Gallery: 2013 Ford C-MAX Hybrid, Ford’s First Dedicated Hybrid Starts a...

 

Ford’s first dedicated hybrid, the 2013 Ford C-MAX compact utility vehicle, is slated to arrive in dealers this fall. Ford has announced that the compact five-passenger C-MAX hybrid will start at $25,995 — that’s approximately $500 cheaper than its closest competitor, the Toyota Prius v. Ford hasn’t released the official specs for the C-MAX hybrid just yet, but they do expect it to “blend fuel economy with performance, with projected best-in-class horsepower and torque.”

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  1. Ronald Kramer February 27, 2013 at 12:00 pm

    I thought my 2013 C-MAX would be a Prius Killer? NOT! As a cross over buyer I feel deceived. I want to support US companies and US jobs. What was Ford thinking when they published 47/ 47/47 estimates? I would have been ok with low 40’s but 28-33 is not even in the ballpark. I have been accused of not knowing how to drive hybrid. I lease both a 2010 Prius and 2010 Honda Insight and consider myself an experienced hyper-miler. My mileage in the Prius is 50 plus, the Insight is 40 plus, The C-MAX is a great car, with extremely inflated EPA posted estimates.

    Ronald Kramer
    Yankee Ford Customer
    South Portland, Maine

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