Complaints Prompt Ford Motor To Offer Free Upgrades On Select Hybrids

DEARBORN (WWJ) – Ford is offering free upgrades to U.S. and Canadian hybrid customers to improve their fuel economy.

The company plans to re-calibrate the vehicle control systems on 77,000 Ford C-Max and Fusion hybrids and Lincoln MKZ hybrids from the 2013 model year.

Some customers have complained that the cars aren’t getting the 47 mile-per-gallon fuel economy promised in Ford’s advertising.

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