This newest Ford Fusion is a tremendous value purchase in comparison with its predecessors. There is a six-speed Select Shift Automatic transmission in addition to an excellent fuel consumption rate. The car is designed with the environment in mind and has a 188 horsepower, 2L engine which delivers similar efficiency to a hybrid engine. It base is beautiful in regards to both interior and exterior but extras can be added on at extra cost too. Starting at just over $22,000 Ford has once again delivered a midsize car that not only meets design and efficiency requirements, but value too.
As a 5 passenger sedan, the 2016 Ford Fusion is available in 3 trim levels; the SE, S and the Platinum. The Fusion S trim level comes with 16 inch alloy wheels, full power accessories and automatic headlights. On the other hand, the Fusion SE trim level comes with 17 inch alloy wheels. An appearance package is offered in the S trim level and features 18 inch alloy wheels together with a rear spoiler. Coming in 10 different colors you can choose the car that you really want.
Interior Design and Technology
The interior of the 2016 Ford Fusion is neatly designed. The dashboard and the seats have been given a cool and urban style to them too. The driver’s seat has been designed in such a manner that it can be easily adjusted. It also provides a good view of the lanes. The cabin space is estimated at 16 cubic feet which is about the normal size for a majority of medium sized Sedans. There are also options for leather trimmed seats in a variety of colors, and available Sony Audio System that comes with 12 speakers.
Engine and Fuel Efficiency
The Fusion SE and S trim levels have been designed with a 2.5l 4-cylinder engines which delivers an estimated 175 horsepower and 175 pound per feet of torque. The EPA fuel economy rating is estimated at 26 mpg combined i.e. 22 city and 34 highway.
Antilock disc brakes, front seat side airbags, side curtain airbags and traction and stability control are offered as standard. A Ford Sync System which features an emergency crash notification system is also standard.
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