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The 2013 C-MAX will be Ford Motor Company’s first dedicated hybrid vehicle line and the first MAV (multi-activity vehicle) line in North America.

As Ford’s first North American MAV, the 2013 C-MAX Hybrid provides drivers with plenty of interior versatility and flexibility along with the urban maneuverability of a smaller vehicle.

The C-MAX features a high roof design for an overall height of 64 inches along with a higher command-style seat position instead of a cockpit-type. It also features five-passenger seating that includes a split, fold-flat second-row seat.

The C-MAX Hybrid gets its power through the combination of a gasoline engine and a battery-driven electric motor. When powered by gasoline, the C-MAX Hybrid uses the all-new 2.0-liter Atkinson-cycle four-cylinder engine — a powerful and fuel-efficient engine and among the most advanced non-turbocharged four-cylinder powertrains Ford has ever offered.

C-MAX hybrids offer Ford’s next-generation powersplit architecture that allows the electric motor and gasoline-powered engine to work together or separately to maximize efficiency.

The engine can operate independently of vehicle speed, charging the batteries or providing power to the wheels as needed. The motor alone can provide sufficient power to the wheels in low-speed, low-load conditions and work with the engine at higher speeds.

C-Max features the newest version of SYNC with MyFord Touch. This feature offers multiple ways for customers to manage and control their phone, navigation, entertainment and climate functions through voice commands, menus accessed through controls on the steering wheel, touch screens, buttons or knobs. The C-MAX also offers the next generation of SmartGauge with EcoGuide.

Base model estimated mpg: 47/47
Estimated starting price: $25,200
Compiled by Motor Matters

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