2013 Ford C-MaxMackenzie W - Roswell, GA03/28/2016
Very nice amenities such as heated seats, a/v connectors, GPS, Sirius if wanted, USB ports and a wall charger if needed. Keeps you up to date on your average mpg (40.2 and still climbing). Has rain sensing wipers and a back wiper. The volume of the radio can adjust with your speed so you don't have to play with it while driving. It syncs to the phone by Bluetooth for hands free communication. It has nifty lights on the doors and in the foot well that can change color and brightness. Nothing useful, just cool. Push button start so you just have to have your keys on you. It will also recognize you are at the car door and will unlock for you. Can tap the door handle to lock again. Can parallel park by itself and has a decent backup camera.
Proof Hybrids can be luxurious
2013 Ford C-MaxBrad Slaughter - Lake Havasu City, AZ02/18/2017
The level of luxury is surprising. Fun, luxurious and economical. It is even easily towable behind a motorhome. It meets ALL of my needs and desires. Had it for 9 months. By the way, be sure to buy the SEL with all the goodies, and there is no change between 2013 to 2015 years. So IGNORE Consumer Reports who love the 2014 and 2015, but say there are some issues with the 2013. No difference.
Lots of eager shoppers may be surprised to know that many of the features found on some of the latest 2018 vehicles are already available on newer used cars. Here’s a breakdown of some of these cool features.
Henry Ford once famously told customers that his Model T came in any color they wanted, so long as that color was black. That was over 100 years ago. Today, the vehicles available to us come in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes, with a profusion of available options and features. Whether you're shopping for a quality used vehicle, or you want to take the plunge with a new car, 2017 is a great time to see what's available.