Archive for the ‘Ford Fusion’ Category

What technology comes standard on the Ford Fusion?

Thursday, May 7th, 2020
2020 Ford Focus Titanium parked in front of building

2020 Ford Fusion Safety and Entertainment Technology

For 2020, the Ford Fusion is on of the brand’s two cars, joining the Ford Mustang in the lineup. Offering a host of entertainment and advanced driver-assistance features, the 2020 Ford Fusion provides value, capable performance and a safe drive. Let’s dive into the safety and entertainment technology on the 2020 Ford Fusion below!


Which Models have Ford Co-Pilot360™?

Tuesday, December 24th, 2019
2020 Ford Explorer driving down snowy road from exterior front drivers side

Ford Co-Pilot360™ Features on 2020 Ford Models

We see advanced driver assistance and safety features popping up on nearly all 2020 models. Ford Co-Pilot360™ is the advanced technology suite created by Ford. In our last post, we established what technology is included in Ford Co-Pilot360™, so now we can move on to which 2020 models have the advanced driver-assistance and safety suite. There are 12 2020 Ford models that have Ford Co-Pilot360™ technology as either standard or available technology. Let’s go through the specific advanced features on the Ford EcoSport, Escape, Expedition, F-150, Fusion, Explorer and Edge below.


What voice commands are available on the 2018 Ford Fusion?

Wednesday, November 15th, 2017
ford fusion interior, monitor

Many new and modern vehicles feature voice activation technology. On Ford models specifically, the SYNC® system gives drivers a wide array of options and voice commands. These commands and features make the driving experience safer by reducing the temptation of using phones or futzing around with knobs and buttons in the car. Simply turn on the voice command system and talk to the car. Keep reading to learn more about what you can do with this technology in the new Ford Fusion.  (more…)

Watch the Fusion drive itself in complete darkness

Monday, April 11th, 2016
self-driving Ford Fusion at night

Self-driving Ford Fusion at night

Autonomous cars are no longer limited to the imaginations of science fiction writers or blockbuster movie directors. This technology is the way of the future. Ford continues to push the envelope when it comes to self-driving cars. Recently, the automaker began testing out the self-driving Ford Fusion in wintry conditions, and now the innovators at Ford are testing out the self-driving Ford Fusion at night. Keep reading for more details and a demonstration video! (more…)

Stop-and-go technology featured in the new Fusion

Tuesday, April 5th, 2016
2017 Ford Fusion Platinum

2017 Ford Fusion adaptive cruise control system

You probably know the feeling. Maybe you are driving home after a long day at work and just want to kick back in your recliner and unwind. Or perhaps you are taking the family on a cross-country trip. Either way, you probably dread looking at the road ahead and seeing nothing but stopped cars, stretching out for miles and miles. Occasionally it is because of a mishap, but quite often it is simply due to the vast amount of people who are taking the same route as you. This can make for a frustrating situation, especially if you had the cruise control all set up and were cruising down the highway belting out your favorite tunes. Ford has developed a way to ease some of that frustration with the 2017 Ford Fusion adaptive cruise control system. (more…)

Ford Fusion is more exciting than ever for 2017

Monday, January 25th, 2016
New Ford Fusion trim levels

New Ford Fusion trim levels

The Ford Fusion is one of the most impressive midsize sedans on the market today. It has comfort, reliability, and style. It gets you places and looks good in the process. But Ford is never one to sit back and watch its vehicles ride off into the sunset. The innovators, engineers, and everyone else responsible for such high standards at Ford get right back to work to see how they can improve upon these already-stellar cars. Such is the case with the new Ford Fusion trim levels. Let’s take a look at what the 2017 model year has in store. (more…)