost 400,000 3.5L EcoBoost engines on the road today, these engines have proven to be a solid power unit.
3.5 L Ecoboost >> 2018 Ford® Explorer SUV | Features | Ford.com

3.5 L Ecoboost >> 2018 Ford® Explorer SUV | Features | Ford.com

Paired with the second-generation 3.5 L EcoBoost V6 is the new 10R80 10-speed automatic transmission. This new transmission is mandatory with all new second-generation 3.5 L V6 EcoBoost F-150s, with the new transmission being restricted to this engine solely for the 2017 model year.
3.5 L Ecoboost >> 2016 Ford Explorer Sport Review 3.5L EcoBoost Twin Turbo - Test Drive and In Depth Look - YouTube

3.5 L Ecoboost >> 2016 Ford Explorer Sport Review 3.5L EcoBoost Twin Turbo - Test Drive and In Depth Look - YouTube

Second-generation 3.5-liter EcoBoost engine. There has been a trend in the automotive world to shift to smaller displacement engines that produce similar amounts of power and torque through the ...
3.5 L Ecoboost >> 2020 Ford F150 Concept Design | Ford Specs Release

3.5 L Ecoboost >> 2020 Ford F150 Concept Design | Ford Specs Release

Some 2011-2012 F-150 models equipped with a 3.5L EcoBoost V6 engine may exhibit an intermittent stumble and/or misfire on hard acceleration after an extended drive at highway speeds during high humidity or damp conditions.
3.5 L Ecoboost >> 2018 Ford® Taurus Sedan | Sophisticated Design, Powerful Performance | Ford.com

3.5 L Ecoboost >> 2018 Ford® Taurus Sedan | Sophisticated Design, Powerful Performance | Ford.com

Calling the 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 that's destined for the new Ford GT and second-generation Raptor pickup a high-output version is a bit disingenuous. Ford basically wiped the slate clean to make ...
3.5 L Ecoboost >> 2003-2017 Ford Expedition ReadyLift 3" Front & 2" Rear SST Spacer Lift Kit 69-2070

3.5 L Ecoboost >> 2003-2017 Ford Expedition ReadyLift 3" Front & 2" Rear SST Spacer Lift Kit 69-2070

FYI, the ecoboost isn’t as good as the 5.0 on gas, from what I hear. So how is the 3.5 bigger than the 5.0 V8? Eco-Boost or not, a 3.5 liter engine is not “bigger” than a 5.0 liter.
3.5 L Ecoboost >> 2018 Ford Edge TITANIUM - Starting at $33520.0 | Bartow Ford

3.5 L Ecoboost >> 2018 Ford Edge TITANIUM - Starting at $33520.0 | Bartow Ford

The 3.5L EcoBoost F-150 has a payload rating of 3,180 pounds and a towing capacity of 5,100 pounds. To put that into perspective, the V8 5.0L F-150 has a payload capacity of 3,300 pounds and a towing capacity of 11,100 pounds.
3.5 L Ecoboost >> 2010 Ford Flex Albuquerque

3.5 L Ecoboost >> 2010 Ford Flex Albuquerque

The previously announced numbers, 365 horsepower and 450 lb-ft of torque, already represented a 30 lb-ft advantage over the outgoing 3.5-liter EcoBoost, but the new, final numbers of 375 ...
3.5 L Ecoboost >> 2019 Ford Taurus - Preview, Price, Changes, Design, Engine, Photos

3.5 L Ecoboost >> 2019 Ford Taurus - Preview, Price, Changes, Design, Engine, Photos

Energy from the EcoBoost engine exhaust that would otherwise be wasted rotates a turbine. The turbine is coupled to a compressor that pressurizes incoming air into the combustion chambers, generating a virtually instantaneous surge of on-demand power, significantly increasing output per liter.
3.5 L Ecoboost >> 2018 Ford F-150 and Expedition get some changes under the hood | The Torque Report

3.5 L Ecoboost >> 2018 Ford F-150 and Expedition get some changes under the hood | The Torque Report