The EPA rated Ford’s Fusion Energi plug-in hybrid sedan with an official fuel economy figure of 108 MPGe (miles per gallon equivalent) in city driving. The EPA also certified the vehicle at 92 MPGe highway, and a combined rating of 100 MPGe.
Ford noted the EPA certified three of its vehicles, the Focus Electric, the C-MAX Energi plug-in hybrid and the Fusion Energi at more than 100 MPGe. The Ford Focus gets EPA-estimated 110 MPGe city, 99 MPGe highway, 105 MPGe combined. The C-MAX Energi gets 108 MPGe city, 92 MPGe highway, 100 MPGe combined.
Ford said some of the key technologies in the Fusion Energi that helped leads to this fuel economy rating include the automaker’s hybrid transmission, advanced lithium-ion batteries, and regenerative braking.
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