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Ford Fusion Hybrid Makes For Economical Limo Sedan

Posted on March 24, 2014

This week’s LimoForSale.com Editor’s Pick of the Week is a 2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid, extended six inches by Royale. The vehicle has a tuxedo black metallic exterior, with charcoal color interior and plush leather seating. The sedan has a regenerative braking system and hybrid LCD cluster, along with advanced traction control and 17-inch aluminum wheels.

Located in Cudahy, Wisc., this vehicle has 136,500 miles and a listing price of $12,500. It has Garmin NUVI 5000 Navigation, Autonet Mobile Internet, AM/FM CD MP3 Satellite Ready Stereo, SYNC Voice Activated System, Dual Zone Temperature Control, Cruise Control, and Power Windows.

A great vehicle for RFPs that have sustainability requirements, the appearance and performance of this extended Ford Fusion exceed its valued listing price.

Vehicle Details:

Make / Model                                   Ford Fusion Hybrid

Year                                                       2010

Miles                                                     136,500

Price                                                      $12,500

Customer Capacity                             3

Location                                               Cudahy, Wisc.

For more information about this vehicle, go to limoforsale.com.

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