USED21,924 mi.

2020 FordFusion SE For Sale

in Hyattsville, MD
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Key features of this 2020 Ford Fusion SE in Hyattsville, MD
Rear View Camera
Blind Spot Monitor
23 City / 34 Hwy
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Drive Train
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4 Cyl
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Consumer Ratings and Reviews of the 
Ford Fusion 



Overall Consumer Rating


4.6 out of 5


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4.4 out of 5

Based on 424 consumer ratings for the 2013 - current models as of 04/25/2024.

4.0 out of 5 stars

A little disappointing. Bought this car may 2019


After getting 256,000 miles on my focus, I bought this ford fushion. After recall which is a pain and cost me a rental car. 1.5 years later had to put it in for repair. The radiator fluid was going into my engine. At 46,000 miles and got a new engine under warranty, which is great but wondering when it's breaking down again. I need a reliable car and checking around not much cars are Available unless used ones.
5.0 out of 5 stars

2016 Fusion Titanium (2.0L with turbo)


So far so good. Just about to hit 75k miles. 1 x set of tires, 1 x set of brakes (rotors and pads) and 1 x battery bought. Didn't want a 4 cyl with a turbo, but this was the closest replacement to the 2010 Fusion I had with a 3.0 L Duratec V6. That Fusion got me to 225k miles before the transmission started to fail. I only had to buy tires/ brakes and 1 exhaust system for that car. (think Buffalo, NY). It was a real beast. That 2010 Ford Fusion was an SEL with a Duratech V6. I owned three Toyotas prior, a Corolla, a Celica and an Avalon. Corolla - (150k miles) that needed 2x tires, 3x brakes, 2x exhaust systems, 1 battery. (Hit by a snow plow, frame bent, could not pass inspection) Celica - 70k miles - died in a flood, needed brakes and tires x2 Avalon - (180k miles) 3x exhaust systems, 3 x tires, many brakes, 2x catalytic converters (no not stolen) and a battery. Toyota exhaust systems and batteries suck in the North East. The 2016 Ford Fusion (turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder with 240 hp) has required brakes x1, tires x 1 and battery x 1. I have only used premium Valvoline synthetic oil, because of the turbo. Driven with 87 octane fuel, but may upgrade to 89-90 soon. So far so good and am looking to match or exceed the prior 2010 Fusion. Take care of your car. Get the best oil, change it regularly and upgrade fuel as it gets older. A Ford Fusion looks good, has the bells and whistles and can last if taken care of. Buying a used Fusion mostly iffy because of lazy prior owners. My experience is that the Fusion is a well built car if taken care of.
5.0 out of 5 stars

Saved my life!


I had a 2013 Ford Fusion and was in a pretty bad car accident - the other driver overcorrected and came into my lane sideways. I hit him head-on. The front of my Fusion was demolished...but my daughter and I escaped with minor injuries due to the structure of the car and the placement of the airbags. Several first responders commented that the car saved our lives. I am currently driving a 2015 Fusion and loved it. My grandson also drives a Fusion and loves his.
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