2017 Ford Fusion For Sale in Jacksonville, FL

 

The 2017 Ford Fusion, for sale in Jacksonville, FL, is a game changer in the midsize sedan market, with two hybrid models, a new all-wheel drive Fusion V6, and three EcoBoost engines. New for 2017, the Fusion adds Auto Start-Stop Technology as standard with the 1.5-liter EcoBoost engine that can help reduce fuel consumption and fuel emissions while driving in the city. For even more efficiency, the Fusion Energi is offered with a 2.0-liter iVCT engine that is paired with a high-voltage electric motor to offer up to 104 EPA-estimated MPGe in the city, and 91 on the highway.*

Three EcoBoost engines are offered on the 2017 Ford Fusion to suit your needs, including a 1.5-liter available on the Fusion SE, a 2.0-liter standard on the Titanium and Platinum trims (available on SE), and a powerful 2.7-liter available on the in the Fusion Sport. Safety is paramount, and the new Fusion offers a ton of technology to keep you safe, like lane-keeping assist, available Blind Sport Information System with cross-traffic alert, and available Pre-Collision Assist with Pedestrian Detection, which can warn of a potential frontal collision with a vehicle or pedestrian and pre-charges the brakes if a collision is imminent.


AutoNation Ford Lincoln Orange Park features an extensive inventory of 2017 Ford Fusion models for sale in Jacksonville. For more information, give us a call at (904) 270-9943 or stop by AutoNation Ford Lincoln Orange Park at 7700 Blanding Blvd, Jacksonville, FL. Our knowledgeable staff will be eager to help answer any questions and find you the perfect 2017 Ford Fusion for sale in Jacksonville today!


* EPA-estimated mpg. Actual mileage may vary.



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