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Car and Driver tested a 2013 Honda Accord V-6 to 60 in 5.6 seconds. C & D has a 2012 V-6 Camry SE at 5.8. http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/2013-honda-accord-sedan-v-6-test-review http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/toyota-camry-se-v6-road-test-review Edmunds has a 2.0 Fusion AWD making it to 60 in 6.9. http://www.edmunds.com/ford/fusion/2013/road-test-specs1.html
At this point each of the manufacturers of the top 4—Toyota, Honda, Nissan, and Ford—have the capacity to make at least 33,000 of their midsize model every month. And Toyota can make up to 40,000 Camrys each month. Bottom line: no one is selling as many as they can make at this point. I thought by now it might be closer to neck and neck, and that the Camry might be ... Read More
from auto news: Ford to idle Fusion plant in Michigan extra week in Dec. to curb supplies Nick Bunkley Twitter RSS feed Automotive News November 26, 2013 - 4:58 pm ET DETROIT -- Just three months after Ford Motor Co. started production of the Fusion mid-sized sedan at a second North American plant to keep up with demand, it already has more supplies of the car than it needs. A Ford ... Read More
The FFH is my first hybrid. I never even considered a hybrid before last year, and I still wouldn’t be caught dead in a Prius. But Ford has made me a convert by producing a hybrid disguised as one of the nicest looking, highest tech vehicles available. And it was within my $34K budget. How many times you may have to take a new vehicle back to the dealer to correct ... Read More
Personally, I would avoid the Fusion. My friend bought a 2013 Fusion Titanium. It has been back to the dealer at least three times for different issues. The "FUSION" badge on the trunk totally fell off. The front passenger seat stopped working (it stopped sliding.) The power steering failed and needed to be replaced (requiring a tow to the dealer, and then $2,000 in warranty work.) They are not pleased at ... Read More
I have noticed a lot of Fusions used as cabs here. There are two huge cab companies out of Arlington/ Falls Church, and their fleet of Crown Vic's were getting very long in the tooth. The Police Department in Fairfax County are now using Ford Taurussusses, and I think they look cool. I also know they have the SHO motor in them with 365 HP. Red Top already has 58 older ... Read More
You could cross shop the Cadenza and the Azera, but honestly push comes to shove the Avalon is getting better reviews, good resale value, a very pretty exterior, and a really swanky interior. The Fusion 2.0 E/B Titanium is really nice if you can haggle down to 29,990. I would not pay $33 k for it, especially when I just saw a 199/mo lease deal on the Fusion yesterday. Of course ... Read More
2014 Ford Fusion SE Gas 36mo, 10.5K/yr Residual is 58%... Hybrid residual is 59% I don't have the current money factors... In September, the gas model had a rate of 1.0%, but the Hybrid was 6.75%... no idea if those have changed for October.. regards, kyfdx
The old Mazda 3 started with the Euro Focus platform. The old Mazda 6 was it's own platform. Ford took that platform, widened and lengthened it slightly and that was the original Fusion platform (not 500). The new Mazda6 is an updated version of the Fusion's longer and wider platform but 100% Mazda. The 2013 Fusion uses a new platform based on the Euro Mondeo.
