2015 Ford Fusion
These features include the Terracotta package available on Fusion SE and Fusion Titanium, the new six-way power adjustable passenger seat standard on Fusion SE, a new 10-way power adjustable passenger seat standard on Fusion Titanium, and an all-wheel-drive version now available with 2.0-liter EcoBoost on Fusion SE.
Fusion is available with a choice of seven outstanding powertrains including two turbocharged and direct-injected EcoBoost engines, a naturally aspirated 2.5L engine, a hybrid electric and a plug-in hybrid in Fusion Energi plus available Auto Start-Stop and all-wheel-drive.
The 1.5-liter EcoBoost is at the heart of the Fusion engine lineup, featuring turbocharging, direct gasoline injection and twin independent variable camshaft timing.
Fusion remains one of the most technologically advanced cars in the segment offering an array of available driver-assist features including adaptive cruise control with forward collision warning, Blind Spot Information System with cross-traffic alert, active park assist and lane-keeping system.
The previously optional rear-view camera is now standard equipment. Fusion offers the latest iteration of Ford’s SYNC communications and entertainment system, which enables voice-activated communication through a driver’s mobile phone and interaction with the car’s audio system.
Interior surfaces are softer to the touch and interior and exterior gaps are minimized, while extra care has been taken to upholster or cover each edge and every surface a customer can touch.
Base model estimated miles per gallon: 22/34. Estimated starting price: $22,400.
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Compiled by Motor Matters