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2016 Ford C-Max

2016 FORD C-MAX: Ford's two dedicated hybrid vehicles, the C-MAX Hybrid and C-MAX Energi plug-in hybrid drives into the 2016 model year with the next generation of power split technology. Both the C-MAX Hybrid and C-MAX Energi get their power through the combination of the 2.0-liter Atkinson-cycle four-cylinder gasoline engine and an advanced lithium-ion battery-driven electric motor. The collective power plants generate 185-horsepower and are matched to an eCVT hybrid power split transaxle transmission. The C-MAX Energi is charged by connecting the vehicle's external charge port to either a standard 120-volt outlet or available 240-volt charging station. Both C-MAX models feature a high roof design, a five-passenger cabin that includes a split, fold-flat second-row seat, and 43.4 cu. ft. of cargo room behind the first row Additional available technology features on C-MAX include active park assist, push-button start, AM/FM/CD/MP3 Sony Audio, HD radio and voice-activated navigation system. The C-MAX hybrids also feature standard curve control that is designed to slow the vehicle when it's cornering too fast and torque vectoring control to help accelerate through a turn when necessary. Advance track with roll stability control and electric power-assisted steering also are standard. More technology features available for C-MAX include active park assist, push-button start, AM/FM/CD/MP3 Sony audio, HD radio and voice-activated navigation. Standard MyKey technology allows parents to choose from multiple top speed limits and to block explicit satellite radio programming. MyKey issues a persistent audible warning if front occupants do not buckle safety belts.New colors are offered for 2016 - Shadow Black and Kona Blue. For your information, the C-MAX hybrids are built in Wayne, Michigan and are the company's first dedicated hybrid vehicle line and the first MAV (multi-activity vehicle) line in North America. 

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