Sales for Ford plug-in carshave increased 84% from 2012 to 2013 and in last year’s fourth quarter, sales for the Fusion Energi doubled. As a result, and because the price of batteries and component prices are dropping, the vehicle’s MSRP will shrink as well.
In order to put the Ford Fusion Energi in competition with the smaller Chevrolet Volt, Ford offered a $4,000 incentive for the majority of 2013. To reflect all their savings in 2013 Ford lowered the MSRP of the Fusion.
The 2014 Fusion Energi SE and the 2014 Fusion Energi Titanium both qualify for a $4,007 federal tax credit. Furthermore, Ford is offering 0% financing or a $500 cash refund on the cars. If a highly efficient midsize sedan is something you’re in the market for, now seems like a perfectly good time to capitalize.