Ford Electric Vehicles 

Ford Electric Vehicles For Sale in Grand Prairie

Ford's vehicles have always brought excitement and innovation to the auto market. This year is no exception. Ford's line of electric cars continues to expand and become even more popular. Along with the electric sedans and SUVs that it has started to produce in recent years, Ford now offers one of its most exciting electric cars yet, which is the Mach-E. Along with being the newest electric Ford, the Mach-E is also the latest addition to the Mustang family.

Which Ford models are available in electric?

Ford has six electric models. Its electric-powered cars are:
  • Fusion Hybrid
  • Fusion Plug-In Hybrid
  • Explorer Limited Hybrid
  • Escape Hybrid
  • Escape Plug-In Hybrid
  • Mach-E

The Fusion is a stylish and popular sedan that comes in a hybrid and plug-in hybrid design for additional fuel economy. The Explorer Limited is a large SUV that is also the largest electric car that Ford offers. The Escape, a smaller SUV, is also produced in two hybrid variations, while the Mach-E is Ford's first electric muscle car.

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

If you buy an all-electric Ford, you'll get a vehicle that never requires a trip to the gas station. Ford's electric cars only use electricity, and they don't have a gas engine. Both the hybrid and hybrid plug-in, on the other hand, have a gasoline engine like a regular car, and they also have at least one electric motor. Hybrid cars use power from their gasoline engine and electric motor. Plug-in hybrid vehicles mostly get power from their electric motor, supplied with power by a battery. They only tap into gasoline power if their electric supply runs dry.

How far can Ford electric models go?

The range for Ford's electric cars varies by model. At a minimum, the Fusion has 26 miles of combined range. The Mach-E gets up to 300 miles of range. The Ford Escape Hybrid has 582 miles of combined range, and the Ford Explorer has an estimated 500 miles of range.

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

If you use the base charging port, a 110V power charging outlet, a Ford will fully charge in about 11 hours. With a Level 2 outlet or a 240V outlet, the Ford's charging time is less than four hours.

Do Ford electric vehicles have towing capacity?

Ford's electric cars do have towing capability. The Ford Explorer leads the class of hybrid SUVs with 5,000 pounds in towing power.

How can I learn more about Ford electric vehicles?

You can find out more details about Ford's entire electric lineup at our dealership. Call or contact us online today with your questions.