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2017 Ford Fusion Titanium 2.0 L Turbo 4-Cylinder Review | Camerons Car Reviews

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Camerons Car Reviews: 5/5
Powertrain Options: 2.5 L 4-Cylinder, 2.0 L Turbo 4-Cylinder, 2.7 L Twin Turbo V6 with a 6-Speed Automatic FWD or AWS
Engine & Performance
BASE ENGINE SIZE 2.0 L
CAM TYPE Double overhead cam (DOHC)
CYLINDERS Inline 4
VALVES 16
VALVE TIMING Variable
TORQUE 270 ft-lbs. @ 3000 rpm
HORSEPOWER 231 hp @ 5500 rpm
Fuel
ENGINE TYPE Gas
FUEL TYPE Regular unleaded
FUEL TANK CAPACITY 16.5 gal.
RANGE IN MILES (CTY/HWY) 346.5/511.5 mi.
EPA MILEAGE EST. (CTY/HWY) 21/31 mpg
Warranty
BASIC 3 yr./ 36000 mi.
DRIVETRAIN 5 yr./ 60000 mi.
ROADSIDE 5 yr./ 60000 mi.
Competitors: Honda Accord, Toyota Camry, Subaru Legacy, Mazda 6, Chrysler 200, Chevrolet Malibu

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  1. built in mexico,I can get the lexus made in ky,about the same money I think they all should be assembled in us

  2. Glad you mentioned the ride comfort and handling at the last , thats what i was looking for to know

  3. Interior beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I personally like the interior, it's simple and understated. All 4 windows are actually one-touch up/down with global open from the remote available in the cars trip computer options (defaults to on). I have a 15, and it's pretty easy to see out of, as non BLIS equipped models have standard Blind-spot mirrors. My question is again going to come down to longterm reliability of the ecoboost engine line-up, which tends to have issues with excessive carbon build-up. To those saying 37 is expensive for a Ford, consider what you are getting at that price concerning safety tech. Personally I would go Legacy for safety tech, as it is cheaper, has standard all wheel drive, and available across more of their lineup, without fully optioning out a car. Sure you don't get the the powertrain options and performance, but you get better fuel economy. My 15 Fusion is going lemon law this week, and I will honestly have mixed feelings seeing it go.

  4. @Camerons Car Reviews

    You can shift this car manually via Steering Wheel Paddle Shifters.

  5. Jaw hit the floor when I saw the price tag.. I personally don't see the value, but that's just me. Nice review man

  6. I saw the new fusion pulling into a parking spot around 7:30 and saw the led drl under below the headlights like the new Ford escape. do anybody know what trim that was? I been trying to find it but all the ones I see have it above the headlights.

  7. You do great reviews!  I think Ford has really excelled!  It has taken an almost basic car and made it incredible!  Ford is showing foreign automakers that it's capable of holding it's own!

  8. im trading up my 2014 basic trim se to this at midway ford when i get the money to this fall. the sport 2.7 twin turbo v6! yes. awesome sport car for this dad.

  9. Ford needs to spend more time on quality control of their engines than on styling and tech. I have a 2013 ford escape, no issues at 31,000 miles, thankfully, but mechanics are always telling me Ford CHEAPS OUT on engine protection (plastic material) which leads to breakdowns. Toyota has very little to impress inside but their engines are protected and tuned to the hilt. I'm very nervous about what will happen to my Ford between 50K and 100K miles.

  10. Some people would find this as a Pro but I actually find it as a con… there are way too many trims/options for Ford vehicles. I can never find a review for one that's configured exactly the way I want it, so that I can see exactly what it does/doesn't have in person… The max should be 4 trims and they need to limit the options and just include higher options in the higher trims like other brands do 😑

  11. When ford makes the higher trim fords better than the lincolns you know something is wrong with ford, it almost seems ford wants lincoln to fail

  12. Great video. Can you close the door during the interior review so we don't have to listen to the dinging over and over?

  13. holy fuck 37k? at this rate in 10 more years a sub compact base model car will be a ridiculous 30k

  14. FYI. A FYI for those with screen freezing problems. Purchased a new 2017 Fusion Platinum 31 months ago. Low mileage driver with 16,000 miles. Do love the car. A month ago, my screen started freezing. Affected Nav, radio, phone, park assist, all screen dependent functions. Was drivable and always started.
    Brought to the dealer last week. In for 5 days, they gave me a loaner. Thorough diagnostic testing. Identified a somewhat known problem. The APIM module had to be ordered and replaced. In warranty. Otherwise an expensive repair. Works like new now. I’m glad I took the Ford 7 year top of the line warranty. So much technology to go wrong. Can’t emphasize enough how much I love this car. Platinum is pure luxury, and fun to drive. Would highly recommend this model if you get a comprehensive extended warranty. As this car becomes older, and not worth expensive screen repairs, it probably would continue to be a good basic drivable car. Try to find a Platinum model. It’s a Lincoln with Ford Badging. The MSRP of mine was over $ 41,000. Has every option except inflatable rear seat belts. AWD, adaptable cruise control, parallel parks within 6 inches of the curb every time.

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