The car is great, even more so than expected. The Fusion Titanium parks itself, has very comfortable and spacious leather seats. It has great mileage, and the turbo charged engine has very quick pick up for a full size sedan. The stereo is amazing, even at full blast, the sound is crisp, with no distortion. Bluetooth handsfree calling makes life easier, the rear view camera is a must, after not having one before. When parking, the sensors for what is in front of you, as well as what's approaching from behind you helps immensely. There is nothing bad to say about this car, I feel incredibly safe while driving my Fusion, and I wouldn't trade it for anything else in the price range.
I've wanted a gen 3 fusion since it came out & finally I was in a position to purchase one. The pros IMO are all the features of my titanium trim package (heated/cooled seats, heated steering wheel, navigation, Sony sound system, etc..). I also love the turbo, it's so much more zippier than my previous car. I only have a few cons, the biggest being the interior. The glossy texture is VERY prone to scratches & shows dirt & dust. Another minor gripe is the gas mileage. I am currently at 24.6 mpg & I commute on the freeway to work 5 days a week. Whenever? I am just driving around on the streets I average 19 mpg. This is only slightly better then my previous car, & one of the reasons I wanted a new car. Since my car has a turbo, its a small gripe.
Great power, good looks, good gas mileage, high-quality interior materials and finishes. The automatic wipers are awesome... I've only had them for one winter, and I don't know how I lived without them. The trunk is the largest we could find in the mid-size segment. We fit luggage for three people, plus a stroller, in the trunk without using any of the interior room at all.