2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid SE

2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid Hybrid SE
  • MSRP$27,380 Invoice$25,258
    • 44 City
    • 41 Hwy
  • Seating5
  • Fuel TypeHybrid
  • Cargo340 L (12 cu.ft.)
  • Horsepower

Estimated Monthly Payment

Term 24 mo 36 mo 48 mo 60 mo 72 mo 84 mo
Payment $1,201 $821 $631 $517 $441 $387

2015 Ford Fusion Buyer's Guide

The Ford Fusion Hybrid is an elegant looking midsize hybrid sedan whose exterior has drawn comparisons to models from Aston Martin ever since its 2013 refresh. The Hybrid model gets very good fuel economy, and has decent performance. The Fusion is fun to drive for a hybrid, with a supple ride and agile handling (though not quite up to Aston Martin standards). The upscale cabin is roomy and attractive, with average passenger space. Cargo space and fuel capacity suffer slightly to allow room for the batteries. Taller drivers may want to skip the sunroof, as it can eat into headroom. The Ford Fusion gets good crash ratings from the Insurance Institute for High Safety, except in the small overlap front test where it is rated as acceptable.

What's the difference between trims?

2015 Ford Fusion S
  • 16-inch steel wheels
  • Cruise control
  • SYNC Bluetooth interface
  • Rearview camera
2015 Ford Fusion SE
  • 17-inch wheels
  • Power front seats
  • Satellite radio
  • Keypad entry system
2015 Ford Fusion Titanium
  • 18-inch wheels
  • Sport suspension system
  • MyFord Touch infotainment system
  • Leather upholstery

What makes it move?

The Fusion Hybrid is powered by a 2.0 liter Atkinson cycle 4 cylinder engine with a 12.3:1 compression ratio that puts out 141 horsepower and 129 lb-ft of torque through an electronic continuously variable transmission (an eCVT). The system also includes an 88 kW permanent magnet AC synchronous motor for a combined system output of 188 horsepower. The battery pack is lithium ion and holds 1.4 kWh. The electric top speed is around 85 mph, and the Fusion Hybrid is rated at 44 mpg city, 41 highway, and 42 combined.

Why buy the 2015 Ford Fusion?

All Fusions come standard with a rear view camera (in advance of the NHSTA requiring all cars to have them by 2018), though the standard 4.2 inch screen is quite small; cars with the optional MyFord Touch system get a larger 8 inch screen. The Fusion is the first vehicle in its class to get inflatable rear safety belts (in the outboard positions), which help distribute crash forces across the torso. The available Blind Spot Information System with Cross-Traffic Alert, Lane Keeping System, and Adaptive Cruise Control with Forward Collision Warning, as well as Active Park Assist can help prevent accidents and fender benders. Automatic high-beam headlamps are optional and automatically switch between high and low beams as necessary. Drivers in colder climates will appreciate the available heated front seats and steering wheel, while seat cooling is also available for those in warmer climates.

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