The new Ford Fusion is one of the most captivating designs to hit the family sedan segment, drawing immediate comparisons to exotic cars like Aston Martins. But it's also efficient and technologically advanced, with lots of options to let buyers find a Fusion that's right for them. And some of the available features, like active park assist, are unique in the segment and enticing even to premium shoppers.
The Fusion starts off with the S, which will attract buyers interested in a basic family sedan. That means it gets the base 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with 175 horsepower and a six-speed automatic. Also included are power windows, locks with keyless entry, power mirrors, cruise control, air conditioning with cabin air filter, 16-inch steel wheels, a trip computer, split-folding rear seats, and Ford's SYNC system which integrates audio and iPod controls.
The SE adds upgrades like 17-inch alloy wheels, a power driver's seat, a rear center armrest, and a Sirius satellite radio. It's also available with two engine options: a 1.6-liter Ecoboost four-cylinder engine with 180 horsepower or a 2.0-liter version with 237 horsepower.
The top-trim Titanium comes only with the 2.0-liter Ecoboost, along with 18-inch alloy wheels, keyless entry and start, a backup camera, parking sensors, MyFord Touch controls, a 12-speaker HD Sony radio, dual-zone automatic climate control, heated leather seats, and a 4-way power passenger's seat.
Options on SE and Titanium include active park assist, which guides the car in parallel parking situations, a power moonroof, blind-spot monitoring, and navigation.
The S sticks to the basics a midsize sedan should offer in today's market. It gets a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine with 175 horsepower; power windows, locks and mirrors; keyless entry; air conditioning; Ford's SYNC system for iPod connection with voice recognition; and cruise control. Also included are a trip computer; a tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel with audio controls for the four-speaker audio system; automatic headlights; LED taillights and 16-inch steel wheels.
Ford aims the SE at buyers who want more special features and technology, as well as more engine choices. On top of the S's equipment, the SE gets a rear center armrest, compass, rear air vents, six-speaker audio system with Sirius satellite radio, a 10-way power driver's seat, body-colored side mirrors and body molding, and 17-inch alloy wheels.
Options include heated leather seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, rain-sensing wipers, parking sensors, a backup camera, an active parking system, adaptive cruise control, a moonroof and MyFord Touch with navigation. Also available is a 1.6-liter turbocharged Ecoboost engine with 180 horsepower and improved fuel economy, or a 2.0-liter Ecoboost engine with 237 horsepower.
Titanium trim boasts the most power, technology and luxury of any Fusion, making it a rival for some base versions of entry-level luxury sedans. All Titaniums get the 2.0-liter Ecoboost as standard, along with 18-inch alloy wheels, dual exhausts, a rear spoiler, chrome door handles, heated leather seats, MyFord Touch with a Sony 12-speaker HD radio, remote start, keyless entry and start, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, ambient lighting, a backup camera and parking sensors, and dual-zone automatic climate control.
Options include premium floor mats, automatic wipers, active park assist, navigation and fog lights.
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|Build & Price|
2014 FORD FUSION$20,034 | 16,473 mi
2013 Ford Fusion$18,998 | 28,665 mi
2013 FORD FUSION$19,995 | 30,976 mi
2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid$23,998 | 15,909 mi
2013 FORD FUSION$24,995 | 17,500 mi
2012 FORD FUSION$14,600 | 46,715 mi
2012 FORD FUSION$14,997 | 12,390 mi
2012 Ford Fusion$15,388 | 33,400 mi
2012 Ford Fusion$15,857 | 43,753 mi
2012 FORD FUSION$16,750 | 24,374 mi
2012 FORD FUSION$16,995 | 23,879 mi
2012 FORD FUSION$17,991 | 35,936 mi
2012 Ford Fusion$18,982 | 21,694 mi
2012 FORD FUSION$18,995 | 30,222 mi
2012 FORD FUSION$19,995 | 14,647 mi
2012 FORD FUSION$21,995 | 15,496 mi
2012 FORD FUSION$21,995 | 32,438 mi
2012 FORD FUSION$22,995 | 11,183 mi
2012 FORD FUSION$23,000 | 24,855 mi
2011 Ford Fusion$13,295 | 60,559 mi
2011 Ford Fusion$15,675 | 66,189 mi
2011 FORD FUSION$15,995 | 33,499 mi
2011 FORD FUSION$16,595 | 26,202 mi
2010 FORD FUSION$14,965 | 71,119 mi
2010 FORD FUSION$14,980 | 60,498 mi
2010 FORD FUSION$16,995 | 37,456 mi
2010 FORD FUSION HYBRID$16,995 | 49,327 mi
2006 FORD FUSION$7,000 | 105,116 mi
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