2013 Ford C-Max Features

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There are just two trim levels for the 2013 Ford C-Max Hybrid: SE (starting at $25,995 with delivery) and SEL, which adds $3,000 to the price.

All C-Max Hybrids come with standard 17-inch aluminum alloy wheels, a six-speaker AM/FM/CD/MP3 audio system with USB and auxiliary input jacks, an illuminated glove box, keyless entry, dual-zone automatic climate control, rear-seat heater vents, the Sync voice-controls system, and the SmartGauge digital display system with InfoGuide screens that let the driver configure information on the car's operation and energy consumption.

Base versions of the 2013 Ford C-Max Hybrid are considerably nicer than the more utilitarian Prius, and buyers can add options galore.

Options on the SE trim level include a Winter package (heated power mirrors with side indicators, and puddle lamps), a Power Liftgate and Rear Park Assist package, and a package that bundles Sync Services, the MyFord Touch voice-control system, and Sirius XM satellite radio.

The SEL trim level adds Sync with MyFord Touch, a push-button start with proximity sensing, rain-sensing wipers, a reversing proximity warning system, heated and leather-trimmed front seats, and ambient LED interior lighting.

Options for the C-Max Hybrid SEL model include a panoramic moonroof, the Power Liftgate and Park Assist package, a Premium Audio package, a Hands-Free Technology package that offers hands-free liftgate operation triggered by a kicking motion below the bumper, and a Parking Technology package that lets the driver direct the C-Max to steer itself into a parallel parking space.

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