When the plug-in hybrid version of Ford’s Fusion hits dealerships, it will do so with a $39,495 base price tag, before tax credits and delivery charges.
The Fusion Energi will utilize the same setup that is found in the C-Max Energi, and should get somewhere around the C-Max’s power rating of 188 hp. Range on electricity alone is rated at 21 miles in the C-Max, and overall range is 620 miles, though in the Fusion these numbers may vary slightly.
While a base model will run you $39,495, the top trim Fusion Energi Titanium will set you back $40,995, though federal tax credits of about $4,000 will help to bring the price back down. Each State has different credit amounts as well, which will also reduce the price.