The 2019 Ford Fusion – A Top Selling Sedan for 2018

2019 Ford Fusion | Ford Dealer | Burns Harbor, INThe Ford Fusion is a solid entry into the midsize class. It’s a family sedan with more space than you’d expect from its size, both in the cabin and in the trunk. It also handles well, making it easy to control for new drivers and old hands alike, and the technology features are simple to use and very convenient. It’s plain to see why the Fusion was a top-selling model in 2018 and will continue to do the same in 2019.

Plenty of Room

Midsize sedans, like the 2019 Fusion, have more space to spare than a compact but less space than a full-size model, such as the Taurus. However, the Fusion has additional room than you’d expect from the class, including 38.3 inches of back row legroom, 102.8 cubic feet of passenger space, and a trunk with up to 16 cubic feet to spare. The trunk size goes down on the hybrids and plug-in hybrid models thanks to the large batteries they use, but that still leaves you with a decent capacity for suitcases or groceries.

Six Engine Choices

Between the regular engines and hybrid options, the 2019 Fusion has plenty of ways to get you moving. The starting engine gives you 175 horsepower with normal aspiration, and the other three engines are EcoBoost models that use turbochargers to generate 181, 245, and 325 horsepower with just four or six cylinders. Then there are the hybrid trims and Energi trim, which use 2.0-liter engines and electric motors to get 188 net horsepower. They also get over 40 mpg whether you’re driving in the city or on the highway.

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Why You Should Consider the 2018 Ford F-150 as Your Next Work Truck

2018 red Ford f-150 | Ford Dealer | Burns Harbor, INFor decades Ford has been producing one of the best trucks on the market — the F-150. So when you find yourself looking around for your next work truck, why look any further than Ford’s 2018 F-150? Here are a few reasons you should buy the 2018 Ford F-150.

Trim Levels

With seven trims to choose from, in addition to SuperCrew and SuperCab options, there will definitely be an F-150 for the job at hand. They all have fully boxed frames, front coil suspensions, rear two-stage, variable rate leaf suspensions, electronic rear-locking differential systems, and power rack-and-pinion steering.

The entry-level F-150 XL is ideal for fleet-level work. Available four-wheel drive gives you the flexibility of going places other trucks dare not. If you need to transport passengers to one of those places, the SuperCrew is the one for you. If it’s gear or equipment you are hauling, SuperCab gets the nod. So when you need several trucks to handle the work, get behind the XL and get the job done.

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