Prices for the 2015 Ford Fusion should rise by only a nominal amount to help Ford keep the car competitive in a crowded midsize car segment. We expect the base S model will likely start at around $23,250, with the better-equipped SE model starting at about $25,250 (all prices assume the manufacturer’s destination charge, which will probably be about $800). Though the manual transmission should again be available as a no-cost option, choosing the 2.0-liter engine on the SE will likely add around $1,000 to the cost; specifying the 1.5-liter turbo four will probably again cost around $800.
The fully equipped Titanium model should feature a base price around $32,000 with front-drive and about $34,000 with all-wheel drive.
The 2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid should start at around $27,500 for the S version, $28,500 for the SE, and $33,500 for the Titanium. The 2015 Ford Fusion Energi should feature a base price around $40,000 for the SE and $42,000 for the Titanium.