Ford Fusion Energi

The 2017 Ford Fusion Energi is the plug-in hybrid version of the 2013 Ford Fusion. The Fusion Energy shares many features and specs with it’s sister, the Ford C-MAX Energi. The Fusion Energy is powered by the Fusion Hybrid’s 2.0 L engine along with a LiIon battery pack. The Fusion Energi can reach 85 mph in electric only mode, before the gas engine kicks in.

4 comments on “Ford Fusion Energi”
  1. Victor Harris says:

    I have owned the Ford Fusion Energi for 3 months. I realize that in cold weather I will get reduced range. That said I just got my utility bill and am dumbfounded. In 2016 my electric usage was 1185kWH while in 2017 my usage is 2753kWH. The avg. temp was lower this year so maybe some of that power was due to the avg. lower temp. (for the record I have gas heat not electric). If I assume that 1000kWH, a conservative assumption, was used in charging that means an average of 1000/30 = 33.3 kWH per day/7.6kWh(the full capacity of the car battery) = 4.38 times. This makes no sense! At cost of $0.16/kWH I am spending far more with the new car than with my old car, which was a 2011 Fusion Hybrid!

  2. Barry says:

    I noticed a spike in my electric usage as well since I got the energy last November. I increase in kWh far exceeded what I expected from charging my energi.

  3. Sam says:

    Victor, you use a 1000 kWH as the change over a years period, but divided that number by only 30 days. Unless that is the total number of times you charged it for the year, I would expect that number to be 100-200 days or more.
    Just an observation…..

  4. Sam says:

    Disregard my comment. In reading it again, you compared Jan 2016 to Jan 2017, or 1 month.

    My bad

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