As of 2016, cars with Ford four-cylinder engines include the 2015 Ford Mustang with a 2.3-liter four-cylinder EcoBoost engine; the 1986 through 1991 Ford Taurus L, GL and Mercury Sable GS sedans, with 2.5-liter 90-horsepower engines; and the 2015 Ford Fusion. With a 177-cubic-inch, four-cylinder engine, the classic Ford Model T engine delivers 20 horsepower. In 1991 Ford boosted the Taurus and Sable engines to 115 horsepower. It was the last year Ford produced the cars with four-cylinder engines.
Ford offers the Mustang with a turbocharged EcoBoost intercooled dual overhead cam, 16-valve inline four-cylinder engine, direct fuel injection, and an aluminum block and head. The rear-wheel drive car has a six-speed transmission and a 140-cubic-inch engine, and it delivers about 305 horsepower at 5,500 revolutions per minute and an estimated torque of 300 pound-feet at 2,500 revolutions per minute. The Mustang reaches a top speed of about 145 miles per hour.
Introduced in 1985, the midsize Taurus and Sable are four-cylinder front-wheel drive sedans offering a choice of three-speed automatic or five-speed manual transmissions. Built on 106-inch wheelbases, the sedans each seat six people, with a choice of bench or bucket front seats.
The Ford Fusion is a front-wheel drive sedan featuring a 16-valve, double overhead cam inline four-cylinder engine. The 2.5-liter engine delivers 175 horsepower at 6,000 revolutions per minute and 175 pound-feet of torque at 4,500 revolutions per minute. The Fusion has a six-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel independent suspension.