Customer Review Summary for 2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid
23,000 mile lemon?
2010 Ford Fusion HybridDissatisfied Owner - , 07/16/2013
I was excited about the prospect of getting great mileage on my new/used Ford Fusion Hybrid, but on my first road trip after owning the car only 3 weeks the drive train light came on! No wonder the previous owner sold it after only 23,000 miles! Then, after owning it only 6 weeks it finally rained here in Houston and guess what... the backs of my legs got wet. How did that happen? I guess the floor board leaks too. I like the car and the mileage, but I wasn't expecting this from Ford... nor from CarMax.
Fantastic & Reliable Car!!!
2010 Ford Fusion HybridBrent Campbell - Centennial, CO03/17/2016
Having purchased the vehicle brand new off the lot, I have put 193,490 miles on the vehicle. In those 6 years, I have not had to replace brake pads. Almost all of the original pad is remaining - the Regenerative Braking is THAT good! We have averaged 42.8 mpg combined in the summer months, and 38.5 mpg in the winter. There has been one significant repair ($1000) to an instrument display due to an electrical short at a loose connection, and a lesser repair to a fan controller ($300). Otherwise, this is one of the best vehicle purchases I have ever made!
2010 Ford Fusion HybridRhonda Montague - Memphis, TN10/08/2015
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Published on Wednesday, April 18, 2018
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