We recently drove the 2013 Ford Fusion and came away very impressed by it. The ones we drove included the fully-loaded Titanium and the Hybrid, which is well-optioned at $27,995 and positioned equal to the midrange SE trim. But for those who want it all, there’s now the option to get a Hybrid Titanium and blend the two together.
What does Titanium net you? How about every single toy in the Fusion’s toybox? That includes adaptive cruise control, lane departure warning, blind spot alerts, rain-sensing wipers, and the ability to park automatically, all available as options, only on the Titanium. The Titanium does come standard with Sync and MyFord Touch, a Sony sound system of dubious ergonomics, heated seats, ambient lighting, and a rearview camera.
The Hybrid Titanium is priced equally as the 2.0-liter Ecoboost, at $32,995–but only the latter comes with all-wheel drive, a consideration to make if you’re of the snowy persuasion. Expect to get your hands on the Titanium early next year, when it begins arriving in Ford dealers and on its website. Go on: introduce some heavy metal to your midsize shopping list.