Hybrid & Electric Vehicles in Chicago

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Ford Fuel Alternative Vehicles for Sale in Chicago

Over the years, EV vehicles have grown in popularity amongst a diverse array of drivers. It's because of this demand that the Ford brand has committed itself to expanding its alternative fuel offerings. At Fox Ford Chicago, our dealership is here to offer all our customers the EV model they need, no matter what kind of body style they're looking for.

Why Drive a Hybrid Vehicle?

Hybrid vehicles are the ideal entry point for those who are used to navigating in a traditional gasoline model. A hybrid vehicle's powertrain consists of both a traditional gasoline internal combustion engine and at least one electric motor. The electric motor helps to produce cleaner emissions while giving owners and lessees a much more robust fuel economy.

Top Ford Fuel Alternative Models for Sale in Chicago

Ford F-150 Lightning Electric

  • Powered by a standard lithium-ion battery - 426 horsepower and 775 pound-feet of torque
  • Standard EPA-estimated 230-mile all-electric range
  • Available Extended Range Battery - EPA-estimated 300-mile all-electric range
  • Payload: 2,000 pounds
  • Towing: 5,000 pounds
  • Ford Intelligent Backup Power
  • Over-the-air Software Updates
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Ford Maverick Hybrid

  • Powered by a 2.5-liter Atkinson-cycle four-cylinder paired to an electric motor - 191 horsepower and 155 pound-feet of torque
  • 500 miles of range on a single tank of gas
  • Payload: 1,500 pounds
  • Towing: 2,000 pounds
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Mustang Mach-e Electric

  • Powered by a 198-kW electric motor: 266 horsepower, 317 pound-feet of torque
  • Standard all-electric range: EPA-estimated 230 miles
  • Available eAWD (electric all-wheel drive)
  • Spacious interior with plenty of head and legroom
  • Front-load storage space
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Ford Escape Hybrid

  • Powered by a Hybrid 2.5-liter iVCT Atkinson-Cycle I-4 engine - 165 horsepower, 155 pound-feet of torque
  • Fuel Economy: 44 City/37 Highway/41 Combined
  • Second-Row Sliding Seats, 60/40 Split-Fold Down
  • Ford Co-Pilot360

Ford Escape Plug-in Hybrid

  • Powered by a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine paired two electric motors - 165 horsepower, 155 pound-feet of torque
  • Fuel Economy: EPA-estimated all-electric range of 37 miles, 100 MPGe combined
  • SYNC 3 infotainment system
  • Second-Row Sliding Seats, 60/40 Split-Fold Down
  • Ford Co-Pilot360

Ford E-Transit

  • Powered by a single 67.0-kWh battery pack: 266 horsepower and 317 pound-feet of torque
  • EPA-estimated all-electric range of 126 miles
  • Using 115-plus-kilowatt DC fast charger, E-Transit can recharge 30 miles of range in just ten minutes

Hybrid Vehicle FAQ

What's the difference between a hybrid and a PHEV?

There are different types of hybrid vehicles – a standard hybrid and a PHEV (plug-in hybrid). Both models rely on using both gasoline and electricity but do so in different ways. For example, a standard hybrid vehicle will use gasoline and electricity at the same time, giving you cleaner emissions and a better fuel economy at all times.

A PHEV vehicle relies primarily on electricity and will switch over to using gasoline when the battery's charge runs out. Owners and lessees can recharge the battery via the plug-in port on the side of the vehicle at their home.

Are hybrid cars as safe as traditional gasoline vehicles?

Yes, they are. Hybrid vehicles are outfitted with all the same advanced safety technology features that traditional gasoline models have.

Electric Vehicle FAQ

How far is the all-electric range on the Ford F-150 Lightning?

The answer to this question depends on which model you choose. The standard-range battery promises to give owners and lessees an EPA-estimated range of 230 miles. Meanwhile, the extended-range battery pushes that total to 300 miles of all-electric driving.

Are there tax credits for purchasing an all-electric vehicle?

Pure electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles qualify for a for a federal tax credit of $7500.

Why Choose an Electric Car?

If you're looking to make the full jump into the all-electric vehicle segment, there are a number of options for you. Electric vehicles have many distinct advantages, headlined by the fact that they are much more affordable year-over-year. Aside from not needing to purchase fuel, there are no oil changes or smog tests, and lot fewer moving parts that can break down.

  1. Fox Chicago Ford

    2501 North Elston Avenue,
    Chicago, IL 60647

    • Sales: 773-687-7800
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