Ford C-MAX Hybrid Beats the Prius v

One of the upcoming vehicle models that Ford Motor Company is about to release is the 2013 Ford C-MAX Hybrid. This vehicle is scheduled to go on sale this fall and most of the hybrid car buyers are patiently waiting for the vehicle’s release since it was previously rumored that the C-MAX was designed to beat the fuel economy ratings established by the Toyota Prius v.

Based on the information provided by Ford, the projected fuel economy ratings of the C-MAX was estimated at 44 miles per gallon in the city and 47 miles per gallon on the highway. Given these figures, a lot of car experts are convinced that the C-MAX would surely beat the Toyota Prius v’s fuel economy ratings of 44 miles per gallon in the city and 40 miles per gallon on the highway.

The impressive fuel economy output obtained by the C-MAX was actually brought about by the series of enhancements conducted by Ford on the vehicle’s engine and the electric motor.

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