Hi there, I am trying to track down the lease rates on the Ford Fusion SE Gas and Ford Fusion SE Hybrid for October. 10,500 Miles - 36 months Money Factor? Residual? I'd like to understand the difference between the gas and hybrid from a MF and residual. Thanks!! Josh
I haven't seen Ford's warranty response to be any worse than other makes. They're pretty tight with the dealers/mechanics on labor times but not on denying warranty claims. There are some dealers who make it harder to submit a warranty claim but that's not something Ford can do anything about - just take it to another more reasonable dealer. I have 2 Fords with MFT - my daughter's 2012 Focus and ... Read More
When the current version of the Hyundai Sonata was introduced it was a game changer. Very hyeoksinjjeok. Since its introduction, many automakers have taken design cues from it. Currently the Ford Fusion is in that class leading design position and as their non-hybrid powertrains evolve it'll do even more damage to the other mid-sized sedan sales. Mazda continues to rival Ford and Hyundai-Kia in styling and creature features. A few ... Read More
This is a discussion about cars but ad348 seems to want to make it some sort of contest by offering unsubstantiated hyperbolic claims about Korean car makers and my presence here. f he wants to believe I’m anything other than a regular consumer, so be it. However, he has a demonstrated bias toward Hyundai-Kia as evidenced below: ab posted: “Hyundai USA has co-opted much of the automotive media so reviews are ... Read More
It was comfortable and the car rode well, but I thought it was a 2012 based on the improved interior comments I've been reading about the 2013. When I went around the back of the car, I realized it was a 2013, although I had some clues from some of the features, like the camera system. There is absolutely no style on the inside. It reminded me of a Ford 500. ... Read More
I am really ready for a Fusion SHO, which Ford should build promptly instead of wasting resources on the Taurus. I see very few Taurus's on the road these days. I remember the 1996 through 2004 Taurus sold like hotcakes. They were everywhere, but then in 2005, they disappeared, as Ford tried to move the Taurus up to full size. The nameplate has been struggling ever since. The Lincoln MK-S shares ... Read More
Hyundai was caught not following the EPA test procedures resulting in invalid EPA ratings. They Voluntarily sent checks because they had no other choice - the EPA would have probably fined them otherwise and it's good PR. Ford has never been caught with incorrect EPA ratings on the 2013 Fusion or CMAX hybrid. The EPA ratings on the Fusion hybrid are correct and has already been scrutinized by the EPA. The ... Read More
Response to ab348 complaint about MPG ratings: As to the mpg exaggeration, Hyundai Corp voluntarily - I’ll repeat that for emphasis - VOLUNTARILY sent 2011 and 2012 owners Visa cash cards based on their cars’ mileage. MPG estimates for the vastly improved 2013 also appear to be underrated and these cars do not qualify for rebates. More on that below. I do not recall Ford MC doing this when they also ... Read More
Here is what Edmund's had to say about the 2013 Sonata hybrid: "These updates should add up to a better Sonata Hybrid, but it's still facing stiff competition from the similarly priced 2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid (47 mpg combined EPA rating) and 2013 Toyota Camry Hybrid (41 mpg combined), which offer higher mpg ratings and a more refined driving experience. If the bottom line is important to you, keep in mind ... Read More
"In 11 years of driving on the interstate (I've logged 350k miles in those 11 years), I've never needed them. I can see a use if you have trouble turning your head over your shoulder, but it seems little bit like overkill to me. Now, back-up cameras I like. I wish I had one in my Ram!" I traded my 2007 Ford Explorer (from Hell) for a new 2012 Mazda CX-9 ... Read More
The Fusion hybrid does have one of the best mpg ratings but it does cost quite a bit more than the 4cyl as does the Camry. Consumer Reports really likes it too. The MKZ hybrid is not as good deal a deal as the Ford. I'm sure Honda will price their hybrid just as high as Toyota whenever it finally arrives. However, Sonata hybrids can be had for about the same ... Read More
The Camry seems all but certain to win the midsize sales race for 2013. Here's where things stand for the first seven months of this year: Camry: 242,406 Accord: 218,367 Altima: 197,321 Fusion: 181,668 But Ford is ramping up Fusion production in Flat Rock, and next year will have the capacity to make 100,000 Fusions there to add to the 350,000 already made in Mexico. Nissan also has the capacity to ... Read More
I like the Fusion (it wouldn't be on my short list if I didn't), but I couldn't disagree with you more on the new Accord. While the Fusion is a better driver's car overall (I've driven several 2013s - even a 1.6L Ecoboost with a manual), the manual equipped Accord is a much faster ride (and in real world driving, I suspect it would also get better mileage than than Fusion ... Read More
They weren't that fond of every element of the Fusion's interior. Again, it's a very good car, but saying it's better than an Accord is a matter of opinion. Car and Driver ranked the Accord above the Fusion. But then again Car and Driver also ranked the brand-new Mazda6 above even the Accord! "...Packaging is the Fusion’s biggest weakness. Somehow, it has the longest wheelbase by 1.8 inches and ties with ... Read More
I second the comments from acdii - I am pretty sure you were not driving a Titanium Hybrid. I have yet to find any on a dealer lot, and I just finished several weeks of research, finally purchasing a Hybrid SE one week ago. Dealers have ordered them, but actual sightings are extremely rare. Not one of the 6 dealers I checked with could tell me when one would come in. ... Read More
I agree with everything Lucien4 has said. I passed a brand new ES300 on my way home last night and, although I know I'm prejudice, it is a very bland vehicle. You would give up the push button start and Sony stero by not selecting the Titanium trim, but the SE will give you the Dune interior (which I wouldn't live without) and much better looking Luxury wheels. So far, the ... Read More
Took my Mom's Fiesta in for an oil change and while I was waiting I grabbed a Ford financial report. It did mention some 2013 models in it. One interesting thing I noticed was that the Mondeo, Euro version of Fusion, is available with the 2.0 Ecoboost and a 6 speed manual trans.
