Following last week's announcement on the 2012 Explorer with the 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder unit, Ford today revealed that the 2012 Edge with the same powerplant will deliver an EPA certified 21mpg in the city and 30mpg on the highway.
In the Edge, the EcoBoost four-cylinder engine produces 240 horsepower at 5,500 rpm and a 270 lb.-ft. of torque at 3,000 rpm. Power is transferred to the wheels through a six-speed automatic transmission.
Ford made note that it currently has 13 model/powertrain variations in its range that deliver an EPA fuel economy rating of up to 30 mpg or more. You can see the models in following list:
- - 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