I am impressed. In a press release touting their fuel efficient offerings, Ford claims (no EPA sticker yet) that the 2013 Fusion Hybrid will get 47mpg. They don't say if that is the combined, city, or highway number, but given that it is a hybrid, best case is probably the city number.
If this holds up, Fusion Hybrid beats all other hybrid sedans in production, and even beats the Prius V (44 city).
We'll have to wait for the MSRP to be announced to decide if the Fusion Hybrid is a good deal, or not. My personal opinion is that a hybrid needs a 5 year payoff to be attractive.