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  • 2016 Ford Fusion Hybrid Overview

    Patrick Frawley
    Automotive Editor - June 16, 2015

    Ford's gas-electric midsize sedan remains a leading choice for families who want a great all-around sedan with great gas mileage. The Fusion Hybrid is a very attractive combination of ambitious styling, refined driving characteristics, impressive value and excellent fuel economy.

    What's New for 2016

    The Fusion Hybrid carries over into 2016 without changes.

    Choosing Your Ford Fusion Hybrid

    The Fusion is available in three versions: a traditional gasoline-fueled model, a gas-electric hybrid, and the Energi plug-in hybrid. The gasoline-only Fusion and the Energi are covered in separate articles.

    Since its redesign for 2013, the Fusion Hybrid has solidified its place at the top of the eco-friendly family sedan class. It gives up nothing in design, driving feel, materials quality, everyday convenience and all-around goodness to its competitors. It also features some seriously impressive fuel economy numbers; EPA estimates are 44 mpg city/41 mpg highway.

    The Fusion Hybrid can be had in three trim levels: S, SE, and Titanium. Each features a drivetrain which couples an Atkinson-cycle two-liter four-cylinder and 88-kW electric motor to a electronically-controlled continuously-variable transmission (eCVT) driving the front wheels. The brakes include a regenerative circuit to convert kinetic energy into electricity which is fed back to the onboard lithium-ion storage battery.

    S

    The base-model S starts at $25,185 and is already a well-equipped and comfortable car, although Ford does keep a firm lid on options at this trim level. The only extras aside from paint color are paint-protection film, airbag-equipped rear-seat seatbelts, and a variety of cargo-management solutions.

    SE

    Choosing the SE opens up a number of available options which can be added to its equipment list and $25,990 sticker price. Leather upholstery, adaptive cruise control, parallel-parking assistance and a Driver Assist pack with blind-spot monitors and a lane-departure warning system are among a sizable list of electronics-heavy optional features. Dual-zone climate control and a SiriusXM radio are standard.

    Titanium

    The Titanium moves several features -- heated leather seats, touchscreen operation for the infotainment system, the reverse-sensing sensors, keyless entry and pushbutton start -- from the optional to standard-equipment columns and adds an upgraded Sony sound system and a few other items to justify its $30,940 MSRP. Start stacking up the options on the Titanium and you end up with a features list that's less mainstream family sedan and more high-tech luxury car: in addition to Driver Assist and adaptive cruise control, voice-activated navigation and cooled seats are available.

    CarsDirect Tip

    Unless you are trying to pin down the lowest possible price, skip the S. The SE's $800 premium is justified by its extra standard features and available options. On the other end, a judiciously-optioned SE comes in a few thousand dollars under a similarly equipped Titanium.

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