Your mileage has varied too much: Ford repays disappointed hybrid buyers

After customers complained and filed class action lawsuits, Ford lowered its C-Max Hybrid's claimed fuel efficiency, from 47 mpg to 43 mpg. The company is offering $550 as compensation to those who bought the car. Ford had also attempted a software fix for the issue, and is now tweaking its C-Max...

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