2007 Ford Fusion Overview

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S
Avg. Price: $7,523
SE
Avg. Price: $7,775
SE V6
Avg. Price: $8,423
SE V6 AWD
Avg. Price: $8,754
SEL
Avg. Price: $8,141
SEL V6
Avg. Price: $8,677
SEL V6 AWD
Avg. Price: $9,451

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Average User Score

4.65 stars

Based on 47 reviews

07 Ford Fusion Se V6 Awd by Kevin
 — I love this car. I have only had one issue to date, the day i picked the car up from the dealer, I had some problems accelerating up a hill. the next day i took it to the dealer, and they had to repla... Read More
Put The Fun In Functional :->. Great Car by ellgee
 — I am in home health care and our company provides these cars. When I first saw it on the web, it was OK if I have to drive it fine, it had no distinguishing marks on it that makes it stand out but I ... Read More
Reliable With Lots Of Interior Room by RonRico00
 — I chose the Ford Fusion because of the stylish look. I did research through the Consumber Guide which helped me make my decision. I primarily use this vehicle going to and from work. I drive about 9K ... Read More

2007 Ford Fusion Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 47 reviews

2007 Ford Fusion

The 2007 Ford Fusion is Ford's bid for the mid-size family sedan market: it's a family sedan in the tradition of the beloved Taurus, but it's jazzed up with performance, technology, and style.  

Ford's taking on the Camry, the Accord, and the Altima with this sporty-but-solid little car; for its sophomore year, Ford's introducing all-wheel drive as an option.  Expect the 2007 Fusion to earn praise from drivers and reviewers for its roomy interior, responsive handling, and quick acceleration.

The '07 Ford Fusion is being offered with a 16-valve, 2.3 liter Duratec inline-4 engine capable of 160 horsepower and 156 lb.-ft. of torque, or an optional upgrade to a 24-valve, 3.0 liter Duratec V6 engine with an output of 221 horsepower and 205 lb.-ft. of torque.

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Ford Fusion Questions

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How Do You Gain Points For Your Reputation Score On Cargurus?

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Ccurry1
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Can Not Unlock Right Front Door,will Not Open

Been acting for awhile,but now the door will not unlock at all.

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Bradley Viers Jr.
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How To Turn Light Off Due To Trunk Not Closing

I was rear ended

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Jason Carlson
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My Car Sometimes Is Hard To Get To Go In Reverse

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Karinda Caryl
10

How Sensitive Is My Stock Car Alarm On My Ford Fusion?

will my car alarm go off if another car alarm goes off? it is stock and iv never messed with the settings on it. i need to know before i wrongly convict a co worker of breaking in my car.

97 views with 8 answers (last answer 6 months ago)