PowerStroke Diesel Engines Comparisons and Specifications
No surprise that Super Duty® for 2020 improves upon its already top-rated performance with an expanded line of available engines. There’s the all-new available 7.3L gas V8 as well as the available next-generation 6.7L Power Stroke® V8 Turbo Diesel, both with best-in-class power ratings. - Ford
The Powerstroke is the name used by a family of diesel engines for trucks produced by Ford Motor Company and Navistar International (until 2010) for Ford products since 1994. Along with its use in the Ford F-Series (including the Ford Super Duty trucks), applications include the Ford E-Series, Ford Excursion, and Ford LCF commercial truck. The name was also used for a diesel engine used in South American production of the Ford Ranger. From 1994, the Powerstroke engine family existed as a re-branding of engines produced by Navistar International, sharing engines with its medium-duty truck lines. Since the 2010 introduction of the 6.7L PowerStroke V8, Ford has designed and produced its own diesel engines. During its production, the PowerStroke engine range has been marketed against large-block V8 (and V10) gasoline engines along with the General Motors Duramax V8 and the Dodge Cummins B-Series inline-6.
In the chart below, you will find the basic specifications and data for the PowerStroke engines used in Ford trucks trucks from the year 1994 to current. Although there were only 6 different types of base PowerStroke engines used in Ford trucks over the years, many of the separate listings take account for the different optimizations that Ford and International did to increase both the durability, power, and torque of these engines. For more specific information on these engines and a list of the trucks they were paired with, click on the name of the engine on the left side of the table.
PowerStroke Engines used in Ford F-series Trucks
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For more information on the current PowerStroke diesel and the Ford Super Duty lineup, please visit Ford.com