Angleton Ford has a hybrid vehicle that offers the best of both worlds by saving the environment as well as budgets. And, it is also fun to drive.
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The Efficiency Leaves are intended to be a coach guiding drivers to use less gasoline. Making the driving experience even more game-like, the leaves will also fade and go away when drivers are not driving efficiently — further encouraging energy-responsible driving. It’s Ford’s way of helping drivers realize the fuel-saving characteristics of a Ford C-Max in Angleton. Ford’s renowned hybrid features an Efficiency Leaves function situated just to the right of the speedometer of the 2015 Ford C-Max. The Efficiency Leaves are computer-generated graphics that grow across the display whenever the driver operates the vehicle at pre-established levels of efficiency. Fuel efficiency can be displayed in one of two ways, as chosen by the driver: as a traditional chart or using an innovative display that shows growing leaves and vines on the instrument panel, creating a visual reward for the driver’s efforts.
Speaking of saving fuel — the new C Max from Angleton Ford will help you stretch your dollars with fuel efficiency that will reach up to 42 miles per gallon on the highway and 37 mpg in the city. And the savings are immediate with a super-low starting price under $25,000 for an SE model.
Waste not, want not, right? The C-Max doesn’t waste energy. In fact, regenerative braking helps to recharge the battery by capturing expended energy in the form of heat when you apply the brakes.
Why not do something good for the planet and great for your pocketbook? Schedule a test drive online and plan a visit to Gulf Coast Ford at 3000 N Highway 288 in Angleton, TX, to take one of these industry-changing vehicles for spin. I have a pretty good idea you’ll fall in love the minute you sit inside.