Ford Kuga Engine

The new Ford Kuga 2013 includes for the first time in its range of EcoBoost engine technology, achieving the goal of improving fuel efficiency very significantly, achieving a 10% reduction in diesel consumption and up to 25% of consumption gasoline.

The supply of petrol version of the new Kuga is a 1.6-liter EcoBoost engine with two different options for power and traction. On one hand, we can choose between front-wheel drive version with 150 hp power, reducing to 154 g / km CO2 emissions and with an average consumption of 6.6 liters per 100 km. The second option option is the full wheel drive version with 182 hp, with emissions of 179 g / km of CO2 and an average consumption of 7.7 km per 100 km.

For the supply of diesel version is available on 2.0-liter Duratorq TDCi engine, also with two options regarding the power. With respect to the 140 hp engine power, you can opt for all-wheel drive and front. In any case, the average consumption consists of 5.3 liters per 100 km and CO2 emissions reach 139 g / km. For the 163 hp version, being able to also opt for front-or all-wheel drive, the Kuga's average consumption is 5.9 the 100 km and reaches the 154 g / km CO2 emissions.

The whole range is available Kuga low emission ECOnetic technologies, which include gearshift indicator, Eco Mode, and close Active front grille, through which the opposition is able to reduce wind, achieving, in turn, reduced fuel consumption.
For AWD engines there are two different options for automatic transmission: the torque converter, exclusive gasoline engine, 180 hp and AWD, and PowerShift dual-clutch, for diesel engines of 163 hp or 140 AWD.

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