I have an appointment in Hurst tomorrow, I’ll see if they tell me anything else.My rep at the Dallas drive event said the loaded limited 4x4 got 22 on the highway, so if the guesstimate of 23 combined is close, it should get pretty close to 23 city, which is great compared to 16 which I believe is the city rating of a 2020 EB.
The latest rumor out of Ford Canada is 24 mpg combined.For me, coming out of a mid-size Tacoma, the possible mileage and range are impressive. My Taco Limited is getting 14.5 mpg around town. I live in NW Arkansas, so I don't do traffic and interstates like I did in Atlanta. Moving up to a full-size truck and possibly gaining up to 8-9 miles per gallon is pretty astonishing to me.
I ordered a 2021 PowerBoost for the mileage. I have a 2015 F-150 and a 2020 Escape Hybrid and I get about 34 mpg highway and 46 mpg city w/ my Escape so I expect it may be the same case with the PowerBoostWhat I meant was, if they drove it 2700 miles over multiple tanks and only got 19 mpg, that’s not that great since your best mpg should be on highway cruising.
I agree after the 2020 Fusion loaner I had while my 17 F150 got some warranty work preformed. I achieved 54 mpg when I believe it was only rated up to around 40 mpg. Found that impressive. Even whooping on it I was exceeding 30 mpg on the regular.Actually hybrids get their best milage in stop and go city/urban traffic.