More standard equipment still makes the 2019 Fusion a relative bargain.
Ford Fusion News
These are grim times for car sales in the United States as crossovers, SUVs and pickups command the attention of buyers, and now a report from the Wall Street Journal suggests that General Motors and Ford are both planning to axe slow-selling nameplates from their lineups.
While its long-term future remains uncertain, Ford signaled that it isn't giving up yet on its best-selling car when it unveiled the 2019 Fusion on Tuesday. But the refreshed midsize sedan, along with the 2018 EcoSport compact crossover before it, also illustrate the first attempts by the company to limit complexity by drastically lowering the number of buildable configurations.
Details about the 2019 Ford Fusion were released today ahead of its official release next week at the New York Auto Show. The styling has been refreshed ever-so-slightly, but the big news comes on the equipment front.
For the first time since this generation of Mazda6 was introduced, Mazda is offering the 6 with a more powerful optional engine. It's a 2.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder available on the three highest trims: Grand Touring, Grand Touring Reserve and Signature. This new engine offering means Mazda can more directly compete with the rest of the midsize family sedan market, the vast majority of which have at least two engine options, if not more. So we decided it was a good time to see just how w
It affects 2014 to 2018 models.
Don't plan the funeral yet. There's still a lot we don't know about Ford's plans.
The Ford Fusion Energi gets dressed up as the Special Service Plug-In Hybrid Sedan for police and government officials.
There's new turbocharged power and standard active safety equipment.
The shutdowns will affect 15,000 people.
This is the third set of Fords found with marijuana in the past three months.
According to authorities, over $1.4 million worth of weed was found in Fusions that went to Minnesota. Now the exact same thing has happened, but this time in Ohio and Pennsylvania.
About $1 million worth of weed was in the Fusions.
The cars all traveled on the same train.
Over 200,000 cars included in each recall.