2019 Ford Fusion Model Review

21/31  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
5.1  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
5
Seats
16  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New For the 2019 Ford Fusion?

The Ford Fusion added several key features to the 2019 version. Among the aesthetic features is the new grill with five bars and the new trunk lid panel. There are also some advances for those who choose to get the hybrid version. There is a 20 percent improvement to the electric system over the past couple of years. One of the biggest additions to the Ford lineup is the introduction of the Ford Co-Pilot360. This is a collection of several technology features that will make driving safer and easier.

Among this collection of features is the lane-keeping system, which will tell you when you're leaving the lines on the road. There's also the pedestrian detection system, which will brake for you if it senses someone in front of your vehicle. The rear backup camera helps you ensure that you don't back over people or objects that are lower that your bumper and you might otherwise miss. Auto high beams also come standard on the Fusion so that you never forget to turn them on or off when other vehicles are around. Finally, the Fusion has the blind spot information system so that you can be sure that you don't cross into someone else's lane.

2019 Ford Fusion

Multiple Trim Options & Enhanced Tech Features

The inside of the Fusion is decked out with comfort features, such as the 10 ways that the driver's seat can be adjusted. It also has power lumbar so that your back is comfortable during long drives. If you like, you can also add heated front seats. The Ford Fusion also has features that make things easier, such as the rain-sensing wipers, which will automatically turn on the wiper blades when the windshield gets wet. The Fusion has My Key, too. With this technology, you can open the driver's door just by touching the door handle when you have the fob in your pocket. You can also start the car with the push of a button, saving you the time that it takes to pull out your keys. You can also add in a power moonroof or a leather-wrapped steering wheel.

What's Under the Hood?

2019 Ford FusionThe amount of horsepower that you get in the Ford Fusion depends on the exact Fusion that you get. The standard Fusion has 175 horsepower. But if you get the Fusion Sport, you get 325 horsepower. These options provide a drivetrain for any occasion. We are impressed by the 2019 Ford Fusion and its performance, and if you would like to take a test drive, we would be proud to answer any questions you might have about this vehicle. Contact us today to schedule your appointment.

Vehicle Safety & Protection Suite

2019 Ford FusionThe Fusion has several types of safety features. Firstly, it has many airbags, including front-seat side airbags, curtain airbags in the first and second rows, and front-row knee airbags. It also has a tire pressure monitoring system and child safety locks on the rear doors so that children can't inadvertently open the car doors while it's moving.

The 2019 Ford Fusion a head-turner but don't just take our word for it. Get behind the wheel and explore the full capabilities for yourself with a test drive. At Grand Prairie Ford we're dedicated to giving out customers the service they need from the moment they step foot on our lot. Contact us or visit us today to schedule an appointment or to learn more.

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