2020 Ford Fusion Grade Comparison
The 2020 Ford Fusion is a technology-packed mid-size sedan. Production of the Fusion started in 2005 and is now the only sedan that Ford produces in the North American market. The Ford Fusion is available in S, SE, SEL, Titanium, Hybrid SE, Hybrid SEL, Hybrid Titanium, Plug-in Hybrid Titanium trim level options. The V6 Sport trim was available on previous models but was discontinued for the 2020 model year. Let’s go through the eight Fusion grades below.
Ford Fusion MSRP, MPG and Engine Options
The Ford Fusion has trim level options that use gasoline, hybrid or electric engine. Many grades have varying fuel efficiency due to the use of different engines and fuel. Most of the 2020 Ford Fusion grades have similar technology and features like Ford Co-Pilot360™, the Rotary Gear Shift Dial and entertainment systems are relatively similar across the trim levels. Take a look at the specifics below.
|Trim Level Option||Starting MSRP||EPA Estimated MPG||Engine|
|S||$23,170||21 CTY / 31 HWY||2.5 L I-VCT Engine|
|SE||$24,500||23 CTY / 34 HWY||1.5L EcoBoost Engine with Auto Start-Stop Technology|
|SEL||$28,690||23 CTY / 34 HWY||1.5L EcoBoost Engine with Auto Start-Stop Technology or available 2.0L EcoBoost Engine|
|Titanium||$34,450||21 CTY / 31 HWY||2.0L EcoBoost Engine|
|Hybrid SE||$28,000||43 CTY/ 41 HWY||2.0L I-VCT Atkinson-cycle Hybrid Engine and Electric Motor|
|Hybrid SEL||$31,630||43 CTY / 41 HWY||2.0L I-VCT Atkinson-cycle Hybrid Engine and Electric Motor|
|Hybrid Titanium||$34,595||43 CTY / 41 HWY||2.0L I-VCT Atkinson-cycle Hybrid Engine and Electric Motor|
|Plug-in Hybrid Titanium||$35,000||109 CTY / 97 HWY||2.0L I-VCT Atkinson-cycle Hybrid Engine and Electric Motor|
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