I’ve never been a fan of hybrid cars. Anyone who knows me or has ever visited my Facebook page knows they are not my cup of tea, but when the guys at Henry Day Ford asked me what car I’d like to try out next I decided I should see what everyone’s been[…]
As noted in a previous post, the C-Max is almost eerily quiet. As in, “sneak up behind unsuspecting coworkers” quiet. But before I really jumped into punking my coworkers, I wanted to understand a little more clearly the reason behind the silence. Here’s what I found: Door Insulation: Typically, hybrid makers will do just about anything[…]
I only had one evening to spend with the C-Max, so I wanted to make it count. And since this car has been so highly acclaimed for its ample space, I could think of no more fitting way to spend the evening than out with friends. We took the C-Max out for a delightful and[…]
The Rundown It’s that time again (even though it’s actually the first time ever): time for a Ford Experiment Challenge. This will be a segment of the blog that will highlight Henry Day’s lineup of Ford cars against just about anything alive and inanimate alike. There might even be a few abstract ones. To get[…]
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In late 2012, Ford released the C-Max, a car that many in the industry would call “The Prius Killer,” a spacious, stylish hybrid destined to be the car that finally dethrones Toyota’s Prius from its lofty position at the top of the fuel-efficiency food chain. Does it do it? Cnet and Motortrend seem to think[…]