KENNEDY FORD ELECTRIC VEHICLES

INTO THE FUTURE WITH FORD.

Ford is making significant strides towards a greener future!
By establishing the largest, most technologically advanced, and highly efficient auto production complex in its 118-year history, they are bringing electric zero-emission vehicles to customers on a large scale.
The Government of Ontario is also investing in the transformation of Ford of Canada’s Oakville Assembly Complex into a global hub for battery electric vehicle manufacturing. Anticipated to be one of Ford’s highest-volume BEV plants in North America and will commence production of electric vehicles in 2025.

At Kennedy Ford, we’ve got you covered for all your electric vehicle needs. We proudly offer Ford’s complete range of electric vehicles along with comprehensive services to support your EV journey.

Choosing the Right EV for You

BEVs, HEVs, & PHEVs

What’s the difference between HEV, PHEV and BEV? What about winter performance? Discover the answers to these questions and more, including range capability, finding public charging stations on-the-go, and at-home charging solutions.

Battery Electric

Battery electric vehicles (BEV) are powered completely by a rechargeable battery, so you’ll never need a drop of gas or an oil change. All you have to do is plug in, recharge, and go.

Hybrid Electric

Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEV) use a battery and gas engine to optimize fuel efficiency and performance. They don’t need to be plugged in because regenerative braking and the gas engine recharge the battery pack.

Plug-In Hybrid Electric

Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) are also powered by both battery and gas, using the battery first and switching to the gas engine once the battery is depleted, giving you the best of both worlds.

DISCOVER THE EV LINE-UP

F-150 LIGHTNING

The Ford F-Series has been Canada’s best-selling truck for 56 years. Now it’s charging into the future with the electric-powered F-150 Lightning.

MUSTANG MACH-E

Goodbye gas. Hello Freedom. The high-performance all-electric Mustang Mach-E SUV gives you 0-100 km/h thrills and expansive range.

E-TRANSIT

A hardworking vehicle for hard workers. The E-Transit model does everything but compromise. For instance, by placing the battery underneath the body of the vehicle, you get the benefits of an electric powertrain without using up cargo space.

2023 F-150 LIGHTNING

The Ford F-Series has been Canada’s best-selling truck for 56 years. Now it’s charging into the future with the electric-powered F-150 Lightning.

2023 MUSTANG MACH-E

Goodbye gas. Hello Freedom. The high-performance all-electric Mustang Mach-E SUV gives you 0-100 km/h thrills and expansive range.

2023 E-TRANSIT

A hardworking vehicle for hard workers. The E-Transit model does everything but compromise. For instance, by placing the battery underneath the body of the vehicle, you get the benefits of an electric powertrain without using up cargo space.

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2023 F-150 LIGHTNING
The Ford F-Series has been Canada’s best-selling truck for 56 years. Now it’s charging into the future with the electric-powered F-150 Lightning.
2023 MUSTANG MACH-E
Goodbye gas. Hello Freedom. The high-performance all-electric Mustang Mach-E SUV gives you 0-100 km/h thrills and expansive range.
2023 E-TRANSIT
A hardworking vehicle for hard workers. The E-Transit model does everything but compromise. For instance, by placing the battery underneath the body of the vehicle, you get the benefits of an electric powertrain without using up cargo space.

EV SAVINGS

Choosing to go electric represents a commendable effort to reduce one’s carbon footprint, and the benefits of zero-emissions vehicles extend far beyond environmental impact. One of the most compelling advantages is the long-term cost-effectiveness of electric vehicles (EVs) compared to traditional gas-powered vehicles. By eliminating trips to the gas station, EVs save money on fuel costs

KENNEDY FORD CHARGING STATION

Discover the convenience of charging your electric vehicle at Kennedy Ford. Stop by our dealership today to learn more about the various charging options available to you!

FORD ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Get helpful information and explore available charging options to find the right EV chargers for your lifestyle.

Mobile Power Cord

Compatible with all Ford EVs and plug-in hybrids, the available Ford Mobile Power Cord provides Level 1 and in some cases Level 2 charging capability at home and elsewhere.

Connected Charge Station

The Ford Connected Charge Station can charge any current or future EV and PHEV in the Ford lineup. Bluetooth-enabled and Wi-Fi-capable, this wall charger provides an L2 charge at 240V.

Charge Station Pro

The Bluetooth-enabled and Wi-Fi-capable Ford Charge Station Pro wall charger provides L2 charging at 240V and is compatible with all Ford EVs. Its weather-proof design means you can have it installed almost anywhere you need it.

Charging Levels to Fit Your Needs

Explore the different charging levels that offer convenience and flexibility no matter where you live or how you drive. Learn more.

