As downsizing has emerged as one of the best ways to meet tightening emissions rules, Ford has dived in headlong with its range of EcoBoost engines. The small turbo engines feature in everything from Fiesta to F-150, returning small-engine fuel efficiency with big-engine power outputs. Now, the smallest EcoBoost engine is getting smaller – albeit for brief periods of time – thanks to cylinder deactivation.
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