The fuel efficiency stats on the 2012 Ford Edge with EcoBoost engine are in and they are pretty decent. The EPA is done running the Edge through the paces and showed that the 2.0 liter four-cylinder engine will get drivers 21 MPG and 30 MPG for city and highway respectively.
The difference between an Edge with EcoBoost and an edge without is 3 MPG on the highway.
The EcoBoost engine is nothing to sniff at either with 240hp and 275 pound-feet of torque. While the EcoBoost’s horsepower is a lot lower than its 2.5-liter V6 cousin which boasts 285hp, EcoBoost lays the smack down by beating its less gas-friendly incarnation in torque with an extra 22 pound-feet.