More Ford C-MAX Hybrid Details Revealed!
DEC
14

Anyone out there remember when you could utter the phrase, “I’m just going to put a couple bucks of gas in the tank” and you could scrounge around for those spare bucks in your pockets and pretty much end up with a quarter of a tank or more to work with? Nowadays? Those couple bucks get you one notch above running on fumes! The point is, fuel economy is a priority for many of us today.

That’s why Ford is beyond stoked to talk about its new hybrids, the C-MAX Hybrid and C-MAX Energi plug-in hybrid, both of which go on sale in the second half of 2012. The C-MAX Energi is expected to deliver a better fuel economy equivalent in charge-depleting mode than the Toyota Prius plug-in hybrid with a 500-mile overall driving range, more than Chevrolet Volt. The new C-MAX Hybrid is targeted to achieve better fuel economy than the Toyota Prius v. The C-MAX hybrids will be the company’s first dedicated hybrid vehicle line and the first MAV (multi-activity vehicle) line in North America.

And, by the way, you think great fuel economy is important to you? Ford might have you beat with its near-term electrification plan; it intends to triple production capacity of its electrified vehicle range by 2013. The C-MAX vehicles will be built on the company’s global C-segment platform and are two of five electrified vehicles Ford plans to launch in North America in 2012.

C-MAX Hybrid and C-MAX Energi get their power through the combination of a gasoline engine and a battery-driven electric motor. When powered by gasoline, the two C-MAX vehicles use the all-new 2.0-liter Atkinson-cycle four-cylinder engine – a powerful and fuel-efficient engine and among the most advanced non-turbocharged four-cylinder powertrains Ford has ever offered.

The electric motors of the C-MAX hybrids are powered by advanced lithium-ion (li-ion) battery systems designed to maximize use of common, high-quality components, such as control board hardware. Li-ion battery packs are more efficient than nickel-metal-hydride (NiMH) batteries. They also are 25 to 30 percent smaller and 50 percent lighter than NiMH batteries used in today’s first-generation hybrid vehicles.

The C-MAX line has plenty of other cool attributes beyond crazy-good fuel economy. For example, there’s the new and innovative hands-free liftgate appearing on some new Ford vehicles, allowing for easy access to the cargo department without the need for keys to open it; a kicking motion under the rear bumper opens and closes the liftgate. The newest version of SYNC® with MyFord Touch® is another feature, as is the next generation of SmartGauge® with EcoGuide, giving instantaneous fuel economy info and tips for optimizing regenerative braking for driving range. For the Energi, there is also MyFord® Mobile, a smartphone app that gives you the ability to monitor charging, receive alerts, find charging stations and more via phone or computer. Other available technology for C-MAX includes active park assist, push-button start, AM/FM/CD/MP3 Sony® Audio, HD Radio™ and voice-activated Navigation System.

In the safety department, the C-MAX hybrids offer standard technologies such as the MyKey® teen safety feature, SYNC 911 Assist™ and seven airbags. SYNC 911 Assist uses hands-free phone capabilities to connect the driver directly with a local 911 operator through the paired phone should an accident occur in which an airbag deploys. The C-MAX hybrids also have driver-assist technologies, including Curve Control, designed to slow the vehicle when it’s cornering too fast, and Torque Vectoring Control to help accelerate through a turn when necessary. AdvanceTrac® with Roll Stability Control™ (RSC) and electric power-assisted steering (EPAS) also are standard.

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112 COMMENTS ON THIS ARTICLE
Robert T Gee 45 MPG wow . i get 42MPG out of my mazda 3 skiative and i didnt have to pay$26000 andwill never have to replace a battey at about $4200. I ask you ford where is the $25000 Cmax Van that would make more sence. At $25000 with seating for 7 and about 38mpg.
