Fusion Hybrid Wagon or Hatchback
Please consider releasing the hactback and wagon versions of the beautiful new 2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid and Ecoboost. There is a serious shortage of good looking, practical US built wagons. The sucess of the Jetta TDI Sportwagen and the release of the Prius V demonstrate a market niche for a high MPG car with space to spare. Not only would a Fusion Hyrbid Wagon be my car of choice, I think it could easily compete with higher end vehicles such as the Tesla Model S and Audi A7. Overall the design of the Fusion is very, very good. But with the hatchback roofline of the Evos, the Fusion could be simply stunning, and more practical!
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28 COMMENTS ON THIS IDEA
Frank Huttinger I'd buy one to replace my Prius V if the Fusion wagon has comparable features and higher ground clearance.
3 months(s) ago via
Carmel Bring in a Fusion hatchback.  It would be a winner.  At close to 40mpg highway it does not need to be a hybrid. C. Monti 
10 months(s) ago via
Joe Seriously. A fuel efficient wagon is what Americans are waiting for. What is the Big 3 waiting for???
1 year(s) ago via
Linda N I'd like to see a hatchback/wagon in the Fusion, we have pets & will be buying a new car in the next couple of years.
1 year(s) ago via
Jake J Just Do It! Beat Volvo, Subaru, Volkswagen, and Audi. Five reasons to bring the European Ford Mondeo(Fusion) wagon to the US: the European name doesn't fit if you don't, an alternative to the controversial styling of the C-Max, better mileage than the C-Max, gain more of the market of the midsize segment, and no other American marque has an affordable wagon.
1 year(s) ago via
Bob Loving my Passat wagon.. But, I'd sure be interested in a Fusion wagon or hatch. The battery simply takes up too much space. Skip the hybrid in wagon or hatch for me.
1 year(s) ago via
S. Riley I'd love Ford to see the Fusion Wagon in the US. I'm currently looking at a BMW 3 series wagon. But I'd buy the Ford in a second.
1 year(s) ago via
Steve W Still waiting, but can't wait forever
1 year(s) ago via
FS i would buy a ford mondeo wagon today! I drive a 2010 Subaru Outback. Wake up Ford! There is a complete sport wagon segment you are leaving to BMW, Audi and Subaru and you already make the PRODUCT!!!!!
1 year(s) ago via
Lisa Looking for a replacement soon to my beloved 12 year old Saab 9-5 Aero wagon. Would love to see a Fusion wagon. Can only wait another year before my son takes my Saab!
1 year(s) ago via
John S LOVE the styling of the new Fusion. Retiring soon and want a car that is good looking, practical, and gets outstanding gas mileage. The Fusion almost has all three (missing the hatch option). The C-Max hybrid almost makes it (missing the great styling). The roof line of the Fusion looks almost perfect for a hatch (look and the Mondo). You are almost there Ford...come on.
1 year(s) ago via
John S Amen buddy . I am a woman looking for the Fusion H B or wagon. I am disgusted with Ford
1 year(s) ago via
Zach P So much for this "Power of choice" or whatever you Ford people call it, the simple fact is, is that you CONTINUE to offer a vastly larger range of body styles in Europe while simultaneously rejecting you home market (your most loyal market) these choices. Ford, people here will buy your fusion wagon. It's gorgeous as a sedan, just not practical enough, and its an even more gorgeous wagon. Please stop ignoring US customers, GIVE US SOME CHOICES, WE ARE THE COUNTRY THAT BUILT YOU! Oh and stop saying "Oh, you guys can just go and buy the Escape." What the heck is that Ford? You offer the Kuga (AKA Escape) in Europe, yet they still get the Mondeo (fusion) wagon AND 5 door hatch AND focus Wagon. GIVE YOUR HOME BUYERS THAT MADE YOU MORE CHOICES
1 year(s) ago via
don c Ford definitely needs to come out with the Hybrid Fusion Wagon. They shouldn't worry about losing sales with that other hybrid wagon they are coming out with(to compete with the toyota priusV). The bigger size wagon and sportier look of the car will appeal to a different market and will enhance Ford's sales lineup. This type of wagon in this size is greatly needed. Too bad toyota didn't keep their camry wagons going in the U.S. You can find them in Australia if you need to.
1 year(s) ago via
bob and cheryl Bob and Cheryl We are driving our 1998 Escort Wagon with 213,000 miles on it and wanting our next car to be a hybrid wagon. We don't want to leave the Ford family. The latest Fusion Hybrid seems like the perfect choice if only there was a wagon. We can't hold out forever. Please, please.
