Feels and drives like a more expensive car
My Fusion is a well-equipped Titanium that I bough used with less than 4200 miles on it. It was apparently someone's company car that was seldom driven. When I first drove it, I was impressed with the smooth, quiet ride and, for a midsize sedan, the great handling. The 2.0 L EcoBoost 4 is a mixed bag... plenty of power for most situations, cruises effortlessly at highway speeds, and has good low-to-mid-end torque; but it's a little on the thirsty side. Fortunately, it runs fine on regular-grade gas. Handling, ride, sound levels, and interior comfort levels make the car feel like something more expensive. So far, except for occasional minor glitches, all the fancy electricals still work fine, and there's not a squeak or rattle to be heard. Overall, this one has been a very good experience.