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The 2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid ranking is based on its score within the 2015 Affordable Midsize Cars category. Currently the Ford Fusion Hybrid has a score of 8.1 out of 10 which is based on our evaluation of 27 pieces of research and data elements using various sources.




Critics' Rating: 9.3
Performance: 7.9
Interior: 7.6
Total Cost of Ownership: 9.4
Safety: 9.2
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2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid Review

The 2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid has better fuel economy, sportier handling, and more available safety features than many competitors. However, it ranks midpack because rivals offer higher predicted reliability ratings, better brake feel, and more interior space.

Pros & Cons


  • Excellent fuel economy
  • Nimbler handling than most hybrids
  • Plenty of available safety features



  • Subpar predicted reliability rating
  • Rivals have more room inside
  • Touchy brakes


2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid Overview

Is the 2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid a Good Used Car?

If you’re looking for a fuel miser that handles better than most of its hybrid competitors, the Fusion Hybrid deserves a look. Just be sure to try out the brakes and see if the rear seats have enough room for you. Also, considering its below-average predicted reliability rating, you may want to consider a certified pre-owned model.

Used 2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid Performance and Interior

The Fusion returns an EPA-estimated 43 mpg in the city and 39 mpg on highway, which is better fuel economy than most competing hybrid models. Its four-cylinder engine and electric motor make a combined 188 horsepower, which is enough power for decent acceleration. Transitions are seamless between the electric motor and the gas engine. Although it doesn’t handle as well as the nonhybrid Fusion, it feels sportier than many other hybrids. The ride is responsive yet comfortable, but the brakes are touchy – a complaint shared by some other hybrids. A continuously variable automatic transmission and front-wheel drive are standard.

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The Fusion Hybrid has a stylish, well-made cabin with seating for five. The base S trim comes with cloth upholstery. Some models have leather upholstery with heated, cooled, and power-adjustable front seats. Although some rivals offer more seating space, the Fusion Hybrid has enough room in both rows for all but the tallest of passengers. You can install car seats using the two complete sets of LATCH connectors found on the rear outboard seats and the tether-only connection on the middle seat. The Fusion Hybrid’s 12-cubic-foot trunk is small for the class as a whole but typical for a midsize hybrid sedan.

Standard features include dual-zone automatic climate control, a six-speaker audio system, voice recognition, a USB port, and Bluetooth. The gauges feature an EcoGuide, which uses graphic displays to help you adjust your driving habits to maximize fuel savings. The available MyFord Touch system uses touch-sensitive buttons and a touch-screen display, but the system's haphazard responses might leave some folks wishing for more conventional knobs and buttons.

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Used 2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid Prices

On average, expect to pay anywhere from about $15,300 for a base S trim to around $19,000 for a model in the Titanium trim. Prices vary based on demand, condition, mileage, and location.

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We Did the Research for You: 27 Reviews Analyzed

Instead of basing our reviews on our personal opinions, we analyze the findings of the automotive press alongside data like reliability ratings and safety scores.

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How Reliable Is the 2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid?

The 2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid has a below-average predicted reliability rating of 2.5 out of five. A rating of three is considered average.

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How Safe Is the Fusion Hybrid?

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety named the 2015 Ford Fusion a Top Safety Pick – one of the agency’s best awards. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the 2015 Fusion Hybrid an overall rating of five out of five stars.

A rearview camera became standard for 2015 models. Every Fusion Hybrid also has MyKey, which allows you to configure certain restrictions that parents will find helpful, like speed and audio volume limits.

There are plenty of available driver assistance features, including front and rear parking sensors, adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert, lane departure warning with a lane-keeping function, auto-dimming rear- and sideview mirrors, and rain-sensing windshield wipers.

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Should I Consider Another Used Fusion Hybrid?

Ford redesigned the Fusion for the 2013 model year, beginning the second generation of the hybrid version. For 2014, the S trim joined the lineup. A heated steering wheel and ventilated front seats also became standard. For 2015, a rearview camera became standard. You can save some money by shopping for a model that’s a couple of years older, while still getting similar features.

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Which Used Ford Fusion Hybrid Is Right for Me?

The Fusion Hybrid’s three trim levels are the S, SE, and Titanium. Although it costs the most, the Titanium trim is your best bet. It comes with a 12-speaker audio system, a proximity key, the MyFord Touch infotainment system, rear parking sensors, and a household power outlet. Some used models have add-on safety features, like adaptive cruise control and blind spot monitoring.

Considering the Fusion Hybrid’s subpar predicted reliability rating, you may want to consider getting a certified pre-owned model. For all of its certified CPO vehicles, Ford extends the original new-car powertrain warranty to seven years or 100,000 miles and provides a one-year/12,000-mile limited warranty. Each CPO vehicle must pass a 172-point inspection. Additional benefits like towing and roadside assistance may be available, so read the Ford warranty page carefully.

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2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid and Other Cars to Consider

Which Is Better: 2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid or 2015 Toyota Camry Hybrid?

The Toyota Camry Hybrid is one of the best buys in its class, thanks to its stellar predicted reliability rating, strong acceleration, and user-friendly infotainment system. Both sedans offer comparable fuel economy, a seamless powertrain, and a similar list of standard and available features. However, both hybrids also have touchy brakes that transition poorly between hybrid and conventional braking systems. The Fusion Hybrid has sportier road manners than the Camry, which remains squarely focused on comfort.

Which Is Better: 2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid or 2015 Honda Accord Hybrid?

Similar to the Fusion Hybrid, the Honda Accord Hybrid has agile handling, an upscale cabin, and similar cargo space. Overall, the Accord offers better bang for the buck. It has a higher predicted reliability rating, better fuel economy, and quicker acceleration than the Fusion Hybrid. The Accord Hybrid also has more standard features, like an infotainment system and a blind spot camera. Additionally, its rear seats feel roomier.

Which Is Better: 2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid or 2015 Ford Fusion Energi?

As the plug-in hybrid version, the Fusion Energi offers many of the same benefits as the Hybrid, but there are also some key differences. Although the Energi returns slightly worse fuel economy of the two, it boasts a 19-mile electric range, which is great for those with short commutes. While the Hybrid starts with the S trim, the Energi’s lowest trim is the SE. That means the Energi has more standard features – but also a higher average price. Both Ford Fusion models have less trunk space than most midsize cars, but the Energi’s is very small, at just 8.2 cubic feet.

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