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The Ford Fusion has been a huge hit, the No. 1-selling domestic car in 2009
thanks to distinctive features, smart technology and exceptional quality and
satisfaction ratings. And, since Fusion offers something for everyone - a Hybrid
model that's America's most fuel-efficient midsize sedan, a Sport version and a
selection of gas-powered engines paired with six-speed transmissions - there's
no reason for midsize sedan shoppers to look anywhere else.
Fresh off its
record-breaking 2010 run, Fusion enters the 2011 model year with even more
safety, technology and convenience offerings, including MyKey, available
rain-sensing wipers and HD Radio. Integrated blind-spot mirrors have been added
to cars without the optional Blind Spot.
Information System (BLIS), and
the award-winning Ford SYNC communications and infotainment system can now be
integrated with the available touch-screen voice-activated navigation system.
New equipment groups include an available Luxury Package with either a
Ginger or Charcoal Black interior environment. Both envelop the driver in
premium leather trim with contrast stitching, unique dash and center stack
finishes, machined aluminum pedals and illuminated door sills.
available Comfort Package adds driver and passenger heated seats, ambient
lighting, a four-way power-adjustable passenger seat, dual-zone automatic
temperature control and heated mirrors with puddle lamps.
Fusion's exterior design gives the car a sporty, upscale
appearance along with aerodynamics that help reduce wind noise and improve fuel
economy. The car's front end sports a powerfully domed hood and aggressive
grille, while underbody treatments further boost Fusion's fuel economy. Overall,
Fusion is designed to appeal to customers eager for a fun-to-drive midsize
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