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The new 2009 Ford F-150 comes with a six-speed automatic transmission. The gearing is very good, thanks to a short ratio in the first gear and a pair of overdrives that keep the revs low. The truck also has excellent tow-haul capabilities. But it still feels taxed during normal driving. The vehicle's standard six-speed automatic is not particularly effective, as it has a large gap between first and second gears.
The new 6R80 transmission is based on the ZF 6HP26 automatic transmission, and is featured on 2009-present Ford F-150 pickups. The new 6R80 offers torque converter lockup in all six gears, as well as a tow/haul mode and improved fuel economy. A 1 way clutch makes it very smooth to shift from one gear to the next, and the overdrive ratio is high, which is very helpful in towing and hauling.
The Ford F-150's 6R80 automatic transmission is based on the ZF 6HP26 automatic transmission. The new model is built under a license from ZF and features torque converter lockup in all six gears. It also has an integrated "Tow/Haul" mode, improved fuel economy, and smoother shift performance. Moreover, the new Ford F-150 also has a low first gear and two overdrive gears with high overdrive ratios.
The new Ford F-150 pickup comes with the six-speed automatic transmission in all models. The 6R80 features torque converter lockup in all 6 gears, an advanced Tow/Haul mode, and better fuel economy. The new six-speed automatic transmission provides smooth and efficient shifts. It has a single-way clutch, a low first gear, and two overdrive gears with high overdrive ratios.
The new transmission is based on the ZF 6HP26 automatic transmission, and Ford manufactures the 6R80 transmission under license from ZF. It is featured in the 2009 and current Ford F-150 pickups, and includes torque converter lockup in all six gears. It is also capable of using E85 fuel, which improves fuel economy. If you're looking for a new truck with a 6-speed automatic, you've come to the right place. You'll be glad you did. You can find all kinds of great deals on the new F-150 online.
The 2006 Ford F-150 was replaced by the Ford XL. The new model had the 5.4-liter engine with a torque converter lockup in all six gears. The 6R80 also features a Tow/Haul mode, and torque converter lockup in all six gears, which provides exceptional towing performance while still providing fuel economy. This transmission is equipped with a redesigned tailgate step, a cargo management system, and two overdrive gears.