Fusion S: $19,270 (2.5L 4, six-speed manual)
The dust has hardly settled from Ford's big showing at the 2008 LA Auto Show, and already it's making news again with the new 2010 Fusion. Today Ford launched a minisite to promote the redesigned mid-size sedan, and contained therein is pricing for all five models. Everything begins with the base Fusion S model that starts at $19,270 and comes with the new 2.5L four-cylinder and a six-speed manual. The range tops out at the Fusion Hybrid, which starts at $27,270. That's a little more than the Toyota Camry Hybrid, which begins at $26,150, but as AutoblogGreen points out, the Fusion Hybrid comes with Ford's new EcoAssist gauge cluster that may be worth the extra money to buyers. We've also learned that the Fusion Hybrid's fuel economy in the city will be 39 mpg, which is 6 mpg better than the Camry Hybrid, so you will be getting more for your money.
Fusion SE: $20,545 (2.5L 4, six-speed manual)
Fusion SEL: $23,975 (2.5L 4, six-speed auto)
Fusion Sport: $25,825 (3.5L V6, six-speed auto with SelectShift)
Fusion Hybrid: $27,270 (2.5L Atkinson, E-CVT transmission