Ford is going all in on electric and hybrid models with the incoming Mustang Mach-E, Escape Hybrid, and Fusion Hybrid. Platteville, WI drivers will enjoy taking less trips to the pump with a more efficient ride. For drivers from Galena, IL you can soon see these new models and test drive one for yourself.


Ford Escape Hybrid

The Escape Hybrid has room for up to five passengers and is equipped with a 2.5L iVCT I-4 Atkinson-cycle engine that’s paired with an 88kW electric motor. The newly designed battery is more compact over previous generations and fits under the second row of seating so you’re not sacrificing any cargo space.

Manchester drivers can choose between either the FWD or available Intelligent AWD system, and the Escape Hybrid is designed to tow up to 3,500 pounds depending on the configuration.

Fusion Hybrid

For car buyers in Maquoketa, IA looking for a sedan, the newly redesigned Fusion Hybrid is equipped to help you drive further between refueling. It gets up to 43 mpg in the city and up to 41 mpg on the highway with its 2.0L i-VCT hybrid engine/88 kW electric motor combination.

The Fusion Hybrid is equipped with standard driver-assist features such as the Lane-Keeping System and Blind Spot Information System to help Dubuque drivers stay aware on the road. Unique compared to the gas-only Fusion, the Fusion Hybrid is equipped with a dual LCD SmartGauge system.

You can customize the screens to help you drive more efficiently. These screens can show gauges for both your battery and gas tank and tell you how much energy is being used according to your driving.

Mustang Mach-E

The Mustang Mach-E adds an all-electric option to the lineup of Mustangs. The Mach-E is capable of up to a 300-mile range and can charge up to 47 miles of capacity in 10 minutes to help make sure that your all-electric is ready when you are.

An AWD version is also available to equip the Mach-E with front and rear motors to power each individual wheel. This provides you with an added layer of stability and control when handling the road in a variety of conditions.

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