Ford Edge with New EcoBoost 2.0L Engine Delivers EPA-Rated 30 MPG Highway, Great Performance

Posted on 02. Aug, 2011 by in Ford Canada

  • The renouned Ford Edge crossover with EcoBoost® energy is EPA-rated during an careful 30 mpg highway and 21 mpg city
  • Ford Edge with EcoBoost is now a 13th Ford model/powertrain multiple to broach an EPA fuel economy rating of 30 mpg or more
  • EcoBoost, mixing smaller engines and turbocharging, is a tellurian Ford engine record that gives business a energy they wish and a fuel potency they need
  • EcoBoost vehicles have been successful during attracting new business to a Blue Oval brand, heading a Ford product portfolio in defeat sales

 

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Dearborn, Mich., Aug. 2, 2011 – The Ford Edge crossover, a latest car to accept a company’s EcoBoost® 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, is now approved by a EPA to broach 30 mpg highway. This complements a best-in-class Edge V6 fuel economy to give application business stretched fuel fit choices.

 

  • Edge with EcoBoost: 21 mpg/30 mpg
  • Escape Hybrid FWD: 34 mpg/31 mpg
  • Escape Hybrid AWD: 30 mpg/27 mpg
  • Fiesta five-speed manual: 29 mpg/37 mpg
  • Fiesta automatic: 29 mpg/38 mpg
  • Fiesta SFE automatic: 29 mpg/40 mpg
  • Focus five-speed manual: 29 mpg/37 mpg
  • Focus automatic: 28 mpg/38 mpg
  • Focus SFE automatic: 28 mpg/40 mpg
  • Fusion 2.5-liter automatic: 23 mpg/33 mpg
  • Fusion Hybrid: 41 mpg/36 mpg
  • Mustang 3.7-liter Coupe automatic: 19 mpg/31 mpg
  • Mustang 3.7-liter Convertible automatic: 19 mpg/30 mpg


 

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