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Ford Fusion

In 2005, the Ford Motor Company introduced the Fusion, a gasoline-electric hybrid vehicle. The Ford Fusion is currently in its second generation. Size-wise, the Fusion is a mid-sized sedan, larger than the compact Focus but smaller than the full-sized Taurus. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the 2010 model can go up to 700 miles on one tank of fuel. Kelley's Blue Book listed the 2010 Ford Fusion as one of its "Top Ten Green Cars."

Initially, there were three variants available, identified as the S, SE and SL. The entry-level model offered a 160 horsepower, 2.3 liter Duratec and customer's choice of five-speed manual or automatic transmission. The next two models were equipped with a 221 horsepower Duratec V6, mated to a six-speed automatic transmission. Initially, the Ford Fusion did well against its foreign-built competitors. Based on tests published in Car and Driver and Road and Track, it came out on top of the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord in terms of handling, performance and even appearance.

The second generation came out in 2007. That year, Ford offered all-wheel drive on models equipped with V6 engines. Standard safety equipment was upgraded to include side airbags and curtains for front seat passengers. Purchases of the higher-end models were offered the option of Sirius Satellite Radio and auxiliary input jacks for personal audio devices. The following year, Ford added anti-lock brakes and a tire air pressure monitoring system. An earlier DVD navigation system was upgraded to a voice-command system. In 2009, electronic stability control was made an available option.

2010 saw some major upgrades for the Fusion. In order to save on fuel, V6 models were equipped with adaptive knock control (spark timing) and a deceleration fuel cutoff system. Inside, drivers were treated to a new option: a high-tech 8" screen navigation control system.

In terms of safety, the Ford Fusion has gotten consistently high marks from both the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The NHTSA gives four to five stars in every teat category, while the IIHS rates the Fusion "Acceptable" to "Good" in every category except for side impacts on models lacking side airbags. Ford Motors got into a bit of legal trouble in 2012 when Consumer Reports discovered that the company's claims of the Fusion's fuel economy had been exaggerated. Eventually, Ford found itself defending itself in a class-action lawsuit; after reviewing several other hybrids, Consumer Reports determined that the Fusion had the worst fuel economy of any similar model.

Despite this, there have been few complaints about the Ford Fusion from automobile consumers. One of the major issues involves the automatic transmission; a number of owners have noted harsh or delayed shifting. On lower-mileage vehicles, the fix can be as simple as upgrading the powertrain control module software. However, as the miles registered on the odometer increase, it may require Ford Fusion OEM parts such as a new valve body - or even a complete transmission. 2007 Ford Fusion parts as well as those for subsequent years can be purchased at a discount through

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