Known as the first car company to automate production line and produce new cars so efficiently for the masses, Ford has a slew of achievement to begin with. Started in 1903 by Henry Ford in the land of auto, Detroit, Michigan,Ford incorporated a moving assembly line undercutting the production time massively. Ford also introduced daily wage and 8 hours working shift. It is the true American car company, that survived two world wars, the great depression, and 2008 financial crisis without going into bankruptcy.

Ford at one point had various other car companies such as Jaguar, Land Rover, Volvo Automobile Division under its umbrella along with significant shares in Mazda Motors. But going into the new millennium, Ford had a slew of financial problems which rendered ford to sell those companies. Ford retained Lincoln and Troller while selling off the rest of its assets.

Currently, Ford has 13.7% of market share of vehicle sales in US (2020 figures) which is on decline compared to the previous year. Ford family owns 2% of share but still retains 40% of voting right.

Fast forward to the 3rd decade of 21st century, Ford now has the consistently best-selling pickup truck in the USA. Ford vehicles now with their reliable brand image and shift towards carbon neutral operations and EV adoption, have now come up in par with the competition.

Ford currently focuses on SUVs (Bronco, EcoSport, Escape, Explorer, Expedition), Pickup trucks (F-150, F-250, F-350, Ranger) and Cars (Mustang, GT) while pushing for electrification of the fleet with newer models with PHEV and hybrid add-on on the current models. While push for the hybrid and PHEV models were on rise, fully electric fleet of cars such as Mustang Mach-E came just on 2021. Nevertheless, electric fleet of Fords are to be seen on the road.

A true American icon which went through a century of hardship now is on the verge of transition. Shifting away from gas powered engine to hybrids, PHEV and electric fleet would be the way for future.

Ford MPG

Ford cars are known for its safety and brand identity. But what can matter is also the fuel performance or MPG of these Ford cars. Below is the list of Ford cars along with their range of MPG or gas mileage.

Here are some of the 2022 Ford models:

MPG of Ford cars – 2022
Ford Cars MPG
2022 Ford Bronco 15 to 21
2022 Ford Bronco Sport 21 to 28
2022 Ford EcoSport 23 to 29
2022 Ford Edge 19 to 28
2022 Ford Escape 22 to 105
2022 Ford Expedition 15 to 23
2022 Ford Explorer 11 to 28
2022 Ford F-150 Lightning 60 to 78
2022 Ford F150 11 to 26
2022 Ford GT 12 to 18
2022 Ford Maverick 22 to 42
2022 Ford Mustang 12 to 32
2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E 75 to 110
2022 Ford Ranger 19 to 26
2022 Ford Transit Connect 16 to 28
2022 Ford Transit T150 Wagon 11 to 19

Here are some of the 2021 Ford models:

MPG of Ford cars – 2021
Ford Cars MPG
2021 Ford Bronco 25 to 28
2021 Ford EcoSport 23 to 29
2021 Ford Edge 19 to 29
2021 Ford Escape 23 to 34
2021 Ford Expedition 16 to 23
2021 Ford Explorer 11 to 28
2021 Ford F150 16 to 27
2021 Ford GT 12 to 18
2021 Ford Mustang 12 to 32
2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E 84 to 108
2021 Ford Transit Connect 17 to 29
2021 Ford Transit T150 Wagon 11 to 19

Here are some of the models from the past before 2021:

MPG of Ford cars – Before 2021
Ford Cars MPG
Ford Fiesta (2019) 19 to 118
Ford Focus (2018) 19 to 118
Ford Fusion (2020) 21 to 103
Ford Ranger (2020) 20 to 26

Disclaimer: We don’t guarantee the accuracy of figures provided for fuel economy of Ford vehicles and cars in mpg.