2016 Ford Fusion
20,766 Miles
$12,999

Orlando, FL
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2016 Ford Fusion
21,202 Miles
$12,999

West Palm Beach, FL
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2016 Ford Fusion
42,961 Miles
$10,999

Miami, FL
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2016 Ford Fusion
27,659 Miles
$11,999

West Palm Beach, FL
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2016 Ford Fusion
24,553 Miles
$12,999

Miami, FL
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2016 Ford Fusion
43,683 Miles
$12,999

Miami, FL
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2016 Ford Fusion
32,145 Miles
$12,999

Orlando, FL
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2016 Ford Fusion
63,410 Miles
$11,800

Lithonia, GA
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2016 Ford Fusion
26,679 Miles
$18,168

Atlanta, GA
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2016 Ford Fusion
15,963 Miles
$20,502

Lithonia, GA
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2016 Ford Fusion
21,030 Miles
$16,691

Blue Springs, MO
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2016 Ford Fusion
23,506 Miles
$19,983

Miami, FL
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2016 Ford Fusion
34,430 Miles
$19,683

Imlay City, MI
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2016 Ford Fusion
31,284 Miles
$14,949

Greensboro, NC
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2016 Ford Fusion
35,129 Miles
$15,991

Sandusky, MI
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2016 Ford Fusion
13,323 Miles
$15,410

Hodgkins, IL
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2016 Ford Fusion
22,580 Miles
$16,415

Redford, MI
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2016 Ford Fusion
19,895 Miles
$18,651

Redford, MI
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2016 Ford Fusion
17,077 Miles
$16,987

Redford, MI
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2016 Ford Fusion
26,697 Miles
$17,348

Redford, MI
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2016 Ford Fusion Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.5
2 Reviews
Overall
4.5
Value
4.0
Performance
3.5
Style
4.5
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.5

2016 Ford Fusion Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2016 Ford Fusion - Sporty enough sedan.

Stephanie
Boca Raton, Florida
Overall
4.0
Value
3.0
Performance
2.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
This vehicle is a used 2016 Ford Fusion SE. It was previously a rental, with 33k miles and no accidents. I initially wanted a used car in the approximately $10k range. At this price range, many other comparable vehicles to this car were less cost competitive. It seems that buying used or new, this vehicle can give you much value for your dollar. Similar sedans in the same price range as this vehicle are often less attractive, with less appealing interiors and styling. This sedan comes in many trim levels and packages, so the chances of finding a trim level that suits your personal requirements is likely. Overall, the engine is a little bit pokey, but this is what I expected of the base model. I read somewhere that the Eco-boost option for years 2014-2015 for this car had some reliabili... (more)
Story
I ran over a milk jug on the interstate within my first month of owning the vehicle. I did not think anything of it. However, the front end lower plastic grill was torn to shreds. Not exactly fun but very memorable. This seems to be very easy to replace. I found a replacement part or this online for about fifty dollars. The one and only caveat is that you have to remove the entire front bumper... (more)
Pros
The most positive thing you can say about this car is that it drives well and is comfortable to ride in. It does what a car is supposed to do, and it does that well. It will get you from A to B, but don’t expect to go out racing with it. The steering is very responsive and feels easy to maneuver. The front end looks awesome. It looks aggressive, especially for a four-door sedan, and the styling of the front grille is also nice. The mileage is also good. The mileage that I receive averages 24 mpg in the city. Not amazing but not bad for a sedan. The technology included in the vehicle works ... (more)
Cons
The interior leaves much to be desired at some trim levels. The base model technology package is very outdated for 2016 standards, and this system can be seen on most of Ford’s vehicle line up, from SUVs to sedans and coupes alike. This system reminds me of a flip phone, where a small screen is atop a variety of buttons. Most competing models to this sedan are providing all trim levels with larger touchscreens, like the Toyota Camry and Chevrolet Malibu. The seats have two options: leather or a vinyl-like cloth. The vinyl like cloth is fine; it is much better than the soft cloth provided i... (more)

2016 Ford Fusion - 2016 Ford Fusion—All the comforts of home in my car!

Alicia
Lakewood Park, Florida
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
My company gave me a promotion and with that a company car. I had heard wonderful things about the Ford Fusion, and several other executives have one and love it, so I went with it. I've had it about a month now and couldn't be any happier. It has every option available on it, which actually took me a while to get used to (and I strongly recommend reading the owner's manual. It is impossible to use the onboard touchscreen navigation while driving safely) but now I love it.
Story
It actually saved me from backing into a safety pole at work. Since my promotion, I park in a different lot for a different building. On my first day at work with my new car, I parked in the new lot and decided to back my lovely car into the spot. I didn't realize there was a bright yellow safety pole, and thankfully the back-up camera saved me!! That would not have been good—filing an insuran... (more)
Pros
The on-screen navigation gives you complete control over everything in the car. It is a very positive feature. It is like having a navigator to tell you when the slightest thing is wrong (tire pressure low on one tire, fuel door open, oil change needed, etc.) and many features are programmed in so speaking is all that is required.
Cons
It takes a while to get used to the navigation system and using a back-up camera if you are not used to that feature. I do not rely on it too heavily and still must turn and look at the sides of the car, but it is good for sensing taller objects in the way of the car. I found that smaller objects (like a tire ramp left in the driveway) that are closer to ground are not always visible or sensed by the camera, so you do still need to do a walk-behind of the vehicle, especially if you have children or pets.

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