Originally Posted by gkirk
The huge selling point of that car is the 47mpg. I'm really curious what people get with it.
People seem to be averaging more like 40mpg and there's word that Ford's testing is going to get checked by the EPA...
However, the people that would buy a C-Max are probably loading it with several kids and probably have a lot of traffic in their commute, otherwise they wouldn't shell out the extra money for a hybrid. But still, the mileage claims are 47/47. So the 40mpg still seems kind of low to me. EDIT: Especially with the Prius getting 49mpg and Prius V getting 42mpg in real life/Fuelly. It really upsets me how far behind the US still is when it comes to gas mileage. The Prius C is getting over 50mpg!
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