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As a rule I find that "real world" MPG is usually around 5-7 MPG less than what the EPA estimates are for most vehicles, even when driven non-enthusiastically. Your Fusion 2.5 is EPA rated at "22 City, 34 Highway, and 26 Average". You say you are getting a low of 22 MPG and have seen a high of 29 MPG, and you say you are averaging around 22-24 MPG, so that sounds about what a person will get with this vehicle out here in the "real world", not in some artificially perfected government testing environment; see what I mean? So now that you know the truth about what EPA estimates really are, I hope you realize that this is not a "Ford" issue, and it applies across the board due to the misunderstanding of the general populace as to what those EPA figures actually represent, which is based on fantasy and make believe.Report it