It’s been reported as in OP from beginning. It’s one reason I prefer the 3.5L Naturally Aspirated V6 best — no Stop-Start.I'm not sure how accurate any of that is. I doubt the 3.5 won't have start/stop, and I doubt the diesel will. I suspect this was prepared by a marketing department devoid of any gear heads.
To me it would depend greatly on 4-banger size and design.I would not want a 4 banger in a big vehicle like that unless it were diesel.
Smaller console for improved leg swing clearance – STANDARD
Suddenly I realized I don't want the large center console in the upfitter pacakge due to it being in the way when swiveling. Glad I learned this! 67c upfitter pkg gets you high capacity switches, large console, aux fuse panel w/high spec connector interface. If no 67C to avoid large console, then lose high capacity upfitter switches (can't add separately), but 87e gets you aux fuse panel w/high spec connector interface, dual agm, modified wiring.
Is dual alternator option on standard engine delayed or eliminated? Original Ford data stated it would be available with both 3.5L gas engines. Ford even issued pictures of both engines with the two alternators........cut.....
– Upfitter Interface Module (similar to Super Duty)
– Customer connection points
▪ STANDARD 1 x 60A, OPTIONAL 1 x 180A, with Load Shedding Relay
– Requires restrictions on upfitter electrical load connections to ensure load shedding if required
That's ominous. Hope it doesn't create house power/charging problems.
– Dual alternator option minimizes load shedding (available on 3.5L EcoBoost only