L1 (Level 1): Low-Level Charging

Accessible from any standard 120V outlet with the available Mobile Power Cord. The Ford Mobile Power cord is also great to keep in your trunk for emergencies or when you want a boost. L1 low-level charging can get the F-150 Lightning with extended-range battery fully charged (up to 100%) in about 95 hours.

L2 (Level 2): Mid-Level Charging

Ideal for overnight charging. Accessible via home installation of the 240V Ford Connected Charge Station and Charge Station Pro wall chargers or the Ford Mobile Power Cord using a 32A connector. Also available through 240V outlets at some workplaces or public charging stations. L2 mid-level charging can get the F-150 Lightning with extended-range battery fully charged (up to 100%) in about 14 hours.

L3 (Level 3): DC Fast Charging

Charge your EV quickly on the go at public EV charging stations like those in the BlueOval™ Charge Network. L3 DC fast charging can get the F-150 Lightning with extended-range battery fully charged (up to 100%) in about 40 minutes.

The BlueOval™ Charge Network

As part of North America’s largest public charging network, we offer over 106,000 charging points across the continent, making your electric vehicle (EV) adventures seamless and convenient. Whether you’re commuting or embarking on a road trip, our extensive network ensures you’re never far from a charging station.

BENEFITS OF OWNING AN EV

EV Incentives & Rebates

The Canadian federal government provides incentives through the iZEV Program for consumers who purchase or lease eligible zero-emission and plug-in hybrid vehicles to support greater adoption of zero-emission vehicles (ZEVs). If you live in British Columbia, Quebec or Nova Scotia, you can get additional rebates through the provincial government EV programs. Be sure to visit the website for each incentive program to receive up-to-date information on eligibility and redemption requirements.

Electric Vehicle Maintenance

All-electric vehicles require significantly less regular maintenance than gas-powered vehicles, but what do you do when your EV needs service? Talk to a Ford dealer to get helpful info about EV maintenance requirements.

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Ford BlueCruise

Experience highway driving that’s not just gas-free, but hands-free as well.

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What’s In Your Frunk?

It’s an extra space to stow your cargo, or even use as an ice chest for the next tailgate.

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The World At Your Fingertips

On long trips, the FordPass Power My trip feature keeps current charge level in mind… and suggests convenient charging locations along your route.

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Ford Has You Covered

Ford EV Roadside Assistance is here to help if your vehicle’s battery runs out of charge. If it happens, we’ll help get you to the nearest charging station.

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Ford Intelligent Backup Power

When the power goes out, Intelligent Backup Power works with your F-150 Lightning to automatically power your home.

A BACKUP GENERATOR FOR YOUR HOME

A BACKUP GENERATOR FOR YOUR HOME

With Intelligent Backup Power, your F-150 Lightning can power your home for up to 10 days when connected to the available 80-amp Ford Charge Station Pro and Home Integration System.

The Home Integration System includes a first-of-its-kind power converte

HERE’S HOW IT WORKS

The Home Integration System includes a first-of-its-kind power converter. Via the available Ford Charge Station Pro, it allows for bi-directional power flow to and from your truck so your home can power your F-150 Lightning. In turn, if the power goes out, your F-150 Lightning can power your home.

CHARGING BASICS

There are many ways to charge your all-electric vehicle. Here are a few things you should know before plugging in.

CHARGING AT HOME

Charging at home can be as simple as plugging in, but here are some additional tops on how to enjoy a seamless charging experience.

CHARGING ON THE ROAD

Whether you’re commuting to work or driving cross-country, Ford makes easy access to charge your all-electric vehicle on the go. Here’s a quick overview on how to utilize the BlueOval Charge Network.

FORD HYBRID & ELECTRIC VEHICLE FAQS

Which Ford models are hybrids?

A Ford hybrid serves as an ideal middle ground between a conventional gasoline engine and a battery-powered electric vehicle (EV). Whether you’re in the market for a pickup, consider purchasing or leasing the latest F-150 Hybrid truck. These trucks provide a convenient solution for bypassing frequent fuel stops during your journeys. If you prefer a roomy SUV, explore the new Explorer Hybrid, offering ample space for your entire family. Additionally, you can assess the Ford Escape Hybrid and Escape Plug-In Hybrid models to determine which one aligns best with your preferences.

What are the Ford EV models?

Exploring the latest Ford electric vehicle (EV) offerings reveals three distinct choices: the innovative Ford F-150 Lightning truck, the stylish Mustang Mach-E SUV, and the efficient E-Transit van. The F-150 Lightning proves to be a valuable asset on any jobsite, enabling you to tackle challenging projects with a reduced carbon footprint. For those drawn to the iconic style and power of a Ford Mustang, the Mustang Mach-E comes with numerous appealing features. Meanwhile, the all-electric E-Transit van caters to business owners seeking to elevate their fleet with a sustainable and efficient option.

