Ford Fusion

Ford Fusion may refer to:

  • Ford Fusion (Americas), mid-size car produced since the 2006 model year
  • Ford Fusion (Europe), mini SUV produced from 2002 to 2011 sold in Europe
  • Ford Fusion Energi, plug-in hybrid version
  • Ford Fusion Hybrid, gasoline-electric hybrid powered version

Other articles related to "ford fusion, ford, fusion, fusions":

Scott Stenzel - Stock Car Racing Career
... On January 22, 2010, Scott entered his number 42 Ford Fusion into the Lucas Oil 200 at Daytona with Jeff Spraker agreeing to sit atop the war wagon as crew chief ... Jeff Spraker, and his skilled crew, have taken me and this Wood Brothers Ford Fusion on at the last minute ... Enterprises) agreed to field the number 42 Ford Fusion for Scott Stenzel ...
Mazda Demio - 2nd Generation (DY, 2002–2007)
1,680 mm (66.1 in) Height 1,530 mm (60.2 in) Curb weight 1,080 kg (2,381 lb) Related Ford Fiesta Ford Fusion The Demio was redesigned in 2002 on the DY platform ... The badge-engineered Ford version, the Ford Fusion, is no longer made, as Ford began importing the Ford Fiesta on the Global Ford B3 platform which is based on Mazda's DY platform ... The car is produced for Europe at a Ford plant in Valencia, Spain ...
Ford Fusion (Americas)
... The Ford Fusion, code named CD338 for the first generation (2006–12), is a mid-size car produced by the Ford Motor Company since the 2006 model year ... The Fusion is manufactured at Ford's Hermosillo Stamping Assembly plant in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico, where the similar and now discontinued Mercury Milan and the ... Production on the first Fusions began on August 1, 2005 ...
Presidential State Car (Brazil) - Day-to-day Transport
... transport for the president of Brazil is an armored 2011 Ford Fusion Hybrid built on a Ford CD3 platform ... This vehicle replaced the 2008 Ford Fusion used previously ... The Ford Fusion is also used in the presidential motorcade ...

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