Used 2008 Ford Fusion For Sale

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2008 Ford Fusion S Specifications

Feature Description
Transmission Automatic
Engine 2.3L
Horsepower 160 horsepower@6250rpm
MPG City 20
MPG Highway 28

Customer Review Summary for 2008 Ford Fusion

(42 Reviews)

Love this car!

2008 Ford Fusion Ellie B - Baltimore, MD 09/12/2011

This car has lots of class and extra zoom. I have the V6 with 4 wheel drive. The gas mileage is awful but it feels very expensive. And again, I really take off in it. In the city where I live, that's a priceless thing.

No ConFusion

2008 Ford Fusion Soggytom - Evansville, Indiana 12/07/2011

I bought a 2008 Ford Fusion SEL with the 2.3 four, a 5-speed manual transmission and almost 56k miles. It also has the "Appearance Package", which means extra red trim inside, some "aluminum" trim, and, more importantly, a handling suspension with 18-inch wheels and tires. My car is fully loaded, with satellite radio, full leather, heated seats and all. I have since added an aftermarket wood-trim dash kit and some very subtle pinstripes. First impressions- brilliant! Suspension is tight, engine is willing, if not overwhelming, the shifter is close to the best I've driven this side of a Miata. Speaking of Mazdas, this car is a sister to the Mazda 6, and was assembled on the same line. The connections are obvious and welcome. After two months, I have grown to seriously adore this car. While it has a suspension upgrade, it is not the least bit harsh. Firm- absolutely, but not harsh. While I haven't driven the standard suspension, I can't imagine a better all-around setup for anyone. The engine is not the quitest, nor the smoothest at idle sometimes, but very eager with more than adequate oomph. Big displacement means decnt torque for a four-cylinder. The V6 would solve both those minor issues, but with a substantial penalty in gas mileage. Of course, the manual transmission doesn't hurt, either. The interior has ample room, the rear seat especially, and the trunk is a very useful shape. Not as roomy as the Crown Victoria I traded in, but more useful in one very important way- fold-flat back seats. Well, mostly flat. Those and the fold-flat passenger seat makes for incredible utility in a mid-size sedan. I thought I would miss adjustable lumbar support, but it's just right. Several long trips with no exhaustion attest to that. The sound system (6-disc in-dash changer) is awesome, and I am so addicted to satellite radio. The controls are not the simplest, but the steering wheel controls are just right, and easily controlled without looking away from the road. The gas mileage has been spot-on the EPA estimates. Been averaging around 20 mpg in town, and 29-ish mpg on the highway. The cruise control is easy to use and consistent on all but the steepest hills. Did I mention the reasonable insurance? Coming from a Crown Victoria, I'm used to incredibly cheap insurance. The Fusion's is more than reasonable, and much less than the Dodge Caliber and Hyundai Accent I was cross-shopping. All in all, You can't go wrong with this car. And there are enough variations, from power to transmission to comfort features, to fit any person and pocketbook.


2008 Ford Fusion Phil - Chicago, IL 07/07/2011

All four door sedans after 2007 are pretty much the same give or take features. If you want technology Ford is the way to go. The Sync system is just amazing and satallite radio is only like $12 a month which is awesome if you are stuck in traffic or drive a lot. And you won't have to worry about relaibility any more than any other car company because domestics have really stepped up their game since the bail out. If they didn't Uncle Sam would have shut them down because they wouldn't be able to pay it back. Overall great family car for the techy Jonses.

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