Ford Electric Vehicles 

Ford Electric Vehicles For Sale in Houston

Ford is a household name when it comes to quality cars. The legendary automaker offers an array of Ford electric vehicles that run either entirely on electric power or use a combination of gas and electricity. Ford's ever-growing electric lineup currently includes sedans and SUVs to accommodate a variety of needs. There's no shortage of power with Ford's electric vehicles, and you'll get exceptional fuel economy as well.

Which Ford models are available in electric?

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

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

The Mustang Mach-E is an all-electric SUV. As you might expect from a Mustang, the Mach-E has remarkable power ratings. It's also comfortable and luxurious. The Fusion, one of Ford's most popular sedans, is available in two hybrid styles. The Explorer is one of Ford's largest SUVs. It offers excellent combined mileage and class-leading towing power. The Escape, a sporty SUV, is produced in two different hybrid versions as well.

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

You might think that all electric vehicles are the same, but electric-powered cars have some distinct differences. Vehicles that use all-electric power don't have a gasoline engine at all. Instead, they get power entirely from at least one motor operated by electric power and a battery that supplies the motor with power. Hybrid plug-in vehicles have a gasoline engine, but they do not rely on gasoline as their primary power supply. Hybrid cars provide improved fuel economy using gas and electric energy.

How far can Ford electric models go?

The maximum range that you will get with an electric Ford is variable. The Fusion Hybrid gets up to 26 MPG of combined range. The Escape has a maximum range of 582 miles. The Explorer's combined range is 500 miles, while the Mach-E reaches 300 miles.

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

Charging time for an electric Ford varies based on the charging outlet used. With a smaller 110V power outlet, electric Ford models can fully charge in about 10-11 hours. With a larger 240V outlet, the charge trim drops to just 3.5 hours.

Do Ford electric vehicles have towing capacity?

Ford's electric cars are capable of towing. The Explorer Hybrid can tow 5,000 pounds, and the Escape Hybrid can pull 1,500 pounds.

How can I learn more about Ford electric vehicles?

If you want more details about Ford's electric car lineup, contact us today. We can provide more information on your favorite electric model and schedule a test drive.