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Fusing With My Fusion





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My life has been much the better since purchasing my 2011 Ford Fusion. It is my only hope that the marketplace will notice this vehicle. Already much of my family has considered purchasing a 2011 Ford Fusion and it would not surprise me in the least if some of them decided to pitch in some money towards a down payment.

My 2011 Ford Fusion is the newest toy in a long line of cars that I have collected. You may ask, "Why the Ford Fusion?" The answer is simple: this car is the most comfortable thing I have ever ridden in. This includes such vehicles as an Amtrak train, old canoe, Toyota Tundra, Volvo station wagon, Coast Guard vessel, tea cup rides at Disneyland, computer desk chair, motorcycle with a broken seat spring, the swinging ship ride at the local carnival during Spring, my uncle's red tractor that sits idle most of the year, and the Spruce Goose co-pilot chair that I once sat in. Air has never felt so conditioned as in the 2011 Ford Fusion. My friends and I will sometimes take my Fusion out for a spin with some lady friends and the uncontested answer every time is that Fusions rock! We always have a good time cruising up and down the main drag in this 2011 Ford Fusion because we love to admire how shiny the exterior can be under such mellow lighting. The Ford automakers really knew !

what they were doing when they designed this car. Not only does it have black, plastic cup holders, it also has adjustable features on the seats, cup holders, and seat belts. I once rode in an old Bronco with a man who I will only describe as questionable. The seat belts in this Bronco were not adjustable. One can only imagine the disappointment I endured during that seventeen hour ride down the South Dakota badlands.

In all seriousness, this is a really well made car that was designed with care. I have heard that there is a hybrid version of this popular sedan and am almost hoping that I can somehow work my magic and get that model. The official miles per gallon for the hybrid stand at thirty six for city driving and forty one for highway. A full tank of gas will generally deliver seven hundred miles. I have approached four hundred miles easily with my regular version of the Fusion. The price for a good Ford Fusion hybrid will run a person a little under thirty thousand dollars. I think that the value of the car is well worth forty thousand. With inflation, the price will continue to rise but one should not even think twice about paying upwards of fifty thousand for the future models of Ford's Fusion. My 2011 Ford Fusion is state of the art in all facets and I am glad that I purchased the luxury options. The air conditioning has definitely come in handy when I have driven down to Arizonafor business. Sometimes the temperatures in Arizona will rise so high that a person's seat belt will actually melt to their skin if not check before wear launch x431 v+. I am sure that the fabric that comprises my Ford's seat belts will not melt in the hot sun. Their design team seems to have covered every nook and cranny with quality material. Sometimes I wonder if I should trade in my Corvette for the hybrid model of the 2011 Ford Fusion launch crp123. The Corvette is a collector but I think that Ford has built a real champion with the 2011 Ford Fusion.

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