Ford has announced that their newest hybrid, the 2013 C-MAX, is projected to earn an impressive 47 MPG in the city and 44 MPG on the highway. The C-MAX Hybrid will also be the most affordable hybrid utility vehicle, starting at $25,995, which includes the destination charge.
The C-MAX Hybrid has a flexible interior with a high roofline, offering 52.6 cubic feet with the rear seats folded down and 24.5 cubic feet behind the second row of seats. This far exceeds that hatchback or sedan hybrid variants currently available that are priced near the 2013 C-MAX.
To virtually build the all-new C-MAX Hybrid, visit Ford's configuration site to see what packages, options, accessories, and colors are available.
The C-MAX Hybrid is already for sale in Europe. For more information on how to purchase one, visit motors.co.uk.