I love this car. There are so many aftermarket parts to add to fit your style. I added a BOV to give it the turbo sound that so many love and soon i'm adding a strut tower bar. Also it handles very well. It grips the roads even in the rain. I would be sure and get one with a 2.0 ecoboost as it gives the most power. Even as a family car, there is lots of room for your legs. I am 6' 2" and i have plenty of room as a driver.
This car is solid. We used Insurance money from a wreck to put a down payment on this car (about 35%). It was a great option. I'm 6'4" and have long legs, and this car has a lot of leg room for the driver or the passenger. When I move the seat all the way back, people can still sit behind me. The trunk is a little smaller than our previous car (Toyota Avalon), but it is plenty big enough for us. It would comfortably fit 2 large suitcases and some smaller bags. It handles very well and brakes smoothly. The AC/Heater work very well, and I enjoy the temperature control options. We get about 25 MPG in the city and well over 30 on the Highway. It's also the first car I've owned with Bluetooth Audio, so piping in music/calls from a phone is easy.
The Fusion is my new favorite car, which replace my previously favorite 2006 Honda Civic EX (traded it in after it had over 180k miles). The fit and finish of the materials in the Fusion is excellent. The stock SYNC stereo system sounds AWESOME. The driver's seat is VERY comfortable. Plenty of room for the kids (we car pool with four kids). There is a lot of room in the trunk. All the features a driver would want, power everything. I am averaging around 22 to 23 MPG with city driving. Haven't taken it on the highway yet, but I would imaging it gets MPGs as advertised on the freeway. The back up sensors have already helped my wife avoid an accident.