Ford Australia drops the slow-selling Fiesta ECOnetic from its lineup as it prepares to release the Falcon EcoBoost, created by fitting its big sedan with a 4-cyl. engine meant to deliver small-car economy. Ford had billed the diesel-powered Fiesta ECOnetic as the most fuel-efficient vehicle available in Australia at 63.6 mpg (3.7 L/100 km) when it was released in October 2009. But Ford Brand Communications Manager Neil McDonald says the car was a halo model, designed to bring ...

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