Offering a wide range of grades and engines, the 2019 Ford Fusion covers the foundations from sedate household inspector to higher-end luxury sedan. There’s even a fun-to-drive performance model for those enthusiasts. Equally diverse is the pricing, making sure a Fusion will fit into almost any budget. With the addition of the new Ford Co-Pilot360 suite of safety/driver-assist technology as standard across all Fusion levels, this Ford sedan is among the more powerful sedans on the road
There is certainly plenty of competition in this section
What’s New for 2019?
A brand new SEL trim level has been added along with the Platinum trim Has been removed with standard content being rearranged one of the many trims. Ford tweaked front and the back ends of this sedan. A robust suite of safety/driver-assist technology (Ford Co-Pilot360) is now standard across all Fusion grades. FordPass Connect in-vehicle Wi-Fi replaces SYNC 3, and is standard on SE trimming and over.
Standard Features & Options
The 2019 Ford Fusion comes in S, SE, SEL, Titanium and V6 Prices include the factory destination fee.
Automated halogen headlights with auto highbeams, LED tail lights, capless fuel filler, eight airbags, power windows and locks, air conditioning with manual climate control, cruise control, a tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel with auxiliary controls, intermittent wipers, a height-adjustable manual driver’s seat, a trip computer, Bluetooth, MyKey parental management capability, a rearview camera, Sync voice control functionality, and a 4-speaker sound system with an auxiliary input jack and USB port. Also standard is the new Ford Co-Pilot360 with pre-collision help with emergency braking, blind spot caution with cross-traffic alert, lane-keeping assist and adaptive cruise control.
The SE ($25,015) measures around 17-in aluminum wheels, a 1.5-liter turbo motor, SecuriCode keypad access, a 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat with adjustable lumbar support, a 6-way power-adjustable front passenger seat, dual-zone automatic climate control, rain-sensing wipers, satellite radio, six sound speakers rather than four, FordPass Connect, a reverse sensing system and eligibility for various options the foundation S doesn’t get, including a navigation system which updates the default display to an 8-in touchscreen. An optional Technology package for the SE contains the Sync 3 infotainment touchscreen.
The SEL ($29,475) adds to the SE, leather-wrapped steering Wheel, a auto-dimming rearview mirror, heated outboard mirrors with turn-signal indicators and LED signature light.
In addition to SEL attributes, the Titanium ($35,235) receives A effective 2.0-liter turbo motor, 19-in aluminum wheels, fog lights, dual exhaust tips, leather upholstery, heated/ventilated front sport seats, driver’s-seat memory configurations, a 10-way power adjustment for the front passenger, remote start, a heated steering wheel, inflatable safety belts, power moonroof, ambient cabin lighting, aluminum pedals plus a distinctive 12-speaker Sony audio system with the Sync 3 port.
The V6 Sport ($40,910) has the Most Effective engine and All-wheel drive as normal, 19-in alloy wheels, adjustable suspension, bigger wheels, a rear spoiler, bespoke black mesh grille treatment, four exhaust tailpipes, leather/simulated-suede upholstery, and self-dimming driver’s-side mirrors and a 9-speaker sound system.
Alternatives on lower trim levels include several items which come Standard on greater extremities. Navigation, adaptive cruise control, rain-sensing wipers, an 110-volt socket, automated parking and a moonroof are among those extras.
Trunk space measures 16 cu ft. Not the Very Best in the class, But perfectly okay.