A choice lineup of gas-powered engines will deliver even more horsepower and better fuel economy in the 2010 Ford Fusion and Mercury Milan mid-size sedans, which already stand out for their strong reliability and driving dynamics.
For 2009, the 2010 model year Fusion and
Fusion models equipped with the 2.5-liter I-4 engine are expected to deliver at least 3 mpg better on the highway than the Honda Accord and 2 mpg better than the Toyota Camry.
All are paired with six-speed transmissions for up to a 10 percent fuel economy improvement and a host of other industry-first technologies aimed at improving performance while gaining fuel economy.
“Customers want it all – exhilarating performance, continuing fuel economy improvements and low emissions – all for a price that offers great value,” said Barb Samardzich, vice president, Powertrain Product Development. “Ford intends to deliver on every expectation as we migrate advanced technologies from shelf to showroom.”
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