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2019 Ford Fusion Energi

The 2019 Ford Fusion Energi is a plug-in hybrid sedan that delivers equal parts attitude and fuel economy.

2019 Ford Fusion vs Toyota Camry

Trying to choose between the sporty 2019 Ford Fusion and the smooth-riding Toyota Camry? At first glance, these sedans might look very similar. But our comparison guide is here to help you figure out their differences and choose the model that’s right for you.

2019 Ford Fusion vs Chevrolet Malibu

Trying to decide between the sophisticated 2019 Ford Fusion and uptown Chevrolet Malibu? At first, it’s hard to pick out the differences between these two midsize sedans. Luckily, our comparison guide is here to help you choose the right model to suit your personal style.

2019 Ford Fusion vs Honda Accord

If you’re looking for modern creature comforts and fun-loving performance, the 2019 Ford Fusion and Honda Accord are bound to be high on your wishlist. But which is the best sedan for you? Check out our comparison guide to learn more.

2019 Ford Fusion

Like many other Ford sedans, the Ford Fusion is probably on its way out. The Fusion, Fiesta and other Ford four-doors will still be available in other markets, but Ford will primarily focus on SUVs and trucks in the United States. Still, the Fusion is going out with a bang, and the 2019 model will soon be the most advanced Fusion anywhere in the U.S. After that, the Fusion will get rare. So if this car appeals to you, and there's a lot that's appealing, it's time to claim yours. In this preview guide, we'll show you what's new and what's good about the 2019 Ford Fusion, before this sedan is gone forever.

2019 Ford Fusion Trims

The Ford Fusion is stylish and practical, giving drivers a new take on an old standard: the four-door sedan. You may think "sedan" equals "boring," but Ford has busted that stereotype wide open. With three different engine options and technology that puts you at the cutting edge, the 2019 Ford Fusion gives you what you need and what you never knew you needed. But which trim is right for you? Obviously, if you're looking to make a substantial difference in your carbon footprint, you'll want to look closely at the standard or plug-in hybrid options. But what about the five standard trims? Let's walk through them.

2019 Ford Fusion vs Kia Optima

Both the 2019 Ford Fusion and Kia Optima have updated exterior styling. And let us tell you, both are gorgeous midsize sedans. But when looking for a new car, we need more than a pretty face. So we’re going to see which of these sedans is beautiful inside and out. Scratch the surface (or don’t, on second thought) and see which car really shines.

2019 Ford Fusion vs Nissan Altima

If you’re looking for a four-door sedan, you have plenty of models to choose from. But we’ll narrow it down for you. Simply put, the 2019 Ford Fusion and Nissan Altima are two of the best sedans on the market today. Great handling, comfortable seats, tons of standard tech, and more. Th Ford Fusion is fresh off the heels of an exterior refresh while the Altima has received a major update that launches a new generation of Altima. In this comparison, we sort how which car comes out on top and which takes second place.

2020 Ford Fusion Hybrid vs Honda Accord Hybrid

It’s a whole new decade, meaning it’s the time for big resolutions. How about going green? Hybrid vehicles have never been so affordable and accessible than they are now. When you’re driving around Fayetteville, add to the green and save on fuel costs in the process. In this comparison guide, we’ll walk you through the 2020 Ford Fusion Hybrid and Honda Accord Hybrid. Which is the better hybrid sedan? Let’s find out.

2020 Ford Fusion Hybrid

Do not confuse the Fusion Hybrid with the Fusion Plug-In Hybrid, which last year was called the Fusion Energi. Those are separate models. Here we’re talking about the one that collects and stores energy while you drive as opposed to having a battery that you plug in at home. Whatever you call it, there are rumors that the Ford Fusion is on its way out this year or next. So grab your jacket and get to a Ford dealership because this one isn’t going to stick around forever. In this guide, we share all the reasons why you want to get a Fusion Hybrid before it’s gone for good.

2020 Ford Fusion

If you like the Ford Fusion, you need to get one this year or next. Because though the nameplate might live on, the Fusion as we know it--a midsize sedan--is going away after 2021 at the latest. This has been a long time coming as trucks and SUVs are gobbling up more and more of the market. But don’t be fooled into thinking that means the Fusion isn’t worth your attention. Market forces have to do with the Fusion’s future discontinuation, not its quality. And while we’ve heard rumors of the Fusion name being repurposed for a high-riding wagon, there’s no guarantee of that. So if you want a Fusion sedan, this is one of the last years to get it. In this preview guide, we’ll tell you all the latest news and updates from the final years of this great car.

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