Hybrid technology is the center of much contention. Most vehicles--although well-intentioned--sacrifice style for efficiency, power for plug-ins. The result is an unbalanced market, with drivers forced to compromise again and again.
Ford is changing that.
The 2013 Fusion Energi has been welcomed into the Ford family. This plug-in hybrid (a next generation take on the original Fusion) seeks to revitalize the market, offering signature Ford style and driver-friendly mechanics.
The Energi--a striking wagon with a 2-liter engine and 188 HP capacity--adapts to daily needs. It boasts a 21-mile range on electric power, as well as a 620 mile range per full tank. This generates an estimated 47 MPG on both the city streets and the highway, sparing drivers the need for constant refueling and ensuring total efficiency.
This combines with sterling mechanics (like a regenerative braking system, electric power-assist steering and a lithium ion battery supporter) for a hybrid that doesn’t disappoint.
Drivers can now discover all the benefits of a plug-in wagon and none of the failings.
Click here to read more about the 2013 Fusion Energi.