1 year(s) ago via
james k The C-Max is amazing. I've had mine almost 2 weeks now. I love everything about it. It's my new company car. I had an F-150 now the C-max. As of today I'm already getting 45.2 mpg It takes a few days to learn how to drive to get everything out of it. This car will pay for itself in 3 1/2 years. It definitely has the necessary room to move, I'm 6' 2" and I fit in fine. I highly recommend this can. Westland mi. Sharon's Heating and Air Conditioning.
1 year(s) ago via
Edison I love Ford. Especially this C-MAX, two inches talling than Toyota Pirus-V, 7 more miles per gallon, Wow! For my old back, the two inches height is a great news! Love Ford for this All American Car!
1 year(s) ago via
Otter I would really love to see the 7 passenger over in the US. Also the diesel version.
1 year(s) ago via
Robert T curb weight Grand C-max 3150 lbs. C-MAX Hybrid 3,682 lbs. C-MAX Energi 3,986 lbs. how is it better to carry all that extra battery I rather keep the 3rd row diesel at 49mpg .Also a Grand Cmax would start 2 or 3 thousand Cheaper.E-cars are stupid
1 year(s) ago via
Carrie It all sounds great BUT WHEN?? What are the numbers going to be for the Energi? I have a hard time understanding how supposedly within 6 months a new car will be launched but we can't show it to you....let you price any of the models out....or let you test drive. RIDICULOUS. Even the pics in the ads say "pre-production" model shown????? Just a few months out and have no SOLID information. I love when i ask this of a dealer they tell me they are taking pre-orders?? of a car I can't see?
1 year(s) ago via
Robert T the price is not brilliant there are fords diesel cars in the UK that get around 50 MPG and cost thousand less. i believe the 7 seater cmax gets 49 MPG
1 year(s) ago via
need a 7 seater I agree on the 7 passenger issue--for my buying power Ford is making a bum choice. I was psyched when I heard about this car (originally talked about as 7 passenger) and when Ford announced only seating for 5, well, I am now waiting for the new Mitsubishi hybrid instead.
1 year(s) ago via
B.J. Drums Saw the price announcement today. Brilliant!
1 year(s) ago via
Robert T Ford is not listening to there costumers everyone wants the Grand C max not your E-cars which are stupid. Almost every comment on ford social says the same thing 5 passenger Cmax is stupid Give us the 7 passenger.
1 year(s) ago via
James M It's hard to find facts. Is the 7-seater definitely not coming stateside?
1 year(s) ago via
Don Shrout Don S I don't need a 7 seater. I only need 2 front seats & the rest for cargo , I dont need a truck. I just want a car like that
1 year(s) ago via
Robert T Ford is not getting it. Everyone wants the 7 seater C-max not your E cars
1 year(s) ago via
Janis L I go along with the two comments above about the price--make it reasonable. Let's not get greedy, Ford--not in today's economy. The fact that Ford didn't take any government money to keep it going is the reason I will stay with Ford and NEVER even CONSIDER Chevy. And I do not want to buy foreign. So PLEASE keep the price right.
1 year(s) ago via
Gordon Smith Gordon/ The complaints I have with hybrids is the luggage space given up to the nickel metal hydride batteries. It looks to me that Ford's use of lithium ion batteries address both weight and space issues. I still would like to know what transmission Ford intends to use.
1 year(s) ago via
awesome I was so excited to read that Ford was going to release a 7 seater that got over 30mpg in the US. I just read that the CMax in the US will only be a 5-seater. Bad move, Ford. You just lost my business.
1 year(s) ago via
Tony Weiler I am waiting to see what happens at the dealers with C-Max. I was money-in-hand for the Volt, but dealers added a $5k premium to the price. As it penciled out, it would have taken 100,000+ miles to break even vs. a Cruise, the base of the Volt. No deal. Summary: PRICE matters, even to those of us who don't need credit. The C-Max has to pencil out vs. the Prius V, where prices can be negotiated, even today. I can pay whatever, but it's price has to make sense in the long run.
1 year(s) ago via
B.J. Drums I was crushed by the $40K price tag of the Focus EV. Sure hope that the C-MAX doesn't price out that high. Suggestion: Keep it $30K or LESS for middle America.