What’s the difference between hybrids and EVs?

In essence, an electric vehicle (EV) is a vehicle exclusively propelled by an electric motor, devoid of any internal combustion engine. Conversely, a hybrid vehicle integrates both an electric motor and a gasoline engine, seamlessly transitioning between the two during operation. Opting for a plug-in hybrid presents a compromise between these two, enabling you to charge the battery by plugging in and operate in electric mode before the vehicle seamlessly shifts to gasoline power.

Do EV cars cost more to maintain?


Absolutely not. In reality, maintaining electric vehicles is more economical in the long term compared to gas-powered vehicles. The absence of an engine and the streamlined design with fewer components result in fewer potential points of failure or wear over time. Additionally, the reduced number of parts translates to lower maintenance costs, as there are fewer components requiring replacement, and fewer fluids that need regular replenishment.

What are the different Ford EV ranges?

Ford offers three all-electric models, each providing various range options depending on whether you opt for the standard or extended-range battery. These models include:

  • Ford Mustang Mach-E
    • Standard Range Battery: EPA-estimated range of up to 402 km.
    • Available Extended Range Battery: EPA-estimated range of up to 502 km
  • Ford F-150 Lightning
    • Standard Range Battery: EPA-estimated range of up to 386 km
    • Available Extended Range Battery: EPA-estimated range of up to 515 km
  • Ford E-Transit
    • Standard Range Battery: EPA-estimated range of up to 203 km

How do I charge my Ford EV?


Every Ford electric vehicle (EV) includes home charging solutions, and they are also compatible with various electric charging stations nationwide. The Mustang Mach-E comes equipped with the Ford Mobile Power Cord for convenient at-home charging, and for faster charging, the optional Ford Connected Charge Station is available.

Similarly, the F-150 Lightning is standardly equipped with the Ford Mobile Power Cord for at-home charging. For extended-range battery F-150 Lightning models, the standard Ford Charge Station Pro is included, and it is also available as an option for other F-150 Lightning models.

Do I have to buy my Mustang Mach-E at a Ford Dealer?


Yes, your Ford Dealer who is certified to sell all-electric vehicles is best equipped to help you with your sales and service needs. You can select the “Interested In Ordering Yours” button on Ford.ca to start the ordering process. You will then be sent to the Mach-E Build & Price page where you can configure your vehicle. Lastly, you can select “Request Dealer Quote” to have your Build & Price configuration summary page sent to a Ford EV-certified dealer. Or, you can go in person to a Ford EV-certified dealer to reserve your Mustang Mach-E.

Can I buy a Mustang Mach-E at any Ford Dealer?

You can only purchase a Mustang Mach-E from a Ford EV-certified dealer.

What is the warranty on the Mustang Mach-E?


Our battery vehicle warranty will give you peace of mind:

  • Basic: 3 years / 60,000 km
  • Powertrain: 5 years / 100,000 km (non-high-voltage components)
  • Safety Restraint System: 5 years / 100,000 km
  • Corrosion (Perforation only): 5 years / unlimited km
  • Roadside Assistance Program: 5 years / 100,000 km
  • Electric Unique Components: Your battery is covered for 8 years or 160,000 km, whichever comes first, retaining a minimum of 70% of its original capacity over that period.

What happens at the vehicle’s end of life? Can the batteries be recycled?


The batteries are recyclable. Ford will handle in-warranty battery returns and will provide recycling options for out-of-warranty batteries. Ford is also working with other OEMs for secondary-market opportunities.

What type of battery does the Mustang Mach-E have?


The Mustang Mach-E comes equipped with 68 kWh or 88 kWh of usable battery that has state-of-the-art lithium-ion battery cells with nickel manganese cobalt (NMC) cathode, typical for automotive batteries. The pack is located underneath the vehicle. The high-voltage battery system uses an advanced active liquid heating and cooling system to regulate high-voltage battery temperature and help maximize the performance of the high-voltage battery.

Note: The high-voltage battery does not require regular service maintenance.

Where can I charge my car?


Most charging is done at home. You will be able to finance the Ford Connected Charge Station at time of vehicle purchase. Ford will also be giving owners access to the largest charging network in North America with over 40,000 plugs, all accessible with the FordPass™ App. These will include Level 2 and DC fast-charge stations. Click here to learn more about charging.

Will I need to download the FordPassTM App when I purchase Mustang Mach-E


Yes. The FordPass App will be a vital tool for owners of Mustang Mach-E. The FordPass App will allow owners to monitor the vehicle’s charge status, precondition the vehicle, use Phone As A Key, locate chargers, etc.

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