The Ford Fusion seats five, comfortably. The infotainment center has fewer features than many rivals, but is quite user friendly. The cabin is nice, but isn’t as upscale as many newer vehicles.
The trunk on the Fusion is large, which is great for grocery store runs, packing for a vacation or for your child’s sporting equipment.
On a drive, you will enjoy how quiet the ride is. While the trunk space is perfect for vacation, gas mileage is something you will want to take into consideration before hitting the road. The mpg on this car has a mid range rating also, getting 23 mpg city and 34 mpg highway. The base engine allows for an underwhelming acceleration.
Tech and Safety
Safety features include rear view camera, child safety lock, brake assist and so much more. FordPass Connect and Ford Sync are two tech features that will keep you entertained and safe. FordPass Connect connects the vehicle to the internet and provides the customer with Live Traffic information, and Wi-Fi Hotspot. Ford Sync is a communications and entertainment system that allows users to make hands-free telephone calls, control music and perform other functions with the use of voice commands.
If you are looking for a mid size sedan, taking a look at the Fusion will not be a waste of time. I do suggest that you take into consideration the lack of features it does have and decide if you can live without them. The interior is roomy, has enough technology and you will enjoy a smooth and quiet ride. If you don’t drive a lot and not too far, the MPG won’t shouldn’t be a deal breaker.