Originally Posted by TboneZX3
Likewise, the EPA city cycle doesn't reflect the stop-and-go you're describing here. Therefore, I'm not sure why one would expect the actual MPG to compare to the rating in these differing conditions.
Exactly my point. I don't argue EPA, I am glad with what I get from my car in the amount of driving in the city area. But, if I'd have a daily commute of 4 miles and city driving stop-and-go, I'd go for a hybrid without afterthoughts. Unless Ford will put in the Focus the idle-stop system. THAT would be GREAT to have.
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