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 |  Jan 27 2014, 12:32 PM

5. Ford Explorer


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The sole American vehicle that makes it onto the list is the Ford Explorer when equipped with a 2.0-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine. With 240 hp and 270 lb-ft of torque, it offers plenty of power while staying competitive with an EPA rating of 20 mpg city, 28 mpg highway. Priced from $31,905, the Ford Explorer gets 23 mpg combined.

SEE ALSO: 2013 Ford Explorer Sport Review

  • Anonymouse

    280 lb-ft of torque in the Q7 TDI? That can’t be right. Diesels are stump-pullers!

  • Jason Carmichael

    You must be looking at the wrong page. The Q7 this has 406 ft of torque

  • jdriley

    What about the Acura MDX? 20/28 city/hwy

  • Anonymouse

    Clever. Seems like AutoGuide picked up the error before anyone else noticed.

  • Evan

    Wow, no Acura MDX????

  • Mohankeneh

    You know, if they put mazda 5 up there, why not the nnew kia rondo? its basically better in almost every way possible.

  • Mohankeneh

    and also the acuraMDX!

  • CHW

    Both Kia and Hyundai models are extremely noisy inside you can’t hear yourself think let alone hear clearly any conversations

  • J

    Can’t believe people would buy such fuel inefficient cars. Car makers definitely collaborating with oil companies.

  • jl321

    J-don’t be so judgmental until you know what you are talking about. Some of us live in areas where you must have a 4-wheel drive to get around 1/2 the year. I work from home and barely put any miles on a vehicle, so I think that more than makes up for not driving in a tin can. Besides, I’d rather pile 7-8 people in a car when going somewhere then drive into a city everyday with just 1-2 people.