Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles

Plug-in hybrids offer the best of both worlds. You can drive in electric mode while having the peace of mind of a gas-engine backup when you need it. They also feature convenient plug-in charging to extend your all-electric range.

  • MPGe

    EPA-estimated rating of
    109 city/ 97 hwy/ 103 combined MPGe*

  • Average Range

    EPA-estimated range of 610 miles* 

  • Average Annual Fuel Cost

    $800 annually**

  • Average cost to go 25 miles

    $1.07**

    Average driving on gas only

    $1.55**

*EPA estimated rating of 109 city/97 hwy/103 combined MPGe. 14-gallon tank, 26 miles electric. Range calculation based on www.fueleconomy.gov. Actual range varies with conditions such as external elements, driving behaviors, vehicle maintenance, lithium-ion battery age. MPGe is an EPA equivalent measure of gasoline fuel efficiency for electric mode operation.

**Source: www.fueleconomy.gov as of 8/26/19.

Going Electric Is Easy

Ford plug-in hybrid vehicles feature technology to help maximize driving convenience, whether you're driving in electric or hybrid mode.

Your phone is your dashboard.

Staying connected to your Ford plug-In hybrid is as simple as picking up your smartphone. By using the FordPass app*. when equipped with FordPass Connect, you can remotely monitor and schedule charging, check battery charge levels, determine driving range and even estimate your approximate CO2 emissions. Plus, you'll never lose your vehicle in a crowded lot again, thanks to a location feature.

*FordPass, compatible with select smartphone platforms, is available via a download. Message and data rates may apply.

Charging convenience

Home and public charging options mean you can plug in-or not. Help maximize battery capability by plugging in the standard 120V convenience cord or available 240V home charging option.

Financial incentives

Plug-in vehicle owners may be eligible for a U.S. federal income tax credit through the Qualified Plug-In Electric Drive Motor Credit. It can provide a maximum of $7,500 for qualifying all-electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid vehicles.* Plus, many states and local utility companies may offer hybrid/electric vehicle purchasers financial rebates, tax incentives, lower charging rates, the use of HOV lanes as a single occupant and exemption from clean-air emissions tests.

*www.afdc.energy.gov/laws/409. This information should not be construed as a promise of potential tax savings or reduced tax liability. Consult your tax advisor for the amount of credit you may be eligible for.

Ford Models with this Technology

Escape Plug-in Hybrid

Available Spring 2020

Fusion Plug-in Hybrid

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