We asked the question, “How would you celebrate an EPA-estimated 110 MPGe?” when we announced that the official fuel economy numbers for the 2012 Ford Focus Electric. And some of your ideas were very fantastic!
Matthew D. thinks we should give one away in 110 cities around the U.S.
Peggy L. would do a happy dance with the whole world watching.
Jeff M. would spin donuts around the gas station.
Blair P. simply said “Road Trip!”
Fernando H. says this one is easy: By drag racing a Chevrolet Volt!
Matthew B. would go for a drive.
It’s time to add your voice to the conversation. Share your opinion with a comment below. What would you do to celebrate?
The 2012 Ford Focus Electric has an official EPA-estimated 110 miles-per-gallon equivalent (MPGe) in the city and 99 MPGe on the highway, with a combined EPA-estimated 105 MPGe. The car features an advanced charging system that allows the car’s battery to fully recharge in four hours using available 240-volt outlets that can be installed in residential garages.
MPGe is used by the EPA to compare energy consumption of electric vehicles such as the Ford Focus Electric, as well as other alternative fuel vehicles, with the fuel economy of conventional internal combustion vehicles expressed as miles per U.S. gallon.
Visit ford.com for more information about the 2012 Ford Focus Electric.