Ford
C-Max
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MSRP $27,465 to $32,118

MSRP

$27,465 to $32,118

Ford’s hybrid “multi-activity” vehicles, the C-Max Hybrid and C-Max Energi, allow operation in electric mode at higher speeds than other hybrids. The C-Max Hybrid features an advanced lithium-ion battery that is 25 to 30 per cent smaller and 50 per cent lighter than nickel-metal-hydride (NiMH) batteries used in first-generation hybrid vehicles. The C-Max Energi is estimated to deliver an 800-kilometre overall driving range. New last year, the EcoSelect feature helps the vehicles drive more efficiently by automatically adjusting climate control and other factors. Both versions are also equipped with SmartGauge with EcoGuide, an information system that displays fuel economy readings on the instrument panel – enabling motorists to monitor their driving behaviour. Additionally, the standard Brake Coach feature helps drivers fully optimize the regenerative braking system of the vehicle.

Seating Capacity
5
Drivetrain
FWD
Fuel Economy
City - 0 L/100 km
Hwy - 0 L/100 km
Transmission Options
Automatic
Engine Options
2.0-litre inline-four (141 hp, 129 lb.-ft.) with integrated electric motor (188 hp net)

Ford C-Max News & Reviews

  • 2012 Ford C-Max.
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    NICE • The Ford C-Max is designed, built and sold in Europe; and the first time I saw it I wanted to take it home. Apparently, my reaction is exactly what Ford is hoping for. The…

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  • 2012 Ford C-Max.
    Road Test  

    NICE • The Ford C-Max is designed, built and sold in Europe; and the first time I saw it I wanted to take it home. Apparently, my reaction is exactly what Ford is hoping for. The…

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