Whether you want an SUV for family fun or to tackle rugged terrain, Ford has some of the best. However, if you really want to escape going to the pump as often, you need an alternative means to get from Point A to Point B.
If you want an SUV but want to reduce your gas usage, consider one of the 2022 Ford Escape hybrid and plug-in hybrid trims. The plug-in hybrid offers an EPA-estimated combined 105 MPGe (miles per gallon of gasoline-equivalent). You’ll get up to an EPA-estimated 44 city and 37 highway MPG with the non-plug-in hybrid, so you can continue driving farther on the road.
The Escape is a versatile SUV. Not only do you get your choice of hybrid engines, but this 5-seater SUV gives you plenty of space for the family and for cargo. It boasts a maximum of 60.8 cubic feet of cargo space so you can load up for fun trips where you can focus on your destination and not your next fuel stop.
Hiding within the 2022 Ford Explorer lineup, you’ll spot a hybrid version. It offers a 3.3L Hybrid V6 engine to minimize the fuel your SUV needs to operate. Even with this specialized engine, you can tow a maximum of 5,000 pounds when properly equipped.
The Explorer is one of those SUVs that’s prepared to go off the beaten path. If you opt for available Intelligent 4WD, you’ll also get a Terrain Management System™. There are seven drive modes so you can adapt your Explorer to the environment.
Sounds pretty electric, huh?
One of the things Ford is known for is sports cars. The Mustang is iconic and showy, giving you the true muscle car experience. If you still want that muscle car feel but without the gas, why not go electric?
Ford Mustang Mach-E
Racing from 0 to 60 MPH in a mere 3.5 seconds, we welcome the 2022 Mustang Mach-E to the all-electric ranks. It rivals other cars of its kind that must not be named and provides hands-free driving through available Ford BlueCruise.
While you’re speeding past the competition, you’ll relish the glamorous interior. The inside of the Mustang Mach-E has standard ActiveX™ seating with the option to add an available heating element to the front row. Higher-level trims have multi-color ambient lighting, so you can customize your driving experience based on your mood or the environment you want to create.
As a truck aficionado, you may wonder if a hybrid or all-electric truck can hang. Think about this: More devices run on electricity than fossil fuels. In fact, you could power your entire house with one of these pickups.
Get efficiency, truck-like performance, and an upgraded cabin in the 2022 Ford Maverick. This hybrid can travel up to 500 miles on one tank of gas and achieves an EPA-estimated 42 city and 33 highway MPG.
Although it’s up for any job, it feels relaxed inside the cab. To help you stay organized, store valuables, and keep the cab less cluttered, the Maverick has standard rear under-seat storage.
The available power moon roof gives you a little extra light and breeze while you drive!
Choose the 2022 Ford F-150 if you want to split the difference on fuel with the available 3.5L PowerBoost™ Full Hybrid V6 engine. It generates 430 horsepower with 570 lb-ft of torque, so you’re getting substantial power no matter what task you take over.
The Ford F-150 has a maximum towing capacity of 12,700 pounds when properly equipped with the full hybrid engine. You can load the truck bed with up to 2,120 pounds of payload when properly configured.
Ford F-150 Lightning
You’ll never tire of riding the Lightning when you take a seat in the 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning, an all-electric marvel. It comes with zero emissions and plenty of power. The F-150 Lightning had a maximum towing capacity of 10,000 pounds when properly equipped.
The F-150 Lightning also gives you two battery options to choose from: the standard range and extended range battery. You’ll get 563 horsepower and 775 lb-ft of torque with the extended range battery.
Don’t let the grid get to you. With this bolt from the blue, you can count on the available Ford Intelligent Backup Power for up to 10 days if you’re rationing energy or three days of full-home power.
If you’ve ever run a business, you’re always trying to find ways to save money and become more productive. Choosing the right van for the job is important. You need the space to haul and the capability to get you where you need to go.
One way to do that is to change your fleet with the 2022 Ford E-Transit.
These work vans sneak up to their destination as quiet as a mouse and require no oil changes. That means you don’t have to bring your vehicles in as often for service, and it leaves your bank account a little fuller at the end of the day.
Since there are no tailpipe emissions, you can also take your van where you need it, including environments with little ventilation.
The E-Transit has three different body lengths and roof heights, so you get what you need out of your cargo van. The three van lengths offered are regular, long, and extended, while the heights are high, medium, and low. The highest cargo van option allows someone as tall as 6-foot-9 to stand up completely.