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Ford Fusion Plug-in Hybrid

Hybrid cars are enjoying as much popularity as ever, and the Ford Fusion plug-in hybrid will have a lot of potential buyers taking a second look. The Fusion PHEV gives customers the choice of various powertrains that are all energy-efficient.

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This includes the plug-in hybrid model as well as the EcoBoost hybrid. You may opt for a standard or automatic transmission, and the Fusion offers all three types of cars, from gas to hybrid to plug-in hybrid. Each of these models offers top fuel economy.

The new Fusion has more going for it than simple options in available powertrains. It also has some technological marvels of sorts, including Adaptive Cruise Control, a Lane Keeping System, MyFord Touch and Active Park Assist. You'll come to depend on special features like these, once you drive a car that has them.

The electric-only fuel economy on the plug-in Fusion hybrid will be better than the Chevy Volt. The Volt only rates 93 mpg equivalent and the Fusion is 100 mpg equivalent. The conventional Fusion will also offer excellent fuel economy, with a 1.6 liter turbo-charged EcoBoost 4-cylinder engine that may achieve 37 highway mpg. The hybrid has a lithium-ion compact battery pack that should give you 47 mpg in the city and 44 on the highway.

The new design of the Ford Fusion hybrid has a split-grille fascia and elegant lines, giving it a classy look. The new Fusion has a larger interior than the current model, and it utilizes themes found on the current models of the Edge CUV and the Focus.

If you go with the Fusion 2.0 liter engine, you can get all-wheel drive, and there will be other features available that are not usually seen in this class of vehicle. The Fusion can alert you when a vehicle is in your blind spot, in addition to steering into parking spaces itself.

The Ford Fusion hybrid gives you a lot in the way of driver convenience. It uses radar and cameras that allow your car to see problems and respond to them. The Lane Keeping System will allow you to remain in the proper lane, and in the proper position in your lane, when you drive. If you get too close to the lane dividers, the Fusion steering wheel will vibrate, to let you know. This system can even use pressure in your steering that will bring your car back to its proper position in a lane.

Adaptive Cruise Control will look ahead on the road when you activate it, and slow your vehicle when there is slower traffic detected ahead of you. This also enables a collision warning and brake support, to slow the car if a crash is imminent.

The Active Park Assist uses sensors to identify an appropriate sized parking space for parallel parking. It can calculate the necessary trajectory and steer your car so that it is properly positioned in the spot. All you have to operate are the brake and the accelerator.

All of these technological advances will only make you enjoy your Fusion more, since you'll also be getting excellent fuel economy and a comfortable ride.