Ford CMAX energi lease
The Ford C-Max is a line of hybrid cars. This Energi model is really the plug-in version but with a catchy name. Make no mistake though, this lease offer puts you into a 100 MPGe car at a very affordable rate.

2015 Ford C-Max Energi Lease
$3865 Due at Signing

(Excludes tax, title, license and registration fees. 100 MPGe.) Miles: 24,000

MSRP $29,280

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Payment Breakdown: Ford is offering a lease of a 2014 C-MAX Energi SEL to well qualified lessees. You will pay $292 a month for 24 months for total lease payments of $7,008, a $825 destination charge and a $2,928 down payment for a total of $10,761 for the lease term (not including fees, taxes, dealer charges, etc.). Not all C-MAX Hybrid models qualify for the $250 incentive, see your dealer for details.

Mileage: This 2014 Ford C-MAX Energi SEL lease comes with 21,000 miles over the life of the lease. Any additional miles driven over the allotted 21,000 is charged at $0.20 per mile. So even if you drove 1000 miles over the 21,000 you would only be charged an additional $200 for the extra miles driven.

End of Lease: Once your lease is up you will have the option to purchase the car at a pre-negotiated price or you can simply return the car to the dealer and lease your next vehicle. Keep in mind that you will be charged for any unusual wear and tear and for all additional mileage driven over the allotted amount.

Fine Print: *This lease may be available to customers who qualify through your participating dealer. Not all lessees will qualify. Higher lease rates apply for lessees with lower credit ratings. All figures are provided as an example of a lease.

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Ford C-Max Energi Test Report
To begin with, a small portrait of the Ford family. The C-Max compact MPV attempts a career in the United States in two variants: the C-Max Energi plug-in hybrid dual drive capable of providing a total range of 800 km and C-Max Hybrid (whose batteries are recharged only users.’s second direct competition MPV Toyota Prius while the first is the Chevrolet Volt, Opel Ampera alias. Vu?
Ford C-Max Energi and C-Max Hybrid are produced in the USA factory in Van Dyke, the United States , Michigan Sterling Heights. This plant today inaugurated a new production line dedicated to hybrid engines. It thus will be the only North American plant producing hybrid traction. This is to confirm the changes made to the version for routes of Old Europe a flotilla of 17 copies of the Ford C-Max Energi currently circulating on this side of the Atlantic.
In Cologne, Germany, the Ford C-MAX Energi participate in the study “colognE-mobile” in the amount of € 13.2 million relating to the use of electrified vehicles in the city and their integration into the transport infrastructure.

The C-MAX Energi, already marketed in North America, is part of a range of Ford electrified vehicles being launched in Europe. It goes on sale in Europe in 2014 and will be followed by the new Mondeo Hybrid. The Focus Electric, produced in Germany last June, will be available in the network next September.

The C-Max Energi Announces electric range of 20 miles (32 km) according to the U.S. cycle, compared with 11 miles (18 km) of the Prius Plug-in in the same conditions. However, it should be noted the difference in American and European standards. On the Old Continent, in fact, the Prius Plug-in is credited with a range of 25 kilometers. Logically, the C-Max Energi should be revised upwards in the EU cycle. Full autonomy is given to 880 km. Lack of data on the capacity of the tank this specific version, however, it is impossible to derive information about consumption in thermal mode.

On the other hand, Ford has not communicated the battery capacity installed in this model. Lithium-ion type (like the Prius Plug-in), they should logically show larger than those of its Japanese competitor, with all the implications that this may have on the price in the catalog.

Moreover, the (non-rechargeable) hybrid version of the C-Max announces consumption city 47 mpg or 5.0 l/100 km. Again, Ford announced better than Toyota and Prius v (Prius + in Europe), credited with 5.3 l/100 km city (44 mpg). Recall that the European cycle ad 3.8 l/100 km for the Prius +