Ford Electric Vehicles Overview

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Reduce or eliminate gas expenses when you upgrade to one of our Ford electric vehicles at Jones Ford Buckeye in Buckeye, AZ. Our dealership offers a variety of options for sustainable transportation, ranging from Ford plug-in hybrid models to fully electric cars and trucks. As industry leaders in innovative technology, Ford electric cars and trucks are designed with both style and convenience in mind.

Ford Electric Vehicles List at Jones Ford Buckeye

At Jones Ford Buckeye, we’re proud of our electric vehicles. With our extensive inventory and well-versed sales team, we’re confident that you’ll find the right model to fit your needs. Our selection includes both new and pre-owned options, providing something for different preferences. We can also talk to you about why electric vehicles are the future of transportation. Once you find the right match, reserve your Ford electric vehicle online. Explore the thrilling world of Ford hybrid vehicles when you visit the Jones Ford Buckeye showroom.

Bold & Spacious Ford Escape Hybrid Models

Bold & Spacious Ford Escape Hybrid Models

The Ford Escape ST-Line Elite Hybrid is a versatile and eco-friendly SUV that offers the best of both worlds for drivers looking to reduce their carbon footprint. This vehicle’s battery is recharged with a regenerative braking system, so it does not need to be plugged in. However, those looking for even better fuel efficiency should consider our Ford Escape Plug-In Hybrid model, which does require charging but gives you stellar MPGe and a limited all-electric range.

The Adventure Ready Explorer Hybrid

The Adventure Ready Explorer Hybrid

The Ford Explorer Hybrid is an efficient SUV designed for families and outdoor enthusiasts alike. With seating for up to seven, it offers ample space for passengers and cargo. Its capabilities don’t stop there – when properly equipped, the Ford Explorer Hybrid can tow up to 5,000 pounds.

The Capable Ford F-150 Lightning

The Capable Ford F-150 Lightning

The F-150 Lightning has an available EPA-estimated range of 320 miles.1 It boasts powerful capabilities and versatility. The available extended-range battery allows for a quick acceleration time of 0 to 60 mph in less than four seconds.

With the incredible Ford EV lineup, we’re sure you have a few questions about EV charging. To help our guests, you can learn more about Ford EV charging on our website, and if you don’t see an answer to your question, please reach out to our team.

If you’re ready to upgrade to a quality and reliable Ford vehicle but are not prepared to go all-electric, take a look at all Ford vehicles for sale on our lot to see if another model catches your eye.

Test-Drive New Ford Electric Vehicles in Buckeye, AZ

Electric vehicles have quickly become a popular choice for environmentally conscious consumers. As a resident of Buckeye, AZ, you may be wondering how these vehicles perform in your local area. Here at Jones Ford Buckeye, we offer test drives so our customers can experience these vehicles firsthand. Once you upgrade, remember to bring your vehicle to our maintenance and repair center to service your new Ford model and keep it running smoothly.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does charging a Ford electric vehicle work?

Charging an all-electric vehicle is a simple process that can be done at home or at various public charging stations. First, you will need to locate the vehicle’s charging port and plug in the appropriate charging cable. Once connected, the vehicle will begin charging and can be monitored through the vehicle’s display screen or a mobile app. When fully charged, unplug the cable and hit the road.

What is the estimated range of Ford EVs?

The estimated range of Ford EVs varies depending on the specific model and year. For example, a Ford F-150 Lighting Pro has a range of up to 240 miles.1 However, if you opt for the available extended-range battery, drivers can go up to 320 miles on a single charge.1 Of course, this range may fluctuate depending on driving conditions.

How long does it take to charge a Ford EV?

How long it takes to charge a Ford EV depends on several factors. Level 3 charging takes the least amount of time and can often get vehicles from 10% to 80% in 35-45 minutes. Meanwhile, Level 2 charging takes longer but can be easily done from your home overnight. Level 3 charging can be performed with an adapter connected to a 120-volt outlet, but it’s the least efficient.

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1Based on full charge. Actual range varies with conditions such as external environment, vehicle use, driving behaviors, vehicle maintenance, lithium-ion battery age and state of health.


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