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Review: 2013 Ford C-Max Energi
SAN FRANCISCO—One of the best compliments I can pay to a plug-in hybrid is that it looks and feels like a regular car. This, more than anything else, is what the automakers should be striving to achieve with these vehicles, in my view — make people...Read the full review
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You're so hip using metric only. After 4000 miles on my C-Max Energi I'm getting 33 mpg on the highway, 43 city. One week I stayed close to home and charged it every 30-40 miles and got 48. The My Touch/Sync software is a frustrating convoluted unintuitive nightmare, typical Microsoft fare. After a month, I still cannot make the most useful features work, like entering an address into the nav system using voice commands, or playing a song using voice commands. Following their instructions, I was unsuccessful at updating the software by downloading it onto a USB and installing from that into the car. My portable wifi hotspot and my home wifi appear as available networks but it will not connect. I'm not happy.
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