1 year(s) ago via
rick Sure hope they put a luggage rack on the CMAX!
1 year(s) ago via
Blaine I was looking for the 7 seater as well. Which ever company can build a 6 or 7 seat cross over that gets better than 35 mpg will get my business. Common Ford get'er done!
2 year(s) ago via
Chris When I first saw the C-Max, I was really excited and looking at the existing European version, thought I found something that would make deciding betwen Ford and Prius V easy (in Ford's favour). But after seeing that Ford was reseving the larger 7 seater with sliding doors only for the Europeans, it is no longer a slam dunk (and I am not sure I want to wait for the C-Max, which will have less interior room than the Prius V, for my family).
2 year(s) ago via
Connie T Big mistake not bringing 7-passenger to U.S.!!!
2 year(s) ago via
Roman S Ok, so I'm strongly considering the C-Max Hybrid (also the Focus ST). But did they really not put any LED lights in the tail lights and front lights are not Xenon or LED, but the good old crappy headlight technology, really Ford, come on! Make this thing look cool, add some LED tail lights and good looking and bright headlights. Please!
2 year(s) ago via
Matt sliding doors and third row seating. C'mon Ford. Listen to your customers!!!
2 year(s) ago via
brockway I would like the Grand C-Max with the option of a third row, but I think the third row would have very little leg room. Leg room is something that seems more important to Americans than it does to those in Europe, for some reason. The third row seating should at least be offered. I would really like to see a gas and diesel option available. I was really excited about the C-Max when I saw it at the 2011 auto show, but then disappointed this year when the got rid of the conventional engine, sliding doors, and other features found in the European version. I really would like to see the S-Max here too, but with traditional mini van seating that allows a pass through from the front seat to the back. That adds a lot of versatility.
2 year(s) ago via
Harry Reppert Harry: C-Max Energi is exactly the 5-passenger design we've been hoping for. Virtually fuel-free for the 80% of around town errands and short commutes that we drive and yet capable of handling our gear for outings and making long-haul trips. The Energi will be our next car.
2 year(s) ago via
Pete Not that Ford is going to care. I have waited long enough for american auto makers to catch up to the competion. I can n ot find the C-max demensions and will most likley go with thePrius V. I would rather support American auto makes. They just don't get it. The Prius V is pretty sweet. Waited long enough.I would think the 7 passenger would be just another option with the 5 /hy as a part of the family. Pete
2 year(s) ago via
Bill Schram I dont think Ford is reading what we want. There are other companies out there also that make some nice cars for europe that we cant get. Im waiting for the new Escape and wonder if they will do like they did last fall for the C max. I really dont want to be a test pilot for an electric car. The teamsters are supposed to picket the Louisville plant and if they do, my plan A is to go to Hyundai or Toyota to get an American worker made car. The Fusion is made in Mexico for pesos and Im not going to pay dollars.
2 year(s) ago via
robert this is stupid every one wants the 7 seater and ford wont give it to us. how hard is it to bring a car to the US they already make. NO ONE CARES ABOUT YOUR ELECTRIC CARS. they do environmental damage then any gas car and the 7 seater C-max diesel get 53 mpg
2 year(s) ago via
robert Is any body at ford reading the comments. No one care about the Electric cars every body want a Grand Cmax
2 year(s) ago via
Neil Barney In order to be successful in the USA, it MUST be the 7-passenger, sliding door model. FORD! Please don't disappoint all the Americans who have been waiting for this car!
2 year(s) ago via
Dennis Lehmann when will the seven passenger version be available ?
2 year(s) ago via
Lucas J Now all they need is AWD and they will get my money.
2 year(s) ago via
katie c 3rd row seating sliding doors and space behind 3rd row so you can have the whole family in and still be able to go on trips take their sports gear and not worry about do you have anoff room do we have to take a second car just to go down the road
2 year(s) ago via
Heather Smith sliding doors and third row seating, that's what we want! Also would love to have the active cruise control feature that my Lincoln MKT has also, love that feature! Like the knee air bag idea also, would like to see some of the crash testing done on it.
