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Subject: Fusion Honored by Kelley Blue Book Date: 12/13/2012 12:52 PM
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The Ford Fusion has been awarded Kelley Blue Book's Best Redesigned Vehicle for 2013. Over 20 vehicles were considered for the award. Kelley noted the Fusion's impressive gains in design, technology, and fuel efficiency.

“Outside, the new Fusion is clearly the hottest-looking car in a class with no fewer than 13 other entrants. The interior is just as striking, a dynamic collection of shapes and textures that truly creates a sense of energy even before you turn the key.

Under the hood, the Fusion offers a choice of five engines, including two turbocharged EcoBoost engines, a gasoline-electric hybrid version and a new plug-in hybrid that Ford says will travel up to 20 miles on battery power alone. Whatever mix of value, power and fuel efficiency you're looking for in a midsize sedan, the new Fusion has it. ”

Here's a link to the full article -- http://www.kbb.com/car-news/all-the-latest/2013-best-redesig...

Doug
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Subject: Re: Fusion Honored by Kelley Blue Book Date: 12/18/2012 12:24 PM
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Checked out a Fusion for myself today. A very pleasant experience. As best I can tell the plug in hybrid not available for a few months, but when it comes near me I plan to test one. Recall on 1.6L for overheating (fix software mod????) still troubling, my own individual research less than satisfying on details, but seems to be rooted in idiot drivers continuing to drive after loss of coolant pressure causes overheating. Can't tell if the software issue contributes to this lunacy.

Also very good big picture article on F from MF worth reading by Daniel Miller

Long F.

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