Ford has answered our prayers for a performance model with the Fusion Sport, a 325-horsepower, all-wheel-drive sports sedan. Ford unveiled the 2017 Fusion Sport at the Detroit Auto Show. The look is distinguished by an aggressive exterior with deeper air intakes and a gloss black-finish mesh grille, 19-inch wheels, rear spoiler and dual twin exhaust outlets.
Power comes from the 2.7-liter twin-turbo EcoBoost V6 and it will produce 325-horsepower and 350 lb-ft of torque, numbers which the carmaker is quick to point out are greater than the Honda Accord, Toyota Camry, and BMW 340i.
The Ford Fusion Sport will also come with an adaptive damping system that can detect potholes and automatically adjust the shocks to minimize impact. Adaptive dampers usually contribute to good handling, so the Fusion Sport could very well be a back road companion.
The Fusion starts at $22,995. The Sport begins at $34,350, and the Platinum starts at $37,495. The 2017 Ford Fusion hits dealers this summer, with the V6 Sport arriving shortly thereafter.
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