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About The Ford Fusion Hybrid

FAQ

Are all Ford Fusions hybrids?

No, not all Ford Fusions are hybrids. When the Ford Fusion was first released in 2006, there was no hybrid option available—and things remained this way until the 2009 model year. Since the 2009 model year, the Ford Fusion has been available in both hybrid and non-hybrid versions.

What kind of gas does a Ford Fusion Hybrid take?

Like most hybrid vehicles, the Ford Fusion Hybrid takes 87-octane gas (regular-grade) at the pump. There is no need to fill the tank with mid-grade or premium gas. Always check your vehicle owner's manual for specific recommendations on fuel types. 

What is the average lifespan for a Ford Fusion Hybrid battery?

The lifespan of your Ford Fusion Hybrid battery will depend on a number of factors, including how well you maintain your vehicle and the specific climate in which you live. In general, you can expect a lithium-ion car battery to last for 150,000 to 200,000 miles. 

What is the difference between a Ford Fusion Hybrid and Energi?

Both the Ford Fusion Hybrid and Energi are hybrid vehicles; however, the Energi is a plug-in hybrid that is equipped with a larger battery, making it capable of driving for short distances solely under electric power. The Ford Fusion Hybrid can also drive small distances without the use of fuel, but it does not plug in and is instead charged by the vehicle's alternator.

How does the Ford Fusion Hybrid battery charge?

The Ford Fusion Hybrid (and most standard hybrid vehicles) charges its batteries through a process known as regenerative braking. When the brake pedal is depressed, the electric motor actually runs in reverse to slow the vehicle's wheels; as this occurs, it acts as an electric generator of sorts, creating and delivering electricity to the lithium-ion battery.

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Vehicle Summary

The Ford Fusion Hybrid has been in production since 2009, though its most recent generation was unveiled in 2013. This midsize sedan offers ample seating and storage space and is powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine paired with a lithium-ion battery pack, making it a great option for drivers who are looking to enjoy the space and comfort of a modern midsize sedan with fewer stops at the pump. The Fusion Hybrid is also known for its impressive handling and overall quiet ride, making it an excellent vehicle for daily commutes, errands, road trips, and every adventure in between.

The most recent generation of the Ford Fusion Hybrid, which debuted in 2013, saw some notable differences and improvements from the previous generation. For example, the 2019 Fusion Hybrid gets an EPA-estimated 42 mpg combined with its 2.0-liter engine and lithium-ion battery.1 

1Fuel economy figures are based on EPA estimates when vehicles sold as new. Fuel economy may vary for reasons like driving conditions and vehicle history. Unless specified, figures are for vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission. See fueleconomy.gov for details.

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Ford Fusion Hybrid Trim Configurations

The 2018 Ford Fusion Hybrid is available in four trim configurations, with a few main features setting each trim level apart.

Ford Fusion Hybrid S

• Rear view camera

• Push-button start

• 4.2-inch display

• SYNC® infotainment system

Ford Fusion Hybrid SE

• 10-way power-adjustable driver's seat

• Brake assist

• Available package add-ons

Ford Fusion Hybrid Titanium

• Leather upholstery and leather-wrapped steering wheel

• Rear park assist

• Larger eight-inch touchscreen

• Smartphone integration

Ford Fusion Hybrid Platinum

• Voice control and navigation

• Blind-spot monitoring

• Adaptive cruise control

• Remote start

The 2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid is available in three trim levels, with a few key features setting each apart.

Ford Fusion Hybrid SE

• Available Wi-Fi hot spot (requires data plan and compatible device)

• Dual-zone climate control

• Nine-speaker sound system

• Automatic emergency braking

Ford Fusion Hybrid SEL

• Heated front seats

• Partial leather upholstery

• Remote start

Ford Fusion Hybrid Titanium

• Ventilated front sport seats

• 12-speaker sound system

• Rear parking sensors

• Moonroof

Reviews for Ford Fusion Hybrid

Overall Rating

4.6 out of 5 (95 reviews)

Amazing car, amazing hybrid, and a great value

My Fusion Hybrid routinely gets an average of 40MPG. I had wanted an affordable hybrid, but didn't want to be tied to getting a Prius (nothing against them, just wanted something different). My 2013 make is *exactly* the same as far as features as a 2015 (we compared), so I feel like I got an even better car for the price. The car looks sleek and cool, has a spacious driver's seat, smooth & quick brakes, and it was easy to get used to the touch screen controls. The lack of trunk space is a bit of a bummer, but not a big enough con to drown out the pros, in my opinion (the backseat has a fair amount of space to help haul things around when you need it). Overall, I'm honestly in love with this car. Recommend!

Pros

  • Fuel Economy: Excellent average at 40MPG
  • Seat Comfort: Multi-angle power seat adjustments on the driver's seat are a huge plus
  • Styling: Very sleek look

Cons

  • Cargo Space: Lacks trunk space due to electric component in the back of the vehicle

- Sarah S, 2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid

Luxury car at an economic price

I've had my Fusion Hybrid for about 4,000 miles now, and have almost nothing negative to say about it. Mine is the Titanium trim, so it comes with all the bells and whistles. I can't name any luxury or driver assist features that aren't on this thing that would be on something like a lexus. The hybrid features are also seamlessly integrated. The switch between gas and electric and between regular or regenerative braking is utterly seamless. The only indication that it happened is from the feint engine noise and the guages. I had the car checked out by my mechanic after I got it and I checked the oil myself once I hit 3,000 miles. I'm happy to say it got a clean bill of health in both cases.

Pros

  • Ride and Handling: Handling is actually kinda sporty, and the ride is smooth.
  • Technology and Entertainment: All the bells and whistles are on the titanium. They're all easy to use and intuitive.
  • Reliability: Naturally aspirated and Ford has been making these for awhile. Far as hybrids go it should last quite some time.

Cons

  • Power: Its quick from a dead stop but passing on hills or at highway speeds takes a lot of power.
  • Fuel Economy: For a midsize sedan it's unbeatable. For a Hybrid it's mediocre.

- Ansel Rockwood, 2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid

Love my Fusion - Ford sadly does not

I do ride share and this car is awesome for it. Pros - - Lots of room inside - rides like a dream - Great mileage, averaging 43 mpg - Rides awesome, smooth, tight - Plenty of power for a Hybrid Not so good - The battery takes too much trunk up, come on Ford you could have made that fit under the seats alone - Ford is taking this off the market after next year, Ford you suck for doing this. No one, i mean non one I know, or has gotten in and out of my car, dozens per day, every has anything bad to say about this car. Definitely worth the price, worth the choice...love my Fusion

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Cons

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- KELLY LINCOLN, 2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid

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