Real-World EcoBoost Mustang Numbers Dead On
How close does the real-world fuel economy for the EcoBoost Mustang come to those great EPA ratings? Well, pretty darn close.
When it became clear that Ford was going to put a high-output, racing-derived version of its 3.5-liter EcoBoost V6 in its next GT, many citizens of the interwebs were livid. Greater fuel efficiency and increased power be damned, the V8 diehards hated the Blue Oval’s change in power plants.
With millennial buyers now making up nearly 35 percent of new Mustang sales, most young buyers are opting for the four-cylinder engine rather than the V8.
People of all ages love the Ford Mustang, especially the new one. However, “millennial” buyers make up 35 percent of Ford’s customer base for the legendary model.