Ford Motor Corporation has finally revealed the latest pricing of the 2013 Ford Fusion on the company’s official website’s vehicle configurator. This revelation somehow helped some of the car buyers who are interested in purchasing the latest version of the Fusion. However, Ford has stressed-out that the figures provided on the company’s website for the Fusion might change as the vehicle’s launch date which is scheduled this fall is drawing near. In addition to this, the latest figures that are provided on the vehicle configurator do not reflect the destination charge. Due to this, the prices provided at present might also change as the destination charge allotted for the Fusion is added to each trims starting price.
Based on the website’s vehicle configurator, the base model S will have a price which is about $22,495. This model is powered by a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission. The engine is capable of producing up to 175 horsepower and equipped with the 17-inch steel wheels equipped with hubcaps.
Moving one trim higher is the 2013 Ford Fusion SE. The company website’s vehicle configurator states that the Fusion SE would most probably be offered with the starting price of $24,490 without the destination charge. This model will be powered by a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine as standard. This is mated to a 6-speed automatic transmission and generates a maximum power output which is similar to what the base model provides. But aside from the standard engine, the SE is also offered with two other engine options.
The first optional engine used on the Fusion SE is the 1.6-liter 4-cylinder EcoBoost engine mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. This EcoBoost engine generates up to 179 horsepower and capable of providing an impressive mileage rating of up to 37 miles per gallon on the highway. This Fusion is currently available at a tentative starting price of $25,290.
The second optional engine used on the 2013 Ford Fusion is the larger 2.0-liter 4-cylinder EcoBoost engine. This engine is connected to a 6-speed automatic transmission and expected to provide the running performance which is better compared to the other EcoBoost SE. This is currently given with a temporary starting price of $26,745.
Finally, the top spec version of the Fusion which is the Titanium obtained the current starting price of $30,995 while the Hybrid model will most probably be sold at a starting price which is probably closer to $27,995. Since all of these prices might change at any given time, Ford has assured the buying public that the company will issue the actual prices of the existing models of the 2013 Ford Fusion as soon as these are available.