2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
I've been a Nissan and Honda lover for many years. Ford has finally done it right. Hopefully the dealerships won't overcharge the customers in going to Honda or Toyota. Bought the car for my daughter going to school. Her first car Nissan Versa was so cheap and rattled you to death. Our Pathfinder is wonderful but 12-14 miles per gallon is so costly. Here came Ford with a true mid size car for safety and super milage. And our 20 year old daughter loves it. She loves the stereo, bluetooth and all the modern 21st century stuff. She says it almost like our Maxima SE, except the leather. Except for our loaded Ford F-150 FX 4X4 she said she will never buy Ford. Guess what the Fusion is super.
The car must be a Honda. We own a 2009 Honda Accord EXL and the Fusion is so good. We love the dash, stereo and interior. The fog lights are so good. The ride on the highway is far beyond our past Fords
Dealerships not take advantage of the customer wanting to buy American. Small blind spot backing up. Not added sticker prices like Honda and Toyota. Toyota is now adding $4000 on their Pruis. You got to be kidding that people will pay $30000 for a base Toyota. Sell at invoice
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