I was wondering if you had the residual value/money factor for a ford fusion SE in the Dayton Ohio area (45342): 15K/year for 3 years for the 2013 and 2014 models. Thank you!
What, pray tell, is going on here? 2013 Honda Accord 2014 Mazda6 2013 Ford Fusion 2013 VW Passat 2013 Kia Optima 2013 Nissan Altima 2013 Hyundai Sonata ... all better cars than the Camry, IMO. Heck, maybe even the Malibu is a better car than the Camry!
Here you go bachulaw. Ford Credit's June buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Fusion Titanium AWD with 12,000 miles per year in New York are 1.0% and 59%. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Hi michigander3. Ford Credit's June base lease rate and residual value for a 24-month lease of a 2013 Fusion SE with 10,000 mies per year in the Los Angeles region are 1.0% and 59%. There is a $250 cash incentive on leases of this car in your area. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Hi hockeymom1712. Ford Credit's June base lease rate and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Fusion SE with 15,000 miles per year in the Washington DC region are 1.0% and 56%. Ford is providing a $250 cash incentive on leases of this car in your area right now. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Hi atk3. Ford Credit's June base lease rate and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Fusion Titanium Energi with 12,000 miles per year in the Los Angeles region are 3.25% and 54%. There is a $3,750 cash incentive on leases of this car right now. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Hi casmn. Ford Credit's June base lease rate and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Fusion Hybrid SE with 12,000 miles per year in the Twin Cities region are 5.25% and 57%. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Does anyone know the June Money Factor and Residual Value % on a 2013 Ford Fusion SE? Thank you very much.
Hi car man, Can you provide the June residual and money factor for a 2013 ford fusion energi titanium for 36 months/12,000 miles in the Los Angeles area? Thanks!
suydam wrote: "This a new test and few cars have been subjected to it yet. Only those redesigned this year will be able to pass it. It is not a reason to avoid the Camry. There are others of course! " I don't think you're quite right about a few things. The test isn't that new, a lot of cars at this point have been tested, and most have passed. Only ... Read More
I've got a 2013 Fusion and have experienced the same thing. Try experimenting with lowering various windows. I have a sunroof and usually drive with it cracked open and the right rear window down. The air gets sucked in the back window and swirls around to the left side and forward, then out the roof. It provides a nice breeze. I do the exact same thing in my '09 Sonata GLS ... Read More
It has been difficult to find the realistic price for the fusion hybrid se. I am looking at hybrid se and hybrid titanium, without color upcharge (ruby red..,) I am now trying to find the most common build, with the features I want: feature - msrp leather and heated seats (luxury pkg505a) 2260 My touch tech package - 895 reverse sensing - 295 nav - 795 (don't want, but is mostly ... Read More
I've got a 2013 Fusion and have experienced the same thing. Try experimenting with lowering various windows. I have a sunroof and usually drive with it cracked open and the right rear window down. The air gets sucked in the back window and swirls around to the left side and forward, then out the roof. It provides a nice breeze.
I feel badly for you to have discovered this wuh-whumping sound in your new car. It is the type of thing that is easy to not discover during a (sometimes too short) test drive. As others have noted, it is a far too common anomaly among many vehicles in the last decade plus. Among the many suggestions of trying different windows and measurements raised lowered and combos, try also different speeds ... Read More
I see you edited your post since I first read it. I was going to question your findings with your Matrix, saying that the front windows down cause the wuh-whumping sound and to try lowering the rear windows instead. This is exactly opposite of what I found on my 2003 Matrix. (no roof rack or rear spoiler). When the rear windows (only) were lowered from about 1.5" and more, the farther ... Read More
I have never heard of anyone having problems like this. Take it to dealer service, have the mechanic pull all four wheels and look at the brakes with him. Then have the mechanic take a ride with you so he can also experience your wind issues.
scwmcan is correct. This noise occurs in every modern car (2000+) I've driven. I just open one of the rear windows a bit and it corrects the annoying...pulsating sound. The brake rotors at 400 miles sounds like a problem...and the vibrating as well. I've warped rotors on a very hot day driving through a puddle (central TX summer), but I imagine at this time of year in NY you wouldn't have ... Read More
I've found that opening the passenger front window to varying degree plus the driver's rear window (again to varying degree) provides good flow-through ventilation with minimal noise and wind buffeting of the driver. It's worked on lots of cars over the years. Try it and experiment.
