- January 1, 2009
2010 Ford Fusion
The Taurus had done that for Ford, but then they began to focus only on trucks and converted the Taurus into a real jelly bean.
Now in this recession stricken world, the 2010 Ford Fusion seems to do something remarkable for Ford once again.
The Ford Fusion has what most of people require from a car, as it’s a simple functional car that has a trunk and four doors.
Ford seems to adopt the same and highly efficient engines with six-speed conductions for all versions front as well as all-wheel drive.
The car has new sheetmetal which gives it a sharper and the newest curbside appeal that makes it a lot more attractive the leaders in this segment.
This new sheetmetal covers the three choices of three petrol engines and a hybrid electric powertrain for you.
The 2.5-liter with 175-horsepower is being considered favorite for many, as it’s only Fusion that has a manual conduction and a six-speed gearbox, while the 240-horsepower 3.0 V6 and 263-horsepower 3.5 V6 only have six-speed automatic conductions.
Its sport model is also available that has been powered with a 3.5-liter V6 six-speed automatic transmission and has quite responsive suspension and more sporty wheels.
When driving on canyon roads, the four-cylinder with a manual transmission can also be the choice of many, as it’s not quite expensive too.
It is obvious that the simpler, the better and especially in these days of economic worries, a car with simple functionality may help to get some good sum. That’s why a right car at right time is quite essential.