2016 Toyota Prius vs 2016 Ford C-Max
Ever since the Prius was released at the start of the new millennium, there has been a shift toward efficient vehicles that use alternative fuel to get drivers from Point A to Point B. While the 2016 Toyota Prius reigns supreme when it comes to delivering a hybrid performance, its class competitors are doing their part to deliver efficiency to drivers and the environment.
When drivers compare the 2016 Toyota Prius Three and 2016 Ford C-Max Hybrid SE, they will notice that the Prius takes home the winning performance in terms of fuel consciousness. Earning an estimated 54 mpg city and 50 mpg highway fuel economy, the Prius makes both quick trips to the store and road trips more efficient. The C-Max Hybrid is still able to earn an estimated 42 mpg city and 37 mpg highway, but for a hybrid the vehicle could be making more out of each drop of fuel it uses.
|2016 Toyota Prius Three||VS||2016 Ford C-Max Hybrid SE|
|24.6 cu. ft.||Cargo space||24.5 cu. ft.|
|93.1 cu. ft.||Passenger space||99.7 cu. ft.|
Differences between the 2016 Toyota Prius and 2016 Ford C-Max Hybrid
As noted above, fuel consumption is the biggest discrepancy between the Prius and C-Max. In terms of size, however, these vehicles are very similar. Both the Prius and C-Max are five-passenger vehicles with ample interior room. The Prius offers 93.1 cubic feet of space for its travelers, which is only a difference of a few cubic feet from the C-Max's 99.7 cubic feet of space. When it comes to storage, the vehicles are neck-and-neck. When all seats are up, the Prius is able to offer travelers 24.6 cubic feet of space to the C-Max's 24.5 cubic feet. As hatchbacks, the vehicles' second-row seats can be folded to reveal more room, but either option keeps the cabin a comfortable place for all passengers. Drivers interested in learning more about the hybrid that started it all can schedule a test drive with the 2016 Toyota Prius online or at the Hesser Toyota dealership today.