I don't think Oxford White was ever offered for the higher trims, sorry.
If you can spare a little more $$$ I'd strongly recommend looking at '17s as the adaptive cruise is superior (brings you to a complete stop and resumes), and Sync3 is leaps and bounds ahead of the horrible MyFord Touch system. While you can do an aftermarket Sync3 upgrade in a '13-'16, you can't do the same for the adaptive cruise (to my knowledge). You are also much more likely to have some factory bumper-to-bumper warranty remaining by going for a '17. The Ford ESP isn't a bumper-to-bumper warranty so if you buy a '15 or '16 and get something like peeling trim or rattle noises, you're paying out of pocket to fix that even if you buy the ESP.
As you probably already know, depreciation is extreme on the Energi, and I did save about 40% off MSRP when I bought a 13-month-old '17 Energi Titanium (fully loaded minus ventilated seats) in November 2017. Look out-of-state if you need to - the Metro Detroit area, where I currently live, is a fantastic place to buy slightly-used American cars, as many employees of the Big Three are issued them as company vehicles, and turn them in after about a year, often with < 10,000 miles. My own vehicle is a former Ford executive fleet vehicle and it had just 7800 miles on it when I drove off the lot!
Edited by 4cylinder, 28 March 2018 - 07:58 AM.