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  1. Join Date
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    #1
    New from Ford...

    Ford Fusion...




    Engine Type Duratec 16V I4
    Engine Electronics EEC-V
    Displacement 2.3L (139 cu. in.)
    Horsepower (SAE net * rpm) 160 * 6250
    Torque (lb.-ft. * rpm) 156 * 4250
    Compression Ratio 9.7:1
    Bore and Stroke (in.) 3.44 x 3.27
    Main Bearings 5
    Valve Lifters Direct Acting Mechanical Bucket
    Fuel Delivery Sequential Multi-port Electronic Fuel Injection
    Recommended Fuel Unleaded Regular
    Exhaust Single, Stainless Steel with Catalytic System
    Fuel Economy EPA Est MPG: 23 City/31 Highway w/5-speed manual
    Transmission Type 5-Speed Manual Overdrive Transaxle, 5-Speed Electronically Controlled Automatic OD Transaxle, optional

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    Engine Type Duratec 24V V6
    Engine Electronics EEC-V
    Displacement 3.0L (182 cu. in.)
    Horsepower (SAE net * rpm) 221 * 6250
    Torque (lb.-ft. * rpm) 205 * 4800
    Compression Ratio 10.0:1
    Bore and Stroke (in.) 3.44 x 3.27
    Main Bearings 5
    Valve Lifters RFF Hydraulic with rollers
    Fuel Delivery Sequential Multi-port Electronic Fuel Injection
    Recommended Fuel Unleaded Regular
    Exhaust Dual, Stainless Steel with Catalytic System
    Fuel Economy EPA Est MPG: 21 City/29 Highway
    Transmission Type 6-Speed Electronically Controlled Automatic OD Transaxle

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    from $17,795 to $22,360

  4. Join Date
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    #4
    this is a one of ford's luxury sedan right? it looks good naman, modern sleek. ganda ng interiors classy cool.

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    #5
    darating ba yan dto?

  6. Join Date
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    #6
    We wish. The Ford Fusion is based on the Mazda6 platform, so it shares some of the same sharp handling characteristics and chassis stiffness. The Fusion, however, is bigger in every dimension, providing more elbow and leg room, without sacrificing performance or fuel economy. Car and Driver has tested the V6 Fusion at 7.2 (?) seconds to 60 mph (likely 7.5 to 100 kph) with an automatic, so it's suitably sporting.

    As for possibility of production, this car would likely do well in the Chinese market and in the ASEAN, given that it suits the conservative market segment which usually patronises the Cefiro and Camry. And since it shares a lot of mechanicals with the Mazda6/Tribute/Escape family, tooling up for production should be relatively easy for Ford.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    #7
    looks nice! :D

Ford Fusion...