2015 Ford Fusion Starts at $23,225


Just the Facts:
  • The 2015 Ford Fusion midsize sedan starts at $23,225, reflecting a $430 price increase over the 2014 model.
  • The 2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid starts at $27,300, reflecting a $225 price increase over the 2014 model.
  • A manual transmission is no longer available for the 2015 Ford Fusion.

DEARBORN, Michigan The 2015 Ford Fusion midsize sedan starts at $23,225, including an $825 destination charge, reflecting a $430 price increase over the 2014 model.

The 2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid starts at $27,300, including an $825 destination charge, reflecting a $225 price increase over the 2014 model.

Pricing on the 2015 Ford Fusion Energi remains unchanged at $35,525, including shipping.

The 2015 Fusion is expected to arrive at dealerships this summer.

A manual transmission is no longer available for the 2015 Ford Fusion, according to the automaker. The Fusion with the 1.6-liter EcoBoost inline four-cylinder engine and six-speed manual transmission is discontinued for the 2015 model year.

Gasoline engine powertrain choices for the 2015 Fusion include a 2.5-liter inline four-cylinder engine, a 1.5-liter EcoBoost inline four-cylinder engine and a 2.0-liter EcoBoost inline four-cylinder engine. All of the engines are linked to a six-speed automatic transmission.

The 2015 Fusion is a carryover model with minimal changes.

They include four new exterior colors: Bronze Fire Tinted Clearcoat Metallic, Guard, Tectonic and Magnetic.

A rearview camera is standard equipment for the 2015 model year.

A new Terracotta package available on Fusion SE and Fusion Titanium includes Terracotta leather-trimmed seats, door inserts and 18-inch painted and machined alloy wheels.

The base Fusion S gets 16-inch 10-spoke alloy wheels as standard equipment, replacing steel wheels with wheel covers. A new six-way power adjustable passenger seat is standard on Fusion SE.

Key competitors to the Fusion include the 2014-'15 Honda Accord, Kia Optima, Mazda 6, Nissan Altima and Toyota Camry.

Edmunds says: A modest price increase is not surprising and neither is the deletion of the manual transmission option. Few buyers in this category choose to shift for themselves anymore.   







Edmunds news

See all car news