2015 Ford C-Max Hybrid Values

Select a 2015 Ford C-Max Hybrid trim level

2015 model year changes

For 2015, the Ford C-MAX is unchanged.

Competitive comparison

Excellent efficiency and power from both the hybrid and the "Energi" plug-in hybrid models; small car styling with lots of interior space; competitive pricing

Special features for 2015

With the C-MAX, Ford has given the hybrid world a shot in the arm. The C-MAX is a stylish alternative to more established players like the Prius, and its combined 40 mpg fuel efficiency will take you far. Even better, after a generous federal tax credit, the Energi plug-in model is the most affordable plug-in hybrid in America -- besting high-efficiency competitors such as the Chevy Volt, Nissan Leaf and Toyota Prius plug-in.
The five-passenger Ford C-Max Hybrid hatchback wagon comes in two different trim levels that include: SE and SEL. In the standard model, you’ll get 17” alloy wheels, powered accessories, two-zone climate control (automated), Synch voice control system with 8” touchscreen, GPS and smartphone integration (Bluetooth/USB/iPod connectivity), leather upholstery and a six-speaker audio system. You can upgrade to a different trim level or add-on a few other options that include things like a powered and foot-sensing liftgate, parking sensors and assist system, upgraded gauge clusters, heated side mirrors (auto-dim), remote start, backup camera, panoramic sunroof and a premium nine-speaker Sony surround sound system. The C-Max Hybrid features a 2.0-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine that delivers 141 horsepower and 121 pound-feet of torque. A lithium-ion battery-powered electric motor combines with this engine to ultimately deliver a total of 188 horsepower using a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). The C-Max Hybrid comes with a 36-month/36,000-mile limited warranty.