Oops. Jumpstartford.com’s zealous campaign to disparage the green efforts of Ford Motor Co. leads it down an error-prone path in its latest salvo against the auto maker. The environmental advocacy group suggests the auto maker favors its European customers by eroding the performance of cars sold in the U.S. “A car-by-car comparison shows that the exact same car, the Ford Fusion, for example, will get 20-40 mpg (12 L/100 km-6 L/100 km) more in Europe than in the U.S…,” says a press ...
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