2017 FORD C-MAX has lower starting price and new titanium trim

Last Updated: December 16, 2016By Tags: , , , , , ,

The C-Max an rest of Ford’s small vehicle lineup are on sales right now. So far this year they are double cheaper. With the sugar on top, the producer is knocking down prices and adding a range-topping Titanium model.

The 2017 Ford C-Max Hybrid and C-Max Energi begins at $24,995 and $27,995 relatively, before available tax credits and deals. Those prices show a $50 price fall from the 2016 C-Max Hybrid, and a huge $4,650 d fallfor the Energi.

The Titanium package is available on both the hybrid and plug-in hybrid C-Max

The Titanium package is available on both the hybrid and plug-in hybrid C-Max. It is adding wheels that are specially designed, 10-way power passenger seat with lumbar and leather-trimmed seats. It has also available hands-free, foot-activated liftgate feature. The SEL trim on the C-Max Hybrid is gone.

It’s not easy to tell, but Ford tuned up to the exterior sheetmetal a little bit. The upper grille has smaller opening , and the headlights are also placed a bit lower. On the outside, the taillights has new designe. It will have slightly more angular shape. For 2017, customers can choose a new White Gold paint job.

Except of these small changes, the C-Max lineup stays pretty much the same. The C-Max Hybrid features a 2.0-liter Atkinson-cycle four-cylinder engine is paired with an electric motor and combined with 188 hp. It has a 1.4 kilowatt-hour battery pack. The Energi plug-in has the same engine and same combination with 188 hp, but it has a bigger 7.6 kW-hr battery. It still doesn’t have projected EV range and fuel economy, but they will probably stay the same as the year before (19 miles, 88 mpge).

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