2013 Ford Fusion Energi PHEV Has 620-Mile Full Range, 21-Mile EV Range

We now have the missing piece in the puzzle of the 2013 Ford Fusion Energi PHEV’s spec sheet – the sedan has finally received range estimates. The Fusion Energi will go 21 miles on electric-only power and a whopping 620 miles from a fully-charged battery and full tank of gas.

2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid Interior 300x187 imageWe already had the official EPA numbers for the Fusion Energi – the sedan has been rated at 100 MPGe combined, which placed the Ford ahead of both the Chevrolet Volt and Toyota Prius Plug-In competition but below the 115-MPGe Honda Accord Plug-In. At 21 miles of battery-driven power, the Fusion Energi edges out all of its rivals save the Volt. (The Volt is rated for 38 miles of electric power.)

However, the Fusion – and its C-Max Energi mechanical twin – has been rated for 620 miles of range for a full battery and tank of gas. That number is a full 46 miles further than the now-second-best Accord, which is rated for 574 miles. The Fusion is the most powerful of the plug-ins, making 195 hp to the Volt’s 150 and the Pruis’ 134; Honda has yet to release output figures for the Accord PHEV.

The Fusion Energi also presents good value when stacked against the competition: it’s cheaper than both the Chevrolet and the Honda; the Ford may be $6735 more expensive than the $32,760-with-destination Toyota, but, remember, it’s good for almost twice the EV range. Check out the full comparison chart below.

Buyers can expect to see the 2013 Ford Fusion Energi in dealerships in late winter to early spring of this year.

Source: Ford

Base Price (w/ dest.) MPGe (comb.) EV Range (mi) Full Range (mi) HP (net system output)
2013 Ford Fusion Energi $39,495 100 21 620 195
2013 Chevrolet Volt $39,995 98 38 380 150
2014 Honda Accord Plug-In $40,570 115 13 574 TBD
2013 Toyota Prius Plug-In $32,760 95 11 540 134

By Donny Nordlicht

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