The Ford Fiesta ECOnetic has managed to return an impressive 108.78 mpg UK (90.57 mpg US / 2.59 liters / 100 km) in real-world driving.
The model mentioned above has been driven by ex rally drivers Andrew Marriott and Andy Dawson who managed to be 6 mpg UK (4.99 mpg US) more economical than their nearest competitor. The Ford Fiesta ECOnetic has been driven for 370 miles on a route which involves “real-world driving in challenging weather conditions” and the model has managed to return an impressive 108.78 mpg UK (90.57 mpg US / 2.59 liters / 100 km).
In order to reach these figures, the company’s engineers have fitted the model with some technologies like the special engine calibration, smart regenerative charging, start/stop, optimized gear ratios, eco-mode, lower suspension, low-rolling resistance tires, wheel deflectors and an undershield. Power to the Fiesta ECOnetic is provided by a 1.6 liter Duratorq TDCi diesel engine, which is producing 95 HP (71 kW) and 205 Nm of torque (161 lb-ft). Ford is saying that this Fiesta can return 86 mpg UK (71.6 mpg US / 3.28 L / 100 km) and emit just 87 g/km of CO2.