What's in store:
The 2019 Fusion Hybrid remains on sale in decent numbers. Blind spot monitoring and automatic emergency braking are now standard, and the base MSRP has increased accordingly.
The Fusion Hybrid isn't nearly as common as its gas counterpart, but supplies are good relative to demand. Selection heavily favors the mid-level SE, which buyers prefer. The base S and upscale Titanium are stocked in far fewer numbers.
The carryover 2020 Fusion Hybrid just started arriving at dealers and already carries cash incentives. Supplies will gradually improve over the next several months.
Ford has said it will discontinue the Fusion Hybrid after the 2020 model year.
Current factory offers vary by region and are scheduled to remain in effect until January 2, 2020 unless otherwise noted. Examples shown here are for California.
Up to $4,000 off:
Every 2019 Fusion Hybrid now comes with a $1,000 rebate for all buyers. Models in stock longer than 61 days also carry a $500 Select Inventory bonus.
In addition, buyers who finance through Ford Credit will receive a $1,000 finance bonus, and buyers with a vehicle to trade are eligible for a $1,500 trade-in bonus. You can save up to $4,000 with these promotions.
The rebate on the incoming 2020 Fusion Hybrid is $750, and the $500 Select Inventory bonus is available.
Solid lease value:
The 2019 Fusion Hybrid SE now starts at $255 for 39 months (10,500 miles a year) with $2,560 due at signing. The effective monthly cost is $321, a very good good value for this price class.
The 2020 Fusion Hybrid SE starts at $275 a month with $2,900 at signing. We consider this a good value, especially for this early stage of the model year.
No interest + bonus:
In place of the standard rebate on a 2019 Fusion Hybrid, Ford continues to offer 0% financing for 60 months, or 0.9% for 72 months. The deal comes with $1,000 bonus cash, and you remain eligible for the $1,500 trade-in bonus.
Special rates on the 2020 Fusion Hybrid range from 0.9% for 36 months to 2.9% for 60 months (no bonus cash).