Filed under: , ,

2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid - studio view - front three-quarter angle

Ford obviously thinks it was on to something good when it decided to offer its Lincoln MKZ sedan with a no-cost hybrid option, as the Blue Oval will now be taking a similar tack with its new Fusion Titanium. For $32,995, the range-topping 2013 Ford Fusion Titanium can be equipped with either the sporty 2.0-liter EcoBoost and all-wheel drive or hybrid power and front-wheel drive.

At launch, the 2013 Fusion Hybrid will only be available in mid-grade SE trim, but starting early next year, Ford will add a Titanium model that includes sportier exterior styling and a more premium cabin. This trim level will come standard with tech features like a 12-speaker Sony audio system, MyFord Touch, parking sensors and luxury items like power front seats, leather seats and 18-inch polished alloys. It isn't clear if the Fusion Hybrid Titanium's starting price includes the $795 destination charge, but when optioning up a Fusion Hybrid SE with similar equipment, it's right in the same neighborhood at $33,370.

For those keeping track, the fully loaded Fusion Hybrid Titanium is just a step under the $35,925 2013 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid, with which it shares its chassis. Scroll down to see Ford's full presser on this new trim.

Continue reading Ford adds Titanium trim to 2013 Fusion Hybrid

Ford adds Titanium trim to 2013 Fusion Hybrid originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 02 Oct 2012 17:46:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

Permalink | Email this | Comments