2 year(s) ago via
Tammy Too bad they have decided on making only a 5 passenger. I am buying a car soon and this would have been perfect if it seated 7. I don't see why it is offered in Europe as a 7 passenger but not here in America. Unwise decision by Ford.
2 year(s) ago via
jim merkner Not enough details are given about th engine; e.g., compression ratio? direct injection? corona ignition?? turbo??? Alloy block? Continuously variable valve timing?
2 year(s) ago via
Christopher Flynn 1. Is there to be a 2013 escape? (Like in previously speculated 2013 plug in Hybrid Escape) 2. Is the only plug in Hybrid "suv" the C--Max Energi?
2 year(s) ago via
Kei Jidosha Looking forward to the C-Max Energi to replace our Murano. It will do our 15 mile daily commute without needing gas, yet still able to make trips up to see our daughter. Big enough to fit what we need and small enough to park in the Bay area. Competition? None yet.
2 year(s) ago via
Ken Johnston I too am not looking for aMINI VAN and enjoy the sliding doors of my current Honda van Why are you going away from the versions you sell in Europe including a gasoline version. I have been waiting for this van and will wait until I see the final version, but I must say at this point I am starting to be pessimistic about this van. When can we get more details?
2 year(s) ago via
Brad Barefoot Hey Alan Mullally ! Thanks again for the Ford Social trip last month, now down to business. Is there any truth that the S-Max could make an appearance in the US market? A mutual friend Alan Campbell remebered a comment you made in 2010. Thank you again.
2 year(s) ago via
Richard Cantwell Thought this was going to be the car for me but now the reduced size will probably rule it out we are due for a new car this year but you may nogt have a car for me?????
2 year(s) ago via
The hybrid/plug-in decision was the reason my son and daughter-in-law chose the Mazda 5. Absolutely did not see the benefit of the much more expensive C-max. :P
2 year(s) ago via
John Mann The C-Max Plug In will be a hugh failure just like the Volt and the Leaf.
2 year(s) ago via
Jerry Cochrane Seven passenger seating is driving my interest. No plus 2, I am no longer interested.
2 year(s) ago via
Natalie Sliding doors and 3rd row seating NOW!
2 year(s) ago via
Hannah Wampler Will this have the third row? None of the electric cars on the market will fit my family. I dont want a hybrid SUV. This car soy sounds perfect for my family but I have heard its going to actually be another five seated with hinge doors. why?
2 year(s) ago via
Joe Botana We are big Ford enthusiasts & have owned 12 Fords. Would like to get a hybrid next but disappointed that rebates and low financing are never offered and the price differential is so great. Would be nice if you made it a little easier to "go green" and at the same time help foster economies of scale.
2 year(s) ago via
Michael Bashta I'll get it, but I must have AWD. SUV would be a bit better, though. Also, you guys should make a real site for the C-Max!!!
2 year(s) ago via
J Carr For the whole "economy of scale" arguement... numbers will lower price. Lower prices equal more customers. C'mon: my dad just wants MILEAGE! He doesn't need (or understand) SYNC/MyFord stuff. Give Boomers an analog option (large guages & controls). It's essential to be able to read the gauges. Plus, save some $$$ is very appealing. Think outside the box. Me? I want my HD radio. James in Detroit
2 year(s) ago via
Larry Chapman Ditto - Sliding doors and 3rd row seating!
2 year(s) ago via
Dennis Embry We have a Nissan Leaf, and really want to ditch our other gas car for the Energi. We love the Leaf and want the Energi, too.
2 year(s) ago via
Arturo From Kansas Ford is still not trying hard enough to get us off of foreign oil. They could easily make a car with less looks and ameneties that could cost in the 15k range. Instead they load it with everything as standard and charge you nearly 40k base price. It would be so much easier to get off of foreign oil if they made the base price at 15k and completely strip it of all those unecessary gadgets. They're cool, and if you want them, just make them options. But Ford has failed at making electric power available because the executives are in bed with the oil industries. Trust me, I'm no environmentalist hippie who wants to save the earth, but I think it's important for the US to get off of oil and get our economy back to the top of the world. Elecrtic vehicles provide that option.