We own a 2011 Sonata 2.0T and a 2014 Mazda 6. BOTH cars have that same "chopper blade" sound when you only have the rear windows fully (half way) down at Highway speeds. I attribute it to the new, almost flat, sloping rear window style that traps the air above the rear deck. Try experimenting with different levels on the rear windows and opening the fronts too. As for the brakes, ... Read More
Don't know why your brakes are bad already, did the dealer miss something in prep? As for the noise with window down, this is pretty common with a lot of cars, that said it normally happens with just one, or sometimes with just the front windows down, normally if you open the rear windows a bit too this stops the noise, hopefully that is the case with your car.
Im just gonna throw this out here and see if anyone else has noticed this issue. I just purchased a 2013 Ford Fusion SE about three weeks ago .. it has approximately 700 miles on it and I really do not like it . I traded my 05 expedition and at this point would do anything to have it back .. with that said... have any of you driven your '13 ... Read More
Every car I looked at does have some flaws. Honda Accord, ridiculous 1 piece folding rear seat. Afterthought-looking center touch screen on EX-L models that has already needed a service campaign to fix issues. Minor CVT issues on 4 cylinder. Minor automatic transmission issues on V6. Altima has some quality control issues and drivability complaints on 4 cylinder models. Mazda 6 noisy, undersized nav screen and uses second rate TomTom maps ... Read More
Hi carman, Do you know the residual and MF for a 2013 Ford Fusion SE 36 month lease with 10,500 miles/year in the NJ area? Thanks alot
There probably was not that much difference between a 2010 Accord and and 2014 Mazda 6 in noise, but a 2010 Accord does not have a well insulated cabin, so that's not saying much. 2013 Accord models are now reasonably quiet for the class (maybe except Sport with 18" wheels).
Turning up the radio is not a solution for most people who care about noise. Just cover up road noise with loud music? I suppose if you always like to listen to loud music anyway, then it doesn't matter. The Accord was pretty loud in the last generation and that is a major reason I never seriously considered buying one. That plus the styling was bad anyway. The 2013 Accord is ... Read More
I've driven the new Mazda6 and I think you're comments about the road noise is a huge exaggeration. It has been noted in reviews but in real life driving I didn't think it was bad at all. That's what the radio volume knob is for. A couple of clicks and you don't hear the road noise much. I care about road noise but probably not nearly as much as you do. ... Read More
Hi dzb. Ford Credit's May base lease rate and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Fusion Hybrid Titanium with 15,000 miles per year in the Los Angeles area are 4.25% and 60%. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Hey seldumonde. Ford Credit's May base lease rate and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Fusion Titanium FWD with 12,000 miles per year in the Philadelphia area are 1.0% and 59%. There's a $250 cash incentive on leases of this car in your area right now. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Here's the information that you're looking for, daedalus28. Ford Credit's May base lease rate and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Fusion Titanium with 12,000 miles per year in the Boston area are 1.0% and 59%. There is a $250 cash incentive on leases of this car in your area at this time. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Hi dman100. The lease rate for a 36-month lease of any 2013 Fusion, other than the Hybrid variant, in Detroit is currently 1.0%. This car's residual values vary by trim level. There's a $250 cash incentive on leases of this car in your area at this time. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Hi titansox. Ford Credits May base lease rate and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Fusion SE with 15,000 miles per year in your area are 1.5% and 56%. The residual value for a lease with 16,500 miles per year would likely be 1% lower. Ford is providing a $500 cash incentive on leases of this car in your area this month. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & ... Read More
Invalid comparisons since you are comparing different vehicles. Tires will not completely make up for and older car not riding as well as a newer model. One the same vehicle, better riding, less expensive, longer lasting tires will be available in the higher profile, smaller tires. I am not cross-shopping 2004 vs 2009 or 2007 vs 2013 cars.
