Ford's newest hybrid system will look to use lithium-ion batteries, replacing the heavier, bigger, and more expensive nickel-metal-hydride batteries.
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The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety today announced its annual Booster Evaluation results, and the great news for parents is that a record 31 seats have been designated as Best Bets.
Ford is taking its hybrid game pretty seriously, aiming to knock the Toyota Prius v off its pedestal with its 2013 C-Max Hybrid.