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If you're seeking advantageous fuel economy figures and executive-level good looks, a hybrid sedan can offer the style and substance you crave. A great example of classic lines and modern technology is the 2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid. Powered by a 2.0L gas engine, electric motor, and onboard battery pack, the five-seat Fusion Hybrid has plenty of upscale features you'll appreciate. From great audio system options and smartphone connectivity to driver-assistance features and ample interior space, the 2019 Fusion Hybrid has something for everyone. If you're shopping for a sensible sedan with a fuel-friendly powertrain, the 2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid is a great option. Keep reading to find out more about this attractive midsize sedan.
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The 2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid offers smooth handling, with torque vectoring control as standard. By reacting to road surface conditions at a speed 33 times faster than the blink of an eye, torque vectoring control is designed to ensure the right balance of power gets delivered to the appropriate wheels. That means maximum grip and sharp handling as you glide over bumps in the road with minimum disruption.
Whatever your destination, an easy-to-use infotainment system can turn a good drive into a great one. The 2019 Fusion Hybrid is equipped with Ford's SYNC® 3 system. The crystal clear eight-inch touchscreen can display your smartphone interface via Apple CarPlay® or Android Auto™ compatibility. New to the area or picking up a friend? Display 3D map navigation or use the SYNC 3 system's voice-control functionality to access your messages and calls, and check their exact location. With voice-responsive assistance from Siri® or Google Assistant™ too, you've got a useful infotainment companion that can make your life easier and your driving more enjoyable.
Driver-assistance features are important to many of us, so it's great to see the 2019 Fusion Hybrid get a full roster of driver aids as standard on all three trims. Ford's Co-Pilot360™ package includes plenty of features you'll appreciate in busy traffic, including lane-keep assist and pre-collision assist with automatic emergency braking. In addition, features like automatic high-beam headlamps and a blind-spot information system (BLIS®) can be incredibly useful for longer highway drives.
If you want your sedan to match your green-conscious lifestyle, you'll love the 2019 Fusion Hybrid SEL trim—it's furnished in ActiveX™, a vegan-leather upholstery material. Available in either Ebony or Medium Light Stone colors, this high-end synthetic has no animal-derived materials, is stain-resistant, is easy to clean, and remains durable over time. Or you can choose the Fusion Hybrid Titanium trim for leather upholstery, with cloth seating on the SE trim rounding out your options.
Whether you're driving to multiple work appointments each week, regularly going long-distance to see loved ones, or shuttling your busy family, fuel economy matters. The Fusion Hybrid has some impressive mpg figures that can mean fewer fuel stops over time for you and your crew. The 2019 Fusion Hybrid sedan's 2.0L engine and onboard electric motor gets an EPA-estimated 43 mpg in the city and 41 mpg on the highway.
If you're interested in the 2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid, you should also check out these similar vehicles from Previous generation years.
A classic sedan silhouette with impressive powertrain credentials, the 2018–2021 Honda Accord Hybrid seats five passengers and, from 2018, has a cavernous 16.7 cu-ft of cargo space too. The 2018–2021 Accord Hybrid runs on a 2.0L four-cylinder engine with dual electric motors, and a 1.3-kWh onboard battery pack for a total of 212-horsepower. The 2017 and 2019–2021 base trim Accord Hybrid (2.0L engine and dual motors) all achieve an EPA-estimated 48 mpg combined.
Standard features of the 2018–2021 Accord Hybrid base trim include:
17-inch alloy wheels
Dual-zone climate control
Seating five passengers in classic sedan comfort, the 2008-2011 Nissan Altima Hybrid is a worthy option to consider. In its final production year, the single-trim 2011 Altima Hybrid is powered by a 2.5L four-cylinder engine paired with an electric motor, onboard battery pack, and a continuously variable transmission (eCVT). The 2011 Altima Hybrid utilizes regenerative braking technology.
The 2011 Nissan Altima Hybrid features as standard:
Six-speaker audio system
Dual-zone climate control
A great example of a spacious sedan with the added benefit of all-wheel drive, the 2018-2021 Subaru Legacy features plenty of modern technology and respectable fuel economy figures, too. The five-seat base-trim Legacy (2018-2021) is powered by a 2.5L four-cylinder gasoline engine with automatic transmission. The 2018-2019 Legacy base trim gets an EPA-estimated 34 mpg on the highway; 2020-2021 models get an EPA-estimated 35 mpg highway.
