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Ford EcoBoost 1.6L super fuel efficiency
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 Fuel efficiency, environmental friendliness and to ensure the performance car, Ford EcoBoost 1.6L engine has taken a lot of customers. Ford EcoBoost 1.6L has proven its success since its launch late in 2010. Bridgend engine plant of Ford in Britain were operating at full capacity to meet customer needs.

Above the engine block is now used for a lot of Ford vehicles like the new Focus, Mondeo, C-Max, Grand C-Max, S-Max and Galaxy. With the ability to save fuel than the 2.0-liter, Ford EcoBoost 1.6L engine has been assembled over 50,000 units of Ford. “Demand for the EcoBoost engines are reaching record levels. Currently, the plant is focusing on improving the production capacity to serve the growing needs of customers”, said Kieran Cahill, Bridgend plant manager, said.
Emit only 139 and 149 g CO2 per kilometer when in turn provides energy for the new Focus and Mondeo, 1.6L EcoBoost engines but also friendly to the environment while ensuring the performance of the car. Even when appearing on the Ford Galaxy is larger, engine block production capacity of 160 horsepower is to help the car accelerate from 0-100 km/h in less than 10 seconds. Meanwhile, Focus can reach speeds of 100 km/h from stand still position in 7.9 seconds, reaching a maximum speed of 222 km/h and fuel efficiency with the help of the system Auto -Start-Stop. The system itself is also standard equipment on the Ford C-Max and Grand C-Max.
“Ford EcoBoost 1.6L engine delivers real benefits to customers with the latest diesel technology, which increases torque at low speed and reduce CO2 emissions”, said Graham Hoare, Director operating the drive system developed by Ford Europe, praised. “Besides, EcoBoost 1.6L engine block also cost savings for vehicle owners more than other types of gasoline”.

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