2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid
8,866 Miles | Hemet, CA
$21,608
est. $311/mo

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2020 Ford Fusion Hybrid
4,841 Miles | Hemet, CA
$28,995
est. $418/mo

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2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid
33,885 Miles | Dallas, TX
$18,496
est. $267/mo

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2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid
13,648 Miles | Hemet, CA
$20,982
est. $302/mo

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2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid
9,576 Miles | Hollywood , FL
$18,299
est. $264/mo

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2018 Ford Fusion Hybrid
35,624 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$12,899
est. $186/mo

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2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid
44,210 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$14,990
est. $216/mo

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2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid
37,493 Miles | Coconut Creek, FL
$13,778
est. $199/mo

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2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid
42,232 Miles | Coconut Creek, FL
$13,442
est. $194/mo

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2018 Ford Fusion Hybrid
53,854 Miles | Coconut Creek, FL
$11,738
est. $169/mo

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2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid
43,740 Miles | Coconut Creek, FL
$13,336
est. $192/mo

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2018 Ford Fusion Hybrid
44,697 Miles | Coconut Creek, FL
$12,270
est. $177/mo

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2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid
146,600 Miles | Hollywood, FL
$4,460
est. $64/mo

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2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid
79,531 Miles | Peoria, AZ
$6,952
est. $100/mo

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2018 Ford Fusion Hybrid
31,793 Miles | Chandler, AZ
$15,985
est. $230/mo

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2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid
31,507 Miles | Peoria, AZ
$18,105
est. $261/mo

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2018 Ford Fusion Hybrid
38,949 Miles | Tempe, AZ
$15,473
est. $223/mo

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2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid
39,980 Miles | Phoenix, AZ
$16,736
est. $241/mo

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2019 Ford Fusion Hybrid
11,102 Miles | Phoenix, AZ
$19,393
est. $280/mo

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2018 Ford Fusion Hybrid
42,486 Miles | Montclair, CA
$14,500
est. $209/mo

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Ford Fusion Hybrid Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
23 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.2
Performance
3.7
Style
4.7
Comfort
4.3
Fuel Economy
4.8
Reliability
4.4

Ford Fusion Hybrid Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2011 Ford Fusion Hybrid - A vehicle I have so far been satisfied with

Jonathon
Chino, California
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I purchased my car around two yrs. ago, and I have so far been satisfied with it. I haven't encountered any problems of any sort. It has run smoothly with zero hiccups. There haven't been any problems with the interior quality. Haven't noticed any rattles that I can recall, and everything I expected from this car has held up well. What interested me in this car in the first place was the design of the car, the tech specs, and the gas mileage. And I can say I haven't been disappointed with any of these aspects yet.
Story
When I first got my car and my friends saw it for the first time, all of them were impressed with it. In fact, they all liked it so much a few of them said they wanted to find something similar for themselves now.
Pros
Maybe the first best thing about this car is all the neat specs that are included while still being affordable. It comes with a screen in the dashboard that has everything from climate control, showing you what parts of your car is being used, knowing how efficient on fuel your driving, to also having a navigation screen. A bigger draw for me is that is has a rear camera for when you are backing up. Also, another cool feature like a warning light for cars that are on the side of you that may be in your blind spot. This is a feature I use a lot. Another positive is that it's a hybrid car... (more)
Cons
There aren't too many negative things about this vehicle. Any problem I've had are not too bothersome. The mileage of the car, although a hybrid, is a lower end hybrid. 32 mpg is good and a step up from my previous cars but not by too much. Also, when it rains hard, the warning light that tells you a car in your blind spot will often malfunction and stay lit up. But after it stops raining hard, it will go back to normal. And even though it is roomy in the front seats, the back seats aren't quite as roomy.

2012 Ford Fusion Hybrid - Bang for your buck

KV
Long Beach, California
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
I purchased my 2012 Ford fusion used with about 17,000 miles on it. I have now put close to 10,000 miles since and am very satisfied. I average about 38 mpg, but I can get about 45+ mpg if I drive really conservatively. The gas savings is obviously the thing I love about the car the most. One thing I did not expect before making this purchase was the smooth, luxurious-like ride quality. That, coupled with the quite cabin and very little road noise make it feel like a premium German car. That is always an immediate compliment whenever someone takes a ride in my car whether they are sitting in the driver, passenger, or rear seat. It always seems to be such a surprise to everyone with just how smooth and strong this car feels for a Ford. The interior styling has it's pros and cons. I love... (more)
Story
Gassing up in Sacramento and proceeding through Oakland, then back home to Long Beach, California. At the end of the trip I was still left with one week worth of gas. Amazing!
Pros
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Cons
- a few fit and finish issues with exterior fastening clips coming loose on the front bumper and rear bumper. - Old style lane change signaler. - Small trunk.

2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid - Early adopter to hybrid with no regrets

Karen
Manassas, Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
My 2010 Ford Fusion has been the best car I've ever owned. It performs like a gas vehicle, with the added bonus of hybrid-level mileage. I have never had any problems with its performance. The car also has remarkable technology that I believe was ahead of its time. The car is nine years old and has only started feeling outdated in the last year or so.
Story
For car camping, this car was a godsend. It has a full-size electrical outlet in the rear seat, and we used it as a giant generator for many camping trips. The car would turn its own engine on and off as necessary to power our electrical extension cord. The engine was quieter than the generators other camping parties used, and I believe we used a lot less fuel.
Pros
The car has a 17-gallon gas tank, which coupled with mileage in the high 30s, leads to a tank of gas lasting almost 600 miles. I have a very short commute, so I only buy gas about five times a year. This is remarkable. The car has a large touchscreen, digital dashboard, Ford Sync, full-color rearview camera, and power everything. It feels like a very modern car with a thoughtful, state of the art design.
Cons
The hybrid battery is positioned between the rear seat and the trunk. This means the trunk is slightly shallower than in other comparable sedans, and the rear seat does not split or fold down for larger cargo. This has been a minor inconvenience when traveling or moving large items. The built-in GPS navigation can only be updated with VIN-specific DVDs available at a premium price only from Ford. Later models of the Fusion have much cheaper nav updates.

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