Ford has an extensive lineup of hybrid vehicles to elevate your Youngstown commute and save you money.
The compact Maverick pickup has impressive style and performance, breaking the mold with hybrid power and boundless versatility. You can pair the 2.5-liter hybrid engine with the Tremor and FX4 off-road packages for style and performance.
Ford’s iconic F-150 pickup now comes in a hybrid powertrain. You get the classic styling of the F-150 with increased power and new-found efficiency with its PowerBoost hybrid V-6 engine. You can enjoy all the utility features the F-150 Hybrid offers and more.
Powered by a 2.5-liter inline four-cylinder Atkinson-cycle hybrid engine, the Escape ST-Line Elite Hybrid is fun to drive with all the convenience you’d expect of an SUV. You get a sleek exterior style and a tech-laden cabin that will keep you connected on every adventure.
Enjoy all the thrills of hybrid driving and gain the ability to cruise using only electric power with the Escape plug-in hybrid.
Ford chose the iconic Mustang, F-150, and E-Transit models as the first to receive all-electric powertrains.
Experience the head-turning design and sports car performance with the Mustang Mach-E. You get up to 372 miles of driving range and an optional powertrain that rockets to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds.
Don’t let the fact that it’s an EV truck; with the Ford F-150 Lightning, you have all the capabilities of the legendary F-150 pickup truck in an electrified powertrain in this model. The F-150 Lightning Extended Range can travel 320 miles on a single charge and races from zero to 60 mph in less than 4 seconds.
Ford made its capable transit van even better with its EV powertrain. You still get the customizable cargo van’s usefulness but with added electrical efficiency. You get up to a 40% reduction on service costs too, saving you even more money.
EVs and hybrids have different powertrain configurations. An EV relies entirely on electricity to propel the car. The powertrain includes one or more electric motors powered by a lithium-ion battery pack. Electric motors provide consistent energy up and down the powerband.
Because of this, EVs don’t have a traditional gas engine linked to a transmission with anywhere from six to 10 gears. Instead, a single gearbox transfers the power from the electric motor to the drive wheels. As a result, EVs have fewer moving parts and weigh considerably less. EVs don’t need to fit an engine and transmission beneath the hood and floor. Ford uses that to increase the cabin space for additional comfort.
Hybrid vehicles use a combination of electricity from an electric motor with a separate battery and a gasoline engine to propel the car. The size of the electric motor and the battery determine your hybrid’s performance.
Typically, hybrid vehicles offer better fuel efficiency versus gas-only cars. They still rely on the gas engine as the primary propulsion source. In some cases, hybrid power can increase performance.
Ford also makes plug-in hybrid vehicles. This type works the same as a hybrid but has a larger battery and electric motor. Most plug-in hybrids can run in electric-only mode for at least 30 miles.
As EV technology improves, more people turn to the hybrid vehicle and EV segment. Many people, however, have concerns about driving range and recharging. A hybrid doesn’t come with the same concerns because it has a gas engine to rely on.
Ford makes an impressive lineup of vehicles with enough range to complete days of everyday driving without recharging. And the rise in new charging stations nationwide alleviates worry about recharging on longer road trips.
Ford offers a home charging station designed for your EV. We recommend the Ford Connected Charge Station for the Mustang Mach-E. This station puts out 48 amps of power, adding 28 miles of range per charging hour, and can take your battery from 15% to 100% in 10.9 hours.
We also recommend this station for the E-Transit van. The Ford Connected Charge Station adds 15 miles of range per charging hour and can recharge entirely in 12 hours.
We recommend the Ford Charge Station Pro for your F-150 Lightning. This charging station supplies 80 amps of power, capable of adding 19 miles of driving range every hour for the F-150 Lightning Standard Range and 30 miles of range on the Extended Range Lightning.
This station can take the Standard Range Lightning from 15% to 100% in 10 hours and the Extended Range Lightning from 15% to 100% in only eight hours. All Ford EVs can charge using both stations. Only the F-150 Lightning, however, gets improved charging times when using the more extensive amp system.
Hybrid vehicles and EVs make sense if you want to save money at the gas pump. Hybrid engines use less gas, and EVs use none. Driving the Mach-E, for example, saves you $11 per tank of gas compared to driving the Ford Edge.
If you’re unsure if you’re ready to go completely electric, you might choose the plug-in hybrid powertrain. Choosing this configuration will let you experience the power of electricity without having to worry about charging networks. Many plug-in hybrid customers return to us looking to go all-electric with their next vehicle.
Hybrid and EV prices continue to drop, bringing them closer to their gas-only counterparts. Buying a hybrid or EV qualifies you for tax credits that could add up to $7,500 or more, depending on where you live. Federal and state tax credits can result in paying less for an EV than buying a regular car.
Once you switch to electrified power, you’ll begin saving money on fuel. The longer you drive an EV, the more money you’ll save.
We invite you to shop our electrified inventory online and make the switch. Our expansive inventory, convenient location, and exceptional sales program make us the logical place to shop.