There should be no surprise at the steps being taken by nearly every automaker to introduce more sustainable options. While certain decisions in design and engineering may be called into question by certain breeds of drivers, it does nothing to diminish the appeal of the innovative vehicles (especially in the eyes of their intended audience).
There are a growing number of drivers who find themselves fixated less on the ‘joy of driving’. Choosing to view driving in its simplest form (as a means of getting from Point A to Point B) they focus more on fuel economy and energy consumption than they do on horsepower, design, and utility. That said, automakers don’t turn a blind eye to such concerns. In fact, each and every one seems to be racing to find the best possible balance between these two mindsets.
In this regard, the Ford C-Max manages to carve out its own distinctive racing lane. Reminiscent of more diminutive European designs, the C-Max endeavors to be a sustainable option that can be something to everyone. Boasting best-in-class horsepower and seating among small hybrids, it aims to tick the boxes some drivers may be less concerned with. Add in confident cargo space and a wealth of technology, and the C-Max serves as a strong reminder that driving an eco-friendly vehicle doesn’t mean compromising the joy of driving.
First introduced in 2012, the C-Max has a few years under its belt. This means that you have the option of exploring several model years, all of which fall into a late-model category. This is great news considering that some customers may prefer to buy pre-owned. But, whether you’re looking at a pre-owned model or the 2018 Ford C-MAX – Cincinnati, OH drivers need look no further than Kings Ford.
The 2018 Ford C-Max is available in two variants: the standard Hybrid and the plug-in Energi. The former is priced to start around $24,120 MSRP for the more budget-friendly SE trim. Opting for the well-equipped Titanium trim level bumps the starting price up to around $27,275 MSRP. This is aligned with the starting MSRP of the plug-in Energi (which is available in the same two trim levels).
The (base) SE model is Bluetooth-enabled and features voice-command capabilities. Its infotainment system is built around a 4.2-inch display (with rearview camera) and a six-speaker sound system with CD, USB, and smartphone integration. An added feature that proves hardly is a 110-volt household outlet.
Enhancement packages are available, including such features as built-in navigation, 8-inch touchscreen, and interior upgrades. Of course, the Titanium trim features all of this and more, including a premium nine-speaker Sony audio system with HD capabilities.
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