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2019 Ford Fusion Energi Interior Review


Interior: 6.5

The 2019 Fusion Energi has a refined interior with soft-touch plastics and some high-quality materials. Legroom and headroom are generous, and the seats are comfortable. The SYNC 3 infotainment system is easy to use, but the Fusion Energi has less cargo space than most rivals.

  • "The cabin materials are a mix of plastics that look good overall and are soft-touch in the right places. It won't wow you, but it is perfectly attractive and appears to be well-built." -- Edmunds
  • "The Fusion Titanium is so nice inside that you may be fooled into believing you're driving a luxurious Lincoln MKZ." -- Kelley Blue Book
  • "The dashboard and controls have an impressive sleekness. This is a technologically advanced vehicle with a cabin to match." -- Autotrader (2016)


The Fusion Energi seats five on standard leather upholstery. Power-adjustable front seats, heated and ventilated front seats, and a leather-wrapped, heated steering wheel are also standard.

The Fusion Energi offers good head- and legroom in both rows. The plushy front seats offer plenty of support. Most 6-foot adults can fit in the back seats just fine. For installing child safety seats, there are two sets of lower LATCH anchors in the rear outboard seats and three top tethers.

  • "Heaps of front headroom thanks to the lack of a sunroof. The Fusion's wide cabin results in a lot of wiggle room, especially in the back seat. The back seat is higher than expected, though headroom remains adequate — 6-footers can sit upright and just clear the headliner." -- Edmunds
  • "Space is satisfactory for four adults, or five in a pinch (with three squeezed across the back bench)." -- Kelley Blue Book
  • "Rear passengers are unlikely to complain. Despite the fastback roofline, there's still enough headroom for 6-footers. Legroom is also generous." -- Autotrader (2016)

Interior Features

The 2019 Fusion Energi comes in one well-equipped trim. Standard features include remote start, proximity keyless entry, push-button start, dual-zone automatic climate control, and the SYNC 3 infotainment system with an 8-inch touch screen, navigation, a 12-speaker Sony stereo, satellite radio, HD Radio, a Wi-Fi hot spot, two USB ports, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto.

Standard active safety features include adaptive cruise control, a rearview camera, MyKey (which lets you set volume and speed limits for secondary drivers), and Ford’s new Co-Pilot360 package, which features pre-collision assist with automatic emergency braking, pedestrian detection, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, lane keep assist, and automatic high beams. A moonroof is available.

Ford’s SYNC 3 system is easy to use and responsive, and the navigation system responds to smartphonelike gestures such as swiping and pinch-to-zoom. Connecting your smartphone to the system and accessing your favorite apps is a cinch.

See 2019 Ford Fusion Energi specs »

  • "The interface itself is pretty intuitive, though it's not the fastest one to snap into action upon startup. Overall, it has a solid array of technology features." -- Edmunds
  • "[SYNC3 is] … fast, clear, easy to use and has graphics that are a lot more user-friendly than any of Ford's previous systems – or even many competing automakers' systems." -- Cars.com (2017)
  • "Ford is pushing its Sync 3 infotainment system as significantly improved and more phone-like than before. And it is all those things." -- Autoblog (2017)


With 8.2 cubic feet of trunk space, the Fusion Energi has less storage than most other midsize cars, including hybrids. The placement of the car's battery cuts into trunk space and creates an awkward shelf, making it difficult to load the small trunk.

  • "The large battery eats up most of the trunk space, which measures a paltry 8.2 cubic feet. It also makes for a pathetically tiny, nearly useless window slot of a pass-through when the back seat is folded. But the trunk volume that exists is wide and tall, and the gooseneck hinges are protected." -- Edmunds
  • "The biggest problem with turning an existing hybrid into a plug-in hybrid is where to put the extra batteries. In normal hybrids, batteries usually fit under the seats, but when you increase the size of them severalfold, they have to be placed somewhere else. That usually means eating up space in the trunk, and that's the case in the Energi." -- Cars.com (2017)

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