2013 Ford Fusion: Photo Gallery

2013 Ford Fusion

The midsize-sedan market has always been one of the most competitive segments in the United States, and Ford ratchets up expectations with its 2013 Fusion.

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The Fusion features luxury-like styling, a unique and tech-ladened interior, and the first plug-in midsize hybrid with the redesign.

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Comments 

Nic

Aston Martin anyone?

Almost kind of like the "Jaguar Fusion." Kind of a Ford-badged car that's the offspring of Jaguar and Aston Martin. It fails in the originality design department. Lovely car, but too much in design like an Aston Martin and/or a Jaguar.

Lawrence

The side profile looks like a Jaguar XF, while the front looks like an Aston Martin. Huh.

au82

the same crowd that threw a tantrum about the 2012 civic styling should whine at Ford for this one. Even the first gen Fusion was more memorable looking.

sheth

The shape is very much like the sonata which Im sure Ford is going to hear A LOT. Looks very expensive though, not like a $25k car. Of course the versions we are seeing are probably $33k or more once they are priced later in the year.

Ken L.

As pretty as this car may be up-close, I think those slinty headlights are too small to be placed on a bread and butter car. The height of those lights are no higher than one projector beam. Again, it looks nice on the showroom floor, but it's too small for something out in the open, on the road.

Dane

Look like a Jag XF grill and lights and a Volvo from the roof and door panels, with a Ford trunk. They will sell lots and lots

I wish they hadn't designed the front to look like a Jaguar/Aston Martin thing and then the rear end to look like a giant Fiesta sedan.

Dave

I can't believe people are complaining that it looks like a jaguar/aston-martin.
Two of the most beautiful cars on the planet.

Now if they made it look like a fiat 500/ nissan juke, then you could complain!

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Mary

Right on Dave!

I can't believe anyone's complaining that this car looks like a Jag or Aston. Seriously!! a gorgeous car under $30k? If it handles even fairly well, I'm in.

Rob

Can I just say thats one Hot ass car Im getting one. Ford has some of the best looking cars on the road ! and It's a american car that makes it even better

big car guy

yes i do agree it is a little like a vw bug and a backhoe but the backhoe from john deer not the other guy and the interior is kinda like my basement or somthing`

jfields

A major improvement, not just for Ford, but for the US car industry. The range of engine options will force GM to improve their power train offerings.

Fords has traditionally modeled their car styles after a shoe box. 2012/2013 models actually have some style, and it's organic, not a bolted on look.

Yes, the front is very much Aston Martin. No complaints. A design worth stealing, especially when your last design theft was from Zappos.

jfields

Reports are a stiffer chassis and improved suspension make the 2013 Fusion a car that corners quite well.

Nissan has upped their game this year, as has Honda, though Honda not quite so much.

The strength, and weakness, of Fusion is that it has less of a mainstream-taste design; more classic European chiseled modern.

It is possibly the best all around car in the category--certainly from an engine choice point of view it is--but its style won't appeal to many Honda/Toyota buyers.

Fusion sales will still jump. I see Chevy taking much of the sales hit, in spite of traditional Ford vs. Chevy buyer rivalry.

Ford may also steal a few Subaru sales given Fusion's green orientation.

Ford could be on the verge or rebranding their entire corporation: green meets stylish, leaning on the higher performance side. The brand litmus test will be sales volume with 32 year old techie/hipsters.

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