Whats the difference between V6 and V8

Asked by Feb 08, 2017 at 07:07 PM about the Ford F-150

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The V8 has 2 more cylinders than the V6.

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Does the V6 have enough power to tow a trailer?

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It all depends on what the vehicle is and what kind of trailer. My Chevy Impala has a V6 in it and has more horse power than my original V8 engine in my '95 Chevy Silverado full size truck.

absolutely the ford 3.5 ecoboost 6 cylinder can tow a trailer! in a supercrew with the max trailer tow package and 5.5 foot box, you can tow over 11000 lbs. I tow a 9200 pound trailer with my 2015 F150. The best thing is when I'm not towing I get fantastic fuel mileage.

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