The 2011 Ford Fusion adds standard safety and convenience features. All-wheel drive is also available on Sport and SEL V6 models. Most buyers will opt for the 3.0-liter V6. With 240 hp, acceleration is brisk enough to tackle short freeway on-ramps and even provide a little fun. For a true sport sedan, check out the Sport with its 263-hp, 3.5-liter V6. This version's tighter suspension really transforms the Fusion into a great-handling car.
MyKey is now standard. It allows an owner to program certain driving limitations. A parent can use it to limit top speed as well as set audible reminders at certain speed intervals. Maximum audio volume can also be controlled. For parents with teen drivers, this feature should move the Fusion to the top of their shopping list.
The 2011 Fusion has a wide range of models and options. A bargain shopper could pay less than $20,000 for a modestly equipped base model, while a Sport version with a few options can top $30,000.
Class-leading communications and technology features, interesting design, and top-notch performance – the 2011 Ford Fusion is where it all comes together in what is nothing less than a terrific mid-size sedan.