Tires are kind of like pizzas. You can't tell by the size which one you will like best. We have a 2004 Escape, original tires were 16 inch and were good for about 35k of noisy miles. Our 2009 Escape has 17 inch lower profile tires and they are going to be good for at least 80k and are much quieter. I had a 2007 Fusion with 17 inch Michelin tires, ... Read More
I have a 2013 Fusion Titanium with 19 inch wheels. The wheels are optional. No need to bash something because it doesn't meet your particular criteria. Personally, push button start/remote entry is ok, but a security risk. I'd be ok with a Titanium with less power. Although I didn't go to either one of the links you posted, I see one is from Forbes. Do you get your financial advice from ... Read More
I had no reason to drive it because I knew I was not going to buy one without push starter and smart entry and I was also not buying a Titanium with 19 inch wheels. No reason to waste time test driving if it didn't meet my criteria at the time. http://www.forbes.com/sites/matthewdepaula/2013/04/30/test-drive-2013-ford-fusio- - n-impresses-in-every-way-but-one/ http://www.edmunds.com/ford/fusion/2013/consumer-reviews/disappointed-overall.ht- ml?style=200421095&sub=&reviewId=358564146
In other words, you haven't driven a 2013 Fusion, but are willing to believe the negative things 'some others' say.
It is supposed to be out this summer with an 1.5 liter option replacing the 1.6 option on automatic-equipped models. It is supposed to increase fuel economy noticeably without reducing performance. The 1.5 is also supposed to be smoother and quieter than the 1.6. Besides that, the SE option packages are changed. You will finally be able to buy a Fusion with Smart entry and push button start without having to ... Read More
Today I was quoted a residual value of 59% and a money factor of .001979 (4.75%) on a 2013 Fusion Hybrid. The price was around $31K with a $1000 "competitor lease" rebate and $1000 down, making the monthly payment around $450 for a 36-mo lease. This was at 12,000 miles/year. Too much for me. My current lease payment on a 2011 Nissan Altima (which was about $30K) is $308. The Ford ... Read More
Hi Car_man Very useful forum, thanks so much for providing this help! Looking for the residual and money factory on a 2013 Ford Fusion, Titanium AWD, 36 months, 12,000 miles. Also, do you know if there are any cash rebates currently? Thanks much! Best, -Chris
Here you go jjdavis84. Ford Credit's January base lease rate and residual value for a 24-month lease of a 2013 Fusion Hybrid SE with 15,000 miles per year in the Phoenix area are 5.5% and 66%. The numbers for an otherwise identical 36-month lease are 6.25% and 57%. The numbers for an otherwise identical 39-month lease are 6.5% and 55%. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Hello Michael. Ford Credit's base lease rate and residual value for a 24-month lease of a 2013 Fusion SE with 15,000 miles per year in the Los Angeles area are currently 1.25% and 65%. The numbers for an otherwise identical 36-month lease are 2.0% and 56%. The lease rates for the Titanium FWD are the same, but the residual values are 3% higher. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences ... Read More
The lease calculator is pretty close. You are talking about putting $6000 down on it; that will drop the payment a great deal. I know the terms aren't the same (yours should be better since it's few miles), but I just got these from my local (Omaha, NE) Ford dealership: 2013 Fusion Titanium FWD (+ some options) MSRP: $33,875 Selling Price: $31,386.41 (salesman says this is invoice -$500 (recent grad rebate)) ... Read More
I'm curious what the residual value for a 2013 for Fusion SE 36 months with 16,500 miles/year vs a 36 month with 15,000 miles/year. I also interested in what the poster above me is asking. How skewed is the lease calculator on Ford's website.
Strangely this comparo is at odds with other reviews of the same vehicles, where they couldn't praise the Accord high enough and found the Altima rather mushy. See http://www.caranddriver.com/comparisons/2013-ford-fusion-se-ecoboost-vs-2013-hon- da-accord-ex-2013-nissan-altima-25-sv-2012-volkswagen-passat-25-se-comparison-te- st
I rented a car from Enterprise a few months ago and my reservation for a standard or full-size (anything but a Chrysler or Dodge). I was pleasantly surprised when the rental agent gave me a free upgrade to a 'Premium' vehicle they had just received the previous day- a brand new 2013 Ford Taurus Limited. I loved the looks and ride of the Taurus. But without an Owner's Manual, I was ... Read More
Posting again cause I am not sure I posted in the right way, but... I was curious if I could get the money factors and residual values for a 2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid SE in Scottsdale/Phoenix, AZ for 24, 36, and 39 months. After getting yelled/cussed at to get out cause I asked how the finance manager came to his offer ($520/month), this is the information I have: The XPlan price ... Read More
Hi, Does anyone know the residual and MF for a 2013 Ford Fusion SE 36 month lease with 10,500 miles/year in the NJ area? Thanks alot
I was curious if I could get the money factors and residual values for a 2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid SE in Scottsdale/Phoenix, AZ for 24, 36, and 39 months. Thanks!!!
