The confirmation comes from R&T writer Alex Nunez, who is a well respected auto journalist and Mustang owner so I would venture to say he is definitely in the know. Nunez also goes on to say don’t expectthe 2.3-liter EcoBoost 4-cylinder to be the base Mustang engine. He sees the new EcoBoost Mustang engine slotting in between the V6 and V8 engine as more of a premium choice.
Who should we believe now? After reading the initial article on Edmunds I was a bit skeptical as to why Ford would offer both a V6 and turbocharged 4-cylinder providing the same power outputs and fuel mileage but now R&T has made me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Let’s just wait and see what happengs with this one.