Ford Unveils New Fuel-Friendly Technology

Green's Lincoln-Mercury in Lexington unveiled a new engine technology called "Eco-boost" Thursday.

The all new 2009 Lincoln MKS features the "Eco-boost" technology. Ford motor company says over the next 5 years it will give up to 20 percent better fuel economy for half a million Ford, Mercury, and Lincoln vehicles.

The new Lincoln MKS is the first vehicle to have the new technology.

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  • by Allen Location: Lexington on May 23, 2008 at 06:13 AM
    Not at $45,000 are you kidding me. Drive it off the lot and it is only worth $30,000.
  • by Anonymous on May 23, 2008 at 05:53 AM
    The money you save on gas is offset by the huge buying price. Not worth it, wait until the prices become reasonable, until then, get a geo metro.
  • by Zatoichi Location: Richmond on May 23, 2008 at 02:30 AM
    This Eco-boost technology is an off shoot of the 70 miles per gallon carburator/fuel injector. As we all know BIG OIL and the auto companies have conspired to keep this device out of our hands and cars. Now Ford has broken with the others and finally released this in a production model vehicle. You also get a free 6 month subscription to the Al Gore Life and Times magazine with the purchase of this new MKS. The MKS starts at $45,000 so rush right out and buy one.


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