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No surprise to me. When Ford came out with the Eco-Boost I thought of it as Eco-Boast and I'm a Ford owner. Here in MD most drivers drive like maniacs and a turbo engine eats gas unless you drive it conservatively. Regardless of what is said the maintenance is higher as well as the initial cost. I would not expect high mpg from these turbo motors. Good luck however!Report it
Yes you will need to use premium fuel to achieve the rated mpg.Report it
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