1 year(s) ago via
Stew I agree - the PriusV and CMax are a bit too small for most families - a station wagon, or 5-door like the Mazda5 - but built on the Fusion platform as a great hybrid - is what we want!
1 year(s) ago via
Rob C A Ford Fusion Hybrid Wagon would be an excellent addition to the lineup! I currently drive a Subaru Legacy Outback and want a Hybrid, but not willing to sacrifice handling, performance and some style with some of the overseas Hybrids. I am seeking an American made Hybrid that offers the additional cargo space of a wagon and maintains some sport and personality. The new Audi Allroad would be a winner if was a Hybrid and did not take premium fuel, so looking to Ford to lead the market with a Fusion Hybrid Wagon. Go for it!
1 year(s) ago via
Jane My husband and I looked at the newly released C-Max today, cool but the Fusion was sitting right next to it, way cooler. If the Fusion had been a wagon version we may have driven home with a new car today, but alas no wagon version meant one less sale for Ford today, that's too bad.
1 year(s) ago via
paul s Yes please bring the Fusion-Mondeo wagon to North America. I want the cargo capacity, fuel economy and handling that only a station wagon, not an SUV, can provide. Also, there are virtually no mid size wagons available in the U.S.
1 year(s) ago via
Ian B I'm pondering a replacement for my VW Touareg and have been looking at Audi and BMW wagons. I need a more fuel efficient family vehicle and I like cars. The Ford Mondeo wagon would fit in to that decision nicely should Ford bring it to (and hopefully build it in) the U.S. I would be curious to see a hybrid version, but a gas or diesel of sufficient displacement would be very welcome. Nice work on the design, folks, it's beautiful.
2 year(s) ago via
Robert C Ford, please sell me a wagon with real cargo space. Not a truncated hatch, not a bloated SUV, but a real WAGON!!
2 year(s) ago via
Mario Hey, i m Mario from Germany and i´m driving my 3rd Mondeo/ Fusion Wagon and i never want to drive another car than a wagon. In Germany the part of sold Mondeos are nearly 60 % wagons...We love the Mondeo/fusion wagon and i love it, too ;-) I hope Ford will sell them in US, too.
2 year(s) ago via
Brad B Hey Ford ! When I was at the Ford Social group at the first of the year it was made plain that there wasn't a demand for a station wagon. Well from what I've seen here there are quite a few Wagon-Masters who want to see the Fusion, Focus appear in a wagon model. The old wagon stigma is gone, it went away a long time ago. Give us our valued station wagons back, do it before the competition does. As I write this the Hyundai group is looking at changing their mind about the I-30 and I-40 wagons and making them available in the U.S. in early 2013.
2 year(s) ago via
Evan G please bring a Fusion wagon to the US!
2 year(s) ago via
Josaphat Plater-Zyberk Yes, a wagon Fusion Energi would be awesome! I currently have a BMW wagon, and after seeing how convenient, practical, sporty, and efficient wagons are, I can't imagine driving anything else. I'd love to buy American next time!
2 year(s) ago via
Bob Grijalva I agree that the US needs wagons and the Ford Fusion wagon is the best way to start. Volvo is going to be bringing its wagons back into the market in 2013 or 2014 with a plug-in hybrid version of the V60 wagon. The Fusion (Mondeo) wagon (in Europe) is the best looking competitor to the V60 out there. Please, Ford, bring wagons back...otherwise, I'm going to be looking at a Volvo again!
2 year(s) ago via
Michael J Craft I don't know why Ford is not making a wagon. I had two VW TDIs (hatch back and wagon) and had to get rid of them because they were the most unreliable cars I have ever had!! I came back to Ford for reliability (plus their styling has made a giant step foward!) but wanted a wagon. I went with the Mercury Mariner for a smaller vehicle with big space. A Fusion wagon would be ideal as long as it is a proper wagon (keep the back high, not sloping with proper rear passanger doors as well). I would consider the '13 Escape if it didn't have the sloping rear roofline which defeats the purpose of an SUV!!! Ford is making their SUVs near useless. Let SUVs be SUVs!!!
2 year(s) ago via
Brad Krekelberg I think the wagon stigma has been overshadowed by the minivan stigma now. I think wagons are seen more as "lifestyle vehicles" for surfers, mountain bikers, etc. Come on, Ford. Show us just how "Euro" you can be! Give us wagons!
2 year(s) ago via
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