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Ford F-150. Powerstroke option is $7,500 over a 2.7 Ecoboost
Chev 1500. Duramax option is $3,155 over a 5.3 V8.
I wonder if Ford has figured out why their baby Powerstrokes aren’t selling in Canada.

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womps wrote:

Ford F-150. Powerstroke option is $7,500 over a 2.7 Ecoboost
Chev 1500. Duramax option is $3,155 over a 5.3 V8.
I wonder if Ford has figured out why their baby Powerstrokes aren’t selling in Canada.


Except the 5.3 is not the base engine option on the Chevy. Correct for that and what is the difference?

Or what is the price difference going from the Ford 3.5 or 5.0 engine option.

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mich800 wrote:

womps wrote:

Ford F-150. Powerstroke option is $7,500 over a 2.7 Ecoboost
Chev 1500. Duramax option is $3,155 over a 5.3 V8.
I wonder if Ford has figured out why their baby Powerstrokes aren’t selling in Canada.


Except the 5.3 is not the base engine option on the Chevy. Correct for that and what is the difference?

Or what is the price difference going from the Ford 3.5 or 5.0 engine option.


The build is on an SLT with the 5.3 V8. Changing the engine to the baby Duramax adds $3,155 to the price. The Ford build is on a Lariat and the 2.7 Ecoboost is the standard engine. Adding the baby Powerstroke adds $7,500 to the price.

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mich800 wrote:

womps wrote:

Ford F-150. Powerstroke option is $7,500 over a 2.7 Ecoboost
Chev 1500. Duramax option is $3,155 over a 5.3 V8.
I wonder if Ford has figured out why their baby Powerstrokes aren’t selling in Canada.


Except the 5.3 is not the base engine option on the Chevy. Correct for that and what is the difference?

Or what is the price difference going from the Ford 3.5 or 5.0 engine option.


The build is on an SLT with the 5.3 V8. Changing the engine to the baby Duramax adds $3,155 to the price. The Ford build is on a Lariat and the 2.7 Ecoboost is the standard engine. Adding the baby Powerstroke adds $7,500 to the price.


Ok, they must not offer the v6 in Canada. At least not in the trucks you can option the diesel.

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Would seem Fords a little more proud of their diesels.


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womps wrote:

Ford F-150. Powerstroke option is $7,500 over a 2.7 Ecoboost
Chev 1500. Duramax option is $3,155 over a 5.3 V8.
I wonder if Ford has figured out why their baby Powerstrokes aren’t selling in Canada.


You can't compare the price differential between a cost of a diesel to the 2.7 or the 5.3 because the 2.7 and 5.3 have a different price tag. You have to look at the price of the diesel option adds to the truck plain and simple.

Having said that I haven't seen any Ford F150 diesels and I hardly see any Ram Ecodiesels and I'm willing to bet the Silverado will be hard to find as well, and this is coming from Texas the truck capital of the world.


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If you put the 5.0 litre V8 in the Ford and the 5.3 Litre in the GMC and then add the diesel option which doesn’t change anything except the engine the baby Powerstroke is still $2,500 more.

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