2020 Ford EcoSport Fuel Efficiency and Specs
The Ford EcoSport was first made available for sale in 2018, but has been produced in Brazil since 2003. This subcompact SUV crossover comes with Ford Co-Pilot360 Technology, along with available 4WD and four trim level options, which include the S, SE, Titanium and SES. The 2020 Ford EcoSport also has FordPass Connect with a Wi-Fi Hotspot and the capability to start, stop, lock and unlock your vehicle from a smart device.
The EcoSport comes with a 1.0L EcoBoost Engine, which means that the engine is turbocharged and has direct injection, but has an available 2.0L TI-VCT I-4 engine. Additionally, this Ford vehicle comes with standard Auto Start-Stop Technology that helps save gas and cuts back on emissions. Now that we have a summary of the 2020 Ford EcoSport, let’s investigate the fuel economy and specs.
EcoSport Fuel Economy
The 2020 Ford EcoSport has a relatively similar fuel efficiency rating across all trim level options. Check out the table below to learn about the starting MSRP and EPA estimated MPG for each trim level option!
|Trim Level Option||Starting MSRP||EPA Estimated MPG|
|S||$20,485||27 city / 29 highway|
|SE||$23,450||27 city / 29 highway|
|Titanium||$26,265||27 city / 29 highway|
|SES||$27,380||23 city / 29 highway|
The SES trim level has a different estimated MPG because it has a 2.0L TI-VCT I-4 Engine with Auto Start-Stop Technology with an intelligent 4WD system, while the S, SE and Titanium have the 1.0L EcoBoost Engine.
Test Drive a 2020 Ford EcoSport in Chicago, IL
The 2020 Ford EcoSport is available at Metro Ford in Chicago, IL! Check our EcoSport inventory and visit our lot to see our selection for yourself! If you want to take the 2020 EcoSport for a ride, make sure to schedule a test drive! We look forward to meeting you!