2021 Ford F150 MPG and Estimated Range per Tank

The fuel efficiency of the 2021 Ford F150 varies between 16-27 mpg based on the type of engine in your truck. In this article you will find all information for city, highway, and combined mileage for various engines.

This article also has the estimated range for the 2021 Ford F150 based on the various sized tanks. Depending on the type of cab you have, the tank size may vary. The range of the 2021 Ford F150 is between 345-936 miles depending on the engine and cab size combination.

The engine in the 2021 Ford F150 with the best gas mileage is the Full Hybrid 3.5 L engine.

Information taken in this article was pulled from the 2021 Ford F150 ebrochure.

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MPG by Engine in F150

The engine type is the most impactful feature to determine the estimated gas mileage for your F150.

In the 2021 F150 truck, there are 6 different engine options. You should be able to check the engine type in your truck by looking under the hood and checking the engine label.

3.3 L V6

The 4×2 3.3 L V6 engine in the 2021 F150 gets 20/24 mpg city/highway with a combined MPG of 21.

The 4×4 3.3 L V6 engine in the 2021 F150 gets 19/22 mpg city/highway with a combined MPG of 21.

City MPGHighway MPGCombined MPG
4×2202421
4×4192220
3.3 L V6 Ford F150 MPG Chart

3.5 L EcoBoost V6

The 4×2 3.5 L Ecoboost engine in the 2021 F150 gets 18/24 mpg city/highway with a combined MPG of 20.

The 4×4 3.5 L Ecoboost engine in the 2021 F150 gets 18/23 mpg city/highway with a combined MPG of 20.

City MPGHighway MPGCombined MPG
4×2182420
4×4182320
3.5 L EcoBoost V6 Ford F150 MPG Chart

5.0 L V8

The 4×2 5.0 L V8 engine in the 2021 F150 gets 17/24 mpg city/highway with a combined MPG of 20.

The 4×4 5.0 L V8 engine in the 2021 F150 gets 16/20 mpg city/highway with a combined MPG of 19.

City MPGHighway MPGCombined MPG
4×2172420
4×4162219
5.0 L V8 Ford F150 MPG Chart

2.7 L EcoBoost V6

The 4×2 2.7 L Ecoboost engine in the 2021 F150 gets 20/26 mpg city/highway with a combined MPG of 22.

The 4×4 2.7 L Ecoboost engine in the 2021 F150 gets 19/24 mpg city/highway with a combined MPG of 21.

City MPGHighway MPGCombined MPG
4×2202622
4×4192421
2.7 L EcoBoost V6 Ford F150 MPG Chart

3.0 L PowerStroke TurboDiesel

The 4×4 3.0 L diesel engine in the 2021 F150 gets 20/27 mpg city/highway with a combined MPG of 23.

City MPGHighway MPGCombined MPG
4×4202723
3.0 L Powerstroke Ford F150 MPG Chart

3.5 L PowerBoost Full Hybrid

The 4×2 3.5 L hybrid engine in the 2021 F150 gets 25/26 mpg city/highway with a combined MPG of 25.

The 4×4 3.5 L hybrid engine in the 2021 F150 gets 24/24 mpg city/highway with a combined MPG of 24.

City MPGHighway MPGCombined MPG
4×2252625
4×4242424
3.5 L Powerboost Full Hybrid Ford F150 MPG Chart

How Far Can You Drive on One Gallon with 2021 F150?

To determine the estimated range for an F150, we have to know the fuel tank size. The tank size is dependent on the Cab type.

The Regular Cab and SuperCab variations of the F150 come standard with a 23 gallon tank.

The SuperCrew and Diesel have a tank size of 26 gallons in the 2021 F150.

And the Hybrid 2021 F150 has a tank size of 30.6 gallons.

There is the possibility to update to a 36 gallon tank on every engine but the diesel and 3.5 L with the Max Trailer Tow Package.

Below are the estimated ranges based off of the tank size and mpg estimations given by Ford.

3.3 L V6

Depending on the cab style, the 3.3 L V6 engine in the 2021 Ford F150 has an estimated range between 437 and 864 miles.

Regular/SuperCab
(miles)
SuperCrew/Diesel
(miles)
Hybrid
(miles)
Max Trailering
Package
(miles)
4×2460-552520-624612-734720-864
4×4437-506494-572581-673684-792
3.3 L V6 Ford F150 Range Chart

3.5 L EcoBoost V6

Depending on the cab style, the 3.5 L EcoBoost engine in the 2021 Ford F150 has an estimated range between 414 and 864 miles.

Regular/SuperCab
(miles)
SuperCrew/Diesel
(miles)
Hybrid
(miles)
Max Trailering
Package
(miles)
4×2
18-24
414-552468-624550-734648-864
4×4
18-23
414-529468-598550-703648-828
3.5 L EcoBoost V6 Ford F150 MPG Chart

5.0 L V8

Depending on the cab style, the 5.0 L V8 engine in the 2021 Ford F150 has an estimated range between 345 and 864 miles.

Regular/SuperCab
(miles)
SuperCrew/Diesel
(miles)
Hybrid
(miles)
Max Trailering
Package
(miles)
4×2
17-24
391-552442-624520-734612-864
4×4
15-22
345-506390-572459-673540-792
5.0 L V8 Ford F150 MPG Chart

2.7 L EcoBoost V6

Depending on the cab style, the 2.7 L EcoBoost engine in the 2021 Ford F150 has an estimated range between 437 and 936 miles.

Regular/SuperCab
(miles)
SuperCrew/Diesel
(miles)
Hybrid
(miles)
Max Trailering
Package
(miles)
4×2
20-26
460-598520-676612-795720-936
4×4
19-24
437-552494-624581-734684-864
2.7 L EcoBoost V6 Ford F150 MPG Chart

3.0 L PowerStroke TurboDiesel

Depending on the cab style, the 3.0 L diesel engine in the 2021 Ford F150 has an estimated range between 460 and 972 miles.

Regular/SuperCab
(miles)
SuperCrew/Diesel
(miles)
Hybrid
(miles)
Max Trailering
Package
(miles)
4×4
20-27
460-621520-702612-826720-972
3.0 L Powerstroke Ford F150 MPG Chart

3.5 L PowerBoost Full Hybrid

Depending on the cab style, the 3.5 L PowerBoost Hybrid engine in the 2021 Ford F150 has an estimated range between 552 and 936 miles.

Regular/SuperCab
(miles)
SuperCrew/Diesel
(miles)
Hybrid
(miles)
Max Trailering
Package
(miles)
4×2
25-26
575-598650-676765-795900-936
4×4
24
552624734864
3.5 L Powerboost Full Hybrid Ford F150 MPG Chart

What Impacts Fuel Efficiency?

The fuel efficiency provided in this document is given by estimated values from the manufacturer and what you MAY expect to get on average. However, this isn’t the exact gas mileage you will necessary get when driving. So we will discuss some of the major factors

Cargo/Towing

With pickup trucks, it is not unusual to have excess cargo in the bed of your truck or be towing some king of trailer.

This is probably going to have one of the biggest impacts on fuel efficiency.

The more power required to move the heavier load, the more gas will be consumed to go the same distance.

Driving Behavior

Driving behaviors such as accelerating speed, cruise control, and braking patterns can have an impact on mpg.

For example, a car that accelerates too quickly will use more energy to get up to speed.

Similarly, if you find yourself braking more frequently rather than cruising while driving, you will find yourself using more gas.

Road Conditions

Then of course the road conditions will have an impact on this as well. Hills, swervy roads, and even poor road conditions can impact mpg, usually reducing fuel efficiency.

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