2017 Ford Fusion Sport Loaded with 325 HP for $34,350

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Pricing for the 2017 Ford Fusion Sport has been released, pegging the car at $34,350. 

For that money you get a 2.7-liter turbocharged EcoBoost V6 under the hood that sends 325 horsepower and 350 lb-ft of torque to all four wheels. Those who can afford to put 93 octane gas in the Fusion Sport will be rewarded with 380 lb-ft of torque. That makes this car the most powerful in its segment, out powering the Honda Accord V6 and Toyota Camry V6 by a wide margin.

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Once you check all of the option boxes on the Fusion Sport, which include things like adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring, heated seats and plenty more, the Fusion Sport will sell for around $42,385 according to Ford’s online configurator. Standard features on the Sport include 19-inch wheels, leather seats and fog lights.

Pricing for the base 2017 Fusion starts at $22,995, while the updated Fusion Hybrid starts at $26,060. The 2017 Fusion Energi will sell for $31,995.

Underneath the Fusion Sport, continuously controlled damping, which rapidly adjusts the shock absorbers while driving, is included to make sure this car can perform when pushed through corners.

The 2017 Fusion Sport will hit Ford dealers by the end of this summer.

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  • Gbk132

    Where’s the manual transmission? I’ll pass.

  • Bug S Bunny

    Unfortunately, the market for manuals in mid-size cars has shrunken to virtually nothing.

  • nauticalone

    Looks to be a great choice! Now upgrade antanae to shark fin please.

  • Independent Vyu

    The base price for the 2017 Fusion Sport (w/standard equipment group 400A) is $33,475 + $875 shipping retailing the base sticker at $34,350. The base car comes with the 2.7L Ecoboost engine, 6-speed automatic transmission with steering wheel paddle shifters, AWD, 19-inch premium painted tarnished dark wheels, rear decklid spoiler, intelligent access w/remote start, heated leather sport seats, SYNC, AM/FM/CD/MP3 Capability stereo w/9 speakers, and Sirius XM w/6-months subscription.
    My build/price inquiry included factory RCL incentive of $500 reducing the mid-sized sedan hot rod sticker to $33,850. there is a 36-months lease available for $293/month w/$3,435 down and 10,500 miles/year.
    This car should scoot quickly while weighing in around 3,750 lbs with the 325HP and .350/380 lb-ft of torque to all four wheels. Track test numbers should be interesting seeing how this engine propels the F150 very briskly with the truck tranny and 3.31 rear end gear ratio.
    Please remember, that not every vehicle is for everyone.

  • Cody Beisel

    To bad there’s so many people having problems with the ecoboost engines ford is putting out!

  • ClayManBob

    Partly because automatic transmissions shift faster and better than ANY human can. And gas mileage is actually as good or better. Formula 1 cars don’t have manuals anymore for just than reason. Even the best in the world professionals can’t do it better. I enjoyed my manual 1975 Fiat 124 Spider immensely, but when I get the new one, give me paddle shifters! Two hands on the wheel where they should be! Manuals are overrated and there is just no reason to have it these days (unless it just makes you feel like a man and you like replacing the clutch every so often).