2014 Ford Fusion
85,972 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$7,499
Est $108/mo

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2017 Ford Fusion
10,153 Miles | Margate, FL
$13,299
Est $192/mo

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2019 Ford Fusion
3,030 Miles | Miami, FL
$18,899
Est $272/mo

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2017 Ford Fusion
22,268 Miles | Miami, FL
$13,199
Est $190/mo

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2016 Ford Fusion
35,312 Miles | West Park, FL
$12,498
Est $180/mo

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2017 Ford Fusion
30,994 Miles | West Park, FL
$11,497
Est $166/mo

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2019 Ford Fusion
4,940 Miles | Doral, FL
$18,497
Est $267/mo

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2018 Ford Fusion
21,995 Miles | Doral, FL
$14,497
Est $209/mo

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2017 Ford Fusion
8,636 Miles | West Park, FL
$15,698
Est $226/mo

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2017 Ford Fusion
34,420 Miles | Doral, FL
$12,998
Est $187/mo

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2017 Ford Fusion
33,902 Miles | Doral, FL
$12,997
Est $187/mo

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2019 Ford Fusion
14,832 Miles | Doral, FL
$19,998
Est $288/mo

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2018 Ford Fusion
9,306 Miles | Doral, FL
$13,998
Est $202/mo

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2016 Ford Fusion
68,408 Miles | West Park, FL
$9,697
Est $140/mo

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2017 Ford Fusion
35,193 Miles | West Park, FL
$13,498
Est $195/mo

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2016 Ford Fusion
50,194 Miles | Doral, FL
$13,668
Est $197/mo

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2013 Ford Fusion
46,040 Miles | West Park, FL
$9,598
Est $138/mo

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2017 Ford Fusion
14,343 Miles | Doral, FL
$13,797
Est $199/mo

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2016 Ford Fusion
15,527 Miles | Doral, FL
$12,498
Est $180/mo

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2016 Ford Fusion
62,914 Miles | Doral, FL
$9,798
Est $141/mo

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Ford Fusion Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.3
248 Reviews
Overall
4.3
Value
4.1
Performance
3.7
Style
4.3
Comfort
4.4
Fuel Economy
3.8
Reliability
4.2

Ford Fusion Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2015 Ford Fusion -

KB
Huntsville, Texas
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
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)
Story
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

Thomas
Garland, Texas
Overall
3.0
Value
3.0
Performance
4.0
Style
3.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
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)
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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.

2010 Ford Fusion - 100,000 miles and still going strong!

Tammy
North Sioux City, South Dakota
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
I love my Ford Fusion! I bought it brand new straight out of college, and it had 27 miles on it. I just passed 100,000 miles with it, and she still purrs like a kitten. I have always done the oil changes and taken great care of her, and she is taking care of me. The ONLY thing extra I have had to do on the car is replace some type of "arm" on the front-drivers side tire. Other than that, she has given me NO problems whatsoever. The engine runs smooth and shifts flawlessly, MPG is right around 24-26 for me driving my two kids around town, and can get 36 mph on the highway (going 60 mph). I have the sport package, so it included the bigger motor, the leather interior with accent trim, bigger tires, "glitter" in the black paint, and a rear spoiler. Overall, a great car, and I will ... (more)
Story
I can always tell my car apart from other Ford Fusions because I have the sport package and it's got the rear spoiler on it. So one time, I was walking out to my car in the parking lot and someone was at my door trying to get it. Once they saw me and realized their mistake, they apologized profusely and told me "I was wondering why my keyless entry wasn't working!" They had a black Ford Fusion... (more)
Pros
My favorite features about the vehicle is the bigger motor and the reliability. I have had LEMONS in the past growing up and seemed to be driving a new car every other year or so while in high school and college. I bought this car brand new in 2010, and it's now 2017, and I am still driving it. It has good trunk space for hauling around two kids, and the backseat is big enough for an infant car seat and a massive convertible car seat for a two and a half year old. The leather is great quality as well. No rips, stains, tears or holes and that is with two kids! The bigger motor has some ... (more)
Cons
While I have said earlier that the backseat can fit an infant car seat and a convertible car seat, the only con about this car is that the seats have to be on each side of the backseat. One behind the drivers seat and one behind the passenger seat. There cannot be a car seat in the middle and one on the side, which is what I would prefer.

Ford Fusion Generations

The Fusion is Ford's midsize family sedan that's currently in its second generation. It's one of the few models in its class to offer optional all-wheel-drive and a lineup of turbocharged EcoBoost engines were introduced well ahead of many rivals' turbo engines. It competes against models like the Toyota Camry, Honda Accord, Nissan Altima, Chevy Malibu and Volkswagen Passat.

2013 – Present (Second Generation)

Completely redesigned in 2013 on Ford’s CD4 platform, Fusion had an entirely new appearance that won praise for its refined, stylish and upscale look.

