2010 Ford Fusion Sport AWD

Andrew Trahan

Although the Fusion Sport gets a bigger engine and a tweaked suspension, the driving experience is far from sporty, as Joe stated. The appearance upgrades included in the Sport edition look pretty good, but those that are under the skin don't do much to make the Fusion a sport sedan.

The blue seat inserts and metallic trim pieces on the dash are not my cup of tea. Black accents are also an option and that's the one that I'd choose if I were outfitting a Fusion Sport. The Sony-designed user interface is the best feature in this vehicle and one of the best I've come across. It looks great, is really easy to use, and allows the user to view the nav map, radio tuner, and HVAC options simultaneously. It manages to neatly display all the most often used features from each of those systems on the main screen without appearing overcrowded.

Jennifer Misaros, Production Editor

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