As of 2015, Ford offers the Ford Fusion with both standard and enhanced engine options. The Fusion boasts several eco-friendly options, including enhanced engine options and fuel efficiency, while the Fusion Sport model offers enhanced performance capacity.
Ford offers its 2016 Fusion model with a standard 2.5 liter engine or with an enhanced EcoBoost engine. The Fusion comes with an automatic six-speed transmission. Additionally, Ford's 2013 Fusion hybrid model boasts an EPA rating of 47 miles per gallon, and it shuts off its engine when the vehicle stops while driving. The Fusion hybrid model travels up to 45 miles per hour in its exclusively electric mode.
The Fusion is the 2010 Motor Trend Car of the Year, and the oldest Ford Fusion model dates back to 2006. The Fusion model comes only in a four-door option, but it has several power train options and several levels of trim. The Fusion Sport model offers manual control, sport-tuned suspension, dual exhausts and rocker panels.
All models of the Fusion boast standard four-wheel disc brakes and dual-stage airbags. The Fusion ranks in the top five car models for number of sales in 2013 in the United States, and sales records indicate that in February 2013, the Honda Accord outsold the Ford Fusion by only 124 cars in the United States. Dealers sell the Fusion relatively quickly, and in February 2013, a dealer took an average of 35 days to sell a Ford Fusion at an average price of $26,586.