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Topic - Greg Johnson
"It's got the efficiency of a small gasoline I-4 when cruising," explains Johnson, "because that's fundamentally what it is.
"The 2012 Ford Explorer with EcoBoost is going to mark a new era in smaller-displacement SUVs, offering more power than the previous 4.0-liter V6 with a really remarkable improvement in fuel economy," said Greg Johnson, manager of North American power packs. "Similarly, Edge with EcoBoost and C-MAX with the EcoBoost 1.6 will both serve to redefine customers' opinions about smaller-displacement engines."