Ford Fusion Windshield Replacement & Repair
Service for All Ford Fusion Models from 2005-2018
We can fix any glass damage on your Fusion with our high quality replacement and repair services, whether it was made back in 2005 when Ford first introduced the Fusion or it's brand new. Call us now at 480-907-3982 for a free quote!
Years Produced: 2013 - Present
Years Produced: 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
What is the price for a Ford Fusion windshield repair or replacement?
A chip or crack in your Ford Fusion windshield can happen when you least expect it, and, if left unchecked, can rapidly worsen. Primary culprits here in the Valley are high summer heat and driving on the freeway. As you might expect, the best bet is to get your Ford Fusion's auto glass damaged repaired or replaced as soon as possible, before the damage increases. Left unchecked, glass damage can even turn into a potential safety issue because modern cars use their windshields as structural elements.
But how much will this cost for your Fusion? This depends on several factors and how you'd like to pay for the service.
Most Common Choice: Paying with Insurance
Why do most customers choose insurance? Little or no out-of-pocket cost.
Plus great special offers like free cash!
Another advantage of paying with insurance is that all insurance customers are eligible for our special insurance offers that we provide to our customers throughout the year.
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Alternative Choice: Paying out of Pocket
Save money with some of the lowest prices in the Valley.
The second option for taking care of your Fusion's auto glass damage is to pay for the work out of your own pocket. Customers with state-minimum coverage have to go this route, but some customers with glass coverage on their insurance also choose it if they don't want to involve their insurance company.
Specific costs vary, of course, based on your Fusion's year and options. For more specific estimates, see the table below.
We beat any other competitor's price. Estimates for common Fusion glass below.
|Fusion Year, Model & Glass Type||Out of Pocket Estimate||Insurance Estimate|
|2017 Fusion Sedan Windshield||$269.71||$0 + deductible|
|2016 Fusion Sedan Windshield||$273.02||$0 + deductible|
|2015 Fusion Sedan Windshield||$254.68||$0 + deductible|
|2014 Fusion Sedan Door Glass||$234.50||$0 + deductible|
|2014 Fusion Sedan Windshield||$280.33||$0 + deductible|
|2013 Fusion Sedan Windshield||$241.97||$0 + deductible|
|2012 Fusion Sedan Windshield||$253.66||$0 + deductible|
|2012 Fusion Sedan Windshield - Rain Sensor||$385.91||$0 + deductible|
|2011 Fusion Sedan Windshield||$248.63||$0 + deductible|
|2010 Fusion Sedan Windshield||$276.77||$0 + deductible|
|2009 Fusion Sedan Windshield||$231.40||$0 + deductible|
|2008 Fusion Sedan Door Glass||$282.06||$0 + deductible|
|2008 Fusion Sedan Windshield||$265.66||$0 + deductible|
|2007 Fusion Sedan Windshield||$251.48||$0 + deductible|
|2006 Fusion Sedan Door Glass||$210.36||$0 + deductible|
|2006 Fusion Sedan Windshield||$246.21||$0 + deductible|
Ford Fusion: a 21st Century Success
The Fusion represents a landmark in the history of the prestigious Ford brand. Upon its release back in 2005, the four door sedan was the first of Ford's production line cars to feature the brand new three bar grille, which has since become a recognized symbol of Ford in the 21st Century.
Born when the Ford motor company decided to consolidate the appeal of the Ford Contour and the Ford Taurus by adding a third mid-sized car to their expanding range, the Fusion has only been available for just over a decade. However, in that time, the vehicle has gained quite a following, steadily growing its sales almost every year. The total number of units sold in 2014 was over 300,000; more than double the number shifted during the vehicle's first full year of release.
Since 2009, Ford has offered a hybrid version of the Fusion. While sales of the hybrid model have been dwarfed by those of the traditional gasoline version, they are showing signs of increasing. Hybrid sales peaked in 2013 when 37,270 units were shifted, representing 12.6% of total production.
A wide range of different trim levels and powertrains allows the Fusion to be a great choice for more buyers than ever.
The latest version of the Fusion is the second generation model which was launched back in 2013, before being facelifted four years later in 2017. This model is available across a wide range of different trim levels, each designed to cater to the diverse aims and objectives of the Fusion's customer base.
These trim levels begin with the S base model level - with 2.5l Duratec i4 engine and SIRIUS Satellite Radio - through the SE, the Titanium, the Hybrid and the Sport. Following the 2017 facelift, a further two trim levels were added; the Platinum, with its range of additional aesthetic and functional features, and the Energi, with its green hybrid technology.
The Fusion is now recognized by industry authorities as one of the top vehicles in its class.
Both the Fusion's standard versions and its hybrid models have received high levels of critical acclaim. Motor Trend magazine has rated both versions of the vehicle highly in its monthly run-downs, while JD Power's APEAL study was similarly complimentary about the standard Ford Fusion model.