No they're not changing any of the performance or looks. But Ford is altering what kind of options and colors they'll offer with the new Fusion sedan by asking customers what they really want. This is instead of relying on buying data that some experts call suspect. Ford is learning. The Five Hundred was more popular with AWD than they expected and the Mazda 6 four-cylinder model went mostly untouched on lots. Cheers to Ford for trying to get things right the first time around. Now about that Five Hundred interior…
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