The Ford Fusion Hybrid will be back for the 2013 model year and along with its redesign, the green car is also setting impressive standards for fuel efficiency. The hybrid model will return 47 MPG city and highway, giving it a combined fuel economy rating of 47 MPG.
This rating trumps the majority of the Fusion’s competitors as well as the outgoing model thanks to a 141-horsepower 2.0-liter I-4 engine, a 118-horsepower electric motor, and lithium ion battery pack. Ford’s other hybrid model, the all-new 2013 C-Max, has also received a fuel economy rating of 47/47/47 MPG.
Non-hybrid models of the 2013 Fusion also received impressive fuel economy ratings of up to 22 city/34 highway MPG for the 2.5-lier I-4 engine and up to 25 city/35 highway MPG with the 1.6-liter EcoBoost engine. The model will be hitting showrooms this fall.