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The 2010 Fusion Is A Good Point At Why Ford Is Not In Trouble While Gm And Chrysler Are
From the start I liked the way the 2010 Ford Fusion was going to look like. It was one of the few Fords where the Gillette grille actually fit the car while the Taurus just looked weird with it. So wh... Read More
After dropping in a K&N filter, it made a suprising difference in torque and I only lost 1 mpg. Braking is excellent, but the body roll was a little more than expected and it creates a little more und... Read More
Instant Market Value
A used 2010 Ford Fusion SEL has an average retail price of $16,301 and 49,500 miles.
Overview of 2010 Ford Fusion SEL By Eric Tallberg
The top-shelf 2010 Ford Fusion SEL sedan piles leather upholstery, power-adjustable, heated front seats, heated outside mirrors, dual-zone climate control, Bluetooth wireless communications, and a USB connection onto its heap of standard features, while adding dusk-sensing headlights to its standard list of safety items. Additional options for the SEL include voice-activated DVD navigation, a 390-watt 6-CD changer with 12 speakers, rear parking assist sensors, a rear-view camera system, power moonroof, and sport-tuned suspension.
The standard powertrain for the front-wheel-drive 2010 Fusion SEL is the 2.5-liter inline four-cylinder (I4) engine and its accompanying six-speed auto-manual transmission. This duo puts out 175 hp and 172 lb-ft of torque to the tune of 22/31 mpg. As with its SE sibling, the Fusion SEL is available with the 240-hp, 3.0-liter Flex Fuel engine and six-speed auto-manual that generate 223 lb-ft of torque at 18/27.
This overview covers the SEL trim only.
Please see our 2010 Ford Fusion Overview for more information.
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