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used 2016 Ford C-Max Energi Wagon Overview
The used 2016 Ford C-Max Energi Wagon is offered in the following styles: SEL 4dr Wagon (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT). Pre-owned C-Max Energi Wagon models are available with a 0-liter hybrid engine, with output up to 0 hp, depending on engine type. The used 2016 C-Max Energi Wagon comes with front wheel drive. Available transmissions include: continuously variable-speed automatic.
What's a good price on a used 2016 Ford C-Max Energi Wagon?
Save up to $0 on one of 5 used 2016 Ford C-Max Energis for sale at dealerships within 25 miles of Ashburn, Virginia with prices as low as $14800 as of Mar 22, 2018, based on data from 5 dealers and 25 consumer-driven dealer ratings ranging from 3 to 4.5 out of 5 stars.
Price comparisons for used 2016 Ford C-Max Energi trim styles:
The used 2016 Ford C-Max Energi SEL is priced around $16000 with average odometer reading of 26507 miles.
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Vehicle SEL 4dr Wagon (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
Review The car is a ?Plug-in Hybrid?. The ?Plug-In? part is a pure electric car. It needs to be ?plugged-in? to an electric power source to charge its battery. This battery is used to power an electric motor to drive the car. Electric only vehicles are typically called ?EVs? and I will use EV to refer to the car in electric-only mode. Separate from the EV, C-Max Energi is a ?Hybrid? car. The Hybrid is a car with a normal gasoline engine, but also uses the engine to charge a battery, which powers an electric motor to either drive the car on its own or supplements the gasoline engine to drive the car. This improves gas mileage, especially in stop-and-go city driving. The battery for the EV part of the C-Max Energi is good for about 20 miles on a full charge and 550-mile range on a full tank/charge. Prior to getting this car, I had rented several Toyota Prius models and drove them for months. They have many plusses: first, they have been on the market for over 10 years so all the kinks have been worked out; next, they have 50+ MPG gas mileage and even higher in stop-and-go city driving. Also, there are probably 15 variations of Prius to choose from. And Toyotas have legendary reliability. So, why did I go for the C-Max, a Ford, an American car? The two minuses compared to the Prius are it has lower gas mileage - 45 MPG in my first two tanks of gas - and the reliability is unknown ? the model has been available for about five years. Consumer reports has the C-Max 5-10% below the Prius in reliability. But, I felt the pluses where many. Listing them quickly: ? It?s much quieter - insulation from road noise and a longer wheelbase and larger wheels means it rides smoother/quieter. ? Better acceleration - while the engine is 2.0L vs. the Prius 1.8L, the C-Max is heavier cancelling out the larger engine advantage. But the C-Max combines electric and gas power when you want to accelerate, so getting on the highway quickly is no problem. ? Roomier and higher - for such a small frame, its very roomy inside because it?s tall so getting in and out is easy. ? Lower cost - because it?s an EV, there are a number of government incentives (below) that lower the cost. To sum up my view, the C-Max Energi has many plusses and only two minuses, which I can live with. And I?m buying American (paperwork with the car says it?s about 55% US, with the rest from Japan, Mexico and elsewhere) EVs qualify for up to a US$7,500 federal government tax credit and the C-Max Energi qualifies for a $4,007. It also qualifies for $1,500 rebate from California. These incentives make the car much less expensive and pushed me to get the plug-in hybrid instead of a normal hybrid. Combined with incentives from Ford, the price was very attractive and pushed me to get a C-Max Energi vs. the Prius. After being shown the numbers, there was no way I was not going to lease. Before I go into the numbers in the lease, let me describe the incentives (or discounts) from Ford that totaled $12,000: ? $4000 tax credit for an EV. If I bought the car, I would be able to reduce my federal taxes by $4000. However, if I leased the car and Ford still owned it, Ford would take the tax credit and give me an immediate $4000 discount. ? $4000 factory incentives - this was a $4000 standard discount that Ford had provided all year. ? $2500 year-end incentives - combined with a few other programs, I get another $2500 off. ? $1500 lease incentive - this one I don?t really understand. If I bought the car outright, I would get all of the above. If I leased the car, I would get $1500 more. The 2016 C-Max Energy had a sticker price of $34,000. Add to it about $2,000 of taxes and fees and subtract the $12,000 in incentives, right off the bat, the car is costing me $24,000. (34,000+2,000-12,000 = $24,000). $24,000 is the amount I am financing with lease. Then Ford took the $12,000 less the $2,000 tax and expense and used the remaining $10,000 as a down payment for the lease. So I had to put no money down. I drove off with the car, and except for paying for insurance, did not pay a dime. I looked at the monthly payments and the residual value, (the amount I would have to pay if I decided to keep the car at the end of the term for lease) for a lease of 24 months, 36 months and 48 months. It was clear that the 36- month lease was the lowest cost. The numbers are: ? Price of the car: $24,000 ? Deduct the end of three years? residual value provided by Ford: $12,500 ? My 36 payments, including interest: $12,000 ? Tax on the payments: $1,000 So, I am paying $13,000 divided by 36 monthly payments (about $360 a month) and can give the car back to Ford at the end. If I want to keep the car, I pay Ford $12,500 plus tax of about $1,000 or $13,500. I have done the math and the interest rate I am paying 4.36% per year.