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The review for Ford Fusion Hybrid

Posted on June 17, 2010 in Ford | Write a review


The world is going green and so why not cars? Of course, but, yes – Cars are going green and there are thousands of them to tell you if you had been thinking if there are any good options in hybrid or electric cars. The hybrid cars of today might sink a deep hole in your pockets today but are good long-term investments. The newly unveiled 2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid gives out all the facilities that you ever wanted in your car whether you are driving in the city or out drives. Driving the new 2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid gives you good responsiveness while driving; it gives you an actual steering feel while you have your hands on while driving the car.

Many who have already driven the new 2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid would agree to the fact that 2.5 liter 4 cylinder engine is good to give plenty of power to drive on ramps, hugging roads, overall giving you a comfortable ride. It has good suspension power with proper and systematic handling of the car. The motor and the engine of the new Ford Fusion Hybrid give you 191 horsepower. If you are looking for an upgrade you can opt for other hybrid options like choices of three different types of engines, they are 2.5 liter inline 4 that gives out 175 horsepower, 3.0 liter flex fuel V6 engine that gives out 240 horsepower and 3.5 liter V6 engine that is a performance engine giving away 263 horsepower.

Although, all the functioning of the machine looks good, there have been loads of criticism about what the company officials exaggerating way too much about the miles that the car covers, it highly claimed that the new hybrid sedan can go up to 47 miles per hour and it can run over two miles when it is switched to electric mode. But there is one condition that there should be right conditions for it, a good acceleration, battery charged, the load, weather conditions and alignment of machine. If you are driving in an electric mode you cannot expect to run for more than few blocks at a time.

The new Ford Fusion Hybrids are available in the S trim level, the mid level SE trim level and fully equipped SEL trim. The new Ford Fusion surely knows how to keep the traces of its ancestors with full athletic lines. The new refreshing look in the new Ford Fusion gives a sharper look to its already stylish looks. The interiors of the new machine are all upgraded with high tech features that have received mixed reviews but most of them are on the positive nodes. The new Ford fusion includes a new instrument panel with all newly designed seats and giving it a more stylish and trimmed look. The new Fusion gives excellent quality in riding as well in the interiors. The new 2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid is the first ever car that uses the Ford’s smartGauge technology that is keenly inspired by the Toyota Prius Hybrid consumption monitor.



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