The 2013 Ford Escape has been certified by the EPA as the most fuel efficient small SUV on the market. In fact, all of the Escape’s three engine options return at least 30 mpg highway.
The 2013 Escape’s 1.6-liter EcoBoost engine delivers a best-in-class 33 mpg highway. But what makes all of the Escape’s engine options even more impressive is that they provide drivers with unrivaled fuel efficiency without sacrificing power: the 1.6-liter engine produces 178 horsepower and 184 lb.-ft of torque.
For drivers looking for maximum power combined with impressive fuel efficiency there is the 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine which returns 30 mpg highway. Once again, EcoBoost technology is able to deliver the power drivers need with 240 horsepower, 270 lb.-ft. of torque, and a towing capacity of 3,500 pounds.
Interested in the size and power of an SUV but still want fuel efficiency? Look for the 2013 Ford Escape coming to your local dealership, Steamboat Motors!
The 2012 Ford Focus Electric was recently named the most fuel-efficient five-passenger vehicle in America. This all new Electric car outlasted the competition, reaching an amazing 110 MPGe city and 99 MPGe highway.
The 2012 Focus Electric joins Ford’s already impressive fleet of fuel-efficient vehicles, including the 2012 Edge EcoBoost, 2012 Explorer EcoBoost, 2013 Fusion Hybrid, and several others. Ford offers drivers one of the largest selections of fuel-efficient vehicles on the market, due mainly to their strategy of transforming existing designs versus attempting to develop fuel-efficient vehicles from the ground up.
One feature that sets this vehicle apart from the competition is its unique charging system. Not only will the Focus Electric travel farther on a single charge than any competitor (76 miles), it also recharges in just four hours, which is nearly twice as fast as the Nissan Leaf. Ford has also taken steps to reduce charging costs at home.
So congratulations Ford! Their hard work has paid off and earned a prestigious title, coveted by many.