All 2020 Ford Fusion models can carry five passengers comfortably. As previously mentioned, the Fusion offers 16 cubic feet of trunk space, while the Hybrid offers 12 cubic feet, and the Plug-In Hybrid only has 8 cubic feet. This is due to the battery packs in the eco-friendly versions. The bigger the pack, the less space you will have. Other interior differences can be seen across the trim levels. Let’s take a closer look.
The Fusion S comes standard with the Sync infotainment interface that is displayed on a 4.2-inch LCD screen and operates with Bluetooth connectivity for hands-free calling. You can listen to your favorite playlist through the 4-speaker stereo, and two 12-volt power outlets are also provided. Even though this is the base model, it still comes equipped with the Ford Co-Pilot 360 safety suite. Including features such as blindspot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, lane-keeping assist, automatic high beams, pre-collision assist, emergency braking, and a rearview camera, you can rest assured that you are safe on the road.
The SE offers the upgraded Sync 3 infotainment system with FordPass Connect and dual 4.2-inch LCD monitors. You can listen to SiriusXM Radio through the 6-speaker sound system, and the same Co-Pilot 360 safety suite is also included. This version also has dual cupholders located in the rear center armrest for convenience. The SEL gets luxury upgrades such as heated seats covered in ACTIVEX material. This high-quality, synthetic upholstery is stain resistant and durable to withstand your busy lifestyle. For enhanced entertainment, the stereo has also been upgraded to 11-speakers.
Finally, the top-tier Titanium trim level boasts heated and cooled, leather-trimmed sports seats and a 12-speaker Sony sound system with HD Radio technology. Voice-activated navigation has also been added, and additional safety features like adaptive cruise control with stop-and-go technology make long rides more enjoyable. For a touch of elegance, the steering wheel is wrapped in leather, and you can open the power moonroof for a beautiful view.
The 2020 Ford Fusion Hybrid is available in three of those trim levels (SE, SEL, and Titanium). There are a few slight differences, though. The SE model comes with voice-activated navigation and SmartGauge with EcoGuide. This feature helps you understand how well your vehicle is performing. Vibrant, green leaves will grow across the display screen when you practice efficient driving habits. You can also monitor your battery life and fuel on the customizable screen. The SEL and Titanium Hybrids are the same as the gasoline models with the added SmartGauge with EcoGuide feature.
As for the Plug-In Hybrid, it only comes in the Titanium trim. Essentially, it offers the same features as the Fusion Hybrid Titanium. Remember, the main difference with this model is the larger battery pack for an improved driving range.