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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.

One car was purchased by an 86-year-old man.

The cars all traveled on the same train.

Several models are affected, from Fiesta ST to Lincoln MKZ.

Over 200,000 cars included in each recall.

The list includes the Ford GT, Mustang, and Fusion.

This recall only affects passenger side airbags.

It just looks like roof rails and extra mirrors.

Look for the car at CES and NAIAS in January.

Facility aims to help the company collaborate with automakers and suppliers.

Here's why it makes sense for Uber to focus on The Motor City.

Uber's self-driving vehicles have been unleashed.

But it wasn't weird in the way you might think.

Is this the start of the autonomous age?

A good impression of German performance at a red-white-and-blue price.

It's stylish, has 325 horsepower and all-wheel drive, and uses an engine from a pickup truck. God bless America.

2017 'green' Fusions are especially popular in Southern California.

In California, car buyers do seem to like the Ford Fusion Hybrid and Eneri Plug-in Hybrid.

Prices start at $34,350, which is hilariously affordable for a 325-hp midsize sedan.

With 325 horsepower and 380 lb-ft of torque, the all-wheel-drive 2017 Ford Fusion Sport is a stunning performance bargain at $34,350.

Virtue without the virtue of displaying virtue.

The electrified Fusions get some updates for 2017.

The big goal for Ford on this refresh is: Don't. Screw. It. Up. It hasn't. This is a sweet natured car with a good ride and an interior that's easy to like.

This sedan can drive past a drug lab and report it.

It's like a modern version of Robocop's Taurus.

Forget the new Fusion Sport revealed in Detroit this week. The most potent new Fusion is the stock car set to make its NASCAR debut at Daytona next month.

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