2013 Ford Fusion Carries $22,495 MSRP, Official Configurator Live

The 2013 Ford Fusion starts at $22,495 while the top-of-the-line Fusion Titanium starts at $30,995, according to the official online configurator.

The base 2013 Fusion S powered by the 2.5-liter I-4 starts at $22,495, including destination. Few options are available on the S model, which rolls on 16-inch steel wheels, but voice-activated Sync with MyFord and Bluetooth is standard. The 2.5-liter engine is also available on the SE trim.

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Stepping up to the 2013 Fusion SE with the 1.6-liter EcoBoost brings the price up to $25,290 regardless of whether you choose a manual or automatic transmission. The SE package adds 17-inch alloys, and a six-speaker sound system with satellite radio. Larger 18-inch wheels, foglights, and rear deck-lid spoiler are part of a $1250 Appearance Package while a $2300 Luxury Package adds leather seats (heated for front) with 10-way power adjustment for the driver. Automatic engine stop-start technology is a $295 option.

A Driver Assist Package adds several nannies including blind spot monitoring with cross traffic and a lane departure warning with lane keeping assistance and driver monitoring. The $1000 Technology Package adds a rear-view camera and dual automatic climate control while Active Park Assist is $795. A moonroof with universal garage door opener is an $895 option and voice-activated navigation is $795.

The 2013 Fusion SE with the 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine and automatic transmission starts at $26,745, which includes the Appearance Package while the Luxury Package still commands the $2300 premium. Options are the same on both EcoBoost engine models, though the 2.0-liter model also offers a $995 Active Cruise Control option.

Ford is offering the 2013 Fusion Hybrid at $27,995 with environmentally cloth seats in two colors or leather seats in black and tan.

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The front-drive 2013 Fusion Titanium model starts at $30,995 and comes with dual-zone climate control, heated (front) leather seats, push-button start, a rear-view camera, and a 12-speaker Sony audio system standard. For $695, 2013 Fusion Titanium drivers can upgrade to 19-inch wheels. All previously mentioned options and packages are available on Fusion Titanium at the same cost. All-wheel drive is only available on the Titanium model and adds $2000 to the price.

An all-wheel-drive 2013 Ford Fusion Titanium including White Platinum paint ($495), 19-inch alloy wheels, a moonroof, as well as all the safety and technology options above brings the total price to about $38,500.

Source: Ford

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