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This is the Ford -- X energy one of the auto maker's first plug in hybrid cars.
Which can travel short distances and electricity -- even though it may not look like it.
We're led to believe that it's very cool because it's name is spelled -- Of that tree so basically what you have here is -- hybrid with a larger battery pack stuffed in it that's got enough power to cover typical daily routine.
To about 21 miles per charge isn't so large that it's prohibitively expensive.
It completely blocks the rear window.
The seven point six kilowatt hour battery takes about two and a half hours to fill up -- the 240 volt charger like this one.
We're seven -- standard wall out.
What's the -- been -- it operates like a conventional hybrid -- EPA rating of 43.
But I'm like so plug in it lets you control exactly when that happens with -- stuff.
For instance you can choose to use the gas engine on the highway where the electric motors not a sufficient and that switch over battery power when you pull it -- We're here -- your boring your parents' car and let's see a little bit did you his fortieth.
You can sneak into the driveway and -- The price -- the -- X energy is 29900.
Dollars after 3750.
Dollar federal tax credit.
That's exactly -- grand more than the -- indexed hybrid.
Which has a bigger cargo area.
And EPA rating of 47 miles -- doubt other than that do the same car both larger than a Toyota Prius with slightly more passenger room that -- -- game.
Bottom line -- this car is you know usually drive too far and electricity use cheap.
Where you live it could be the one for you otherwise the -- next hybrid probably the way to get out.
Except -- defective Ford didn't replace the -- in hybrid within so it's nearly a school that was.
But a fellow New York tear gas to -- Fox News dot.
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