EPA Regarding C-MAX and Fusion Hybrid: ?Ford failed to comply with the agen
The iconic auto manufacturer appears to have really been caught with its hands deep inside in the proverbial cookie jar. 2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid - $28,170 to start including mats, destination, and handling while providing its owners with a real 41/39/40 mpgUS city/highway/combined EPA rating. Following on the heels of the first Ford Hybrid Fuel Efficiency Class Action Lawsuit which sought a full reimbursement for the purchase price of the plaintiffs Ford C-Max hybrid and Ford Fusion Hybrids -- Richard Pitkin v. Ford Motor Company, Case No. 12-cv-2973, U.S. District Court, California Eastern District Court, Sacramento -- A second Class action was recently opened with an interesting comment added. The second class action filed used a similar theme of ?Overstatement of the fuel efficiency of its 2013 Fusion and C-Max Hybrid vehicles? with the plaintiff, James Oldcorn alleging that he relied on marketing statements that the 2013 C-Max Hybrid could attain 47 miles per gallon when he purchased his car.