Crew cab vs Supercab. There's your $3700 savings.Interest Numbers.
Dodge diesel gains 2 mpg overall at a lost of 85hp.
Now some here on this site would state that as a Win, But you can maltipy Torque but not HP, so it is a Dodge win, with 420ft/lbs and 45 ft/lbs more.
But Ford wins with the $3700 savings, and the cost of fuel.
have you seen how heavy that pig is? It needs the torque to moveI say it is a win for both as they are different choices
the ED is better and I bet will be better in a wider range of uses BUT the FE does NOT offset the cost of the DIESEL fuel premium
and for truck costs RAM has more sales then FORD at least around here + the NEW F150's hype-O-matic working overtime will (i assume) shore up prices a bit
Doesn't matter, it HAS the torque it needs and then some.have you seen how heavy that pig is? It needs the torque to move
I wouldn't be so sure on that - the 8-speed has hardly made a difference for GM for EPA ratings, and the 10-speed will have only a slightly wider gear spread and minimally lower parasitic losses than the 8L90. If they managed a 1 MPG increase on the combined cycle, I'd call that a win.When the 10 speed comes online it will probably match or beat the ecodiesel.