2016 Ford Fusion
34,281 Miles
$13,739

Louisville, KY
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2016 Ford Fusion
48,744 Miles
$14,500

Harrisonburg, VA
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2017 Ford Fusion
29,983 Miles
$22,995

Conshohocken, PA
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2015 Ford Fusion
52,123 Miles
$12,329

Hutto, TX
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2015 Ford Fusion
53,096 Miles
$12,999

Billings, MT
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2013 Ford Fusion
39,211 Miles
$12,473

Danvers, MA
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2011 Ford Fusion
48,608 Miles
$10,968

Loveland, CO
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2014 Ford Fusion
28,295 Miles
$20,999

Catskill, NY
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2014 Ford Fusion
32,614 Miles
$14,930

East Stroudsburg, PA
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2013 Ford Fusion
41,829 Miles
$13,000

Lancaster, PA
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2014 Ford Fusion
27,892 Miles
$17,951

Grayling, MI
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2016 Ford Fusion
14,523 Miles
$17,000

Pueblo, CO
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2016 Ford Fusion
44,894 Miles
$18,000

Pueblo, CO
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2012 Ford Fusion
32,793 Miles
$12,956

Meridian, ID
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2014 Ford Fusion
49,620 Miles
$14,498

Lompoc, CA
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2017 Ford Fusion
28,396 Miles
$20,467

Long Beach, CA
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2016 Ford Fusion
15,979 Miles
$15,900

Radcliff, KY
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2014 Ford Fusion
20,665 Miles
$15,491

Georgetown, DE
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2014 Ford Fusion
29,430 Miles
$14,347

Scranton, PA
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2016 Ford Fusion
16,670 Miles
$24,900

Radcliff, KY
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Ford Fusion Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.1
Performance
3.8
Style
4.4
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
3.8
Maintenance
4.3

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Ford Fusion Owner Ratings & Reviews

2015 Ford Fusion - A smooth ride at a great price.

Shorewood, Illinois
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
The biggest thing that comes to mind when I am getting in my Ford Fusion is how nice the ride itself is. I've driven about 18,000 miles on it and it rides just as good now as it did when I drove it out of the lot. The car comes with enough features to really get a lot out of the car in the SE model as well. Having bluetooth navigating while I'm driving, a rear back-up camera, and a great view from mirrors in the car make me feel safe at any moment I'm in the car. The body style of the car is very slick and I fell in love with it when I saw it. The color of the car is 'guard' and appears to be a greenish-grey and I have received numerous compliments on it from friends, family and co-workers alike. I love how the car keeps track of my miles per gallon and has many customization featur... (more)
Title
The first time I picked up a few friends to go play softball at our park district with the car my friend kept telling me that he thought the car was 'off the chain'. He kept telling me that, and he's not one to simply compliment someone for no reason. He kept saying it in different voices. It was funny, but it re-affirmed that the car I purchased was appreciated by others.
Pros
One of my favorite things about this vehicle is the ride itself. From the moment I test drove it I knew I loved the ride. It was smooth, had great pick up and reacted very quickly whenever accelerating or braking. Another thing I love is the look of the car, both on the inside and outside. I have black cloth seats with a red stitch in it and it looks really slick. The front end of the car has a 'wave-like' bumper and I love the look of it. The windows are nice and big and makes changing lanes easy and safe. The view of the car is great, both from the outside looking at it and the inside ... (more)
Cons
The only negative thing I can think about with this vehicle is that I received a recall notice about 6 months after I purchased it. It stated that a bolt was at risk for malfunctioning on my power steering column. I understand that this could really happen on just about any make or model of a car, but it has been the only blemish about my car purchasing experience.

2015 Ford Fusion -

Huntsville, Texas
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
3.0
I purchased this car about four months ago. I upgraded from a compact car, and I absolutely love it! There are far more "pros" than "cons"! This car is so spacious, but it does not drive like it! Both front seats are electric so it's easy for anyone to move to allow space for all passengers. The drive is so smooth. The turn radius is still small like a compact car. Sometimes when you get into bigger vehicles, they become harder to control. That is not so with this one! The radio, air conditioning system, navigation, and sync system that works with your smartphone are phenomenal. They can all be controlled from the steering wheel. This is so helpful for the driver. It's all right where you need it to be, and it's easy to understand and navigate. The notification system really gets your ... (more)
Title
I have two dogs who each weigh 50 pounds. One is very short and it is hard for her to get in and out of vehicles sometimes. The back seat of this car has some extra room around it, and it makes a sort of "step" for her! She immediately discovered this and has never had a single problem getting in or out of this car. It made me smile that there was an unintended advantage to me buying this part... (more)
Pros
I love the sync phone system! So easy to use and very handy when your attention should be focused on driving. The spacious back seat and electric front seats are phenomenal for accommodating all sorts of guests, animal or human! The drive is fantastic. Hardly any road noise, and NO engine noise.
Cons
The amount of time is takes for the different applications to "wake up" when you first crank the car is somewhat unsettling. The lights, air conditioning and radio should all immediately wake up when the car is cranked. The doors automatically unlock when you turn off the engine. This is not always safe for the consumer. I don't always want all my doors unlocked when I turn off the engine.

2013 Ford Fusion - Nice features from Ford

Garland, Texas
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
The Ford Fusion is a comfortable car. It comes with many standard options. Although it is more expensive than its competition, you get a lot for your money. Satellite radio is standard. A seven speed automatic gear box is also standard. There are many input connections for phones and other devices. The gas mileage is good. There is plenty of power from the V6. There is ample leg room. That is true for both the front and the backseats. The trunk is average size for a midsize car. It is styled similar to many other cars in its class. So far the Ford Fusion has been very reliable. The acceleration is surprisingly good as well. The transmission does get a little confused at times. This happens at lower speeds and in heavy traffic. You can link your cell phone with this, but is more annoyi... (more)
Title
Running errands with my friend
Pros
The interior is well trimmed for an American car. The price is more than you would pay for similar cars but Ford has a good reputation for quality and reliability. This is a good family sedan. It also works as a sports sedan. There is no sunroof on the SE model. This would be a nice feature. The power seats are also heated. This is a nice feature on cold winter mornings. The stereo has a Bluetooth link.
Cons
It seems as if the transmission cannot decide which gear is best for the situation. It could be that it has too many gears to choose from. This is really the only complaint that I have. A 5 speed automatic transmission would have worked better in my opinion. When you decelerate and then need to accelerate again, the transmission will bog down. Sometimes it skips 2nd gear and goes from 1st to 3rd. This is not a problem for highway driving. The problem is most prevalent in city driving situations.