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Car and Driver: 2017 Ford Fusion Platinum First Drive: Quiet Competence

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The current Ford Fusion has proved eminently popular, with more than 300,000 sold in each of the past two years, offering audacious looks (for the segment, mind you), secure handling, and a good amount of technology. Thing is, the fetching four-door hasn’t proved to be terribly premium or overtly sporty, just reasonably good at being a mid-size Ford sedan. For 2017, Ford attempts to bring both traits to the lineup by adding two more Fusion trim levels: the new 325-hp Fusion Sport and the car reviewed here, the Fusion Platinum. READ MORE ››

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