Article: 2013 Ford Fusion Buying Advice
The 2013 Ford Fusion is the best car for you if you want the all-new, Euro-rooted version of a popular midsize sedan — and think a lively turbocharged four-cylinder engine is a worthy substitute for a V-6.
The 2013 Ford Fusion is in line for a full redesign with a new body and added technology. It’ll remain a midsize sedan but will shelve its U.S.-based engineering for Ford’s slightly smaller global midsize platform already in use overseas for the critically praised Ford Mondeo. The highlight under the 2013 Fusion’s hood will be a four-cylinder version of Ford’s turbocharged EcoBoost engine that’ll promise four-cylinder fuel economy with acceleration rivaling that of V-6 – which will no longer be offered. State-of-the-art infotainment connectivity and the likely return of a gas-electric hybrid model will be part of the 2013 Fusion story.
Should you wait for the 2013 Ford Fusion or buy a 2012 Ford Fusion? Wait for the 2013 Fusion if you admire the way Ford has recently Americanized other global platforms to create its fine-driving Fiesta subcompact and Focus subcompact models. You’ll also soften the hit on depreciation by not buying a 2012 model that’s at the end of its product cycle. Buy a 2012 Fusion if you like the outgoing sedan’s squared-off styling, are a V-6 fan, and can avail yourself of a great inventory-clearing deal as the 2012 model-year wanes.
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