2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid
77,184 Miles | Greensboro, NC
$11,998
est. $173/mo

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2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid
69,641 Miles | Ontario, CA
$11,998
est. $173/mo

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2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid
89,644 Miles | Fort Myers, FL
$11,599
est. $167/mo

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2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid
98,851 Miles | Sacramento, CA
$10,998
est. $159/mo

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2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid
93,554 Miles | Duarte, CA
$9,998
est. $144/mo

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2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid
125,759 Miles | Greer, SC
$6,734
est. $97/mo

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2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid
125,933 Miles | Schaumburg, IL
$6,300
est. $91/mo

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2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid
122,985 Miles | Jasper, GA
$6,595
est. $95/mo

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2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid
50,077 Miles | East Peoria, IL
$9,988
est. $144/mo

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2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid
45,879 Miles | Chattanooga, TN
$8,509
est. $123/mo

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2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid
68,440 Miles | Jackson, TN
$6,995
est. $101/mo

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2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid
55,010 Miles | Birmingham, AL
$8,998
est. $130/mo

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2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid
191,028 Miles | Wendell, NC
$6,477
est. $93/mo

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2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid
158,150 Miles | Paoli, PA
$5,995
est. $86/mo

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2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid
90,889 Miles | San Marcos, TX
$9,996
est. $144/mo

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2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid
114,202 Miles | Saint Marys, OH
$6,886
est. $99/mo

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2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid
26,967 Miles | Chapel Hill, NC
$9,902
est. $143/mo

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2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid
24,690 Miles | Raleigh, NC
$11,995
est. $173/mo

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2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid
51,210 Miles | Raleigh, NC
$10,000
est. $144/mo

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2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid
59,742 Miles | West Chester, PA
$8,759
est. $126/mo

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2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
3.5
2 Reviews
Overall
3.5
Value
3.0
Performance
2.5
Style
3.0
Comfort
3.5
Fuel Economy
4.5
Reliability
3.0

2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid - Amazing mileage and great technological features

Danielle
Manassas, Virginia
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
4.0
The Fusion hybrid gets fantastic mileage. With my short commute, I buy gas about five times a year. Ford's take on hybrid engines is also great; in a Toyota Prius the gas engine kicks on at a set speed, but with the Fusion the gas and electric engines work together from the beginning. You won't get left at a traffic light or fall back when climbing a hill, even at low speeds. It feels like a gas engine, but a lot of the time it's simply silent.
Story
Sometimes in parking lots I can be behind pedestrians, and they don't even know I'm there. Because the car runs silently when in electric mode at very low speeds, this can lead to some amusing surprises.
Pros
For a 2010 vehicle, the Fusion hybrid has amazing technology. There is satellite radio, built-in GPS navigation, live view of how the electric and gas engines work together, and a digital dashboard with live mileage and easy-to-navigate settings menus. The car has lots of small and thoughtful touches, like puddle lights under the side mirrors, automatic rearview mirror dimming, and a bright light in the trunk. Having heated power seats in front is terrific, especially in the winter. The side mirrors are also heated, which is priceless when trying to get going after one of our area's common... (more)
Cons
The GPS maps cannot be updated without a visit to the dealer and a large expense. Later models correct this with simple SD cards, but the Sync system in the 2010 Fusion requires a custom set of DVDs. So a few years into owning it, my maps were outdated. Because of the hybrid battery, the back seat does not fold down. I missed this feature, which my previous cars have all had.

2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid - Just way too out of date.

Fusion Hybrid Owner
Flower Mound, Texas
Overall
2.0
Value
2.0
Performance
2.0
Style
2.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
2.0
This vehicle is just too behind. In 2010 when it came out, it was a little behind the competition, but in 2017 it is so far gone. The dash and controls all look way outdated and not as user friendly as they could be. The engine is a hybrid, but the electric motor is very weak, not giving any sort of punch when the gas is stepped on. The interior rattles a lot (at 70,000 miles), including the speakers, despite them never having been played very loud. The MPG's are still not bad (~35 MPG), though behind for the new hybrids, obviously. I've had a couple issues with the car on repairs, but nothing overly expensive. The car just lacks a lot of things expected to be standard. It still has radio and technology glitches that randomly won't allow you to play the CD or aux cable you want. The ca... (more)
Story
The great thing about this car is that it's not too nice and you never have to make sure it's 100% because you're not too proud of it! I once drove it to Houston and drove onto the beach. This was a fun time for me and the girlfriend.
Pros
Decent MPGs that work. The car doesn't have much road noise on the highway. It's not too big of a car on the outside but has plenty of interior room.
Cons
The Bluetooth being inconsistent kills me. They sold the car highly touting this feature. A few repair issues: Ford has not perfected the hybrid yet. Tech glitches. Engine lags badly. Older design even when it came out new.

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