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The EcoBoost 2.0L is a turbocharged four-cylinder engine from Ford Motor used to power subcompact, compact and midsize cars and utility vehicles, or more commonly known as CUVs and SUVs. Featuring a dual overhead cam (DOHC) design, in an inline configuration, the Ford EcoBoost 2.0L architecture is derived from the Ford Duratec 2.0L engine and has been part of the Ford EcoBoost family of turbocharged engines since 2010.

This engine received a thorough redesign in 2015 for the second-generation Ford Edge, followed by the 2017 Ford Escape in the Spring of 2016. The new engine featured a higher compression ratio  (10.0:1 vs 9.2:1), a twin-scroll turbocharger as well as a fuel and oil systems upgrade. Such alterations allowed the engine to generate more low-end torque for all-wheel-drive and light towing applications. The Ford 2.0L EcoBoost engine powers the following vehicles:

  • Ford Edge
  • Ford Escape / Ford Kuga (Europe only)
  • Ford Explorer (2011-2015)
  • Ford Focus ST (2012-2018)
  • Ford Fusion (2013-2017)
  • Ford Taurus (2013-2017)
  • Lincoln Corsair
  • Lincoln MKZ (2012-2016)
  • Lincoln MKC (2015-2018)
  • Lincoln Nautilus

Overview

MetricValue
Engine familyEcoBoost
Displacement2.0 liter
AspirationTurbo
Configuration & cylindersInline configuration, four cylinders
Vehicle engine orientationTransverse
Valve configurationDual overhead cam (DOHC) with variable camshaft timing (VCT)
Assembly sitesBrook Park, Ohio, Valencia, Spain
PredecessorMazda L Engine
SuccessorCurrently none

Specifications

MetricValue
Bore87.5 mm
Stroke83.1 mm
Compression ratio (gen 1)9.2:1
Compression ratio (gen 2)10.0:1
Max power @ RPM (gen 1)200 hp @ 5,500 rpm
Max torque @ RPM (gen 1)221 lb-ft @ 4,500 rpm
Max power @ RPM (gen 2)252 hp @ 5,500 rpm
Max torque @ RPM (gen 2)270 lb-ft @ 4,500 rpm
Cylinder headAluminum
Cylinder blockAluminum
Camshaft driveChain

Vehicle Applications

VehicleTransmissionDrive Wheels[email protected] RPMTorque (lb-ft) @ RPM
Ford Edge (2011-2014)Six-speed automaticFWD / AWD240 @ 5,500270 @ 3,500
Ford Edge (2015 +)Six-speed automaticFWD / AWD245 @ 5,500 275 @ 3,000
Ford Escape / Ford Kuga (2013-2015)Six-speed automaticFWD / AWD240 @ 5,500 270 @ 3,500
Ford Escape / Ford Kuga (2015-2019)Six-speed automaticFWD / AWD245 @ 5,500 275 @ 3,000
Ford Escape / Ford Kuga (2019 +)Eight-speed automaticFWD / AWD250 @ 5,500 275 @ 3,000
Ford Explorer (2011-2015)Six-speed automaticFWD / AWD240 @ 5,500 270 @ 3,500
Ford Focus ST (2012-2018)Six-speed manualFWD252 @ 5,500 270 @ 3,500
Ford Fusion (2012-2016)Six-speed automaticFWD / AWD240 @ 5,500 270 @ 3,000
Ford Fusion (2017-2019)Six-speed automaticFWD / AWD245 @ 5,500 274 @ 3,000
Ford Taurus (2013-2017)Six-speed automaticFWD / AWD240 @ 5,500 270 @ 3,000
Lincoln CorsairEight-speed automaticFWD / AWD250 @5,500 280 lb-ft @ 3,000
Lincoln MKZ (2013-2015)Six-speed automaticFWD / AWD240 @ 5,500 270 @ 3,000
Lincoln MKZ (2016-2019)Six-speed automaticFWD / AWD245 @ 5,500 274 @ 3,000
Lincoln MKC (2015-2019)Six-speed automaticFWD / AWD245 @ 5,500 275 @ 3,000
Lincoln NautilusEight-speed automaticAWD250 @ 5,500 280 @ 3,000

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