In the race for supreme fuel efficiency, Ford has produced the Fusion Hybrid, an advanced 100 MPGe car that out-economizes the Chevrolet Volt and Toyota Prius Plug-In. The technology transforms the popular midsize sedan into an ideal choice for the green-conscious.
The Ford Fusion Energi received few changes from its inaugural 2013 model year. They include an available heated steering wheel, ventilated front seats and inflatable rear seatbelts for enhanced safety.Read more »
A standard 2-liter four-cylinder paired to an electric motor produces a combined 188 horsepower and is mated to a continuously variable transmission (CVT). The SE Luxury comes with touchscreen navigation and Bluetooth. Exterior features aluminum 17-inch wheels and fog lights. This package also comes with a 10-way power driver’s seat, upgraded stereo with HD Radio, MyFord Touch, keyless entry with push button start, and Sync services.
The Titanium package adds sport front seats, ambient lighting with seven color choices, improved leather trim, a memory card slot, 12 premium speakers, cooled seats and a rear spoiler. The Titanium also includes a reverse sensing system. Optional equipment include a moonroof, active park assist and the Blis blind spot monitoring system with cross-traffic alerts.
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This similarly-priced plug-in hybrid from Honda offers Accord fans a chance to increase their mileage
This newly-introduced Prius variant offers trendy thrills, but much less interior room than the Fusion
The Fusion Energi is Ford's answer to the Volt -- the Energi packs slightly more horsepower, and is much more attractive
Much more expensive, but the Fusion's high sticker price might make the Tesla a viable alternative when budget is less critical