2017 Ford C-Max Energi Pricing


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2017 Ford C-Max Energi

Pros

  • High overall fuel economy
  • Useful electric-only range
  • elevated driving position
  • Stylish and well-made interior
  • Refined handling and ride dynamics

Cons

  • Firmer ride than some rivals
  • Less useful cargo space than you expect
  • Far more expensive than conventional C-Max hybrid

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Features & Specs

Titanium 4dr Wagon (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)SE 4dr Wagon (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
Starting MSRP$30,120$27,120
MPG3939
Seating55
Transmissioncontinuously variable-speed automaticcontinuously variable-speed automatic
Fuelhybridhybrid
Horsepower188 hp @ 6000 rpm188 hp @ 6000 rpm

Safety

NHTSA Overall Rating

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration offers independent analysis.
  • Frontal Barrier Crash Rating

    Overall4/5
    Driver4/5
    Passenger4/5
  • Side Crash Rating

    Overall5/5
  • Side Barrier Rating

    Overall5/5
    Driver5/5
    Passenger5/5
  • Combined Side Barrier & Pole Ratings

    Front Seat5/5
    Back Seat5/5
  • Rollover

    Rollover4/5
    Dynamic Test ResultNo Tip
    Risk Of Rollover14.7%

Top Consumer Reviews

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Consumer Rating


Way better than a Prius!
My last 4 cars were Priuses, my wife also drives a Prius. Her first response when she drove my C-Max was, "WOW!" I wanted a plug in, but the Prius plug in wasn't available yet in my state (plus, it's about 8 grand more than I paid for my C-Max), so I took a look at the C-Max Energi. SO GLAD I DID! I LOVE THIS CAR! It is better than the Prius in every possible way, except, possibly, reliability, which in the Prius is legendary, the C-Max could be too, just haven't had it long enough to know. It is faster, more quiet, much more comfortable, and the deal I got was unbelievable (especially when you include the $4,500 refundable federal tax credit!). I'm also getting more miles per charge than advertised, as much as 28 miles. Update: now that the cold weather has arrived, the range is down to about 16 miles, but I'm still averaging 76 mpg through the first 17,000 miles. You can charge it at home, fully charges overnight, with a regular outlet, as best we can tell, it cost about $20 per month in electricity, and, lucky for me, I have fast chargers available to me for free at my work (fully charges in just over 2 hours). I cannot recommend this car more highly! Crazy thing is, I never see any on the road? Ford, clearly, isn't doing a good enough job marketing this car, it blows the Prius away, and I know what I'm talking about, between my wife and me, we've had seven, never thought I'd by any other car.
Great gas mileage
Where do I start? Well I've had hybrids since my 2006 Ford Excape sold after 135,000 trouble free miles and average from new mileage of 43.2mpg. While still owning that car I bought a 2010 Ford Fusion, another great trouble free car with an average since new mileage of 45.3 mpg. Now to the Great little CMax what a great car. Words can't explain the potential of this plug in Hybrid. To start I have 26,120 miles and have used 204.2 gallons of gas. Doing the math shows the mileage that is possible, it has achieved 127.9 mpg since new. My best tank of gas was 334 mpg and my worst tank was 32mpg. My current tank has 2,213 miles and I am at half tank; the odometer has it at 245.8 mpg. This tank is slightly less than half, It looks like I may beat my best tank. I typically go around 30 miles on a charge. I have gone on a Sunday drive as far as 51 miles, while trying to see how far I could go. This 51 miles on a charge did take a lot of hyper mileing and slow speeds out on rural country roads. During the hot summer months in Oklahoma the battery still goes around 15+ miles on a charge. For anyone living in a small town or large city this is a car to consider. It is not at it's best on the freeways. Typically it gets around 40+ mpg on the open road. In city highways with a lot of stop and go it shines well over 60 mpg. Reading some test drives it seems that their purpose is to only focus on the low side of what the car can do. If you live less than 30 miles from your work and it does not include any high speed freeway driving you can go to and from work on one charge, this is a fact. I was so impressed with this car I purchased my wife a 2017 Fusion Energi. She has 3,125 miles and has used 50.7 gallons which is 61.6 mpg which is a 50/50 mix of driving on freeway and town. Her best tank so far was over 100 mpg and her worst was 34mpg. All I can say is this is a great car for anyone that wants to save on fuel and it does not take any trick driving to get great mileage. It will easily go 80 mph in all electric for a short distance, the trick is to not try to drive electric on the freeway save the battery for city driving by putting the car in EV later. I know of drivers that have gone over 11,000 miles on electric only. The ski is the limit if you really want to get a fun to drive little electric capable vehicle.
Beats Prius hands down
As an older shopper, all of the items rated, like interior comfort, ride height, comfortable seats were all important. The C-max just hits that sweet spot. It is far and away so much better than my 2011 Prius. The interior is downright PLUSH. The 10 way power seats are the most comfortable of all the hybrids tested, which included the NIRO, and Ioniq. The pwr tailgate is another plus. By the way, I have been getting 24 miles range on pure electric alone, which takes care of all our around town trips. We seldom use the engine on these trips so my fuel mileage rating is currently 68.6 miles per gallon! It takes abt 6 hrs to charge a fully depleted battery, and that's on 120 volt outlet. I am amazed how much better this car is as opposed to my Prius. The Ford cvt does not whine like the Prius, acceleration is way better, sound insulation keeps the entire car quiet. I don't know why the C-MAX was not on my radar when I first started looking for a new hybrid, but I am sure glad I stopped to check it out! Ford has definitely upped their game! 02/10/18- I have not changed my opinion, the Ford continues to be far superior to the Prius in all areas. We now have 3000 miles of mostly local driving. Since this is mainly battery, my average MPG is now reading 91.1 mpg!! I absolutely love the fact that I can charge from a normal 120 volt outlet. It makes it so easy. The electric stays all electric until the charge is gone. I have noticed a shorter range in winter where electric seat heaters take the largest draw during use. When it does move into hybrid mode acceleration is way faster than the Prius. The only thing I would like would be for more storage up front. I might also add that everything works as intended. That is quite different from the Continental we had back in 2010. That was such a poor car, we traded it in for the Prius! Like I said before, Ford has really improved a significant amount.

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2017 Ford C-Max Energi Overview

The 2017 Ford C-Max Energi comes with front wheel drive, . Available transmissions include: continuously variable-speed automatic, . The 2017 Ford C-Max Energi comes with a 3 yr./ 36000 mi. basic warranty, a 5 yr./ 60000 mi. roadside warranty, and a 5 yr./ 60000 mi. powertrain warranty.

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2017 Ford C-Max Energi Gas Mileage

2017 Ford C-Max Energi Titanium 4dr Wagon (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT), continuously variable-speed automatic, electric fuel
39 compined MPG,

2017 Ford C-Max Energi SE 4dr Wagon (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT), continuously variable-speed automatic, electric fuel
39 compined MPG,

EPA Est. MPG39
Transmissioncontinuously variable-speed automatic
Drive Trainfront wheel drive
Displacement2.0 L
Passenger Volume118.9 cu.ft.
Wheelbase104.3 in.
Length173.6 in.
Width72.0 in.
Height63.8 in.
Curb Weight3899 lbs.