Thu, 19/Oct/2017 15:46

Ford Fusion

On my return from the AGU conference, I rented a car to get home from the airport. It was late and I took what the clerk gave me without noticing. I got to the car and noticed it was a Ford Fusion. It was significantly more roomy than the Suzuki I had driven less than a week ago. There was room for my legs as well as for someone to sit behind me. The style was very nice. The dashboard was sleek and all the buttons well placed.

As for power, I had enough power that even with another person in the vehicle with me, and our carryon luggage, I was able to glide up big hills.

The seat was confortable with good lumbar support. The radio even had satelite radio. I did not use the radio but for a second or two to see how well I could work it.

If I had a need for a medium sized sedan I would strongly consider the Fusion.





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Posted by seth on
Ford uses its Lincoln and Mercury brand for more upscale models, and the Fusion Hybrid gets a sister in the Milan Hybrid, but we didn't feel the cabin of the Fusion Hybrid lacked for luxury. Leather seats and a leather-wrapped steering wheel enhanced this feeling, but quality fit and finish anchored it. There are plastics on dash and doors, but they are the soft kind.
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