Thank you Natural Resources Canada for recognizing the 2016 Ford Fiesta SFE, 2016 Ford Focus Electric and 2016 Ford C-Max Hybrid as the most fuel-efficient* cars in their respective classes. Not only is each car friendly to mother nature, but they also keep money in your pocket when it comes to the pumps. How easy is it to go further in a Ford? Easier than you think.

Here’s what Natural Resources Canada determined the annual fuel costs per vehicle to be:

Annual Fuel Cost^                     Vehicle

$1439                                           2016 Ford Fiesta SE 

$1308                                           2016 Ford C-Max Hybrid

$480                                             2016 Ford Focus Electric

 

By choosing a more fuel-efficient vehicle, greenhouse gas emissions can be reduced. In turn, such a choice can also reduce oil dependency and increase energy sustainability. Whether you appreciate short-term value and want to benefit right away or are in it for the long haul, all three vehicles make a financial and environmental difference.

 

 

 

* Fiesta SFE: Class is subcompact conventional vehicle, based on Natural Resources Canada classification, current to January 2016.

Focus Electric: Class is compact advanced technology vehicle, based on Natural Resources Canada classification, current to January 2016.

C-MAX Hybrid: Class is full-size conventional vehicle, based on Natural Resources Canada classification, current to January 2016

^ Based on fuel consumption ratings published by Natural Resources Canada, using combined rating, a driving distance of 20,000 km and forecast prices of $1.09/L for regular gasoline and $0.12/kWh for electricity.