How many engine options are there for the 2019 Fusion?

September 20th, 2018 by

2019 Ford Fusion engine options
Believe it or not, there are a total of four engine options for the 2019 Ford Fusion. Ford loves providing its customers with options, but even two is high for a sedan in the same class as the Fusion. With so many to choose from, you may need a little help, and that’s why we created this 2019 Ford Fusion engine options guide.

2.5-Liter IVCT
Trim Levels: S
Horsepower: 175
Torque: 175 Pound-Feet
FWD MPG: 21-City / 32-Highway
AWD MPG: NA

2019 Ford Fusion SE EcoBoost engine

1.5-Liter EcoBoost
Trim Levels: SE, SES
Horsepower: 181
Torque: 185 Pound-Feet
FWD MPG: 23-City / 34-Highway
AWD MPG: NA

2019 Ford Fusion Titanium EcoBoost engine

2.0-Liter EcoBoost
Trim Levels: SE, SES, Titanium
Horsepower: 245
Torque: 275 Pound-Feet
FWD MPG: 21-City / 31-Highway
AWD MPG: 20-City / 29-Highway

2019 Ford EcoBoost Sport EcoBoost engine

2.7-Liter V6 EcoBoost
Trim Levels: Sport
Horsepower: 325
Torque: 350 Pound-Feet
FWD MPG: NA
AWD MPG: 17-City / 26-Highway

2019 Ford Fusion Titanium white front viewHow to get a Fusion the 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine?
You may have noticed that though the Titanium comes exclusively with the more powerful 2.0-liter engine, both the SE trim and the SES trim list the 4-cylinder EcoBoost engines as an option. How do you get the SE or SES with the 2.0-liter EcoBoost? The answer is quite simple actually.

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To get the SE and SES trims with the 2.0-liter EcoBoost, you have to opt for all-wheel drive which is an available feature on all trims but the S. Interestingly, this also means the only place you can get the 2.0-liter EcoBoost engine with front-wheel drive is in the Titanium trim.

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What does IVCT stand for?
You may have noticed that nearly all the engine options on the list above feature EcoBoost. For those not in the know, EcoBoost is the Ford version of turbocharging. With it, these engines are optimized for both power and efficiency. That’s simple enough, but IVCT is a little different.

Instead of relying on a turbo, IVCT uses some engine trickery to get both efficiency and performance. IVCT stands for Intake Variable Cam Timing. Essentially, an IVCT engine from Ford can vary the timing of the intake valves depending on the situation allowing them to open longer during heavy acceleration and still go back to an efficient configuration while cruising.

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