2007 Ford Fusion

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$17,430 - $24,020
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Engine Engine 2.3LI-4
MPG MPG 23 City / 31 Hwy
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2007 Fusion Overview

The 2007 Ford Fusion is an excellent choice among midsize sedans and should not be overlooked.The Fusion was introduced as an all-new vehicle for 2006 and it's a superb car.It handles well, looks purposeful, it's comfortable, and it delivers good value.

All-wheel drive is a new option for 2007, and we found the new, all-wheel-drive Ford Fusion extremely stable on wet pavement.

The 2007 Fusion models come standard with side-impact and curtain airbags, an upgrade over 2006.The 2007 models offer Sirius satellite radio and DVD navigation.A front passenger seatback that folds down comes on 2007 Fusion SE and SEL models, making it possible to haul extra-long items, and the 2007 Fusion SE has been upgraded with fog lights and 16-inch wheels.

The Fusion offers a choice of V6 and four-cylinder engines.The four-cylinder offers a five-speed automatic, an impressive feature that offers smoother, more fuel-efficient operation.And the V6 comes with a six-speed automatic, a feature associated with top-end luxury cars.A five-speed manual gearbox is available with the four-cylinder engine.

The cabin is comfortable and well designed with controls are intuitive and easy to operate.The center dash is not spectacularly beautiful, and the interior looks classier in the lighter colors.

Crisp lines, big headlamps and a bold, chrome grille give the Fusion a distinctive appearance that we find attractive.

The Fusion has earned plaudits from consumer surveys.It was the most appealing midsize car in the J.D.Power and Associates 2006 Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study, which surveys owners on product features.The Fusion was second in the Midsize Car category in the 2006 Ideal Vehicle Awards survey conducted by AutoPacific, beaten out by the nearly identical Mercury Milan; the survey focuses on how close automakers came to meeting the desires of the vehicle's target audience.The Fusion won in the Medium Car segment, beating out the Honda Accord and new Volkswagen Jetta, in Strategic Vision's Total Quality Study, which looks at things gone right, things gone wrong and dealership experiences after 90 days of ownership.
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2007 Fusion Overview

The 2007 Ford Fusion is an excellent choice among midsize sedans and should not be overlooked.The Fusion was introduced as an all-new vehicle for 2006 and it's a superb car.It handles well, looks purposeful, it's comfortable, and it delivers good value.

All-wheel drive is a new option for 2007, and we found the new, all-wheel-drive Ford Fusion extremely stable on wet pavement.

The 2007 Fusion models come standard with side-impact and curtain airbags, an upgrade over 2006.The 2007 models offer Sirius satellite radio and DVD navigation.A front passenger seatback that folds down comes on 2007 Fusion SE and SEL models, making it possible to haul extra-long items, and the 2007 Fusion SE has been upgraded with fog lights and 16-inch wheels.

The Fusion offers a choice of V6 and four-cylinder engines.The four-cylinder offers a five-speed automatic, an impressive feature that offers smoother, more fuel-efficient operation.And the V6 comes with a six-speed automatic, a feature associated with top-end luxury cars.A five-speed manual gearbox is available with the four-cylinder engine.

The cabin is comfortable and well designed with controls are intuitive and easy to operate.The center dash is not spectacularly beautiful, and the interior looks classier in the lighter colors.

Crisp lines, big headlamps and a bold, chrome grille give the Fusion a distinctive appearance that we find attractive.

The Fusion has earned plaudits from consumer surveys.It was the most appealing midsize car in the J.D.Power and Associates 2006 Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study, which surveys owners on product features.The Fusion was second in the Midsize Car category in the 2006 Ideal Vehicle Awards survey conducted by AutoPacific, beaten out by the nearly identical Mercury Milan; the survey focuses on how close automakers came to meeting the desires of the vehicle's target audience.The Fusion won in the Medium Car segment, beating out the Honda Accord and new Volkswagen Jetta, in Strategic Vision's Total Quality Study, which looks at things gone right, things gone wrong and dealership experiences after 90 days of ownership.Hide Full Review