At the 2016 Detroit Auto Show, the 2017 Ford Fusion is new and revealed with upgraded technology and two new models and will be available for sale this summer. The midsize sedan will cost at $23,000 and rivals the Honda Accord, Chevrolet Malibu, Toyota Camry and Nissan Altima.
2017 Ford Fusion Changes
There will be a current Fusion V6 Sports model added to the lineup of 2017 year model that cost at $34,400. Standard features include a mesh polish-black grille, LED headlights, distinctive 19-inch alloy wheels, tail spoiler, continuously controlled suspension damping and all-wheel drive. 2017 Ford Fusion also get improved sporty interior trimmed inside with Active Noise Control that will be activated when driver enables Sports mode. This will filter the cabin from exhaust and engine noise.
2017 Ford Fusion Powertrain
A 2.7-liter V6 twin-turbo EcoBoost engine will be accessible for the first time on a 2017 Ford Fusion and Standard on the Sport boosting 325 hp and 350 lb-ft of torque. A six-speed automatic transmission is a standard that comes with shift paddles and a rotary gear selector. A 2.5-liter, 2.0-liter, and 1.5-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder engine are available engine options. Fusion Hybrid models are new and are powered by 2.0-liter gasoline power and electric motor. It can travel 500 miles maximum distant with both engines while electric motor can reach 19 miles.
2017 Ford Fusion Trim Levels
The Fusion Platinum Edition is also new this year that adds luxury features including leather upholstery with unique stitching, a distinctive grille, door panels with leather detailing and leather-covered steering wheel, and 19-inch glossy alloy wheels. Available on the Fusion for the first time is the new technology features that add Pre-impact support with Pedestrian Recognition, Adaptive Cruise Control Plus Stop, and Function, and improved Active Park support. The 2017 Ford Fusion Platinum will cost at $37,500 while the Fusion Hybrid will start at $26,100.