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2010 Ford Fusion - Review


Ask an enthusiast what it’s like to drive a hybrid and they’re likely to yawn, lay down and promptly nap for 20 minutes. Ask an eco-conscious citizen of the 21st century what it’s like to drive a 263-horsepower sport sedan and they’re likely to gnash their teeth, rend their garments and pantomime the burning of forests. Or something like that.

It’s pretty easy from that little tableau to derive my personal bent, so that’s likely to make my conclusion all the more surprising. After spending successive weeks in the 2010 Ford Fusion Sport AWD and the 2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid, I prefer the hybrid.

Performance & Handling

When it comes to laying down power, it’s hard to beat an all-wheel-drive system. More drive wheels mean more traction for moving forward.  And though the adage may state otherwise, there is a replacement for displacement: it’s called electricity. So the gap between these two cars in real-world applications (i.e. driving to the store) is not as wide as...

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Specs: Select a Trim

Style MSRP Invoice MPG City MPG Hwy
4-Door Sedan AWD (2)
SEL Specs $28,115 $25,813 18 25
SPORT Specs $28,355 $26,030 17 24
4-Door Sedan FWD (4)
S Specs $19,695 $18,433 22 31
SE Specs $21,225 $19,613 22 29
SEL Specs $24,655 $22,700 22 31
SPORT Specs $26,505 $24,364 18 27

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