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By Cars.com Staff
July 9, 2013
The Ford Fusion Hybrid is based on the Fusion midsize sedan and gets an EPA-estimated 47 mpg in combined city/highway driving. It also has a sleek design and many available driver-assist features. Competitors include hybrid versions of the Toyota Camry, Hyundai Sonata and Kia Optima as well as the diesel-powered Volkswagen Passat TDI. There is also a plug-in hybrid version called the Fusion Energi that can travel up to 21 miles on electric power alone.
(Skip to details on the: Fusion Energi) New for 2014 A new S trim level of the Fusion Hybrid is available as are inflatable rear seat belts. Exterior Highlights
Standard 17-inch alloy wheels; 18-inch wheels available
Automatic headlights; available fog lights
Available power moonroof
Hybrid-specific gauge cluster
Automatic air conditioning
Cruise control; adaptive cruise control available
Cloth seats; leather available
Available MyFord Touch multimedia system
Available navigation system
Under the Hood
2.0-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine and electric motor make a combined 188 horsepower
Fusion Energi At full charge, the Fusion Energi is capable of traveling up to 21 miles on electric power with a combined total range of around 620 miles. It can reach speeds up to 85 mph in electric-only mode.
Newly available features for 2014 include a heated steering wheel and inflatable seat belts for rear passengers
Powertrain is similar to Fusion Hybrid but features a larger battery
Can be charged by a 240- or 120-volt power source
Trunk space drops from the Fusion Hybrid's 12 cubic feet to 8.2 cubic feet because of the larger battery
Auto stop/start technology, low-rolling resistance tires and regenerative braking for increased fuel efficiency