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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.
At first I admit I wasn't sold on it. I thought the price was too high but after the test drive I loved it. It's sporty, fast and has some great features for the price. Love the heated seats and the tire pressure signal. The sound system is great and I appreciate the large monitor. You can watch DVDs!
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.