Most Fuel-Efficient Ford Models | El Dorado AR

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There's nothing quite like an American-made Ford, especially those that make up our inventory. And when you purchase a Ford, you're getting more than just a well-made vehicle. Select Ford models are powered by the EcoBoost® engine, a Ford-exclusive design that delivers raw power and better fuel economy than its larger-sized competitors. Below, find three highly efficient Ford models with the EcoBoost® engine offering excellent performance and fuel economy.

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How are Ford models so fuel efficient?

Curious to find out more about how the EcoBoost® engine generates its power? The EcoBoost® utilizes three primary technologies while under the hood of your Ford: turbocharging, direct fuel injection and variable camshaft timing. The turbocharger in the EcoBoost® uses the force of excess exhaust to push more air into the engine for more power. This is energy that would have been otherwise wasted in a typical engine. With its precise measurements of the amount of fuel entering the engine at any given moment, its control over the intake and exhaust valves to match engine speed and load and the lightweight design of the turbocharger, your EcoBoost® engine can do it all.

Ford Hybrid Lineup

In its 2021 lineup, Ford has definitely exceeded the expectations of engineering truly efficient cars, trucks and SUVs. Their hybrid lineup is composed of engine types that can be paired with select vehicles, such as the available PowerBoost™ Full Hybrid V6 engine for the redesigned Ford F-150. But it doesn't matter which Ford you choose to drive home — you'll pick a model that's designed with the environment in mind.

If you'd like to own one of these vehicles, contact us directly or stop by Karl Malone Ford at 1730 West Hillsboro St. Suite A El Dorado, AR 71730 for a test drive today. We look forward to hearing from our customers from El Dorado, AR, and throughout Magnolia, Springhill and Hampton.

*EPA-estimated mpg ratings from U.S. Department of Energy. See fueleconomy.gov for fuel economy of other engine/transmission combinations. Actual mileage will vary. On plug-in hybrid models and electric models, fuel economy is stated in MPGe. MPGe is the EPA equivalent measure of gasoline fuel efficiency for electric mode operation. EPA-estimated ratings as of 1/28/21.