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2013 Ford Fusion Pricing Announced via Configurator

Ford has added dollar figures to the 2013 Fusion configurator, however, this disclaimer has also been posted to make sure that we understand options and prices aren’t final yet: "Prices and features are for survey purposes only and are subject to change and features may become unavailable at the time of vehicle introduction."
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So, let’s act like good guinea pigs and discuss the pricing for this car. The base Fusion S comes with a price of $22,495 though it hasn’t been specified if this includes destination or not (likely not).

Stepping up a level to the SE model, this comes with alloy wheels heated, lighted mirrors with turn signal indicators and color coordinated rocker panes for $24,490. Only from this model on can you configure an EcoBoost engine or the optional navigation and start/stop.

To switch your 2.5-liter Fusion SE for a 1.6-liter EcoBoost, you’ll have to pay $25,290, while the bigger 2.0-liter EcoBoost costs from $25,745.

Prices for the SE Hybrid start at $27,995, as you’ll be getting a combination of electric motor, CVT gearbox and 2.0-liter engine.

But for a really cool sedan, you have to take your hat off for the Titanium, which starts at $30,995 for the front-wheel drive car and $32,995 for the all-wheel drive model. The car only comes with the more powerful 2.0-liter EcoBoost and comes packed with leather, better stereo and navigation.

 
 
 
 
 

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