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2019 Ford Fusion

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MSRP* $22,840 - $40,015
Invoice* $21,927 - $38,014

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City 17 - 23 MPG Hwy 26 - 34 MPG

Safety Rating

  • Overall Safety:
    5 stars
  • Frontal Crash:
    4 stars
  • Side Crash:
    5 stars

Vehicle crash and safety data is provided by NHTSA, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. NHTSA testing was established by Congress to reduce highway deaths and injuries.

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Overall Rating:
4.5 (out of 5)
Value 4.5
Exterior 4.8
Interior 4.8
Comfort 4.7
Performance 4.7
Reliability 4.7
Ford Fusion EV

by kurt M. from Boston, Ma | March 27, 2020

Ford fusion is one of the best sedan out there. I really considering buying ford fusion but currently i'm looking into electric vehicle for economical reason and environmental. if you own electric vehicle you don't have to go to gas station change oil or worried about transmission EV is truly the future and it would be nice to drive Fusion EV

Only 1 issue

by Long commuter from Alsip,IL | March 24, 2020

This has been a pretty good car despite one common issue. The cvt trans starts to shifts hard after a few months of driving and Ford isn't working on fixing this issue in any of their vehicles which is the same for all car companies with bad cvt's my Camry and 2018 Accords trans began to shift hard as well but usually Ford would attempt to fix it as they did for me in the past but Bill Kay Ford isnt a good dealership so they are playing the same games as Toyota and Honda by refusing to diagnose and fix the issue or admit that it just can't get any better from a cvt. This is still a better car than the others I've owned and I'm glad to have a safer, more reliable vehicle that doesn't have build quality issues. There are aftermarket parts that fix the trans and I'll be installing them since Ford isn't paying attention to whats wrong. The rear trans mount isn't durable and starts to allow too much engine movement, so a few companies have created a better mount which turns this car into a diamond in the rough.

Driving fusion se as rental

by steelo1117 from lexington,ky | March 04, 2020

I miss my car, which is a 2019 Jetta S which is being repaired after a hit and run. Yes, it's in a smaller class but it feels way more refined and comfortable. First off, the interior of the Fusion just feels 'clunky' I especially dislike the 'playskool' speedometer (that looks like it belongs in a car from 1995) In conjunction with the digital tach, it just doesn't look right. The seats are relatively comfortable but I feel like I'm sitting on the floor. I have yet to discover how to slide the driver seat forward as it appears to be all electric. I believe this version has the 1.5T engine and it feels like a dog compared to my Jetta. It gets off the line fairly well, but it feels like there's almost nothing left once you exceed 50-60 mph. Finally, the infotainment system just feels clunky. I sometimes like to sit in my car on lunch and listen to the radio without the engine running. Well, this car automatically shuts everything off after 5 minutes. It would have been nice if the accessories remained on longer if it sensed an occupant. Not terribly impressed and definitely wouldn't buy

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2019 Ford Fusion Overview

Ford's Fusion mid-size sedan gets a mild-refresh for 2019. The lineup is simplified, as well: Gas versions are available in S, SE, SEL, Titanium and Sport trims; hybrids in SE, SEL and Titanium; and the plug-in hybrid Energi models in SEL and Titanium.

The SEL trim returns for 2019, replacing the SE Luxury Package from previous model years. It comes standard with a 10-way power driver's seat with memory settings, keyless access with remote start and LED headlights among other upscale features. Hybrid SEL models add a voice-activated touchscreen with navigation.

The exterior changes to the Fusion are minor; put the 2019 Fusion side-by-side with the 2018 and you'll be hard-pressed to notice many differences. The most notable changes are revamped front foglights and changes to the front grille: Titanium models get a chrome mesh while lower trims get a chrome five-bar design. In the rear, the trunk lid has been redesigned and the taillights are now LEDs.

Interior changes are even less significant than the exterior updates. Buyers of the 2019 Fusion will be able to build a car with new colors on the inside.

Under the Hood
The Fusion's gas-engine lineup remains unchanged with a selection of four-cylinder engines, including a 175-horsepower 2.5-liter; a 181-hp, turbocharged 1.5-liter; and a 245-hp, turbocharged 2.0-liter. That's in addition to the Fusion Sport's bonkers 325-hp, turbocharged EcoBoost V-6 making 380 pounds-feet of torque. The Energi plug-in hybrid will have a more powerful battery without changing the size of the battery pack, resulting in what sounds like a massive increase of nearly 20 percent in battery-only range; unfortunately, 25 miles of range is only slightly more than the outgoing model's 20-mile range.


Ford will offer its new Co-Pilot360 Protect driver-assistance system across all trim levels of the Fusion, taking a cue from competitors like Toyota that make safety systems standard. Co-Pilot360 Protect includes automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, blind spot warnings, lane keep assist, a rear backup camera and automatic high-beam headlights. Upgrading to the optional Co-Pilot360 Assist adds adaptive cruise control that works down to a full stop.

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