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2014 Ford C-Max

2014 Toyota Prius

  2014 Ford C-Max 2012, 2013, and 2014 Toyota Prius
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$24,200
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Invoice N/A $22,748
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N/A 51/48
Rating
7.8
/ 10
TCC Rating
7.2
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Bottom Line Compared to the Toyota Prius, the 2014 Ford C-Max Hybrid and C-Max Energi provide more driving enjoyment as well as a more comfortable, stylish interior -- even if they don't quite measure up in real-world fuel efficiency. Read Full Review The 2014 Toyota Prius remains the iconic, highest-mileage gasoline car on the market; it's a practical and spacious hatchback that can seat five while returning jaw-dropping fuel economy Read Full Review
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Likes:

  • A worthy rival to the Prius
  • Stylish and high-quality interior
  • Quiet, refined interior
  • Perky driving feel
  • Useful plug-in Energi model

Dislikes:

  • A design that's too vanlike for some
  • Some controls almost out of view
  • Load floor higher than tailgate opening
  • No all-wheel-drive option

Likes:

  • Gas mileage leadership, again
  • Mid-size interior space
  • Hatchback practicality
  • Many technology options
  • Subcompact, wagon, plug-in models

Dislikes:

  • Far from pleasant to drive
  • Console design impractical
  • Materials harsh, downmarket
  • Love-it-or-hate-it design; some hate it
  • 11 miles of electric range for plug-in
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