Ford Hybrid & Electric Vehicle FAQs

2022 Ford Mustang Mach-E being charged in a large open warehouse

Ford Hybrid & Electric Vehicle FAQs

If you've been thinking about upgrading to a new Ford EV or hybrid, you've come to the right place. The team at our Ford dealership in Crystal River can review all the hybrid vehicles for sale on our lot and answer any questions you have. Whether you're curious about the new Ford F-150 Lightning range or want to know more about EV tax incentives, you'll get all the information you need at Jenkins Ford of Crystal River. Check out our hybrid and EV FAQs, and don't hesitate to schedule a test-drive to get behind the wheel for yourself. We can't wait to help you buy a new Ford electric truck or hybrid SUV today!

Ford Hybrid & Electric Vehicle FAQs

Which Ford Models Are Hybrids? 

A Ford hybrid is the perfect compromise between a full gasoline engine and a battery-powered EV. If you're searching for a pickup, buy or lease a 2022 Ford Maverick or new F-150 Hybrid truck. These pickups are perfect for skipping past the fuel pump while on the go. Looking for a spacious SUV? The new Explorer Hybrid SUV offers plenty of room for the whole family, or you can compare the Ford Escape Hybrid vs. Escape Plug-In Hybrid to see which model makes the most sense for you.

What Are the Ford EVs?

When you check out the new Ford EV lineup, you'll find there are currently three different options to choose from: The new Ford F-150 Lightning truck, the Mustang Mach-E SUV and the E-Transit van. An F-150 Lightning is a great addition to any jobsite, allowing you to conquer tough projects while reducing carbon emissions. If you'd like the style and power of a Ford Mustang, the Mach-E offers plenty of perks you'll love, while the all-electric E-Transit van is perfect for business owners looking to upgrade their fleet.

What's the Difference Between Hybrids and EVs?

Quite simply, an EV is any vehicle that is solely powered by an electric motor, with no internal combustion. A hybrid vehicle, on the other hand, combines an electric motor with a gas engine and switches between the two while on the go. If you buy a plug-in hybrid, you'll find it's a middle ground between the two, allowing you to plug in to charge the battery and run it in EV mode before the vehicle switches over to gasoline.

How Do I Charge My Ford EV?

All Ford EVs come with home charging solutions. These electric Ford models can also be charged at different electric charging stations across the country. The Mustang Mach-E comes standard with the Ford Mobile Power Cord for at-home charging, while the Ford Connected Charge Station is available for faster charging times. Meanwhile, the F-150 Lightning comes standard with the Ford Mobile Power Cord, while the Ford Charge Station Pro is standard with all extended-range battery F-150 Lightning models and is available for other models. 

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