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2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid consumer reviews

$27,555 starting MSRP
side view of 2019 Fusion Hybrid Ford
96% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.8
  • Interior 4.8
  • Performance 4.6
  • Value 4.8
  • Exterior 4.8
  • Reliability 4.9
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Great car thus far; future battery ???

Bought my 2019 in 4-2021. It only had 8700 miles on it, got it for 18k at Car Max. It was a fleet car; part of Covid sell off I guess. Retired now, drive around town with maybe 30% highway driving. Watch the EV/GAS indicator like a hawk; like driving a video MPG; 48. The mileage is now at 48,700. Love the car, BATTERY LIFE is a major concern of mine. Done some research prior to buy on replacement battery; battery cost at that time from Ford dealer; ~$5800; recent check ~$10,500. After market batteries out there for less with warranties in the range of 12 months/15k according to auto/radio talk host. Local respected auto repair shop said the Toyata Prius hybrid batteries they had dealt with; they had replaced bad/weak cells instead of e tire battery; 2-3k...that was from 2021. At that time, no Fusions had been brought to them. The battery is my growing concern. If I keep this vehicle, what will it cost to have a battery replaced in the next 4-5 years? PLEASE NOTE: The NATIONAL radio talk show host did say, limit air-conditioning use; do not drive/brake like a wild-man. That would stretch out battery life. Original battery could go as far as 150k with sensible driving habits. Keep car from extreme temperature s; hot & cold. Still contemplating selling car now due to $$$$ in regards to battery not car performance.... LOVE THE CAR.....DREAD THE FUTURE BATTERY ISSUE.


Still in love with it 3 years later!

I purchased my 2019 Fusion Hybrid Titanium back in September of 2020. I got a very good deal on it because dealerships were struggling to sell cars. I was looking for a hybrid and when I saw this one come up, I had to get it. Just over three years later, I love it as much as when I first purchased it. I have put 112,000 km (70,000 miles) on it since then and the only maintenance I have needed is oil changes and rear brakes. Very comfortable, more tech features than some newer cars, amazing's literally perfect for me. Averaging 43 mpg in the summer and 39 mpg in the winter (Ontario, Canada). I still get compliments on the car all the time!


Overall it's a good car

I bought this car with 17,000 miles on it, I'm not really a Ford guy but feel I got a good deal at $20,000, it was approximately a year old, starts great and hasn't failed me yet, overall above average car.


Surprisingly good car!

We wanted a roomy car with good mileage for trips and carrying others around town. I didn't have real high expectations for the car but it has surprised us-- in a very good way. Very reliable, 40+ mpg, quiet, well equipped and better handling than I expected. We bought it slightly used and have had it almost 3 years with no problems.


Dead $7k battery at 100k miles

In all aspects, this is a great car. I had just wanted 2 things more: The 80hp electric motor found on the plug in rather than the somewhat limiting 40hp motor, and that ford would do something about the many complaints about the hybrid car battery failure after the 100k mile warranty.



Great on gas mileage. Tech could be improved to eliminate the need for a cable to use nav. Air conditioner issues galore. No help from Ford. Not buying another Ford again.


Most reliable and maintenance free car I’ve owned!

Purchased used 2019 Hybrid SE with 30k. Drives like a more expensive luxury vehicle, very quiet and love all standard safety features. I’ve only had to change the oil. Not a single issue, one of the most underrated vehicles IMO and it’s a shame Ford quit making these vehicles in 2020. Buy a 2017-2020 hybrid model as these were the better ones and you won’t be disappointed! Also averaging 40mpg and I drive with a lead foot sometimes! Acceleration at highway speeds not always great but gets the job done! City driving is peppy enough! Better looking and more room than a Prius!


Great on gas

It is great but I wish my sales representative was more thorough because I wanted the same bells and whistles I had in my previous ford fusion in this hybrid, so I did not get my heated seats.


Great car for the money

This car is economical, safe and a good value for the money. We would recommend it to anyone who is penny wise. We are happy about the 40mpg!


Ford Fusion Hybrid - LOVE IT

Great looking vehicle. Super comfortable and well designed. Drives great. 43+ mpg. This is the 2nd one I've owned. The 1st is a 2017, with 100k+ now and no problems AT ALL thus far.