The 2007 ford fusion se is an affordable front-wheel drive sedan that offers sporty handling, comfort, and a roomy interior. It competes with the Honda Accord and Toyota Camry in the midsize sedan market, but has a few weaknesses that make it a difficult car to recommend.
The front of the 2007 Ford Fusion is attractive and distinctive, with big headlamps and a bold chrome grille. It also looks good with 16-inch wheels and a sporty, lowered stance. The rear is also quite appealing, with large triangular taillight clusters atop chrome trim and a high trunk line.
Inside, the 2008 Ford Fusion is spacious and comfortable. The seats are soft but supportive, and the tilt/telescopic steering wheel makes it easy to find the right driving position.
In our test vehicle, the V6 engine produced 221 horsepower and was connected to a six-speed automatic transmission. Fuel economy was also quite reasonable, with 23 miles per gallon in city and 30 on the highway.
2007 ford fusion se review
The 2007 Ford Fusion has improved for the 2007 model year, and it remains an excellent choice for families seeking a spacious, sporty, and efficient four-door. It now comes standard with four-wheel disc brakes and traction control, and is available with all-wheel drive.
Our test vehicle was a 2007 Ford Fusion SE that was equipped with a 221-hp 3.0-liter V6 engine, a six-speed automatic transmission and 16-inch alloy wheels. Other standard features included air conditioning, power windows, power locks, cruise control, a six-speaker AM/FM/CD/MP3/satellite radio and heated mirrors.