Ford Focus Electric: The Most Efficient 5-seater in the US

The Environmental Protection Agency has finally provided the official ratings of the Ford Focus Electric and this has made the model the most efficient five-seater car in the US. The EPA confirmed that the Ford Focus Electric has obtained the combined rating of 105 MPGe.

The Ford Focus Electric has actually obtained the ratings of 110 MPGe in the city, 99 MPGe on the highway, and 105 MPGe combined. The combined rating is far better than what Ford Focus Electric’s closest competitor which is the Nissan Leaf provides. The Nissan Leaf received the rating of 99 MPGe and this clearly shows that the Focus Electric leads by about 6 MPGe.

In addition to this, the Nissan Leaf’s 73-mile range in pure electric mode has also failed to beat or even match the Ford Focus Electric’s 76-mile range. However, the 3

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