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Ford Fusion

  • tickSpacious interior
  • tickHandles well
  • tickRelatively cheap to buy

Ford Fusion Hatchback (2005 - 2011)

The Ford Fusion is an ageing Fiesta offshoot that is starting to look very dated but it’s still spacious, surprisingly good to drive and reasonably cheap to buy. But it’s not too refined.
Our verdict

Is the Ford Fusion a good car?

How we rated this car out of 5 on the following

Ford Fusion interior

Space, materials, boot size and comfort.

Ford Fusion performance

Power, handling, fuel and range.

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Ford Fusion drive

Ford Fusion reliability

Ford Fusion equipment

Our expert review

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The Fusion’s dash looks almost as dated as its exterior, but not quite, thanks to a facelift in 2005. Simply laid out and with everything being within easy reach, the Fusion’s fascia works well but the design isn’t very inspiring, although it is clear. Getting comfortable is easy enough as the seats are well-shaped and supportive, while the elevated seating position gives good visibility of the road ahead. But the steering wheel adjusts for height only, so if you’re especially short or tall you might not get comfortable quite so easily.

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