2 year(s) ago via
Family Man Please, please, please bring the C-max with sliding doors from Europe, please. I hate my Toyota Sienna. C'mon, just bring it. If you can make it AWD even better. Please again!
2 year(s) ago via
Curious Will there be any AWD versions of these new hybrids slated to come out?
2 year(s) ago via
Tom Nieters Ford is making a big mistake. Parents with kids don't care about HYBRIDs, they care about SLIDING DOORS and THREE ROWS. Bring the Grand C-Max and I guarantee I'd test drive it, but I won't even look at either of these cars.
2 year(s) ago via
Ron i drove a C-Max diesel with a tiny engine in Europe last year. I got over 40 mpg city, highway, wherever. it would cruise at 100 mph (approx 160 kph) on the autobahn without any issues, and for a diesel was quite peppy. it was large enough but not too large. i am looking forward to getting on here.
2 year(s) ago via
Brad Barefoot Hey Jeff Daily ! Who just won Truck Of The Year Award ... Again. That would be Ford. Quality wins, or as my old Toro rep says .... When the tailgate drops the B ------- stops. And there is a reason Chevy cost less to fix .... they break down more often.
2 year(s) ago via
Jonathan Diaz I have always been a Toyota Driver. But I am definitely in need of a change. Im liking the Ford Edge and the Ford CMAX. If CMAX has all the safety features Edge has I am definitely getting both. I believe that the Escape should be redesign to look like a junior Edge instead of a bigger Focus. I definitely want a SUV/Crossover Hybrid but the interior of the 2012 Escape is shabby to my point of view. I wonder if the Edge would come as a hybrid in the near future. To me, its all about Looks, Safety, then Fuel Economy.. Yeah.. that's right!.. call me superficial.. :)
2 year(s) ago via
Ruben They had me with the 7 passenger C-Max with sliding doors. Now, its an Odyssey, Sienna, or Caravan. I had 2 kids with surprise twins this yr, (Total of 4 kids). Sliding doors are mandatory! Original price point had me buying 2 vehicles ... now one mini-van :( There goes my convertible mustang ...
2 year(s) ago via
rob the C-max and Grand C-max are selling faster then they can make them. It's a shame ford wont bring it to the US. Every Comment on every article on the web saids the same thing. No one CARES about the E cars. (BUY Back MAZDA)
2 year(s) ago via
William My 2002 Honda Insight already gets close to 600 miles to the tank, so this is not that impressive. Give me a 1000 miles per tank in a four seater, then that would be something to talk about.
2 year(s) ago via
Tom I would love a 7 passenger, being a disabled vet I have to stretch my dollars. I support my daughter and three grandchildren. We need the seats and the economy! If I can beat the pump price this 7 passenger vehicle would mean the most to us.
2 year(s) ago via
Tom I would love the 7 passenger!
2 year(s) ago via
LANCE I'm very disappointed that Ford won't be offering a Focus hybrid. I want a Focus, but I want one that goes fifty miles on a gallon of gas. it looks like there will be a second Prius in our garage. Lance
2 year(s) ago via
RudyHassen I think Ford is doing a hell of ajob lately, as they have done ascertain timesin the past. All the negativity and criticism is worse than non-productive, it's energy sapping. We're just talking about cars here folks. There are HUNDREDS of buying options if you don't want a Ford. If you have a suggestion, why not just make the suggestion without the childish vitriol?
2 year(s) ago via
Jimmy Bost I think it's a great car at a great time. The C-MAX is very popular in Europe. Small cars, hybrids, and wagons are all gaining popularity here in the US and Ford has the best technology and new products of any automaker!