An automated parallel-parking system and adaptive cruise control were now offered as options in addition to forward-collision warning and an automated braking system. Ford also added other new options including a lane-departure warning system with lane-keeping assistance and automatic high beams as well as an improved infotainment system and USB ports for music.

The 175-horsepower, 2.5-liter 4-cylinder remained the base engine, but the V6 was replaced by an EcoBoost 2.0-liter 4-cylinder turbo that made 240 horsepower. A turbocharged 178-hp 1.6-liter 4-cylinder was also added, and the hybrid’s engine was changed to a 188-hp 2.0-liter 4-cylinder for city mileage of 44 mpg city and 41 mpg on the highway.

Fusion models could still be had with either front- or all-wheel drive, but the latter was only available with the turbocharged 2.0-liter engine. Also, a manual transmission was only offered on the base-model Fusion SE. MacPherson struts replaced the previous double wishbone suspension in front, with multi-link suspension in the rear.

Ford made relatively minor changes to the 2014 Fusion. The turbocharged engine changed from 1.6-liters to a 1.5-liter 4-cylinder. The Hybrid got a new base-level S model, and three new options were added to all trims. These include inflatable seat belts, heated rear seats and ventilated front seats.

In 2015 there were only two changes: the backup camera became a standard feature, and the manual transmission was eliminated from the lineup.

For the 2017 model year, Ford gave the Fusion a mild facelift and added a new turbocharged 325-hp 2.7-liter V6 engine. Ford also enhanced the adaptive cruise control system, improved the parking-assistance system and the pre-collision braking system to be sensitive enough to detect pedestrians. A rotary-style automatic transmission shifter was added. A Platinum trim level was added at the top of the lineup, and it featured distinctive wheels and upgrades to the Fusion’s interior space.

2019 models also received a minor facelift. Active safety features that had been optional on some models were made standard on all Fusions. SE and higher trims received the 1.5-liter EcoBoost turbo engine as standard equipment. The short-lived Platinum trim was dropped, making the Titanium the highest trim.

2006 - 2012 (First Generation)

The first Fusion was built on Ford’s CD3 platform and offered with two engine choices. A 160-horsepower, 2.3-liter 4-cylinder came with either a five-speed manual or automatic transmission. An optional 220-horsepower, 3.0-liter V6 was paired with a six-speed automatic.

The first Fusion models were all front-wheel drive. Anti-lock brakes were optional, and so were side-curtain airbags and traction control. There were three trim levels. The basic S had air conditioning, a CD player and cruise control in addition to keyless entry and some power accessories. The midlevel SE model had all of that plus a power driver's seat, audio controls on the steering wheel and a better audio system. Options included such things as leather seats, a sunroof and a 6-disc CD changer. The higher-end SEL model had larger alloy wheels and automatic climate control, with options like heated seats and auto-dimming mirrors as well as automatic headlights.

In 2007 Ford added front-side and side-curtain airbags as a standard feature on all models of the Fusion. Also added at this time were new options including a built-in navigation system and Sirius satellite radio capability, aux jacks, and an anti-theft perimeter alarm.

V6 models had the additional option of all-wheel drive. The 6-disc CD changer became standard on the SE model in 2007. Also, SE and SEL models had a new front passenger fold-flat seat as standard equipment.

Changes for 2008 included making ABS and tire-pressure monitoring standard features for all models. A keypad entry system became standard on SEL trims. Ford's SYNC infotainment system was now an option, as were parking sensors.

A Sport package made its debut, adding upgrades like 18-inch alloy wheels and an improved suspension as well as interior and exterior trim differences.

2009 brought the new option of an electronic stability control system, and traction control became standard on Fusion’s V6 models. Sirius satellite radio became standard for SE and SEL trims, and a blue suede interior package with blue interior lighting and trim was introduced.

2010 brought the first-generation Fusion's most significant update. The interior and exterior design got a complete makeover that gave the model a more refined look.

A new gasoline-electric hybrid model was added, featuring a 191-hp 2.5-liter hybrid 4-cylinder mated to a standard continuously variable automatic transmission. Fuel economy on this model was rated at an impressive 41 in-city miles per gallon with highway mileage of 36 miles per gallon. The base-level 2.3-liter 4-cylinder was replaced by a 175-hp 2.5-liter 4-cylinder, and the V6 now had 240 horsepower.

This was also the year Fusion Sport came out, with a 263-hp 3.5-liter V6 engine, darkened front grille, 18-inch allow wheels and rear spoiler. Some new safety options became standard as well, including a backup camera and a blind-spot monitoring system as well as a rear cross-traffic alert system.

In 2011 Ford added the MyKey system and introduced a manual-shift mode for the automatic transmission, in addition to HD Radio and rain-sensing windshield wipers.

Ford Fusion Generations

The Fusion is Ford's midsize family sedan that's currently in its second generation. It's one of the few models in its class to offer optional all-wheel-drive and a lineup of turbocharged EcoBoost engines were introduced well ahead of many rivals' turbo engines. It competes against models like the Toyota Camry, Honda Accord, Nissan Altima, Chevy Malibu and Volkswagen Passat.

