The 2016 Ford Fusion makes using Sync and other functions easier with a simplified center stack. Fusion S models offer a new appearance package, there's a new Shadow Black exterior color, and a new cold weather package for SE models. The 1.6-liter EcoBoost 4-cylinder and its optional manual transmission disappear.
Ford is expanding all-weather capability on the 2015 Fusion sedan by adding all-wheel drive to the midrange SE model. Previously, it was only available on the top-level Titanium. Otherwise, the lineup remains largely the same.
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.
About Ford Fusion
For 2016 the Ford Fusion lineup offers something for virtually any family-sedan shopper, whether they're looking for a performance feel, or just want to burnish their green credentials with a hybrid or plug-in. Live where there's foul weather? The 2016 Fusion SE and Titanium offer all-wheel drive. Best of all, any new Ford Fusion is wrapped in European styling that's sophisticated, nicely proportioned, and still looks fresh even after several years of production. Inside you'll find a roomy and high-tech interior, with advanced electronic driving aids, high-end infotainment options and comfortable seating for five. Combine it with a sporty driving experience, and it's easy to see why the Fusion remains a popular choice.