2016 Ford C-Max Redesign, Release and Changes - Ford Cars Review
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2016 Ford C-Max Redesign, Release and Changes, 2016 Ford C-Max will receive a renovation that will make him both sleeker and sharper, while the absolute most of its features and capabilities is likely to be carried over. Ford C-Max 2016 continues to be a great selection for people moving while cutting the expense of fuel usage.The 2016 Ford C-Max Energi is a plug-in hybrid which is not too different compared to previous model. It has some alterations and improvements, but it is without major changes. This could be a good thing, because if you have something amazing already, there is no reason to change it.Ford C-Max is a compact MPV in production since 2003, at least in Europe. US C-Max lineup is exclusively hybrid-oriented and offers a choice between conventional hybrid and energi plug-in hybrid. European conventional models are getting ready for a redesign as of 2016, and it is expected that their American hybrid counterparts will follow the same routine. 2016 Ford C-Max will receive a facelift which will make him both sleeker and sharper, while the most of its features and capabilities will be carried over. Ford C-Max 2016 is still a perfect choice for people moving while cutting the costs of fuel usage.The C Max is Ford company’s medium range MPV that has been highly successful in Europe. The 2016 Ford C-Max minivan is going to be released as Global model, which means that it’ll be available with just the same engine and equipment level in all markets. Apparently, it is also going to be sold along with the hybrid version that’s going to be available only for US market.The new 2016 Ford C-Max should appear on sale in early 2016. It is possible to be available later this year. In addition to gasoline and diesel engines, will be made with hybrid and plug-in hybrid drive.
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