Ford Explorer Sets New Standard for SUV Fuel Efficiency

Posted on 28. Jul, 2011 by in Ford Canada

  • The totally reinvented Ford Explorer powered by EcoBoost® delivers a class-leading EPA rating of 28 mpg on a highway, besting Honda Pilot by some-more than 20 percent and Toyota Highlander by 12 percent
  • The hot-selling Ford Explorer – a 2011 North American Truck of a Year – has already doubled 2010 Explorer indication year sales volume, with Ford saying a strongest patron welfare for well-equipped, range-topping models
  • EcoBoost engine record combines turbocharging and approach fuel injection on smaller engines to yield business a energy they wish with a fuel potency they need

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Dearborn, Mich., Jul 28, 2011 – Ford’s hot-selling Explorer is now a many fuel-efficient seven-passenger SUV on a market, delivering an EPA-certified 28 mpg on a highway with an all-new 2.0-liter EcoBoost® engine. This is a initial focus of this modernized engine in North America. 


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