Ford Electric Vehicles 

Ford Electric Vehicles For Sale in Peoria

Ford has always been a leader in the auto market. With a new line of electric vehicles, Ford builds on its reputation as a manufacturer of reliable and innovative cars. Ford now offers some of its classic vehicles with a new electric-based powertrain beneath their hoods. Some of its cars are powered entirely by electricity, such as the Mach-E, which is also the latest Mustang in the legendary Mustang family. Ford also makes two electric Fusion models, and it also has two hybrid variants of the Escape SUV. The Explorer is another electric Ford SUV.

Which Ford models are available in electric?

Ford currently makes electric versions of some of its most popular cars:

  • Mach-E
  • Escape Hybrid
  • Escape Plug-In Hybrid
  • Fusion Plug-In Hybrid
  • Fusion Hybrid
  • Explorer Limited Hybrid

One of Ford's newest electric cars is the Mach-E, a Mustang with an electric motor. The Mustang gets up to 300 miles of the estimated range. It packs plenty of power, and it has a high-tech and luxurious interior. The Escape is also offered in a hybrid and plug-in hybrid style. You'll get a comfortable and tech-savvy SUV in either case, with some variation in range and fuel economy. The Explorer is also made as a hybrid with impressive combined gas and electric range. The Fusion is a comfortable sedan also made in two hybrid versions.

What is the difference between electric, hybrid, and plug-in models?

Ford's electric cars are operated exclusively with electricity. They don't use any gasoline for power. Instead of stopping at the gas station to charge, they are recharged at public charging stations. Hybrid vehicles get their power from both gasoline engines and electric motors. Together, their gasoline and electric power sources provide better fuel economy ratings. Plug-in hybrids generate energy primarily through a system of an electric motor and battery power. They can use a gasoline engine if necessary.

How far can Ford electric models go?

The range on Ford's electric models varies. The Ford Fusion will get about 26 miles of combined range. The Mach-E can reach 300 miles of range, while the Escape and Explorer reach 582 and 580 miles of range, respectively.

How long does it take to charge an electric Ford car?

With a Level 1 at-home charging port, which equates to 110V, the Ford fully charges in approximately 10.5 hours. With a Level 2 charging out, which has 240V of power, it takes just three and a half hours to charge.

Do Ford electric vehicles have towing capacity?

Tow rating for electric Ford models varies. The Edge Hybrid can tow a maximum of 1,500 pounds, while the Ford Explorer's maximum towing capacity is 5,000 pounds.

How can I learn more about Ford electric vehicles?

More information about Ford's electric cars is available at our dealership. You can contact us for more details about your preferred electric model or inquire about a test drive.