- Ford Fusion (Europe)
- Ford Fusion (Americas) / Ford Fusion Hybrid
- 2.5 L Duratec 25 I4 175 hp (130 kW), 172 lb·ft (233 N·m). torque; 23 mpg city/33 mpg highway/26 mpg combined (automatic); 22/30/25 (selectshift, SE/SEL trims); 22/32/25 (manual, S trim); 22/29/24 (manual, SE trim)
- 3.0 L Duratec 30 V6 240 hp (179 kW), 223 lb·ft (302 N·m). torque; 20/28/23 FWD; 18/26/20 AWD, gasoline/E85 flex fuel
- 3.5 L Duratec 35 V6 263 hp (196 kW), 249 lb·ft (338 N·m). torque (Fusion Sport); 18/27/21 FWD; 17/24/19 AWD
2.5 L Duratec 25 I4 156 hp (116 kW), 136 lb·ft (184 N·m). torque for hybrids; 41/36/39
2011 Ford Fusion SEL
The Ford Fusion (code name CD338) is a mid-size car produced by the Ford Motor Company since the 2006 model year. The 2010 model was awarded the Motor Trend Car of the Year and its hybrid version won the 2010 North American Car of the Year Award. 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 Lincoln MKZ are also built. All three cars utilize the CD3 platform, which is, in fact, Mazda's current GG chassis as used for the Mazda6 (M/Y 2003–2008). Ford has used every evolution of the Mazda G platform since 1983.
The European Ford Fusion is a stretched version of the Ford Fiesta supermini produced by Ford of Europe since 2002 and sold in Europe and India. The design includes elements of both estates and multi-purpose vehicles. Its extra height compared with the Fiesta is due to both roof racks, increased ground clearance and taller roof, which makes it roomier and more comfortable for taller drivers than regular superminis, drawing it closer to mini MPVs and mini SUVs.