How much fuel does the Ford Escape Hybrid 2020 crossover consume?December 11, 2019
According to official data, thanks to its plug-in hybrid powertrain, the compact crossover will consume 5.74 liters per 100 km of track in a mixed cycle (measurements were carried out according to the EPA standard).
Ford today announced fuel economy for the compact 2020 Escape (aka Kuga) Hybrid crossover, saying it could deliver “EPA best-in-class fuel economy.” The new Escape will consume 5.74 liters of fuel per 100 km in the combined cycle. In the city, this figure will be 5.34 liters, and when passing the route – 6.36 liters.
A published press release said fuel economy is fair for the Escape Hybrid in the top-of-the-line Titanium equipped with front-wheel drive. The presence of all-wheel drive, which is an additional paid option, obviously increases these figures.
Under the hood of the American crossover Escape Hybrid is a 2.5-liter Atkinson four-cylinder engine that connects to a continuously variable transmission. The total power is 198 horsepower. Escape 2020 model year received a completely new design, both inside and out, as well as the latest technology and an expanded list of options. Due to the fact that the new Escape has become larger than its predecessor, the internal and cargo space has significantly increased and in addition, the machine has become lighter by about 91 kg, which further increases fuel economy.
Ford Escape Hybrid plug-in hybrid crossover sales are slated for fall 2022. Starting price of $ 28,255
Not so long ago, we wrote that the new Ford Bronco can acquire a removable roof. Ford has filed several patents related to the new Ford Bronco.
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