2013 Ford Fusion HybridJoe Medley - Jackson, MS11/13/2015
The price was great. The car has been more than I ever expected.My first hybrid. I got the luxury I wanted with the gas mileage I need for commuting to work 65 miles, 5 days a week. Excellent purchase
Great car, close to advertised MPG
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.
Fantastic & Reliable Car!!!
2010 Ford Fusion HybridBrent Campbell - Centennial, CO03/17/2016
Having purchased the vehicle brand new off the lot, I have put 193,490 miles on the vehicle. In those 6 years, I have not had to replace brake pads. Almost all of the original pad is remaining - the Regenerative Braking is THAT good! We have averaged 42.8 mpg combined in the summer months, and 38.5 mpg in the winter. There has been one significant repair ($1000) to an instrument display due to an electrical short at a loose connection, and a lesser repair to a fan controller ($300). Otherwise, this is one of the best vehicle purchases I have ever made!
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