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Ford Fusion Discount Drops Sedan Pricing By $5,750 In December 2020

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Ford Fusion discount offers during December 2020 appear to vary by market, with the largest observed offer being a $5,750 cash back rebate. Meanwhile, a separate incentive offers interest-free financing to well-qualified buyers, and combines the offer with a lesser cash back discount.

We should also note that all of these offers are only for 2020 model year Fusion models, which is the final model year that the midsize sedan is in production.

Ford Fusion Incentives

Many of the Ford Fusion discount offers during December vary by market. We have included the highest featured discounts in four major U.S. markets below:

  • Featured Retail Offers:
    • New York: $5,500 off any 2020 Fusion model
    • Detroit: $4,200 off any 2020 Fusion model
    • Miami: $5,750 off any 2020 Fusion model
    • Los Angeles: $5,000 off any 2020 Fusion model
  • Featured Finance Offers:
    • New York: $2,500 + 0 percent APR for 72 months for well-qualified buyers who financing with Ford Credit
    • Detroit: $4,200 + 0 percent APR for 72 months for well-qualified buyers who financing with Ford Credit
    • Miami: $5,750 + 0 percent APR for 72 months for well-qualified buyers who financing with Ford Credit
    • Los Angeles: $2,000 + 0 percent APR for 72 months for well-qualified buyers who financing with Ford Credit

Interested parties should note that the above offers will remain valid through January 4th, 2021.

Ford Fusion Incentive December 2020

Ford Fusion Pricing

For reference, here are the applicable 2020 Fusion trim levels and their corresponding starting MSRPs, including the $995 destination charge:

  • S – $25,010
  • SE – $26,340
  • Hybrid SE – $29,840
  • SEL -$30,530
  • Hybrid SEL – $33,470
  • Titanium – $36,290
  • Plug-in Hybrid Titanium – $36,840

Ford Fusion

Ford has been planning to discontinue the Fusion after the 2020 model year in North America. As Ford Authority was first to report, the last Fusion for the North American market rolled off the line at the Ford Hermosillo plant in Mexico on July 31st. The vehicle will be indirectly replaced by a crossover-wagon-like vehicle, which recently leaked online in prototype form.

Disclaimers

  • Must take delivery from an authorized Ford dealer’s stock by January 4th, 2021, unless specified otherwise.
  • See dealer for details.
  • Incentive for the United States of America, unless otherwise specified.
  • Some customers may not qualify for this offer.
  • Residency restrictions apply.
  • Offer not available with special finance, lease, and some other offers.

We strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information about the vehicles and their incentives in question, but errors and misprints can happen. In addition, the manufacturer can change incentive information at any time and without notice. Always consult with your dealer regarding color availability information before making purchase decisions. Ford Authority will not be held responsible for any misprints, typos or any other errors.

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Comments

  1. Jorge Esquinca

    One of the best automobiles in its segment but Ford in its myopia is cancelling it and all sedans in favor of boring SUV’s and Crossovers. One of biggest mistakes in Ford’s history. Not everyone likes SUV’s or Crossovers or is willing to buy one no matter what and those customers leaving now to other brands may not come back to Ford when market trends change again as they become familiar with other brands. It’s okay if Ford wants to focus in SUV’s and Crossovers if they sell like hot cakes but it’s a huge mistake letting a whole market segment go. One single sedan, and the Fusion could be that one, is everything that Ford needs to keep that segment. No other car company in the planet is doing that nonsense. In my case, besides the Mustang or the Focus in Europe, until Ford produces a sedan again, I will buy nothing from Ford.

    Reply
    1. The Gentle Grizzly

      “Not everyone likes SUVs are crossovers.”

      The solution for them is easy. Toyota, Subaru, Nissan, and a couple of other companies still offer sedans.

      Reply
      1. Jorge Esquinca

        You are completely right. That is why I mention that those going to other brands may not come back to Ford when market trends change again. Quiting to a whole market segment is only in detriment of Ford. Best regards

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  2. Chris

    That’s a hell of a deal. I guess they really want to clear them off the lot. Grab one while you can! I owned a 12 and a 15. Great car! It will be missed! It’s too bad Ford is going to turn it into a half- assed Subaru Outback.

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  3. Stalkbroker94

    Lol. So predictable. Very pathetic behavior. You do realize this website isn’t run by Ford, right?
    Ford doesn’t read it, Ford doesn’t own it. The Fusion is dead. No amount of WHINING (that’s what it is) will change that.

    Do what you keep saying you’re going to do and leave already. God knows you’re not doing any good.

    Reply
    1. Chris

      We get it. Stalkbroker is a bitter person who hates sedans.

      Reply
      1. Stalkbroker94

        No…I daily a 2006 P71.
        Where would you get the idea that I hate sedans?
        You should probably work on your reading comprehension.

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  4. Chris

    It’s already happening. We follow the car biz so we’ve known Ford and GM are saying goodbye to sedans. The average buyer doesn’t. I know someone who went trade-in his 2015 Taurus SHO for a new one and was shocked to find out the Taurus was discontinued. So he simply went over to Chrysler and bought a new 2020 300 S. Problem solved and Ford loses a customer.

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    1. Stalkbroker94

      Poor dude’s gonna have a rude awakening when he gets those repair bills. We get 300’s in the shop all the time.

      Reply
  5. Chris

    Those 300s are probably 1st Gen 300s. Those were the Daimler days. They did have problems. FCA has done a good job fixing those problems and refining the 300 over the years. Funny thing about the new 300 is it’s got a modern rotary shifter but a “Kick Pedal” parking brake!

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