Ford Fusion

Ford Fusion

One of the customized Ford models presented at Los Angeles Auto was a Fusion with Galpin Auto Sport. A performance suspension keeps the 19-inch wheels and Nitto Invo tires glued to the road. Inside, a Katzkin leather interior, features a six-point roll cage, leather and suede steering wheel and GAS custom audio system.

For 2008, the Ford Fusion gets a Sport Appearance Package that helps it stand out from the pack, both inside and out. Available on the SE and SEL models, the new package lets Fusion owners add custom details to make their favorite car look even better.

Ford unveiled today the specifications for the 2008 Fusion with anti-lock brakes and Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) now standard, five new colors and a new Sport Appearance Package.

The 2007 Ford Fusion Ford Fusion emerged the winner in key areas like “styling,” “handling” and “fun to drive” after a head-to-head comparison test with Japanese sedans organized for subscribers by Car and Driver magazine. Now, Ford is making the results the centerpiece of a major, national marketing campaign for the car. “In its first year, the Ford Fusion has been recognized by third parties like J.D. Power and Associates, Smart Smart Money magazine, Strategic Vision Vision and the New York Times for its styling, (...)
The Ford Fusion begins its sophomore season with another honor today as it receives the "Family Car of the Year" award from the New England Motor Press Association. The trophy is given during the Boston Auto Show media luncheon at the Bayside Expo Center. “Put it this way: If you were a teenager looking to borrow the ’family’ car," says Ezra Dyer, president, New England Motor Press Association, "you’d be pretty psyched it if that car was a Fusion." The NEMPA jury noted (...)

Several tricked-out Ford Fusions will be on display next week at the 2006 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas, where 2,000 specialty-equipment and new-vehicle manufacturers will gather to unveil new customization trends and technology.

The Ford Fusion continues to build momentum and excitement in the midsize sedan segment. More than 112,000 Fusions have been sold in the first nine months of 2006, fueled by award-winning quality, outstanding value and spirited driving dynamics. This week, Fusion builds on that success with the arrival of the segment’s only all-wheel-drive system and an additional $1,000 worth of standard equipment. In addition, this week Fusions will arrive at an unexpected place: McDonald’s(r), in the form (...)

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