2 year(s) ago via
Brad Barefoot Hey RJ Johnson. As a past business owner who dealt in large whole goods don't expect the dealer to have anything to offer until at least 60 days prior to a new vehicle launch. That is the way John-Deere and Toro does business, I expect Ford to run along the same lines. But, until that time go to Ford's United Kingdom (UK) site and click on the C-Max there. I've been there numerous times and you'll see specifications, colors, wheels, just think hybrid. As far a pricing goes I expect it to be priced in between the current Fusion & Escape Hybrid. I'm hoping the options list follows from the UK, especially the hands free rear lift gate and wheel options, heck bring the UK options catalog too. I spent close to an hour the first time I read thru it. RJ I hope this helps.
2 year(s) ago via
Alan Campbell Here is a quote from Car and Driver 9/2010 article: "Ford CEO Alan Mulally agrees with the critics and was reportedly so impressed by the S-Max that he’s keen to bring the next-gen version to the U.S. " So it seems Ford is listening and good things are coming!!
2 year(s) ago via
Alan Campbell For those wanting the 7 passenger Grand C-Max, my guess is that Ford will offer the much nicer S-Max instead, to compete with the other full sized mini vans from Toyota/Honda and Chrysler. The Grand C-Max which may not be big enough for larger American families, will compete too closely with the smaller C-Max Hybrid and Energi,
2 year(s) ago via
Alan Campbell WOW...the Energi will get better mpg than the Prius-Plug In in charge deplete(hybrid mode), which means greater than 49 mpg. And the C-Max Plug in will get better than mpg than the Prius v at 44/40 mpg. Ford engineers have been working overtime. And the vehicles, batteries and transmissions are all made in the US. GO FORD!!!
2 year(s) ago via
ROBERT ford is only posting positive comments because they wont post mine NO ONE CARES ABOUT YOUR E CARS THEY WANT THE 7 SEATER CMAX.(BUY BACK MAZDA)
2 year(s) ago via
Jamie At Ford Thank you, Joshua for not only sharing your passion for Ford but for being a loyal Ford Family member for so many years! Wishing you many happy holiday travels in your Ford Fusion Sport this winter! Stay tuned for the latest release info about the all-new 2013 Fusion as well as the C-Max Hybrid. As more details are available, you may begin to see why these models are setting an industry standard for eco- and wallet-friendly vehicles. :) Jamie Ford Customer Service Division
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Bob Disappointed that Ford canceled the 7 passenger version. Looking to replace 2007 Mazda 5, but there are no options. Toyota Prius V didn't bring their 7 passenger to US either. We are not Europe, think the 7 passenger would sell fine here.
2 year(s) ago via
Claudea Heise Why are people saying that this car sucks? Please elaborate.
2 year(s) ago via
James McRitchie One difference between Ford and Toyota. I post a question on Toyota's Facebook question and get a response to my e-mail address within two hours... twice. Ford, nothing so far.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Jared DuBose Loved this in Europe, can't wait to see them stateside this year...
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
scott i'm not sure how this discussion turned into ford vs. chevy... as far as the c-max goes it's ford vs. mazda. it's good theres finally another car in the same class as the mazda5 but i personally don't think it's got much on it.
2 year(s) ago via
Tim I want one!
2 year(s) ago via
Charles Ramsey I am interested in the range and MPG ratings as well. I would also like to know cargo capacity and other related dimensions.
2 year(s) ago via
Kyle Rood This car sucks
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Brad Barefoot Hey Ford ! How about allowing preliminary "build your own" for the C-Max Hybrid ? I'm hoping for a Sterling Grey SEL, with optional trailer hitch for my small trailer.
2 year(s) ago via
Peter Wilson I like this...it's good to see American auto industry making cars that compete.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Brad Barefoot Hey Ford ! The C-Max Hybrid seems to be a hit with the group. I was pleased to read that quite a few of the Euro-Version options like the hands free lift gate will be onboard. Like another Ford crewmate mentioned I too have yet to see a *Volt on the highway. My son bought a hybrid close to 4 years ago and was floored when I spoke about the C-Max Hybrid. Please Mister Ford Engineer one Christmas Wish, offer a trailer hitch from the factory. I won't ask for anything else.
