The all-new 2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid is a midsize sedan that rivals any car in efficiency, regardless of size. Rated at 47 mpg in both city and highway driving -- up 6 mpg from last year's model -- the Fusion is the segment's undisputed mileage champ. To squeeze more miles from a gallon, you'd have to choose one of the smallest hybrids, or a plug-in hybrid or electric vehicle.
The 2-liter four-cylinder and electric motor produce a total of 188 horsepower, a setup that also gives the Fusion class-leading performance, and allows it to travel at speeds up to 62 mph on electric power only. It's the same powerplant used in Ford's C-Max compact and Lincoln MKZ luxury sedan, so it's safe to say that hybrid power has gone mainstream at Ford.