Truth on small turbo engines fuel economy claims

Consumer Reports offers truth on small turbo engines fuel economy claims

Do those small turbocharged engines that are marketed as having the same power of the large engines with fuel economy of the smaller engine hold true. According to Consumer Reports absolutely not.

Consumer Reports has tested many cars with the small tubo charged engines and are discovering that these autos are not any where close to what is being promised.

“Generally, the turbocharged cars have slower acceleration and no better fuel economy than the models with, bigger, conventional engines.”

Consumer Reports makes it clear in the latest group of tests on the ECOBoost Ford Fusion that things are not what we are being led to believe.

Read the results for yourself and discover the real truth


To read the complete Consumer Reports article go to:

Consumer Reports finds small turbo engines don’t deliver on fuel economy claims

Photo credit: Photo taken from Consumer Reports article above

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