Ramsey Corp.
2038 Route 23 North
West Milford, NJ 07480

(973) 492-5157

2016 Ford Fusion SE

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MPG:
city / hwy
Style:
SE 4dr Sedan
Engine:
V6 F DOHC 24V / ALL WHEEL DRIVE I4
Transmission:
Automatic 6-Speed
Fuel:
Gasoline
Drivetrain:
FWD
Condition:
Used
Exterior Color:
Blue
Interior Color:
Black
Interior Fabric:
Stock:
11975NG
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Ramsey Corp is HOME OF THE AUTO LOAN SPECIALIST ! This vehicle INCLUDES AN ALLSTATE 6 MONTH WARRANTY extended warranties available. FAMILY OWNED, NO COMMISSION SALES, NATIONWIDE SHIPPING RATES. Xenon Headlamps Rear Parking Camera 2016 FORD FUSION SE 3FA6P0H76GR358405 SEDAN 4 DR 2.5L I4 F DOHC 16V FRONT WHEEL DRIVE The Ford Fusion is an undeniably stylish, athletic, fun-to-drive midsize sedan, but its interior appointments won’t match its exterior panache unless you’re ready to open your wallet. Ford’s popular Fusion midsize sedan received a big makeover for 2013, adopting styling directly influenced by Aston Martin coupes. It’s a rare flash of hot and sassy style in a sea of gray and boring midsize sedans, the rest of which are designed to be inoffensive and conservative. America seems to prefer consistency over uniqueness in everything from hamburgers to family sedans. Switching to a global chassis for that redesign made the Fusion a completely different car, so it hasn’t been updated all that much for the 2015 model year (compare 2014 and 2015 models here ). But that’s OK, as the 2015 Fusion is still one of the newest, freshest entries on the market. But is it good enough to wrest sales from the perennially popular Toyota Camry, Honda Accord and Nissan Altima? Exterior Styling Few people would disagree: The Fusion is a very attractive car. Admittedly, higher-spec trim levels with bigger wheels and more chrome tend to look better, but even lower trims like my SE test vehicle — with its squinty headlights, big grille and shapely body — look good compared with the painfully generic Camry, Altima and Accord. It’s long and low, and while that looks great for styling purposes, it does require something of a compromise on interior headroom and outward visibility. Seventeen-inch wheels are standard on the Fusion SE, as is a bright exhaust tip, but there isn’t much additional flash on this midlevel trim. It’s a good thing the styling doesn’t really require any. How It Drives Out on the road, the Fusion’s European influence really shines through. This is a car meant to appeal to buyers around the world, and in other nations buyers tend to like their cars tighter, sportier and with better feedback than most American-style vehicles. As such, the Fusion is quick, with handling that’s responsive and decidedly sportier than most cars in its class. Despite that firm handling, though, the Fusion’s ride doesn’t suffer. It’s still well-damped over bumps and broken pavement, revealing a sophistication that’s lacking from a lot of vehicles that cost more than the Fusion. During our 2015 $27,000 Midsize Sedan Challenge , many editors were surprised at the Fusion’s athleticism and found themselves driving faster than they thought they were, thanks to the car’s confidence-inspiring chassis, steering and strong brakes. From a powertrain standpoint, there was less consensus on the Ford’s abilities. Standard in the Fusion SE is a 175-horsepower, 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, but my test car had the optional 181-hp, turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder EcoBoost engine. If you require more power, a 231-hp, turbocharged 2.0-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder is available. If maximum fuel economy is more your thing, a 141-hp, 2.0-liter four-cylinder is available in a gas-electric hybrid model. Opinions of the 1.5-liter EcoBoost’s performance differed. I and several other editors found it perfectly adequate to the task of getting the Fusion around with a modicum of speed, providing brisk acceleration, no noticeable turbo lag and decent fuel economy. But a few colleagues disagreed, finding it pokey and inadequate compared with similarly powerful engines in the much lighter Camry, Accord and Altima. (Most competitors, it seems, are lighter than the Fusion in our big comparison test, only the Chrysler 200 and Subaru Legacy outweighed it.) The reason for putting such a small engine in a hefty car like the Fusion is to boost fuel economy without sacrificing perfor

  • Intermittent Wipers
  • Front Wheel Drive
  • Power Windows
  • CD player
  • Tilt Steering
  • Power Steering
  • Power Seat
  • Alloy Wheels
  • Climate Control
  • Premium Audio
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