With a high-strung V-6 and all-wheel-drive grip, the Ford Fusion Sport makes it the quickest midsizer we’ve tested. More on our first test review here. Muscle Machine. The original 2010 Fusion Sport used a naturally aspirated 3.5-liter V-6 making 263 horsepower, roughly equal to what you’d find in the V-6s then available in the Toyota Camry and the Honda Accord, two cars Ford seems to chase perpetually for sales honors in the category. The 2017 Ford Fusion gets a new Sport model that boasts class-stomping power and all-wheel drive that’s sure to shake up the midsize segment. 2017 Ford Fusion Sport Photo 2 2 of 32 The 2017 Ford Fusion Sport is equipped with a 2.7-liter twin-turbocharged V6 making 325 hp and 380 lb-ft with a six-speed automatic. Striking looks coupled with innovative design and smart technology, the 2018 Ford Fusion will turn heads. Plus an IIHS Top Safety Pick. See it for yourself. The verdict: The refreshed 2017 Ford Fusion is improved in key areas, including a better multimedia system, updated safety technology and driver aids that enhance the car’s satisfying cabin and driving experience. .
What’s New for 2017? Adaptive cruise control, a rotary shifter, and automatic stop/start are new to the Fusion this year, and Ford has revised the front and rear ends. 2017 Escape is smarter than ever. Available technology can alert you to unintentional lane drift, warn you of a vehicle in your blind spot, auto-maneuver you into (or out of) a tight parking spot, or open the available hands-free, foot-operated liftgate with just a gentle kick under the rear bumper. At its debut, the Ford Fusion was nothing less than a landmark car for the company. With the Fusion, Ford once again had a strong midsize sedan contender, something it hadn’t fielded since the first-generation Taurus that debuted in the mid-1980s. Save $5,737 on a 2017 Ford Fusion. Search over 55,900 listings to find the best local deals. CarGurus analyzes over 6 million cars daily. .