The Ford Fusion is ranked as one of U.S. News and World Report’s top ten midsize cars, as well as one of the best cars for the money and best family cars. It’s also on Kelley Blue Book’s list of the best sedans under $25,000, with the hybrid version ranking on the list of best hybrids under $30,000. Fans of this car are impressed by its quick, fun to drive handling that’s unexpected from a sedan, as well as a comfortable, well appointed interior that’s packed with convenience and entertainment features. If you’re looking for a sedan with agile handling, a powerful turbocharged engine, and youthful, contemporary appearance, check out the available trim levels for the 2016 Ford Fusion.
The base model S features standard six speed automatic transmission with SelectShift push button manual options. It also boasts 16-inch alloy wheels, a rearview camera, interior trim with climate control and cabin air filter, three 12-volt connectors to charge a variety of devices, power windows, message center with trip computer, automatic halogen headlamps, MP3 capability, and voice activated sync technology. Safety features include standard tire pressure monitoring system, AdvanceTrac with electronic stability control, perimeter alarm, and keyless entry.
Interior trim upgrades on the SE model include 10 way power driver’s seat with lumbar support, as well as exterior trim upgrades like keyless entry key-pad, 17-inch aluminum wheels, and heated side mirrors. It also comes with a range of engine options and other integrated performance features, as well as standard Sirius XM satellite radio. The Titanium model includes all these features plus dual zone automatic climate control, automatic halogen headlamps, and chrome grill.
The Ford Fusion S, SE, and Titanium trim levels are all available in a hybrid version, featuring SmartGauge® with EcoGuide that provides real time information to maximize your fuel efficiency. In addition, you can get the SE and Titanium models with plug-in functionality, models known as the Energi SE and Energi Titanium. This provides the battery with an additional 20 mile boost on a single charge along with the same powertrain utilized in the hybrid version.
The Ford Fusion is renowned for its versatile appeal, as attractive to those shopping for a family sedan as it is to those who want a fun, sporty, and roomy ride. There’s a reason this model has been one of the nation’s most popular cars since it was first released in the United States in 2006.