2008 Ford Fusion include keyless entry via a keypad and ambient lighting for the interior configurable to seven colors. A Sport Appearance Package will add a black chrome grille, 18-inch wheels, chrome exhaust tips, sport-tuned suspension, and sharp-looking red seats. The high bonnet-line, beefy bumpers and large block-like headlamps give it the look of an off-roader, as do the pronounced wheelarches and a thick rubbing-strip across the lower body.
More spacious, Comfortable sitting, Powerful engine, Better ground clearance.
Low quality interior, High maintainence cost, No CD player, No air bags for both driver and passenger, No leather seats.
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Tough to Say what is missing in this car
By Kiran| September 03, 2012 | 2806 Views
I bought a Used Fusion of 1.4TDCI of 2007 modes7 months Back, which was clocked around 60K km's, and drivn almost 40000KM's in the last 7 Months. to my shocking the maintenance was almost '0'. and i love people looking at my car, and the feeling is really great....i dont know why Ford has discontinued the same. New cars like ERTIGA, DUSTER copied simply the style and other features of Fusion and people are really mad behind these cars. If Ford ha... Read Full Review
THE SUPERB VEHICLE WITH NO REAL EQUIVALANET IN THE CLASS--FORD SHOULD BRING IT BACK
By AJIT| February 01, 2012 | 2583 Views
Comfort---- THE BEST
Pickup-- GRAND. NO NEED TO FREQUENT GEAR CHANGE CAN DRIVE WITH SPEED 25 TO 125 IN 4TH GEAR
Mileage- 10-12 CITY & 14-18 ON HIGHWAY WITH AC ON AT SPEED 90 TO 140 KM/HR
Best Features-- LIGHTING INSIDE, STORAGE CUBBY POCKETS,ADJUSTABLE STG, MULTI FN REMOTE KEY
Needs to improve--PANEL GAPS, BONNET CLOSING, PLASTIC FITMENTS
ALL THE VEHICLES LAUNCHED AFTER 2010 HAVE COPIED SIMPLY FUSION FE... Read Full Review
All of few select
By SSB| February 28, 2011 | 1796 Views
Look and Style This is a great car. Do not understand why Ford did not market it properly, really that power and performance in a small car is great. No complains (except expensive maintenance and steering heavy) for last 3 years.
Ford:- Bring back this in market ..it is a great car... Read Full Review
Ford and GM Join Hands to Develop 9- and 10-speed Transmissions
Posted On | April 18, 2013 | 2398 Views
Ford and General Motors shakes hand to design and develop a completely new pair of new automatic transmissions. The reason behind this decision is to counter the increasing competition to offer highly efficient automatic transmissions. We last seen Land Rover showcased its 9-speed transmission, which was jointly developed with ZF and so did Jeep with its 2014 Grand Cherokee. Now, Ford and GM in conjunction ready to develop the 9 or 10 speed automatic transmissions, in a fastest and a cost effective way. Media reports suggest that, the two auto-giants have already started the work on new 9- and 10-speed transmissions, which would be used in their future vehicles. Read Full News