Ford C-MAX Hybrid aims to be most fuel-efficient, affordable in its class
Ford’s new C-MAX Hybrid soon will make a big statement in the largest hybrid segment with projected leading fuel economy of 47 mpg city – beating the Toyota Prius v by 3 mpg, plus a $1,300-lower base price.
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Unique strategies for smoother Auto Start-Stop control
In the quest to deliver better fuel efficiency for millions of drivers, Ford engineers have more than 25 patents pending for the $295 Auto Start-Stop on the all-new 2013 Fusion. The best technology improves your life by doing its job effectively and then getting out of the way.
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Ford engineers leave no detail in the shade
Can you look cool without sunglasses? Maybe not, so Ford engineers evaluated – and modeled – more than 100 pairs of the fashion accessories with the goal of fitting 95 percent of all frames in the 2013 Ford Fusion’s overhead storage bin.