New 2015 Ford Fusion Energi Prices

Hybrid cars are not equal by any means. The Ford Fusion Energi makes a strong statement that a hybrid car can look great and have plenty to offer, too. With an EPA combined rate of 100MPGe, this car can run about 20 miles on a solitary charge before the gas engine revs up and takes over. Two trim levels are available, SE Luxury and Titanium. Stock, the SE Luxury trim level offers plenty. Auto-dim mirrors, included fog lights, keypad and remote keyless entry, leather interior and power seats as well as an 8” touchscreen computer, gorgeous gauge clusters, and six-speaker sound system are enticing. Dual-zone climate control always assures that the temperature is comfy in the cabin. A standard 110-volt plug outlet allows you to tap into the battery with a household plug. iPod/USB interfaces mean that connectivity is as easy as plugging in. Upgrade to the Titanium package to get a better sound system (12-speaker), remote start, backup camera, rear spoiler and a few more add-ons. The 2.0-liter four-cylinder puts out 195 horses and uses a continuously variable transmission (CVT) to charge up the battery; it can run at about 85 mph for over 20 miles before the lithium-ion battery needs to be recharged. For the price, and the features offered, it’s hard to top this hybrid.

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