The Ford Fusion received its last redesign three years ago in 2013. This redesign was so beneficial to the Fusion that it jumped from the middle of the pack all the way to the top, competing neck-and-neck with other midsize sedans in its class. Now, in 2016, the Fusion keeps with its golden formula from three years previous. Consumers swoon over its refined ride, excellent handling, and engine that's not only peppy, but fuel efficient. Consumers also fawn over the Fusion's exterior styling that's no doubt engaging and an upscale interior that's loaded with high-tech features. With all of these qualities, and more, the 2016 Ford Fusion continues to be a desirable choice.
|Engine Size:||2.5 L|
|Fuel Economy:||22/34 mpg|
The 2016 Ford Fusion shows off a lineup that offers a range of equipment and features that help ensure consumers find their perfect match. From the base-level S to the top-of-the-line Titanium, consumers will be awarded with a lengthy list of content from the most entry-level items like full power accessories and cruise control to the most upscale perks like adaptive cruise control and heated steering wheel.
Consumers that love a sedan, but want a bit more in terms of pep, the Fusion Titanium meets even the highest of expectations. It first proves it allure with a turbocharged 2.0-liter engine that provides good driver engagement behind the wheel. It's also a top consumer choice for its large, 18-inch wheels and sport-tuned suspension. Sport front seats add to the Fusions overall appeal, as does its premium 12-speaker Sony sound system and HD radio. Other consumer favorites include keyless ignition and entry and remote start.
Ford puts safety first to ensure consumers are at their safest on the road. Drivers are given true confidence behind the wheel of the 2016 Fusion with its impressive list of safety features that don't miss a beat in safety – even if the driver does. Standard on all models of the Fusion is the Ford Sync System, which includes an emergency crash notification feature that automatically dials 911 in the events of a crash. Also standard is Ford's MyKey system, which allows certain boundaries to be set for secondary drivers, such as new teen drivers.
Consumers are also pleased by the Fusion's optional safety feature list that allows the ability to pick and choose exactly what systems they want. Options include:
All occupants aboard the 2016 Fusion will find comfort in knowing that crash tests provide this sedan to be very durable. In government crash testing, it received top scores in all categories, including frontal-impact and side-impact protection, and overall protection.