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Future Ford of Sacramento near Citrus Heights and a 2014 Ford Fusion SE Hybrid near Elk Grove in a vid clip.

http://www.futurefordofsacramento.com/hybrid-vs-energi.htm 888-577-0454 They’re big on mpg. They’re big on fuel efficiency. We’re talking about the lineup of 2014 Fusion models. The Fusion Hybrid and the Fusion Energi Plug-In Hybrid are each powered by a combination electric motor and gas-sipping 2.0L Atkinson-cycle I-4 gasoline engine, and both feature the SmartGauge with EcoGuide that provides information to help you drive more efficiently.


Pick the Right Ford: Fusion Hybrid vs Fusion Energi

Ford, built tough! While this attention getting hook is true, it is all but true for the interior of Ford’s hybrid cars. Ford’s Fusion Hybrid and Fusion Energi not only provide top quality performances with their motor abilities and overall power, but Ford has created top of the line interiors to meet all your everyday needs. Read more by clicking the link!


Short video about a 2014 Ford Fusion SE Hybrid near Citrus Heights from Future Ford of Sacramento.

http://FutureFordofSacramento.com/specials/new.htm 888-577-0454 To help maximize efficiency while lowering carbon emissions, the Fusion Hybrid and Fusion Energi Plug-In Hybrid powerplants each feature a gas engine and electric motor. Both models also have regenerative braking, which captures most of the braking energy that would otherwise be lost and uses it to help recharge the vehicle. As for the ride in the Fusion, the suspension system is finely tuned, while electric power-assisted steering (EPAS) provides a responsive and comfortable driving experience. And for peace of mind, the available Intelligent All-Wheel-Drive System gives you traction when and where you need it most.


Just when you thought it could not get any better! Future Ford of Sacramento improves on the 2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid near Folsom!

http://FutureFordofSacramento.com/showroom/index.htm 888-577-0454 Ford has improved the Fusion Hybrid’s fuel economy. The 2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid has a new 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine (replacing last year’s 2.5-liter engine) as well as a new lithium-ion battery pack that’s more powerful and lighter than the previous nickel-metal hydride battery pack. The EPA now estimates the 2013 Fusion Hybrid will earn 47 mpg in all three cycles: city, highway and combined – a rare achievement considering most hybrids do their best work in the city. Also, this EPA-estimated fuel economy is better than that of the popular Toyota Camry Hybrid.


Look how happy new customer Nicole Chenault is with her 2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid sold by Stan Thomas at Future Ford of Sacramento!

http://FutureFordofSacramento.com/showroom/index.htm 888-577-0454 Look how happy new customer Nicole Chenault is with her 2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid sold by Stan Thomas at Future Ford of Sacramento!

Look how happy Nicole Chenault is with her 2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid from Stan Thomas at Future Ford of Sacramento!


Future Ford of Sacramento near Folsom and the 2013 Ford Fusion SE Hybrid in Sacramento present this video. Enjoy!

http://FutureFordofSacramento.com/new-inventory/ 888-577-0454 Driving green has never been smarter, or more convenient, thanks to the 2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid and the Fusion Energi plug-in hybrid. They’re each powered by a combination high-voltage electric motor and 2.0L Atkinson-cycle I-4 gasoline engine. The state-of-the-art lithium-ion battery pack in the Fusion Energi plug-in hybrid can be fully charged in less than three hours with the available 240-volt outlet. And talk about smart – Auto Start-Stop turns off the engine down when you come to a stop and seamlessly restarts it when you release the brake. The 2013 Ford Fusion lineup. Driving to be green.


The 2013 Ford C-Max goes all California by becoming the first exclusively hybrid Ford vehicle!

Ford made a bet that American drivers would get used to, and even come to like, the high-roof design of the C-Max. Its tall proportions create a spacious interior in a small format – a layout common on the other side of the Atlantic but one that has struggled for acceptance in this market. Then, one might say, Ford went ‘all California’ and remade the American-market C-Max into the company’s first exclusively hybrid model. There is no gasoline-only C-Max offered in the United States, only hybrids: a standard gas-electric C-Max Hybrid and a plug-in version, called the C-Max Energi, which can recharge from the power grid.