2016 Ford C-Max Hybrid ratings and reviews

The 2016 Ford C-Max Hybrid is the C-Max Energi’s hybrid cousin, bringing with it an extra trim level for drivers to choose between. The C-Max Hybrid is available in the base SE and SEL trims, with SE including split-folding rear seats, 17-inch alloy wheels, four-wheel independent suspension, an emergency communication system, power outlets, a rear reverse sensing system, and automatic headlights. Drivers can add a Cold Weather Package to the SE that includes heated mirrors and seats, but these features are included in the SEL trim. SEL also adds a navigation system, keyless ignition and entry, automatic wipers, and leather upholstery. Available for either trim is an Interior Protection Package with all-weather floor mats and a cargo area protector and an Exterior Protection Package that adds front and rear molded splash guards. All C-Max Hybrids include a 3-year/36,000-mile warranty plus eight years or 100,000 miles of protection for the hybrid system.

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The 2016 Ford C-Max Hybrid is the C-Max Energi’s hybrid cousin, bringing with it an extra trim level for drivers to choose between. The C-Max Hybrid is available in the base SE and SEL trims, with SE including split-folding rear seats, 17-inch alloy wheels, four-wheel independent suspension, an emergency communication system, power outlets, a rear reverse sensing system, and automatic headlights. Drivers can add a Cold Weather Package to the SE that includes heated mirrors and seats, but these features are included in the SEL trim. SEL also adds a navigation system, keyless ignition and entry, automatic wipers, and leather upholstery. Available for either trim is an Interior Protection Package with all-weather floor mats and a cargo area protector and an Exterior Protection Package that adds front and rear molded splash guards. All C-Max Hybrids include a 3-year/36,000-mile warranty plus eight years or 100,000 miles of protection for the hybrid system.
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