2017FordC-Max Energi

Adding EV Capacity To Ford's Ultra-Flexible C-Max The world of the gasoline-electric hybrid vehicle is evolving at a far more rapid pace today than it has at any other point in its 12 or so years of existence. The emergence of newer, more compact and more powerful batteries, with quickly…

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2017 Ford C-Max Energi - 4dr Hatchback (SE)
4dr Hatchback (SE)
MSRP:
$27,120
Engine:
I-4
MPG:
N/A
2017 Ford C-Max Energi - 4dr Hatchback (Titanium)
4dr Hatchback (Titanium)
MSRP:
$30,120
Engine:
I-4
MPG:
N/A
2017 Ford Fusion First Drive

The big goal for Ford on this refresh is: Don't. Screw. It. Up. It hasn't. This is a sweet natured car with a good ride and an interior that's easy to like.
Ford offers free charging to 2016 C-Max Energi buyers in two states

If You're In California Or Maryland, You're In Luck

Buyers of the 2016 Ford C-Max Energi in California and Maryland will be able to charge for free at a network of Level 2 chargers.
Road tripping in a Ford Fusion Energi PHEV

Great Trip Car Needs Larger Trunk And Rolling Recharge Capability

AutoblogGreen's Gary Witzenburg takes a Ford Fusion Energi plug-in hybrid on a long trip to Branson, and discovers a few things he likes, a few he doesn't
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Ford bringing C-Max Solar Energi Concept to CES [w/video]

Solar energy might not be enough to power a usable electric vehicle on its own, but that doesn't mean it can't lend a helping hand. And that's what Ford has in store for the Consumer Electronics Show opening next week in Las Vegas.
2017 Ford Fusion First Drive
The big goal for Ford on this refresh is: Don't. Screw. It. Up. It hasn't. This is a sweet natured car with a good ride and an interior that's easy to like.
Ford recalling nearly 24,000 Focus EV and C-Max models over door chime

Ford will be voluntarily recalling 23,830 Focus Electric and C-Max Hybrid and Energi models equipped with push-button ignition, according to The Detroit News. Why? Because the cars don't make a noise when the driver's door is open, and are therefore in violation of federal regulations. It's not as silly as Honda's badging recall that isn't a recall, but it's close.