You're very welcome nelphusmd. I'm glad that you like it. Ford's current lease program is scheduled to run through the first week of July, but I can't guarantee that it won't make any unscheduled changes to it. Ford Credit's current base lease rate and residual value for a 24-month lease of a 2013 Fusion Titanium in North Carolina with 12,000 miles per year are 0.5% and 68%. The numbers for an ... Read More
You're very welcome s0me1. I'm glad that you like it. Ford Credit's current base lease rate and residual value for a 24-month lease of a 2013 Fusion Titanium AWD with 12,000 miles per year in New Jersey are 1.25% and 70% The numbers for an otherwise identical 36-month lease are 2.0% and 61%. If you were to lease this car with only 10,500 miles per year, its residual values would be ... Read More
Here's the information that you're looking for biggbrother. Ford Credit's current base lease rate and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Fusion SE with 12,000 miles per year in its Boston region are 1.0% and 58%. The residual value for a lease of this car with 10,000 miles per year is 1% higher. There is a $250 cash incentive on leases of it. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying ... Read More
Certainly travis08. Ford Credit's January base lease rate and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Fusion Titanium with 15,000 miles per year in Michigan are 2.0% and 59%. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Hello Chris. Ford Credit's April base lease rate and residual value for a 2013 Fusion SE with 15,000 miles per year in New York are 1.0% and 56%. There is a $250 cash incentive on leases of this car in your area. The numbers for the Hybrid version of this car are different. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
I am an investigator looking into Ford's false claims or the 47 mpg on the 2013 Fusion Hybrid and the C-Max Hybrid. I am formulating potential clients in the San Francisco bay area for a class action lawsuit. If you live in the bay area, have purchased one of the above mentioned vehicles and are not getting the gas mileage Ford has advertised please contact me. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. ... Read More
If you want to get anything over 40 MPG on the highway in the 2013 Fusion Hybrid you will need to learn pulse and glide. It is not easy to do. If you wish to do the interstate speed limits, 65+ you can forget 40 MPG, you wont get it. So far I have been able to surpass the MPG in the 2013 Fusion with my 2010 Fusion. In city driving, ... Read More
A reporter wants to talk with a Ford Fusion buyer who previously owned a Japanese sedan. If you fit the bill and are willing to share your story, please email PR@edmunds.com before Friday, April 19, 2013 and provide a few words about your experience.
A reporter wants to talk with a Ford Fusion buyer who previously owned a Japanese sedan. If you fit the bill and are willing to share your story, please email PR@edmunds.com before Friday, April 19, 2013 and provide a few words about your experience.
Could you please provide the April lease factors for a 2013 Ford Fusion SE 2.5 with both 12,000 and 10,000 miles in New England?
Got a 2013 Ford Fusion S 12/11/2012. Really like it.
