The most unexpected end in the history of Car Test Drives

I had the great opportunity to test drive Ford’s newest addition to its hybrid family of vehicles – the 2013 C-MAX Hybrid.

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Panoramic view of the rockies

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Waterton Lake

It was a swell ride. In fact, you can experience an insider’s view in to the C-MAX through this short video I made below. There is only one problem! It has no end.

I mean the video originally did have a planned end of course, until a certain unexpected turn of events made it “disappear”. You will understand what I mean by the time you get to the end of it.

Many thanks to Universal Ford Lincoln of Calgary for providing the vehicle for test drive.

For other Ford related stories on my blog, please check out my #bunnyinaFORD series.

To read about how I successfully survived a Saskatchewan winter snowstorm white-out and my cantankerous wife in a Ford vehicle, check out this story. (I know you so want to click on this link)

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6 thoughts on “The most unexpected end in the history of Car Test Drives

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  2. I thoroughly enjoyed your critique of the car but there was an endless loop repeating whatever you said on the video. I enjoyed your description- you sounded lively and full of information.  I liked Bunny too even though they ate your sc card.

    Barbara

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