2014 Ford Fusion
The 2014 Ford Fusion continues to redefine the role of the family sedan, including a hybrid-electric plug-in model called Fusion Energi. In contrast to the Energi hybrid car can purely electrically at high speeds to 22 miles, after which the gasoline engine starts to drive the vehicle to operate. Those interested in the traditional methods of propulsion will be very satisfied with gasoline only supply Ford, including two small displacement turbo engines with great power and great fuel economy numbers.
All 2014 Fusion models offers an impressive style, a number of sophisticated electronic audio and communication facilities and sporting behavior most frequently with Audi or VW to the big blue oval connected. 2014 or the Ford Fusion gets a new color option inside and outside, as well as optional inflatable seat belts for the rear outboard passengers, heated steering wheel and ventilated front seats. Debuts a new 1.5-liter turbocharged engine, while the Fusion Hybrid gets a new trim level, lower price.
If there is one area in which shines the 2014 Ford Fusion, it’s sporty driving character of the car. The base 2.5-liter 4-cylinder will not win any drag races, but even at this level, offers excellent suspension tuning fusion small-car handling in one great package. Up to 1.5-liter turbo and 1.6-liter and enthusiastic interior more comfortable, especially when you consider that one. Still a manual transmission in the SE model However, the 2.0-liter turbo with 240 hp, the V6 will surrender your most ardent fan of the superiority of this engine. The Fusion Hybrid system transition between the gasoline engine and electric motor is almost transparent, and the car can be up to 62 miles per hour electric power alone. The only Energi plug-in hybrid electric vehicles maximum speed is 85 kilometers per hour, and the car has to travel up to 21 miles on electricity and up to 620 miles in total.
2014 Ford Fusion Interior
The cabin of the 2014 Ford Fusion is sexy for sure, but does not feel as open and wide as some of its competitors. Four adults can sit comfortably in the merger or to have three children in the back seat. With 16 cubic feet, the trunk of the merger is larger than the Honda Accord, but less than the Hyundai Sonata. In hybrid models, some space is eaten by the batteries under the floor. However, hybrid models also allow the rear seats fold down for additional cargo space. The cloth seats and deposits in the Fusion Hybrid and Energi models are made from recycled or renewable materials.
2014 Fusion is available in eight trims: gasoline and hybrid models are S, SE and Titanium, while the Energi SE and Titanium is limited. S Base models have manual air conditioning, a tilt / telescoping steering wheel, an AM / FM / CD player with AUX input 4 speakers, 16-inch wheels and wireless communication system Ford SYNC with voice control. SE models add the driver’s seat 10-speed, rear air vents, audio system with six speakers and 17-inch wheels. Going to the Titanium model, the powerful networks turbocharged 2.0-liter, Sony audio system with 12 speakers and HD satellite radio, dual-zone climate control, rear view camera, leather seats and 18-inch wheels.
The base engine in the 2014 Ford Fusion is a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder. Best engine choices are the 1.5-liter EcoBoost and 1.6-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder and 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder, all of which can run on regular unleaded gasoline. Front-wheel drive is standard with all-wheel drive limited with the 2.0-liter engine. The Fusion Hybrid uses a gasoline engine 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine and an electric motor at 47 miles per gallon and a total output of 188 hp to achieve. The plug-in Energi uses the same engine and engine configuration, but offers a package of lithium-ion batteries can be recharged more than a socket. The Energi is expected to travel up to 21 miles in EV mode and total up to 620 miles before recharging the battery or fill the tank. Charging time of the battery is estimated at 7 hours on a standard 120-volt outlet, or 2.5 hours on a 240 volt plug.
2014 Ford Fusion Price
The base 2014 Ford Fusion S has suggested retail price (MSRP) starting just under $ 23,000. At the other end of the spectrum, the Titanium model with AWD can be loaded reach over $ 40,000. The regular hybrid models from just $ 27,000, while the Energi plug-in hybrid starts just under $ 40,000. On his asking price, the merger is in line with the segment leaders Toyota Camry and Honda Accord, Nissan Altima, and Chevy Malibu. The Volkswagen Passat, Hyundai Sonata and Subaru Legacy AWD undermine starting price of the merger. Make sure to visit the exhibition of the purchase price before buying to see what others in your area who pay for 2014 merger. Looking to the future, we can predict, be the resale value of the Merger Regulation, near the top of this class, in the vicinity of the Toyota Camry and Honda Accord.