Ford Fusion 2.0T EcoBoost AWD is not like the other mid-size Sedans of the segment
It is no more sufficient to be a good car in the midsize sedan segment as comfort, reliability and quietness personified family sedans are coming thick and fast into the dealerships and it does not matter anymore which brand you purchase. If you wish to be a star in the class, then you must have personality, a personality that would outshine others, more luxury that its price and performance which is not seen in others. If you set the benchmark there, then you could filter the large number of family sedans available in the market to just four or five which are worth considering and among them you will find the Ford Fusion.
When the entire competition is hinged up on mass-appeal styling which is conservative, the Ford Fusion with its shapely figure and sharp details stands out from others. When you look at the sticker price of $36,415 you would assume it as the top car in the mid-size class, but the Fusion Titanium, which was tested by the team reached far greater heights. With optional red leather seats worth $695, the Fusion has more technology that a $45,000 priced BMW and convincingly gives the feeling of a luxury sedan.
The Ford Fusion 2.0T offered a long list of regular equipment and the one tested by the team had cooled and heated seats, heated steering, inflatable rear seat belts, 19-inch wheels, and navigation. The last said item; the MyFord Touch system has grown into something that owners would love to operate as it behaves friendlier than before. It is sensitive to touch and far quicker, and the controls nestling below the 8-inch display quickly comes alive with the first touch. Looks like that half-decade of using the plainly dangerous slow working navigation systems have made it possible for the Ford system to impress us easily.