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Old 06-12-2021, 02:39 PM   #21
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I was just looking at the specs, trying to find out exactly what they mean by an eCVT (no details). Anybody know? ....
I dont.. but a fellow forum member sent me the below statement via PM. Perhaps he does not wish to post in public.

The "CVT" in the hybrid Maverick (and Escape, and Fusion) is actually a power-split hybrid transmission system; it is not a belt-type CVT, and does not involve friction or traction or anything else that would be a durability or reliability concern. It is the same design as used by Toyota in all of its hybrid vehicles.
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Old 06-12-2021, 03:34 PM   #22
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I was just looking at the specs, trying to find out exactly what they mean by an eCVT (no details). Anybody know?

What I did catch was the 13.8 gallon fuel tank. I suspect thatís going to make for a pretty short towing range, especially with the 2.0EB and a trailer in the upper half of the 4000# rating.
You get a larger tank with the 2.0L.
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Old 06-12-2021, 03:43 PM   #23
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You get a larger tank with the 2.0L.
That would make sense. Must have missed it. The website specs are a bit hard to navigate.

I found this, which is much more helpful.
https://media.ford.com/content/dam/f...ifications.pdf
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Well in a different fourm I'm on I commented on this already. I expect them to sell like hotcakes for many reasons just maybe not to the fourm members. I can see it's use by many, just like all of the post 70s gas crunch vehicles... Datsun, Toyota Chevy Lov.
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I was just looking at the specs, trying to find out exactly what they mean by an eCVT (no details).

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