Ford is now letting its customers choose between an all-wheel drive Fusion Titanium with a 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine or a Fusion Hybrid Titanium model for the same price.
“Traditionally, car buyers have had to compromise when selecting between class-leading efficiency, premium amenities and value,” said Samantha Hoyt, Fusion Marketing manager. “The new Fusion Hybrid Titanium lets customers have it all.”
Available early next year starting at $32,995, the Fusion Hybrid Titanium will add premium amenities and technology to what the American automaker claims is the most fuel-efficient midsize family sedan in America. This is the first model year that the Fusion Hybrid is offered with the Titanium trim.
Compared to the recently reviewed Ford Fusion model, the Titanium trim package adds standard front fog lights, chrome accents on the door handles, a rear deck spoiler, and polished 18-inch wheels.
On the inside, both front seats get power adjustability, while the driver gets further control with a 10-way adjustable seat. The seats, steering wheel, and shift lever are also all trimmed with high-quality leather.
For in-car-entertainment, the American automaker gives its Fusion Hybrid Titanium a standard 12-speaker Sony audio system with HD Radio. SYNC and MyFord are included, while a rear-view camera and reverse sensing system assists the driver when backing up.