We have some sad news for diesel fans, the Ford F-150 Power Stroke diesel has been discontinued. The V6 3.0L diesel debuted in the 2018 F-150, but now it’s being dropped as Ford focuses on its EcoBoost and the hybrid 3.5-liter PowerBoost engines.
Ford Authority discovered the change. It looks like the Power Stroke diesel has been pushed out because the new PowerBoost engine offers better fuel economy and more horsepower and torque than the diesel. The Power Stroke has a 23 mpg combined rating, while the PowerBoost hybrid has a 25 mpg combined rating. The PowerBoost also has 430 horsepower and 570 pound-feet of torque, compared to 250 hp and 440 lb-ft. in the diesel.
If you do want the F-150 Power Stroke, you have a few days to order it, since a dealer bulletin says that buyers have until July 16 to order one.