Starting early next year, Ford customers in the U.S. will have one more option when it comes to the new 2013 Fusion Hybrid as the Blue Oval announced the addition of a Titanium model to the range.
The Titanium edition is based on the already available Fusion Hybrid SE, which is EPA rated at 47mpg combined, adding new exterior and interior appointments.
On the outside, new features include front fog lamps, chrome accents on the door handles, a rear deck spoiler and polished 18-inch alloy wheels, while the interior is upgraded with leather trimmed seats, steering wheel and gear shift lever, power front seats, a premium Sony audio system, MyFord Touch, Reverse Sensing System, and an auto-dimming electrochromic rearview mirror.
“Traditionally, car buyers have had to compromise when selecting between class-leading efficiency, premium amenities and value,” said Samantha Hoyt, Fusion Marketing manager. “The new Fusion Hybrid Titanium lets customers have it all.”
The new 2013 Fusion Hybrid Titanium will be priced at $32,995 (including destination and handling) when it hits Ford's showrooms early next year, the same as the 2.0-liter EcoBoost Fusion when opted with all-wheel drive.
The base 2013 Fusion Hybrid SE costs $27,995, including destination and handling charges.