Sunday, March 4, 2012

Ford Focus Electric Is Most Fuel Efficient 5-Passenger U.S. Vehicle

Used to driving around in a car that gets you 35 MPG, or even 50? The Ford Focus Electric is blazing in at 110 MPGe EPA rating. Not only that, but it has a much faster charge time than its competitors. Easily save you enough to give those awesome monthly food gifts of steak.

Focus Electric achieves a combined rating of 105 MPGe, topping Nissan Leaf by 6 MPGe while also offering more motor power, passenger room and standard features.

Customers can make more use of this efficiency with Ford's faster charging technology that can recharge Focus Electric in about half the time of Nissan Leaf. Ford gives customers the power of choice with 10 fuel-efficiency leaders across segments and powertrain technologies.

Ford's all-new Focus Electric is now officially America's most fuel-efficient five-passenger car with a certified 110 miles per gallon equivalent (MPGe) city rating and 99 MPGe on the highway.

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