Large sedans in the mass automaker segment are a dime a dozen. You have the Chrysler 300, Toyota Avalon, Dodge Charger, Nissan Maxima, and the Chevrolet Impala – however, many of them don’t offer impressive fuel-economy – well, unless you’re the 2013 Ford Taurus.
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The EPA has released its rating for the 2.0 liter EcoBoost 2013 Ford Taurus and the 4-cylinder powered model has been certified at 32 mpg highway or 26 mpg combined.
That gives it a better highway fuel-economy rating than the 2012 Chrysler 300, Chevrolet Impala, Dodge Charger and the Toyota Avalon.
“Ford understands people want fuel-efficient vehicles but don’t want to sacrifice power, cargo space or convenience preferences to get them,” said Raj Nair, vice president of Engineering for Global Product Development. “Taurus fuel economy showcases Ford’s success in developing smaller yet more powerful engines for its larger vehicles.”
– By: Omar Rana