2016 Ford Fusion Hybrid
41,208 Miles
$17,997

Spokane, WA
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2014 Ford Fusion Hybrid
78,956 Miles
$13,600

Fenton, MI
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2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid
28,840 Miles
$15,370

Temple Hills, MD
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2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid
18,558 Miles
$20,349

Saint Joseph, MO
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2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid
18,569 Miles
$19,217

Temple Hills, MD
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2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid
30,196 Miles
$15,788

Scranton, PA
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2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid
30,666 Miles
$16,995

Portsmouth, NH
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2016 Ford Fusion Hybrid
42,477 Miles
$15,577

Aurora, CO
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2014 Ford Fusion Hybrid
58,490 Miles
$12,990

Madison, WI
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2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid
15,669 Miles
$20,280

Anderson, IN
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2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid
30,585 Miles
$16,998

O'fallon, IL
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2014 Ford Fusion Hybrid
25,743 Miles
$16,590

Stillwater, MN
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2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid
37,308 Miles
$15,797

Indianapolis, IN
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2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid
91,129 Miles
$11,926

Meridian, ID
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2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid
38,601 Miles
$16,391

Littleton, CO
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2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid
13,178 Miles
$16,383

Mckinney, TX
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2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid
21,433 Miles
$18,981

Brownsville, TX
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2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid
30,609 Miles
$18,888

Brownsville, TX
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2017 Ford Fusion Hybrid
33,513 Miles
$15,888

Denison, TX
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2012 Ford Fusion Hybrid
60,815 Miles
$9,995

Portsmouth, NH
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Ford Fusion Hybrid Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
13 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.3
Performance
3.9
Style
4.6
Comfort
4.5
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.

2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid - Excellent Car

Joe
Odenton, Maryland
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
The Ford Fusion hybrid has a great look and style to it. The interior features of my particular model include a roughly seven inch display, heated powered seats for the driver and passenger, and steering wheel controls. The controls on the wheel allow you to control not only your phone and radio, but even the climate control in the car! This car performs better than similar class vehicles such as the Camry hybrid - it feels more powerful and the throttle responds more quickly when you need to accelerate quickly at times such as merging.
Story
Multiple times when first driving friends around in my car they are amazed at how quiet the vehicle is. Most of the time when turning it on it doesn't make any noise until you reach higher speeds as the electric engines supplies all the power to the wheels which is confusing for the passengers and fun for me to get a kick out of their reactions.
Pros
The gas mileage the car achieves is great for its size. There is very little engine or road noise, as the speakers work to cancel noise. The car has a very sporty feel to the handling. The interior leather and paneling all have a clean, sleek, professional look to them, and the seats are very comfortable and provide ample legroom. Even for myself at 6'6" tall, I can still fit someone in the back seat behind me.
Cons
Due to the battery placement for the hybrid vehicle, the car loses some trunk space compared to the non-hybrid version which makes moving large items a bit troublesome.

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