Ford Fusion 2014

September 11, 2013
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Ford Fusion 2014

Ford Fusion 2014

Quite literally, the Ford Fusion has something for everyone.

The 2014 Ford Fusion has already won the midsize sedan beauty contest, strutting out like a car that costs tens of thousands more.

What’s even more fun than staring at it, however, is watching the Ford Fusion prove itself worthy of our imagination in so many other ways that go far beyond skin deep. For starters, the other top dogs in this class — Toyota Camry, Honda Accord, Nissan Altima, and Chevrolet Malibu — don’t offer all-wheel drive as a possibility. The Ford Fusion is also one of the sportiest handlers of the bunch, and if your peace of mind is mpg-dependent, finding a midsize 4-door that can beat the Ford Fusion Hybrid’s 47 mile-per-gallon (mpg) figure is a pipe dream. Ford Fusion pricing lands right on top of the 2014 midsize class leaders, so you won’t find a shocking bargain, but you will be driving a car that feels more luxurious than the other players in the game.

Ford Fusion 2014

Ford Fusion 2014

Driving It

Our review of the 2014 Ford Fusion testifies reassuringly that a family car need not be yawn-inspiring: “If there is one area in which the 2014 Ford Fusion shines, it’s the car’s athletic driving character. The base 2.5-liter 4-cylinder isn’t going to win you any drag races, but even at that level, the Ford Fusion‘s excellent suspension setup gives it small-car handling in a big package. Move up to the 1.5-liter and 1.6-liter turbo engines and your inner enthusiast will be most pleased, especially considering you can still get a manual transmission on the SE model. But, it’s the 2.0-liter turbo with its 240 horsepower that will make the most ardent V6 fan capitulate to this engine’s superiority.”

Ford Fusion 2014

Ford Fusion 2014

The answer to life, the universe and everything: 47 mpg

When the Environmental Protection Agency gives you credit for achieving 47 mpg in the city and on the open road, you’ve got some pretty strong bragging rights. The $27,000 Ford Fusion Hybrid owns those rights, plus an easy-going nature, so if only filling up once a week for your 120-mile round-trip daily commute sounds like heaven, well then, welcome to heaven powered by regular fuel. And if your drive to work is shorter and saner, the Ford Fusion Energi — a plug-in hybrid (meaning you can plug it in and charge it for short trips like a pure electric car, and/or also run it like a regular gasoline-powered hybrid) — will take you 21 miles on electric power alone, and you’ll almost never have to see a fuel pump.

Ford Fusion 2014 Interior

Ford Fusion 2014 Interior

You Can Afford a Ford Fusion

Kicking off at a few thin hairs under $23,000, the 2014 Ford Fusion knows its way around affordable elegance. From there, the pricing, standard-equipment and options story stretches all the way up to about $40,000 for the Fusion Energi plug-in hybrid and about the same for a Ford Fusion Titanium model with all the goodies and all-wheel drive. To equip and price the Fusion that’s going to make you glad to be alive and driving — and to find out the exact real-world price based on your location — visit the Ford Fusion pricing area for pricing on new Fusion and Fusion Hybrid models, and the Ford Fusion Energi pricing area for pricing on the Fusion Energi plug-in hybrids.

Ford Fusion 2014 Engine

Ford Fusion 2014 Engine

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