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2020 Ford Fusion Gets New Alto Blue Metallic Color: First Look

2020 Ford Fusion Alto Blue L3 001
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The 2020 Ford Fusion will represet the final year of production for all Fusion models in North America. That said, those who are beholden to the nameplate should be excited for its anticipated successor, which we spied in its tall-riding wagon form.

Despite the discontinuation, the Fusion did still see a few changes and updates for the 2020 model year, including three new exterior colors: Iconic Silver, Rapid Red, and Alto Blue Metallic Tinted Clearcoat. Here’s our first look at the new Alto Blue hue.


Assigned order code L3, Alto Blue is one of two metallic tinted clearcoat color options available for the 2020 Ford Fusion. The two metallic tinted clearcoat hues are the second-most expensive out of the eight total exterior color options for the model, with White Platinum being the most expensive.

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The new Alto Blue color is not included in the base price of the 2020 Fusion, and costs an additional $395.00. It is available in conjunction with all interior color combinations and all trim levels except for the base S model.

Ford Fusion Trim Levels:

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  • S
  • SE
  • Hybrid SE
  • SEL
  • Hybrid SEL
  • Titanium
  • Hybrid Titanium

Ford Fusion Interior Color Combinations:

  • Ebony
  • Medium Light Stone
  • Russet
  • Light Putty

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2020 Ford Fusion Launch Timeframe

As of this writing, the 2020 Fusion is already available at the retail level. Models in the Alto Blue exterior color are already on dealer lots. Availability varies by dealer, so check with yours for complete details.

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Written by Francisco Cruz

Frankie's first favorite car was a 1968 Ford Mustang, and he's had a strong appreciation for the nameplate ever since. Later in his youth he became infatuated with Eleanor, thanks to Nicholas Cage's stellar performance.

Frank's a real jokester, too.

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  1. Most people think Ford doesn’t make car’s, other than the real Mustang. Hard to sell something no one knows is for sale

  2. Ford is making a error discontinuing the Fusion. It is a great vehicle, and the problem for Ford is that Honda, Mazda, Toyota and Kia will take those sedan customers. Sedan are safer than SUV’s it that simple, they are lower, and wider and less prone to fatal rollovers. I just purchased a 2020 Fusion SE with AWD, 2.0 liter engine, Ford Co pilot for 25,000 dollars. Hell you cannot get a Honda Civic for that price with these options.

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