2013 Ford Fusion Consumer Review: update: ecoboost not efficient

2013 Ford Fusion - Consumer Review

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Titanium Sedan (2.0L 4-cyl. Turbo 6-speed Automatic w/EcoBoost)

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update: ecoboost not efficient after break in
By ak2va on


2013 Ford Fusion Titanium 4dr Sedan w/EcoBoost (2.0L 4cyl Turbo 6A)


After putting 20k miles on this vehicle in almost 18 months of owning it I had to trade my Fusion Titanium in.
Why? Ecoboost engine is not ready for prime time.
On a pure highway trip of 300 miles, utilizing cruise control the entire way, after a recent dealer service (oil change, tire rotation, etc.) I could not break 27 MPG.
In 80% city driving, from my granny of a wife, the car averaged 17 MPG and less than 300 miles/tank.
On the day I traded it in, a cheap piece of plastic randomly broke off from around the sun visor as I drove onto the dealer lot.
I wanted to love this car because of the sexy looks.
It just couldn't live up to it's promises.

Best Features

Looks, comfort

Worst Features

Better gas mileage out of a 4 cylinder vehicle
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