The good news for Ford is that its all-new 2013 Fusion mid-size sedan is a strong nominee for 2013 North American Car of the Year (NACTOY), which is resolute a jury of 50 veteran North American auto press and will be proclaim on January 14 at the Detroit North American International Auto Show.
A Glance of Power:
It is the first and only access to offer a option of three gasoline engines: a normally-aspirated 2.5-liter 4-cylinder and two (1.6-liter and 2.0-liter) direct-infused, turbocharged EcoBoost fours -- along with fusion and plug-in hybrid description.
The 2013 Fusion's base 175-hp 2.5-liter four is EPA velocity at 22 mpg city, 34 thoroughfare and 26 mutual, while the 184-horse 1.6-liter EB four -- with an repeated stop/start characteristic that saves fuel by conclusion down the engine when the car is congested, then resume it when the brake pedal is free is good for 23/36/28 with the 6-speed automatic. The most fuel competent non-hybrid Fusion is the 1.6-liter, 6-speed physical EB four at 25/37/29. The front-drive 270-hp 2.0-liter EB four (with a paddle-shifted 6-speed automatic) brings 22/33/26 mpg and a still reputable 22/31/25 with obtainable all-wheel-drive.
Features of This Car:
This all-new Fusion offers a great assortment of obtainable driver-assistance and expediency features, many bases on sensors, cameras and radar that enable the car to see and react before you do. It can help uphold proper lane situation, regulate your speed to traffic conditions, recognize and guide you into appropriate parking spaces, and supply a second set of eyes when support out of a parking space with hindered visibility.