Apparently Ford specialists have decided to upgrade the 2014 Ford C-Max Hybrid which, according to the carmaker, will go on sale in December this year. The model will be capable of improved fuel economy and better performance and they are also trying to improve customer satisfaction. The new model will also come with several hardware changes like, for example, gearing changes that will offer more efficient transmission drive ratio, new hood seal, front and rear tire deflectors, A-pillar moldings and of course, the addition of rear lift gate deflectors to improve vehicle aerodynamics and new engine oil with reduced friction.
There are small differences in driver behavior and driving condition scan have a significant effect on the degree to which the gasoline engine of the hybrid is used for propulsions which affects fuel efficiency. The result will be a lower miles-per-gallon label for the 2013 Ford C-MAX Hybrid, but the testing session is not ready yet. Customers who purchased their vehicle will receive a check from Ford for $550 and the ones that have leased their vehicles will receive $325 back.
All existing customers will be notified by mail. Now, the American carmaker is working with dealers to re-label vehicles on dealer lots. In case there are customers that have extra questions they should feel free to contact the Ford Customer Relationship Center. For the moment, these are all the details available on the new model Ford has decided to improve, but more will be released soon, so stay tuned.
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