As far as mid-size sedans go, the 2018 Ford Fusion continues to be a strong competitor. With a comfortable interior and user-friendly technology, we recommend you consider the Fusion if you’re in the market for a new car. Here’s what we at Petrie Ford think you should know about this car.
Even with minor issues, the Fusion gains high ratings in the comfort category. The base model comes with comfortable cloth seats with the option to upgrade to leather seats. You can expect a smooth and balanced ride for the most part even with minor road bumps.
How It Drives
The Fusion receives an average grade in the driving category. While its acceleration falls below standards for its class, it brakes and handles extremely well. It’s easy to maneuver in city driving and overall provides an enjoyable drive.
The Fusion’s interior receives above-average grades. Most people will find it plenty comfortable and spacious. The panel controls are simple to use as they are nicely grouped together. The transmission shifter does take some getting used to due to its rotary design.
The 2018 Fusion comes with plenty of space. It boasts a large trunk that makes it great for everyday use and weekend trips. Its trunk space is larger than other competitors in its class such as the Honda Accord, Chevy Malibu, Toyota Camry, and Mazda 6. On the inside, it provides several areas for storing small items including under the front and rear center armrest.
The Fusion has been one of the more tech-friendly sedans on the market and that continues with the 2018 version. With its Sync 3 infotainment system along with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, you will have plenty of options for integrating your device. With Fusion’s voice control technology, you can use natural language to complete commands such as managing navigation, playing music, and placing calls.
Overall, the 2018 Ford Fusion is the perfect car for anyone looking for a midsize sedan that provides a comfortable ride and has plenty of cargo room. Feel free to give us a call should you have any additional questions.