There’s been a multitude of articles discussing owners and journalists getting less than EPA mpg with the Ford C-Max. I first wrote about this November 18th, 2012. The media storm hit when ConsumerReports claimed, “Tests show Ford Fusion, C-Max Hybrids don’t live up to 47-mpg claims.” I also wrote a blog on “Understanding the Ford C-Max and EPA MPG.” It was my attempt to help C-Max owners and prospective owners understand the EPA MPG claims better. Now, Richard Pitkin, who bought a C-Max Hybrid October 30th, 2012 at Folsom Lake Ford in California has started a class-action suit against Ford (lawsuit here). The suit’s complaints are: Violation of unfair business practices, Violation of false advertising laws, Violation of California’s consumer legal remedies act, Fraud, Negligent misrepresentation, and Deceit. According to Autobloggreen, the same law firm, McCuneWright, is also the firm suing Hyundai.