2 year(s) ago via
Brad Krekelberg Hi. I'd still like a gas or diesel powered Grand C-Max. With a manual if you're feeling especially generous. Thanks.
2 year(s) ago via
Kevin What is the range on electric power and MPG? How big is the fuel tank?
2 year(s) ago via
Kirk Krieger @ Jeff Daily. My old F-150 had over 400 000 km on it and never accepted a pull from a Chev. I
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Amin Abdolmaleki wooooooWW
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Billy Edmonds I own a 2010 f150. Anyway. I have question on hybrids. When the batterys go out after the warranty last I heard the cost to replaced them was between 7k and 8000.00 dollars. If so then then only green I see comes out of the owners pocket. So where's the $ saved
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
RJ Johnson I've been checkig with my local Ford dealer on C-Max since news first broke. They are not able to give any info on price or options. With a 2012 release, shouldn't they have information for those who wish to purchase? Driving Escape Hybrid since 05, we are dold on C-Max, but can't order one.
2 year(s) ago via
Kurt Gardner Any news on pricing?
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Robert Burton gm=government motors... wonder what the hood ornamante will look like? oh yes id rather walk down the street carying my ford steering wheel than drive a bowtie
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Lawrence Bischof love Ford
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Russian women, Russian girls & Russian brides - eastcupid.com love Ford
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Rob Volence Buyer BEWARE.....building junk is the NEW STANDARD!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
David Drage Our fords are good over here,its just the advertising gurus that dont fo there job properly.technologically we flog the GMH products.hopefully our time in the sun will be soon
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
David Drage Good reply Rick.its the same in australia.we didnt need taxpayers money but GMH did.ford rule
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Joshua Scott I love my Fords (the two I currently own, 4 previous ones)...and it would take a lot to get me to buy another brand, but these plug-in hybrids are dead on arrival. I expect most people know that. The Volt was a total flop. I've yet to even see one and I live in an area where people normally flock to these cars. Let's see me more EcoBoost and 27 mpg Fusion Sports (like mine) where the car will lift off the ground when I floor it but not pain me at the pump. Ford continues to innovate -- but don't be afraid to move forward with something exciting and fresh.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
DavidWm I want one........Made in America, please.
2 year(s) ago via
Troy Bunker Its great to see the fued goes on between ford and chevy competition is good but at least ford didn't need us to bell them out!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Rick Seconds Who owns Ford again? That's right "FORD". Who owns GM?,the government, and we all know how F'd up the government can be!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Rustle See Here we go... Side note: keep up the great work FoMoCo.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Jeff Daily you say that chevy sucks i would like to hear you say that when my chevy is pullin you out of a ditch, or pullin you back from wherever your ford breaks down!!!!! And lets talk about fixing them chevys are way easier to fix!!!!! If you dont drive a bow tie you will spend some time walking or getting pulled from behind one!!!!!!! FORDS ARE JUNK!!!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Dave Wiebe Ford rocks go ford chev sucks
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Jeff Matzie @Tristan.Keep riding your 2 wheeler..Ford probably gets you to your races.and if your a bowtie driver,maybe the tow truck{ford} will..
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Robyn Kuffa Ringwall I thought the C-MAX wasn't going to be produced in the US. I'm happy to hear the reports were wrong! I hope this will be my next new Ford!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Sabari Sasidharan Pillai Oiîi bob dia..
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Noah That is ugly. You guys can do better than that. I have been a ford guy all my. That is weak sauce ford. Especially for a hybrid. Do better!!!!!!
2 year(s) ago via
Derrell Smith Been waiting for this car.
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Jill Ehrhardt FORD.....First On Race Day!!! lol!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Tristan Landry Suck!!!!!!!!!!!!!
2 year(s) ago via Facebook
Jill Ehrhardt FORDS RULE!!!!!
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