Years ago, many of us wished that the domestic makers could deliver a solid, German-like car with better reliability and lower prices. I know I did. So after the collapse of the domestic economy, people started to talk about US made cars, and how great they really were.Now we have the new Fusions, which I believe will sell very well. But it's an expensive, European car made in Mexico and the USA. It seems from all reviews the suspension and handling characteristics are superb for a sedan. Gas mileage has improved, as one would expect with four cylinder engines and a new transmission.I was intrigued by the hybrid model. The trunk really shrinks down to 12 cf, which seems like a lot compared to the last Fusion Hybrid. Price somewhere close to $30K? I'll have to drive one of these when they hit the lot near me.
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