2020 is sadly the last model year for the Fusion. As Ford’s last remaining sedan it is the only option to stay with the Ford brand and still buy a sedan off the lot. This car has meant a lot to Ford over the years and while much has not changed with the Fusion in the last few model years it is still a great car to own and live with. Packed with all of the latest and greatest technology and safety features the Fusion is still a lot of car that won’t put a huge dent in your pocket. Let’s take our final look at the Ford Fusion.


The Ford Fusion is offered in a lot of different configurations from trims to engines and features. Starting with the S the entry-level trim you get only the 2.5L natural aspirated four-cylinder. This base model is also only offered with cloth seats and basic amenities like the smaller SYNC screen and only available in front-wheel drive. The SE is outfitted with the most popular engine in the Fusion line up, the 1.5L EcoBoost. This efficient engine will net you up to 23 city and 34 highway miles per gallon while churning out 181hp and 185lb.-ft. of torque. The SE is also available with the 2.0L and all-wheel drive optional. If you opt for the SE appearance package you get black-painted wheels, fog lamps, a rear spoiler, leather-wrapped steering wheel, and light putty interior. You can also outfit Ford Co-Pilot 360 assist package to the SE and SEL which features navigation with Sirius XM traffic and travel link and Adaptive Cruise Control. The SEL as covered in our video comes with the 1.5L EcoBoost as the only engine option. It does come with a premium audio system with 11 speakers, SYNC 3, and a remote start system. The Titanium comes with leather, a power moon roof, heated and cooled front seats, and a premium Sony 12 speaker audio system. The 2.0L EcoBoost is the base engine and can be had with front or all-wheel drive. This engine produces a hefty 245hp and 275lb.-ft. of torque. Expect 21 city/ 31 hwy/ 25 combined on the front-wheel-drive version. On the Hybrid side, you get the SE, SEL, Titanium and the Plug-in Hybrid Titanium. The Hybrid models net up to 43 city/ 41 hwy/ 42 combined and the plug-in can travel up to 26 miles on just electric power and nets 109 city/ 97 hwy/ 103 combined MPGe.

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All models come equipped with Ford Co-Pilot 360 suite of safety features standard. This includes the BLIS system which monitors your blind spots and cross-traffic while backing up. The Lane-Keeping System that warns of lane drift. A backup camera and auto high beam headlights. And Pre-Collision Assist with automatic emergency braking. SYNC 3 offers the ability to use voice commands to change radio stations, enter destinations and many other useful hands-free features. You can also pair your phone with Android Auto or Apple Car Play and use Waze as your standard navigation. With Ford Pass Connect you can use an in-vehicle Wi-Fi hotspot that is good for up to ten devices and can be used 50 feet away from the vehicle. And for those times you are away from your vehicle the Ford Pass app allows you to remotely start, lock and unlock your Fusion, set automatic start times, view fluid levels and service intervals, schedule service, find and pay for parking, and many other useful features.

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The Ford Fusion may be on its way out but now is the best chance to get on board with this amazing automobile brand new off the lot. The fusion promises to be a great buy for years to come on the pre-owned market as well as it is one of the best sedans you could own in a climate full of oversized SUVs. The best place to shop is Richmond Ford where we are Driven By You!

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