The Fusion generation released in 2012 is no longer new. The age of the car is starting to show, and this is especially true of the cab, where the car is much worse than the competition. For that reason, despite the fact that Ford has not said much about these rumors, Ford seems to be launching a new model with the upcoming 2019 Ford Fusion. It looks as if the car will be sold in Europe as Mondeo. This time around, the new Fusion is expected to use a new platform, new engines and a brand new design.
Ford also offers an Assist package that adds adaptive cruise control with stop-and-start option. This package is standard on all hybrid models, sports and titanium surfaces. However, if you buy the S, SE, or SEL model, you can still add the Assist package, which is listed in the list of options for these crops. With all these features, the 2019 Ford Fusion is expected to retain the current IIHS Top Safety Pick rating. However, it would not be surprising if the new model performs better on some tests.
The biggest novelty of the 2019 Ford Fusion is that the Co-Pilot360 Protect suite is standard throughout. This suite includes a range of driving assistance technologies such as pedestrian-controlled automatic emergency braking, automatic high beam, blind spot information with cross traffic alert, a rear reversing camera and a lane keeping system.
There are many different powertrains 2019 Ford Fusion available for the current car and this should not change in the future. It looks like the new merger will get at least as much as before. The base model of the future merger can disinfect the outdated 2.5-liter in-line 4 engine of the engine. Instead, Ford is expected to offer a smaller 1.5-liter turbo-three-gas engine, which was recently launched. This engine is currently known to produce 190 horsepower. Therefore, it would be a perfect replacement for the older 2.5-liter base engine and the 1.5-liter turbo-4 engine of the medium specification. In some versions, a six-speed manual transmission could be offered as standard, which would depress the price and give Ford the opportunity to offer customers a choice. The range-topping sports version is likely to stick to the current 2.7-liter V6. This is currently good for 325 hp and 380 Nm of torque, which is pretty impressive for a family sedan. Some models come with four-wheel drive, while the old 6-speed automatic transmission is replaced by a new 9-speed gearbox.
Currently, it is unknown when the 2019 Ford Fusion will be in the showrooms. We expect the car to debut at the end of this year with production beginning in late 2018 or early 2019. However, we are waiting for the official information from Blue Oval. The prices are also uncertain, but the new improved merger will be slightly more expensive than the continuous model. Current merger costs range from $ 23,090 to $ 39,286, including target costs. Once it goes on sale, the new merger will tackle the Chevrolet Malibu, Toyota Camry and Honda Accord.