2015 Ford Fusion Starts at $23,225 | Edmunds

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.   

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