The 2013 Ford Fusion only comes in a single trim level: Base. Under the 2013 Fusion’s hood it features an all-new 2.0-liter four-cylinder, Atkins-cycle engine. The engine hooks up to a permanent-magnet AC synchronous motor that uses a 1.4 kWh lithium-ion battery that produces up to 35 kW. Between the 141-horsepower that the engine creates and the 35 kW that the electric motor creates, the Fusion Hybrid has a total of 188 horsepower. Obviously, the Fusion Hybrid is not a performance vehicle, but it is all about fuel economy, as it gets 47 mpg city and 47 mpg highway.
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The Base trim level is all there is for the 2013 Fusion Hybrid. Under its hood is a 2.0-liter engine mated to an electric motor that nets it 188 horsepower and links up to an E-CVT automatic transmission. On the outside, the Fusion Hybrid comes standard with 17-inch painted aluminum rims, regenerative braking, body-colored power mirrors, welcome lighting, chrome grille, projector headlights, LED taillights, body-color rocker moldings and tinted windows. On the inside, the Fusion Hybrid comes with dual-zone automatic climate control, urethane shifter knob, power windows and door locks, intermittent wipers, three 12-volt power ports, compass, ford MyKey, six-speaker AM/FM/CD MP3 stereo system, Ford Sync, and 10-way power driver seat.
The Fusion Hybrid Titanium is the highest trim available for the fuel-efficient family sedan and comes filled to the brim with high-end features. On the outside, the Titanium edition improves upon the Fusion Hybrid SE by including power mirrors with integrated puddle lamps, chrome-accented door handles, a chrome grille, fog lights and a rear deck-lid spoiler. The interior also receives its fair share of updates, including dual-zone, automatic climate control, a beautifully-stitched leather-wrapped steering, a rearview camera and most interestingly, an ambient interior lighting system which allows you to change the color of the lighting at the push of a button. The Titanium edition also includes creature comforts like a push-button and remote starting, Ford’s MyKey system and beautiful LED SmartGuage instrumentation. Rounding out the package, a Sony audio system with 12 speakers along with SYNC with MyFord voice control will keep passengers entertained during long road trips or short drives to the office. Although the pricing might seem high, the Titanium edition is packed with value-added features that become addictive, making it almost impossible to live without once experienced.
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|Build & Price|
2013 FORD FUSION HYBRID$24,500 | 16,656 mi
2013 FORD FUSION HYBRID$24,998 | 18,312 mi
2013 FORD FUSION HYBRID$24,998 | 11,590 mi
2013 FORD FUSION HYBRID$25,999 | 15,489 mi
2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid$30,900 | 686 mi
2013 FORD FUSION HYBRID$30,950 | 3,979 mi
2012 Ford Fusion Hybrid$19,991 | 29,196 mi
2012 FORD FUSION HYBRID$21,944 | 22,801 mi
2011 FORD FUSION HYBRID$17,980 | 45,683 mi
2011 Ford Fusion Hybrid$18,758 | 30,948 mi
2011 FORD FUSION HYBRID$18,950 | 59,686 mi
2011 Ford Fusion Hybrid$19,000 | 42,972 mi
2011 Ford Fusion Hybrid$19,500 | 21,389 mi
2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid$14,691 | 77,288 mi
2010 FORD FUSION HYBRID$14,900 | 71,438 mi
2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid$14,976 | 46,769 mi
2010 FORD FUSION HYBRID$16,500 | 57,144 mi
2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid$17,290 | 56,074 mi
2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid$17,495 | 47,289 mi
2010 FORD FUSION HYBRID$17,500 | 58,330 mi
2010 FORD FUSION HYBRID$17,830 | 48,759 mi
2010 FORD FUSION HYBRID$17,995 | 49,327 mi
2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid$18,000 | 35,475 mi
2010 FORD FUSION HYBRID$18,950 | 45,077 mi
Competitively priced and luxurious, but very underpowered.
Great price and adequately powered, but only 25 mpg city and 37 mpg highway.
Good power and loaded with standard features, but poor fuel economy for a hybrid.
Loaded to the gills and 2 horsepower more than the Fusion, but very expensive and under 40 mpg highway.