2011 Ford Fusion
Review, Prices, Comparisons, Pictures
The 2011 Ford Fusion is offered in four trim packages: the S, the SE, the SEL, and the Sport. Although the vehicle's special features are obviously elevated with each progressive trim package, all four models offer plenty of luxuries for the average family to enjoy.
The basic S model comes standard with 16-inch alloy wheels, keyless entry, cruise control, air conditioning, and all-power features. The SE model features automatic headlights, 17-inch wheels, and an upgraded audio system with satellite radio. The SEL adds leather seating and heated mirrors to the mix, while the Sport boasts a 10-way power driver's seat, an upgraded entertainment center, 18-inch wheels, and a sport-geared suspension. Further amenities such as a DVD player, a sunroof, rain-sensing wipers, and a blind spot alerting system can be added to some models at an additional cost.
The Ford Fusion's combined 25 MPG is nothing compared to the 2011 Ford Fusion Hybrid's 41 MPG; however, when compared with other traditionally motored mid-size sedans, the regular Ford Fusion more than holds its own. Combined with the vehicle's reasonable base price, the 2011 Ford Fusion is the perfect choice for families who are looking to purchase a money saving car.
The 2011 Ford Fusion underwent relatively few changes in comparison to its 2010 model year. For 2011, Ford outfitted the Fusion with standard blind-spot mirrors and new safety features. The higher-end trim packages also come standard with additional amenities such as one-touch open-close windows and HD radio.
With so many different mid-size family sedans to choose from, it can be difficult to determine which vehicle is the best pick for your specific needs. However, no matter what your personal preferences may be, the Ford Fusion's excellent driving performance and monetary value make it a very safe bet.