2013 Ford Fusion HybridAnonymous - Northern, VA04/03/2015
I have owned this vehicle for over six months. It doesn't get the 47/47 mpg as advertised but it does get close. I average about 43 mpg. This model is significantly improved over the previous generations. Plenty of room for the family for local trips. This car was bought for a commuter and it does that job very well and comfortably.
Very pleased with this car
2014 Ford Fusion HybridRobert Ulch - Herriman, UT09/26/2016
Having driven sporty cars (Infiniti G37) and other hybrids (prius) I am really impressed with the Fusion Hybrid. It rides smooth, feels solid and has a quite cabin. The entertainment system and display is modern and useful (not always the case with other cars).
Great update to my older Fusion
2014 Ford Fusion HybridChristopher Lowder - Houston, TX06/29/2016
Great fuel economy, enough leg room for 6 foot guys in back seat, safety tech. I bought this to replace a 2007 Ford Fusion. I love how model improved throughout the years. I went from 26 mpg to 42.5 mpg, from a SE trim level to Titanium trim level. With Titanium, you gain a lot of safety features as standard features (Lane departure warning and keep assistance, blind spot alert, adaptive cruise control, rain activated wipers and headlights). The cabin is quieter in the 2014, people in my back seat would have a hard time hearing people in the front seats in my 2007. Leg room is greatly improved, I have male friends that at 6 foot+, and they don't feel cramped in my car.
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