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2014 Ford Fusion Consumer Discussions

2014 Ford Fusion

2014 Ford Fusion Puts a New Twist on Test-Drives...

Has anyone out there had a 2013-2016 Fusion with seriously subpar fuel economy? Until I hit about 6,000 miles, the car never got about 16 MPG. Now, the computer will register about 20 - 21/22, but m...

I own a Black 2014 Fusion Hybrid and am looking to replace the front end grill and surrounding plastic 'nose' surrounding the headlights. Can anyone suggest the least expensive way to replace this (ju...

I bought a 2014 Ford Fusion Hybrid with the Driver Assist Package....

400-HP 2014 Ford Fusion Revs Up 2013 SEMA Show...

2014 Jeep Cherokee and Ford Fusion Are Standouts in December Car Sales...

To discuss the latest lease details for the current model, please join us in the 2015 Ford Fusion Lease Questions forum....

I am in the market for a new 4-dr mid size sedan and one of the vehicles that I am considering is the 2014 or 2015 Fusion. I would be very interested to hear what owners of the 2014 model have to say ...

Ford's restyle of the Focus compact car for 2015 brings grille work inspired by big-brother Fusion, a more premium interior and the 1.0-liter EcoBoost three-cylinder engine as a new efficiency-optimiz...

just bought a 2014 titanium AWD will all the options...

Things Go Better With 2014 Ford Fusion Energi and Coca-Cola...

Ford Introduces New 1.5-liter EcoBoost Engine for 2014 Fusion...

2015 Ford Fusion Starts at $23,225 | Edmunds.com...

I am researching a new Ford Fusion AWD Titanium (2.0 Engine). According to Ford, the MPG should be 21 City, 31 Highway. According to a couple of websites (consumer reports and some others), the actu...
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