2018 Ford Fusion Hybrid Available Trims




Available Trims

2018 Ford Fusion Hybrid Available Trims

  • Name S (FWD) Transmission CVT w/OD MSRP 25390.00 Engine 2.0 L/122 City/Hwy MPG 43/41
  • Name SE (FWD) Transmission CVT w/OD MSRP 26340.00 Engine 2.0 L/122 City/Hwy MPG 43/41
  • Name Titanium (FWD) Transmission CVT w/OD MSRP 30870.00 Engine 2.0 L/122 City/Hwy MPG 43/41
  • Name Platinum (FWD) Transmission CVT w/OD MSRP 37370.00 Engine 2.0 L/122 City/Hwy MPG 43/41

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