“Bold” is a word often used to describe the striking Ford Fusion.
This four door vehicle, which can seat up to 5 passengers, also happens to be eco-friendly, compact, and quite comfortable, making it an excellent choice for many drivers.
Be sure to review its specs to determine if it could be the car for you.
Anyone who wants to save both upfront and in the long-term will enjoy the Ford Fusion. This affordable vehicle gets a nice 21 MPG when driving in the city and 31 MPG on the highway.
TRANSMISSION AND ENGINE SPECS
Enjoy a 6-speed automatic transmission and an Unleaded I-4, 2.5 L engine.
Cruise with ease thanks to the rack-pinion steering and curb to curb turning diameter of 37.6 feet.
TIRE AND WHEEL SPECIFICS
The tires on the Ford Fusion are as sturdy and reliable as the vehicle itself, with a front tire size and wheel size of 16 X 16.5 inches. The rear tire size is P215/60HR16.
One downside, though, is that this vehicle does not come with a spare tire. It does, however, include a tire pressure monitor.
The Ford Fusion comes fully equipped with a Strut suspension type.
Featuring a surprisingly roomy front seat, the Ford Fusion offers 392 inches of front headroom, 578 inches of shoulder room, 44.3 inches of legroom, and 55 inches of hip room.
Moving to the backseat, there are 378 inches of headroom, 569 inches of shoulder room, 54.4 inches of hip room, and 38.3 inches of legroom.
An anti-lock braking system is just one of many features that helps to keep this vehicle and its passengers safe.
Drivers will also benefit from daytime running lights, traction control, a back-up camera, and stability control.
Full airbags, including front driver and passenger airbags, a front side head airbag, a front side-body airbag, and a rear side head airbag, are also included.
While the Ford Fusion might not look like it has much towing power, it’s more capable than it might seem at first glance. With a dead weight hitch, it has a maximum tongue weight of 100 pounds and a maximum trailer weight of 1000 pounds.
With a weight distributing hitch, the maximum tongue weight is 100 pounds.