On NTSA site I found 10 complaints regarding 2013 Accord (5 about transmission/powertrain and 5 about engine) vs 2 complaints regarding 2013 Ford Fusion ( 1 transmission and 1 engine). Just interesting statistics. I guess people really pissed off go to NTSA website to file a formal complaint. It is also should be safety related. Link is http://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov. Mazda6 is too new so I did not look up. For Fusion transmission ... Read More
Ford needs to make the Windshield Washer Reservoir Cap available by itself and not require buying whole assembly. It makes little sense having to buy a $50+ Windshield Washer Reservoir assembly just to get a $3 replacement cap. You'd think that a company who wants to look like they practice environmental sustainability would have caught this. They do offer Washer Reservoir Caps separately for their other vehicles, just not the Fusion. ... Read More
So the Fusion dropped back down to #4? I thought it was still at #3! Oh well, it's great that they're selling alot of them, but personally I'd be happier if they stopped selling them! I'm still enjoying my newfound celebrity status, and most people thinking that I'm driving a new Jaguar XF! Now that the new Jaguar XFRS has been revealed, I find it quite hilarious that the only major ... Read More
I thought Ford was already building the Fusion at Flat Rock, MI, but that won't happen until this Fall, according this this article. And so my guess above was clearly wrong. I don't think Ford will be able to make and sell more than c. 300,000 Fusions for model year 2013. During model year 2014, however, Ford should be able to make 450,000—if there's demand for that many.... http://wardsauto.com/auto-makers/ford-march-sales-9-capacity-tight-fusion Ford turned ... Read More
Yeah, it's a sizzling race in the midsize market. I think the Fusion might surprise on the upside and end up in the top 3 by the end of the calendar year. Take a look at these numbers from TSX at www.vtec.net: Altima 37,763 -8% Camry 37,663 -8.2% Accord 36,504 +41.4%; PHEV 26 Fusion 30,284 +6% Malibu 18,539 -22.4% Sonata 18,031 200 16,593 +11% Optima 14,366 Avenger 12,439 +33% Passat 9,521 ... Read More
The Ford Fusion sold more than 30,000 units in March, and more than 80,000 units in the first quarter of this year, breaking both its all time monthly sales records and its all time quarterly sales records for the first time in Fusion history, putting it in 3rd place behind the Toyota Camry and the Honda Accord, see the full article here: http://media.ford.com/article_display.cfm?article_id=37868
I do not know if it was mentioned here but new 2013 Ford Fusion still uses 6 speed transmission 6F35 at least with 2.0T. This transmission was nothing but nightmare since it was first used in 2010 - 2012 Fusion and Escape. As recently as end of 2012 none of reported problems were fixed. I am not sure if they fixed issues in 2013 but I have doubts. It may be ... Read More
The actual top speed for the 2013 Fusion 2.0 is estimated to be around 151mph, but it's electronically limited to 120mph, so the actual top speed is very close to the 160mph top speed shown on the speedometer, if you tune it to eliminate the speed limiter. See here: http://www.automobile-catalog.com/car/2013/1596770/ford_fusion_2_0l_ecoboost.htm- l
The printed top speed for the Fusion, by Car and Driver, was 120 mph. The article listed both the 1.6 and the 2.0 EcoBoost engines. The article is here: http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/2013-ford-fusion-16-and-20-ecoboost-first-dr- ive-review To be honest, it sounds a little low for the 2.0. model, but top speed has a LOT more to do with tire rating than it does with capability. My car's top speed is 131 mph. Chances are I will ... Read More
Hello sgl2012. Ford Credit's December base lease rate and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Fusion Hybrid SE with 12,000 miles per year in the Los Angeles area are 5.5% and 55%. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Hi aitrus03. Ford Credit's March base lease rate and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Fusion SE with 12,000 miles per year in Florida are 1.0% and 58%. Ford is currently providing a paltry $250 cash incentive on leases of this car in your area right now. All Fusion models that are not Hybrids have the same lease rates. The residual values vary by trim level, i.e. S, ... Read More
Hi bhuwan1. Ford Credit's base lease rate and residual value for a 24-month lease of a 2013 Fusion Energi Titanium with 15,000 miles per year are 3.5% and 64%. The numbers for an otherwise identical 36-month lease are 3.25% and 54%. Ford is providing a $3,750 cash incentive on leases of this car through Ford Credit right now. Make sure to take it into account when negotiating your vehicle's capitalized cost. ... Read More
Where did you find a Fusion Hybrid Titanium? Are you 100% certain it was a Hybrid? Reason I ask is they just started producing them and no dealers that I can find have one on the lot that has not already been snapped up. If you only got 23 MPG I suspect it was not a Hybrid. A lot depends on driving temp and traffic on the Fusions, they are really ... Read More
I am deciding between the 2013 Fusion Hybid Titanium and the 2013 Lexus 300 Hybrid. I drove them both for an hour+ each this week, and I personally like the suspension and style of car of the Fusion over the Lexus. However, I am very concerned about MPG, interior color, quality, and trade-in value. Regarding MPG, my test driving was roughly 50% highway and 50% city. The Fusion trip mileage was ... Read More
">The sound and shifting firmware have also been worked on Would you explain what you mean by this?" You'd probably have to drive the Altima CVT and Accord CVT back to back to hear and feel this, but the Altima has kind of a droning whine to it. It feels and sounds somewhat unpleasant. It's not terrible. I think the Altima is a good enough car, actually, but....rather rental, if that ... Read More
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