Standard features on the 2018-2021 Subaru Legacy base trim include:
Android Auto and Apple CarPlay functionality
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Includes a 10-way power driver's seat with power lumbar, nine-speaker audio system, rearview camera, pre-collision warning and emergency braking, pedestrian detection, LED taillights, speed-sensitive windshield wipers, push-button start, and more.
Adds heated front seats, ActiveX upholstery, leather-wrapped steering wheel, 11-speaker premium audio system, driver's seat memory function, proximity keyless entry, and more.
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The Ford Fusion Hybrid has a 1.4kWh lithium-ion battery to power the onboard electric motor. The battery is located in the cargo area behind the rear row. This means the available cargo space is reduced to 12 cubic feet compared to the gasoline-only model (16 cubic feet).
Yes, it does. Choose the SEL or Titanium trim to gain heated front seats as a standard feature. If you feel the cold more than most, the Titanium trim also includes a heated and leather-wrapped steering wheel.
Both are equipped with a hybrid powertrain (a gasoline engine and electric motor) to improve drive performance and fuel consumption. The Ford Fusion Hybrid has a 1.4kWh battery that recharges in two ways: through regenerative braking and regular driving usage. The Ford Fusion Energi is a plug-in hybrid. It has a larger 7.6kWh battery that recharges from an electricity source via a 120-volt charging cord. The Fusion Energi has the added capability to run on electric-only power before the gasoline engine needs to kick in.
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Russet (Titanium trim exclusive)
The 2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid is a spacious five-seat sedan available in three trims. The base SE trim features cloth upholstery. Upgrade to the SEL trim for ActiveX upholstery (a premium synthetic leather) or the Titanium trim for leather upholstery.
The front-row seating features heat functionality on the SEL and Titanium trims. The front-row center console is impressive, with tiered storage sections and plenty of space for two drink holders as well. The second row accommodates up to three passengers across a 60/40 split fold-flat seat bench. The rear row also features a fold-down center armrest with two drink holders.
All seating is comfortable and supportive, with good legroom in both rows, too. The Fusion Hybrid has 44.3 inches of legroom up front and 38.3 inches of legroom for rear-row passengers. With a full complement of passengers, the Fusion Hybrid's fixed trunk space is adequate, at 12 cubic feet.
The 2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid has two complete sets of LATCH connectors (two lower anchors and an upper tether) in the second-row outboard seats, and an upper tether only for the middle seat. A lower anchor can be borrowed from each of the outboard seats to assist in fitting a child seat to the middle seating position (though check first with the seat manufacturer's usage specifications). The lower anchors are deeply set between the seat cushion and backrest. The rear row can accommodate up to three seats, including infant seats, front- and rear-facing seats, and booster seats.
The 2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid is powered by a 2.0L inline four-cylinder gas engine with an onboard electric motor and a 1.4kWh battery. Together they achieve 188 horsepower and 129 lb-ft of torque. Front-wheel drive is standard, with power delivered via an electronically controlled continuously variable transmission (eCVT). Gaining more time on the road and less at the pump, the 2019 Fusion Hybrid achieves an EPA-estimated 42 mpg combined.
In manufacturer testing, when new, the 2019 Fusion Hybrid achieved a zero-to-60 time of 7.9 seconds, and an estimated top speed of 130 mph.
2013-2020 Ford Fusion Hybrid (third generation)
Fully redesigned for the Fusion model's third generation debut in 2013, the Fusion Hybrid gains a completely new powertrain setup, swapping to a 2.0L gas engine (from the 2.5L) and a lithium-ion battery pack (previously nickel-metal hydride). A new base S trim is introduced in 2014. Adding to the roster of driver-assistance features, the 2015 Fusion Hybrid gains a rearview camera as standard.
Following a no-change year in 2016, 2017 ushers in improved entertainment and connectivity features, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality. The S trim is dropped from the lineup at the end of 2018. The next major change comes in 2019, with the introduction of a fully loaded driver-assistance suite as standard. 2020 is the final model year for the Fusion Hybrid.