When it debuted in 2006 the Ford Fusion was nothing less than a landmark car for the company, with its spacious cabin, great driving dynamics, and solid build quality endearing it to the car-buying public. While the newest generation Fusion is one hot model, all used Fusion models are attractive choices for anyone looking for a well-equipped, comfortable family sedan.
The 2011 Ford Fusion model was available in four trim levels, ranging from a standard family sedan to a sporty sedan featuring a sport-tuned suspension and steering setup. A long list of standard and available features can also be found on 2011 Fusion models.
•Standard 2.5-Liter 4-cylinder engine
•Available 3.5-Liter V6
•Full power accessories
•AM/FM/CD with MP3 playback stereo system
•16-inch painted alloy wheels
•Cruise control with steering wheel-mounted controls
•4-wheel anti-lock brake system
•Front and rear head airbags and dual front side-mounted airbags
•Tire pressure monitoring, traction and stability control, and electronic brake force distribution
The first-generation Ford Fusion was built standard with a five-speed manual transmission, but the available five-speed automatic became much more popular. In 2007 additional features were added to the Fusion like standard front seat airbags and side curtain airbags and optional navigation system and satellite radio, as well as all-wheel drive.