The 2017 Ford C-Max is a segment-buster — combining the car-like ownership experience and design of a tall compact hatch, the enhanced cargo space of a small SUV and the fuel-efficiency of a hybrid. In fact, not only does the C-Max furnish a standard hybrid powertrain, but it's also available with a plug-in system that enables both all-electric and conventional-hybrid driving.
Ford builds on those advantages for the new model year, too, by introducing the first C-Max Titanium trim. From 17-inch machined-aluminum wheels to a hands-free power-opening tailgate, this range-topper is packed with premium comforts and design cues. Important returning features for the C-Max lineup are the SYNC 3 connectivity system and Ford’s MyKey teen-driving technologies. As a result, the C-Max stacks up better than ever against its arch-rival — the 2017 Toyota Prius v — while further boosting its appeal as compared to less-efficient non-hybrid small cars.