Fusion 2nd Generation (2013 – Present)
Completely redesigned in 2013 on Ford’s CD4 platform, Fusion had an entirely new appearance that won praise for its refined, stylish and upscale look.

An automated parallel-parking system and adaptive cruise control were now offered as options in addition to forward-collision warning and an automated braking system. Ford also added other new options including a lane-departure warning system with lane-keeping assistance and automatic high beams as well as an improved infotainment system and USB ports for music.

The 175-horsepower, 2.5-liter 4-cylinder remained the base engine, but the V6 was replaced by an EcoBoost 2.0-liter 4-cylinder turbo that made 240 horsepower. A turbocharged 178-hp 1.6-liter 4-cylinder was also added, and the hybrid’s engine was changed to a 188-hp 2.0-liter 4-cylinder for city mileage of 44 mpg city and 41 mpg on the highway.

Fusion models could still be had with either front- or all-wheel drive, but the latter was only available with the turbocharged 2.0-liter engine. Also, a manual transmission was only offered on the base-model Fusion SE.

MacPherson struts replaced the previous double wishbone suspension in front, with multi-link suspension in the rear.

Ford made relatively minor changes to the 2014 Fusion. The turbocharged engine changed from 1.6-liters to a 1.5-liter 4-cylinder. The Hybrid got a new base-level S model, and three new options were added to all trims. These include inflatable seat belts, heated rear seats and ventilated front seats.

In 2015 there were only two changes: the backup camera became a standard feature, and the manual transmission was eliminated from the lineup.

For the 2017 model year, Ford gave the Fusion a mild facelift and added a new turbocharged 325-hp 2.7-liter V6 engine. Ford also enhanced the adaptive cruise control system, improved the parking-assistance system and the pre-collision braking system to be sensitive enough to detect pedestrians. A rotary-style automatic transmission shifter was added.

A Platinum trim level was added at the top of the lineup, and it featured distinctive wheels and upgrades to the Fusion’s interior space.

2019 models also received a minor facelift. Active safety features that had been optional on some models were made standard on all Fusions. SE and higher trims received the 1.5-liter EcoBoost turbo engine as standard equipment. The short-lived Platinum trim was dropped, making the Titanium the highest trim.

Fusion (2006 - 2012)
The first Fusion was built on Ford’s CD3 platform and offered with two engine choices.

A 160-horsepower, 2.3-liter 4-cylinder came with either a five-speed manual or automatic transmission. An optional 220-horsepower, 3.0-liter V6 was paired with a six-speed automatic.

The first Fusion models were all front-wheel drive. Anti-lock brakes were optional, and so were side-curtain airbags and traction control.

There were three trim levels. The basic S had air conditioning, a CD player and cruise control in addition to keyless entry and some power accessories.

The midlevel SE model had all of that plus a power driver's seat, audio controls on the steering wheel and a better audio system. Options included such things as leather seats, a sunroof and a 6-disc CD changer.

The higher-end SEL model had larger alloy wheels and automatic climate control, with options like heated seats and auto-dimming mirrors as well as automatic headlights.

In 2007 Ford added front-side and side-curtain airbags as a standard feature on all models of the Fusion. Also added at this time were new options including a built-in navigation system and Sirius satellite radio capability, aux jacks, and an anti-theft perimeter alarm.

V6 models had the additional option of all-wheel drive. The 6-disc CD changer became standard on the SE model in 2007. Also, SE and SEL models had a new front passenger fold-flat seat as standard equipment.

Changes for 2008 included making ABS and tire-pressure monitoring standard features for all models. A keypad entry system became standard on SEL trims. Ford's SYNC infotainment system was now an option, as were parking sensors.

A Sport package made its debut, adding upgrades like 18-inch alloy wheels and an improved suspension as well as interior and exterior trim differences.

2009 brought the new option of an electronic stability control system, and traction control became standard on Fusion’s V6 models. Sirius satellite radio became standard for SE and SEL trims, and a blue suede interior package with blue interior lighting and trim was introduced.

2010 brought the first-generation Fusion's most significant update. The interior and exterior design got a complete makeover that gave the model a more refined look.

A new gasoline-electric hybrid model was added, featuring a 191-hp 2.5-liter hybrid 4-cylinder mated to a standard continuously variable automatic transmission. Fuel economy on this model was rated at an impressive 41 in-city miles per gallon with highway mileage of 36 miles per gallon.

The base-level 2.3-liter 4-cylinder was replaced by a 175-hp 2.5-liter 4-cylinder, and the V6 now had 240 horsepower.

This was also the year Fusion Sport came out, with a 263-hp 3.5-liter V6 engine, darkened front grille, 18-inch allow wheels and rear spoiler.

Some new safety options became standard as well, including a backup camera and a blind-spot monitoring system as well as a rear cross-traffic alert system.

In 2011 Ford added the MyKey system and introduced a manual-shift mode for the automatic transmission, in addition to HD Radio and rain-sensing windshield wipers.

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