Let me tell you about this hot little daddy of a car. I love it everyone loves it. You will get compliments! Teenagers complimented me while they were playing a basketball I heard it through the sun roof. Not even joking. Get the pretty white not the basic white. Also got rear ended and the other car was totaled but the fusion was still driveable. Would definitely buy another but with the nav screen. I just hate touch sensitive buttons.
Fun car with fun technology
2015 Ford FusionMatt Vander Ark - Richmond Hill, GA09/29/2016
This car is well built and is fun to drive. The 2.0 Ecoboost provides the power needed to get up and go and the average 29 miles per gallon we get driving it helps all around. On highway trips we have broken 32MPG but the daily commute and running errands we get 29. The SYNC technology and the features Ford has put in this car make it a great value and overall great car.
2014 Ford FusionKristin E - Stanwood, WA02/12/2017
This is a very comfortable car with a smooth ride. I love the modern conveniences like, auto start, Bluetooth stereo, and smart technology. The fact that it is an EV and hybrid is an additional added benefit. I commute 80+ miles daily. It has helped make that more comfortable and bearable.
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