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2016 Ford Fusion -- Improved but not perfect
This 2016 Ford Fusion SE is my second Ford Fusion. I also own a 2011 Ford Fusion. There were so many things that I appreciate about my 2011 Fusion that it prompted me to look for a Fusion again when I decided to purchase another vehicle. I love the look and solid feel of the 2011. However, the 2011 model had a horribly positioned headrest, which initially made me think I would never purchase another Fusion. (As an aside, when I contacted Ford about the headrest, which is so uncomfortable I don't drive this vehicle for long trips -- I was told it is a "head restraint," not a "head rest" and thus safety not comfort is its purpose.) After looking at online photos of the 2016 Ford Fusion and its interior, I could see that the head rest (or "restraint") was designed differently. The 2016 had a head rest that did not force your head and neck forward in an awkward position. Indeed, when I test drove the 2016, I was delighted by its comfort. And after test driving several other vehicles, it made me appreciate the quality you get in a Ford for a reasonable amount of money. Affordability was a major factor in choosing the Fusion over other cars that I test drove. Other cars that were similarly priced felt cheap inside.
Boca Raton, Florida
Sporty enough sedan.
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 reliability problems, so I chose to go with the smaller engine. With that being said, there was not much difference in driving and power between the two engine levels that I could observe and would recommend all available engine sizes.