CARB Approves $1,500 Rebate for Ford C-Max Energi

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The recently-launched Ford C-Max Energi has officially been approved by the California Environmental Protection Agency’s Air Resources Board (CARB), as well as the Clean Vehicle Rebate Program (CVRP), and is now eligible for for the Green Clean Air Vehicle Sticker, which grants it access to carpool lanes.
It also qualifies for a $1,500 rebate, which when added to the $3,750 federal tax credit, results in a total discount of $5,250. Detracting it from the car’s base price, we are left with a final price of $28,495. The 100 MPGe combined car is touted as being America’s most efficient plug-in hybrid, beating rivals from Toyota and Honda, with relative ease.

Michael O’Brien, Ford Electrified Vehicle Marketing Manager, stated: “We’re pleased with California customers’ early interest in the C-MAX hybrids, our first dedicated hybrid-only nameplate in North America, in the No. 1 hybrid market in the U.S. [. . . ] The C-MAX Energi is the most affordable, most fuel-efficient plug-in hybrid with the longest overall range for any utility or compact vehicle on the market today – this extra carpool lane incentive and rebate will help Californians go further with Ford in every sense of the phrase.

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