2016 Ford Fusion Titanium 

The Ford Fusion is one of America's favorite midsize sedans! Since its debut almost a decade ago, it's been one of the top sellers from Arlington Heights Ford and the Arlington Heights and Schaumburg area. Whether you're buying one of the first Ford Fusion vehicles or a newer model, you'll love the performance you get from the Fusion.




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2008 Ford FusionThe Ford Fusion debuted in 2006, as a landmark car for the Ford Company that helped refresh the idea of the American-made car. This midsize sedan revitalized a market that hadn't seen new blood since the Taurus of the 1980s. The Fusion quickly became a favorite, due to its spacious cabin, solid build quality, attractive exterior, and responsive performance and driving dynamics. It was designed to work as a family car, but also provided a sporty driving experience with a comfortable ride and composed handling. The engine was another big hit, with a good blend of fuel efficiency and easy power.



Previous Generations

2010 Ford FusionThe 2006 to 2010 Ford Fusion was the car's debut, a sleek and stylish sedan with large headlights and a bold grille. It was based on a larger version of the popular Mazda 6 platform, with a four-wheel independent suspension and a larger inside with upscale treatments and soft-touch materials and leather options. To cater to the family market, the Fusion was strengthened with B-pillars and to meet new rollover crush standards.

The Fusion got a refresh in 2010, which included a domed hood and new headlights, as well as a new power system for better fuel efficiency and performance. It also got more contemporary and high-quality materials inside, with ice blue lighting and restyled upholstery. The new generation of Fusion got some new technology updates, like rain-sensing wipers and HD radio--it also got the Ford MyKey system, which is a parental control system allowing a parent to limit the car's speed, audio volume, and set up a seatbelt alarm. It also got a set of new Duratec engines, along with a hybrid engine that provided the best fuel efficiency yet if not the best power.


Current Changes

The current generation of Ford Fusion received a full redesign just a few years ago. The body was retooled to be slightly longer and wider, with more curvaceous sheet metal and a bolder grille for a sporty and upscale look that blows the old Fusion out of the water. The new world-car platform means a more rigid chassis structure for better driving dynamics and improved safety. The interior is also larger, with even more room for passengers.


Current Features

2016 Ford Fusion InteriorThe base SE level of the current Fusion comes with automatic headlights and full power accessories, as well as cruise control and a height-adjustable power seat with a 60/40 split-folding rear bench. You'll get safety features like a rearview camera, as well as plenty of electronic features like Bluetooth connectivity with a four-speaker sound system, Ford Sync system, and smartphone app integration. You can also choose the Appearance package, which adds 18-inch alloy wheels along with a rear spoiler and foglights.

The Fusion SE adds exterior keypad entry and a rear center fold-down armrest for your convenience, as well as power driver and passenger seats and a six-speaker sound system with Sirius XM radio. You can also choose the Appearance package, which adds special cloth upholstery and a leatherbound steering wheel on top of the original goodies, or a Luxury package with leather upholstery, heated front seats, and driver memory settings. You can also get the MyFord Touch Tech package, which adds dual-zone automatic climate control, rear parking sensors, and the MyFord Touch electronics interface with an 8-inch touchscreen and an upgraded Ford Sync.

The Fusion Titanium adds a sport-tuned suspension to go with its upgraded engine, as well as remote features like keyless ignition and entry and a remote start function. You'll also get front sport seats with upgraded power seats, as well as a premium 12-speaker Sony audio system.


Current Performance

2016 Ford FusionThe base engine for the Ford Fusion is a 2.5L 4-cylinder engine, which produces 175 hp and 175 lb-ft of torque. It comes with a six-speed automatic transmission and gets 34 mpg highway, and comes standard on the S and SE trim levels. If you want more power on the SE, you can also choose the turbocharged 1.5L 4-cylinder engine, which produces 181 hp and 185 lb-ft of torque with a six-speed automatic transmission and gets 37 mpg highway. Finally, the standard engine on the Titanium trim level is a turbocharged 2.0L 4-cylinder engine that produces 240 hp and 270 lb-ft of torque. This engine comes with paddle shifters on the six-speed automatic, and gets 33 mpg highway. You can choose between all-wheel drive and front-wheel drive for any vehicle with the 2.0L engine.


Get the Fusion

Ready to get the Fusion? Check out our used inventory today at Arlington Heights Ford! You can call us at (888)781-4258 or drop by at 801 W. Dundee Rd. in Arlington Heights.