Ford is expanding its dealer network to meet the growing demand for its C-MAX Energi plug-in hybrid vehicle. The company has tripled its certified dealers, allowing more customers to purchase the model.
Ford is increasing the availability of the C-MAX Energi model across the country. The number of certified dealers has grown from 200 to 600, allowing more Americans access to the plug-in hybrid vehicle.
Dealerships must meet certain criteria in order to become certified. This includes having a trained and certified salesperson and technician on staff. Dealers must also provide customers with information about the vehicle’s performance, maintenance and charging capabilities.
Benefits of the C-MAX Energi
The C-MAX Energi offers a variety of benefits for consumers. It offers an all-electric range of up to 21 miles, making it suitable for short trips around town. The vehicle also has a total range of 550 miles, allowing drivers to make longer trips.
The C-MAX Energi also provides drivers with a fuel economy rating of 88 MPGe, making it more efficient than other hybrid models on the market. Additionally, the vehicle is eligible for a federal tax credit of up to $4,007.
Enhanced Customer Service
Ford is also taking steps to ensure that customers are receiving the best possible service. The company is providing dealers with special training to ensure that they can provide customers with the best possible experience.
Ford is also offering customers access to its MyFord Mobile app. The app allows drivers to monitor their vehicle’s charging status, locate nearby charging stations and schedule service appointments.
Ford is taking steps to meet the growing demand for its C-MAX Energi plug-in hybrid vehicle. The company has tripled its certified dealers, allowing more customers to purchase the model. Ford is also providing customers with access to its MyFord Mobile app and specialized training for dealers. These efforts are helping to ensure that customers are provided with the best possible service and experience.
, MIAMI, Nov. 9, 2012