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Ford ECOnetic Technology

Ford Technology from Gates Ford

With fuel prices continuing to rise, Ford understands the huge importance of ensuring its vehicles are efficient. Not only will this help to keep running costs down for owners but it also means less impact on the environment which is also very important.

Ford ECOnetic Technology is a collection of vehicle features designed to ensure maximum fuel efficiency. For instance, the Ford EcoBoost Engine which is a three cylinder engine the size of an A4 piece of paper that manages to provide plenty of power and acceleration whilst producing less emissions and better fuel efficiency. Up to 20% less fuel is used by the award winning 1 litre EcoBoost engine. Ford Duratorq diesel technology ensures the diesel engines within the Ford range are able to provide vastly superior MPG abilities. Combine any of these engines with the Ford PowerShift automatic gearbox, which chooses the most fuel efficient gear whilst driving, will ensure even higher mileage.

The result of the Ford ECOnetic Technologies is the Ford range achieves better fuel efficiency and higher MPG whilst producing lower emission levels. This means that you require fewer fuel stops, pay less road tax and have a smaller impact on the environment. These technologies also help to reduce the daily wear on your vehicle meaning less money is required to maintain the vehicle, reducing the total cost of ownership.

To find out more about Ford ECOnetic Technologies, contact Gates Ford today.