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For 2014, the Ford Fusion receives some new color choice inside and out, as well as optional inflatable seatbelts for outboard rear passengers, a heated steering wheel and ventilated front seats. A new 1.5-liter turbocharged engine debuts, while the Fusion Hybrid gains a new, lower price trim level, the S.
The Ford Fusion has been revamped for 2013 with a new design and high-tech safety features such as adaptive cruise control. Two different turbocharged 4-cylinder engines replace the V6 choices in previous models, and a plug-in hybrid called the Fusion Energi joins the regular Hybrid model, which is now rated at 47 mpg.
HD Radio is now available, as are rain-sensing wipers, "MyKey" programmable vehicle key and two new equipment groups: Luxury and Comfort. Integrated blind-spot mirrors are now standard on Fusions not equipped with the Blind Spot Information System (BLIS).
A thorough revamp imparts new character to Ford's mid-size Fusion Sedan with cleaner styling, greater refinement, improved vehicle dynamics and upgraded powertrain combinations that boost both performance and fuel economy. An enthusiast-oriented 263-horsepower Sport variant also joins the lineup.
More content marks the major changes to the 2009 Ford Fusion with SEL trims getting standard ambient multi-color lighting and SIRIUS Satellite Radio. Ford's AdvanceTrac electronic stability control is made optional on all trims, while cars without the SYNC audio system receive an auxiliary audio input jack.
There's something for every midsize 4-door sedan shopper in the 2015 Ford Fusion lineup. Buyers can choose from three turbocharged gasoline powerplants, ranging in size from 1.5 to 2.0 liters, with all-wheel drive available on SE and Titanium models. Need a hybrid? The Fusion offers one that gets an EPA-rated 47 mpg in the city. If you need even more electrification, the Fusion Energi is a plug-in hybrid sedan that can go 21 miles on batteries alone. Through it all, every Fusion model offers up striking styling that's uncommon to the family sedan market. The Fusion can be packed with technology, like the available MyFord Touch infotainment system. Throw in a surprisingly sporty driving dynamic, and you have a car that can please both the practical and performance-minded.
By onefastcar on Saturday, October 26, 2013
I own this car - My approximate mileage is 2,000overall rating 10 of 10rating details
Pros: "So solidly built, very responsive to driver input."
Cons: "Does require person to take time to learn controls"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10
"We've owned the Titanium 2.0 liter turbo for 1 month and have nothing but praise for it. Driving dynamics, quietness, quality, solid build, and very good fuel economy (averaging 30 mpg--we live rural with little traffic so in town would be less). We still find ourselves commenting what a great car it is. I'm the "anti-technology" guy and find that I need to spend a little time getting used to the controls. I feel the design is head and shoulders above the Camry and Accord. Also, I think it drives better than either of those and feels better built."
14 people out of 14 found this review helpful
By kashmr on Sunday, February 09, 2014
I own this car - My approximate mileage is 7,100overall rating 10 of 10rating details
Pros: "Excellent value, loads of fun to drive"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 10
"We purchased our Fusion this past Novmber and are so happy with it! It is stylish, fun to drive (it has a 6 speed manny tranny!) gets awesome gas mileage, has a ton of power, is extremely roomy and comfortable and is everything we wanted. We could not be happier!"
9 people out of 9 found this review helpful
By lilsusy3 on Sunday, June 29, 2014
I don't own this caroverall rating 9 of 10rating details
Pros: "Fun to drive, great gas mileage, lots of storage"
Cons: "terrible console design, bad sight lines"
Likely to recommend this car? (1-10): 9
"Rented this car for a 2 week 7000 mile roadtrip. Loved driving it. Long straight roads, dirt roads,city, major mountain crossings, and the beautiful but terrifying highwway 1. No matter where we were it was fun to drive. Had the hybrid model and averaged 38 mpg. Had it at 42 in the east. Trunk was a little tight, but it was good for the 4 us. As for design I loved the no cap gas tank, the door storage was excellent and the glove box shelf let's you keep things organized. There was even space under the seats to shove things, front and back. There was also space in the rear window to set things without blocking your view. Loved the adjustable headrest for the driver, it gave support without you realizing it. The main design item we hated was the center console. The flat part with storage was to far back and was awkward to get into, even for the passenger. Unfortunately this was also where the ports were located, so we were in it a lot. The cup holders are right where you put your arm, so if something was in it you would keep hitting it. There was no where to put change, and the hole behind the gear shift was useless. It also made the driver a bit to enclosed, there was a lot more space on the passenger side. The other thing that was difficult was the high windows. You couldn't rest your arm on them and the way the window supports came down from the windshield really limits your sight lines. Overall I loved the storage, comfort and drive ability of this car."
8 people out of 8 found this review helpful