Want a Light Blue Ford Fusion - Do I Have To Buy A Hybrid Model To Get One?

Asked by Jun 08, 2014 at 09:43 PM about the Ford Fusion

Question type: Car Customization

I'm sick of white, black, and a thousand shades of gray.

VW had a light blue Passat in 2013, but not available for 2014.

Have considered Nissan Elantras, but doesn't seem I'd be getting as much for my money
with that model.

Any chance Ford will expand their color choices for the Fusion with the 2015 models?

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I just looked and "Ice Storm" the light blue is available on the Hybrid like you said but not the regular Fusion. Why let the color of the car dictate your choice. Have you considered having the car painted a different color or installing one of those new wraps?

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http://www.exoticvehiclewraps.com/services/vehicle-wraps/

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