Ford Fuel Economy – Plenty of Choices
Gas prices rise and drop like the tides. A drastic drop in prices leads consumers to flood the new car showrooms to buy that big SUV or pickup truck they’ve been wanting. Then they find that prices invariably spike back up months later leaving them with a big fat bill every time the tank needs to be filled. But the trend for the future is clear. Gas prices will continue to rise, and as a consumer, you need to be aware of the options out there. Out of domestic auto manufacturers, Ford has the widest selection of vehicles and technologies available for the future. If fuel economy is a high priority when buying a new car, then you need to know what Ford Fuel Economy choices are available. Fuel efficient power plants from Ford fall into four basic categories:
An EcoBoost engine is a smaller displacement engine of 4 or 6 cylinders that is turbocharged with direct fuel injection. This allows a smaller, more fuel-efficient engine to be used that still provides a good power output. EcoBoost engine technology is available on almost all Ford cars, trucks, crossovers and SUVs.
A Ford hybrid power plant is made up of a small gasoline engine supplemented by a battery-driven electric motor. The gas engine provides great mileage at highway speeds while the electric motor kicks in when extra power is required. The electric motor is continuously recharged by the gas engine and regenerative braking. The Ford Fusion and C-MAX models offer hybrid engines.
Similar to the hybrid, this power unit gives you the option of recharging the battery by plugging it into a standard 120 volt electrical outlet or with an optional 240 volt home charging station. It’s an optional engine in the Fusion and C-MAX Energi models.
This engine is powered exclusively by a rechargeable battery. A high-technology lithium-ion battery pack powers the electric motor and it is recharged via standard home electrical outlet or the aforementioned 240 volt home charging station. The Ford Focus Electric is the only Ford model offered in an all-electric configuration.
If you are in the market for a new car and fuel economy is very important to you, then you need to visit Maplecrest Ford of Mendham. There you can review all the Ford Fuel Economy models and engine choices available.
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